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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. CAMBRIDGE v. NORTH CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
METROPOLITAN MATTING TROI'IIPHY. CAMBRIDGE V. NORTH CARLTON. This match resulted in a win for the Camn bridge by 5 wickets and 1 run. Cambridge, Ist innings, 115; 2nd innings, Sfor27; total 142. North Carlton, Istinnings, 99; 2nd innings, 42; total 141. Jackson 52 and 8, Taylor 28 and 1 not out, O'Reilly, 9 and 10 not out, batted best for the winners. Rush 37 and 8, Kidney 33 and 5, Howden 9, batted best for the losers. Madden 13 for 40, Lyons 6 for 54, bowled best for Cambridge. Rush 5 for 3is, Holden :3 for 12, bowled best for North Carlton.
By MYRTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
CRICKET NOTES. -4--- Secretaries inltUy send in their Results not later than Tuesday Ercenings, to secure insertion._ Please place same int Editor's Box. By MYAnTos. The intercolonial match with Tasmania turned out a complete iasco, at any rate so far as cricket andt the attendance at the match was concerned. To charge one shil lingto witness such a sorry exhibition of bat ting as was presented to the spectators on the LCC.grotuldonl Iondtay lastv as simply extortion ; and it is to be hoped wiser coun sels will prevail in the future, and a charge commensurate with the merits of the enter tainment provided be imposed. The match was started on Saturday, and finished at a quarter to four on Monday. Shadesof Percy Macdonnell and Charlie Bannerman, what are we coming to. On a wicket-afterwards improved by rolling and the warmth of an midsummer sun-that the last wicket of the Tasmanians put on 48 runs, it took eleven of our so-called champions-"century" men, some of them-to make 65--five ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
A Dnl?K ITEM.-A few blocks down hill from our Town Hall stands one of thile many public houses, on the portals whereof is band-painted one of those charming landsclape vistas, whlich the proprietors of Whisky have generously distributed far and wide gratis. Possibly the firm hasl strongly developed artistic instincts, and it is lhoped that tile rising generation may profit by the illustrations in question. Tile long avenue drawn in perspective and converg ing into a dim and distant apex is finely executed, and wec have often wondered what lay beyond. An explanation has been vouchsafed us at last. Underneath the local work of art sonice experienced sweeper has labelled thie masterpiece: " This is," says he, "the road to Ruin." InRE.SSiAKIsG.-Ladie! It is ullwise to patronise big establishments whose time is too limited to attend to individual cases, but wties getting new dresses miade up for Xmlas or New Year, give Miss J. L. FIELDINGx, of 493 King-street, a trial, who will trceat yo...
SPORTS DEPOT MATTING TROPHY. PARKHILL v. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
SPORTS DEPOT MATTING TROPHY. PARKeIIL. V. KEW. The above match was commenced at Kew on Saturday last, and when _tumes were drawn the scores stood as follow : Parkhill, first innings-A. Pie, b Little field, 0; A. Madders. run out;"9 ; F. Burke, lot out, 76; J. Kenan, bliKeane, i; W. P'cachey, c Keane, b Littlefield, 14; E. Fox, b Watson, 14; H. Rutley, lbw b Littlefield, 0; E. Rutley, c Keanne, b Pinneger, 22; J. Dick, not out, 3; total for 7 wickets, 178.
NORTH MELB. 2nd v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
NORTH MELD. 2nd v. FOOTSCRAY. The return match between the local se conds and the FEotserny was characterised by, on the one side, as spiritless an exhibition of cricket as is possible for anyone to experi ence in a lifetime, and, on the other side, by a delightful display of that free and vigorous work that lends so much interest to the game. Thie'Scmry nmanagedl,iftettwo hours and 50 minutes batting, to put together 111 runs, of which Nicholson, who held possession of the crease most of that time, was responsible for 33. With 44 minutes till the call of time, Rundle and C. Molyncanx opened on behalf of North in unmistakable fashion. Off the first four overs that Rundle received he scored 37;including 6wo_'s, twor 5sand three4!o, and at the call of time the total was 120 for three wickels--undle 45, C. Molyncaux 42 not out, Ming 15 not out, Doherty 9, and Ryan 5. Doherty 2 for 7, Ryan 1 for 13, Ming 1 for 10, C. Molynhaux 1 for 9, WV. Molyneaux 1 for l5, and MIcClclland 2 for 21, d...
NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 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, 29t1 inst. Mr. S. Barker, J.P., in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A go6d attendance present, including thefollowingladies :-M1esdomes Smythe Stuckey, Robertson, Mahoney, Trestrail, McGill, Allerdye, and Prendergast. counswosurmcntce. From the North Melbourne Town Council, stating that they bad received reply from Chief Secretary, informing them that -he would Gazette the 12th February as a public holidayof the town --Received, with thanks. From Mrs. J. J. Howard, Mordiallor, stating that the Committee could have grounds and water sopplied at £1 10s. The proprietor reserves the right to sell w~rated waters. Also that she would supply luncheon if required.-Accepted. From Mr. T. Crosbie, sereitary Northi Melbourne Branch, A.N.A., granting their patronage, and enclosing a donation of 10s. Gd. from sa...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
TELEGIlMIS. i.Te gruns reuieded atansy Teligraiph Jfhice addreseed to any plae ;idtlin the city, tor?n, '&c., in which such. 6fofce is situated, :hind deifered free within a radius of one mile; withiin a: iradius, of 1i miles, .d. ixtra is charged. Urgent Telegramis clargred double or diniiry rates, and despatclhed in lrefetruo. to others. To or froit any Station in \itoria. 8.30an.m; tJ 8p.m. .:: d.. Nione words :..." ...:: ..,!O0: Extr woruds. cal ch ...i : ... O 1 After 8 p. i. to imiidni'it. Ten words . ... . ... ... o 0 Every additionil word... ... :0 2 M[idnight to 8.1 0i.m. 'en:words- :...: ' ;.: ... n 0 Every .tdditional word .. .:.::0 '3 MIessages forwrded to oflike.'opei on Smuione ii dropped in- thei bo:.-provided for that purpose, atl the Melbourne Office with fcoe enclose]. 8.1O .m. to ,).30 p..: p ." 8. d. Tell words .. : ... ... 2 0 Extra words, eachl: ... . 9.30 p.m. to 8.10 ai.m. Ten words ... ... :.:. 3 0 Extra words, each ... ... O
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. CHE'above society held its ordinary reekly meeting on Monday evg., 27th lan., in St. Mary's schoolroom. The President, Bro. J. J. Brodie, in the chair. The Secretary, J. H. Smith, read tihe nlinutes of previous meeting, which were ronfirmed. He read letter from Port Melbourne Sodality, inviting the society o send representatives to their anneal soire. Also'a letter from the Richmond C.Y.MI.S., inviting representatives to heir Qoarterly Communion Breakfast. On the motion of Bro. M. Dalton, aeconded by Bro. J. H. Smith, the honor of-Life-Honorary Member?as-conferred on Mr. James Bain, for the many valu able services rendered to the society by him, during the past 12 years. - The-Set,-reported -tlhaltis eamusin he enchre and cricket matches were suc essful against Carlton and Foztscray, respectirely, The syllabus for the evening, "Shake perian Night," was proceeded with. J. )'Hare rendered " Brutus on the deathl of Casar; " F. Sou!y, ~ '-r-k Antony- on t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
Established] [8'5' 73 75 ERROL STREET, S7 Opposite Town Hall, 0hT 1 IVl 1bouirxe . A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. _ Agertt for MIadamne WTHeigel's Patterns. ý-ýN CJ3 RCULATE8 ' W U r I[ I CLRCUL\TE \tie :;„.,..xR.=A s t- ·..UE N RTH M E3l^@iBOURN C@OURIEBR ciRCIir s ixx .^r^.. , jass..a .+-.. .i..... .. , an W EST 1_. . .B®® EI 1N E --.,&lt;>R T -_HS.,tR, ."- - Park ille, &o. 'New arke, c. : I: Published Every FRIDAY -M1ORNING. To be had of all News Agents. Price, ONE PENNY; 1/- per Quarter.! I j - : M -1 ... :S C i piease foirwad r aMe .and. add-ess to KAIN & THOMSON, Proprietors, 168 & 170 Queensberry-street, North Melbourne. uo o O O N U v M H·H jig
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
VICTORIIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tanr.isualx-weekly meeting-of -theaboave society was held at the Bull and Month Hotel, Bourke-street, on Friday evening, 24th inst. The President (Mr. R. Ferguson) in the chair. There was a large attendance of members. The hon. Secretary (Mr. J. Murdoch) read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. coann.sroSDEScn. Front Mr. Stanley lRamsey, Tambro rambo, N.S.W., thanking society re trout information.-Received. From R. O'Connor, Werribee, re lative to state of river; also stating that he. had a conversation with Mr. G. T. Chirnside, with reference to netting in the Werribee river. IIe (Mr. Chirn side) said that he would do all that laid in his power to prevent netting.-IRe ceived, with thanks. , From Trade and Customs, in reply to letter re netting in Victoria Dock. Received. PAVILION COMMITTEE. The President reported the Pavilion in good order: al-o that the spouting had been mended. The Pavilion Committ...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 31 January 1896
TRAMWAYS. NORTHII ELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND IIY DAY. GIeIEN LIGiT . TiNOS.T. First Car leaves Flemingtoa Biridge Week Days at 5.45 a,m.; Sundays at 1.40 p.m. First Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 6.7 a.m.; Sundayslzi. 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge-" Week Days. at 11.5 p.m.; Saturdays at 11.35 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.10 p.m. Last Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.65 p.m. Fare from Flinders-street to Fleming ton Dridge 3d. Connection made at Flemington Bridge withl Moonee Ponds Omnnibus Lind. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Quecnsberry-st., to West Melbourne Line, amid rice rerse.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
Established] [1865.' 6, 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, orth IV elbo ur e. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. lidenib fo 1[VMadcanne TlTeigel's Patterns. PRINTITG, .. .ALL +WORK + FIRST-CLASS,*. S"o--est Prii-ees,- - AT AIN & TO10VIISON, 168 & 1"70 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPHONE 1191. NORTH MELBOURNE. S:'The fo!!lowing-ae -sro of- our- usuaLines_- : . 11 : . :ad :s, I and"bi11s, i.., w.ards, Pcters (all sizes & Pcoors), - NO SLO.P WORK. S . ALSO, TO LET- 1OTICES.. ---.. WINDOW CARDS, all kinds in stock, SUCH AS Apartments To Let, Rooms To Let; 1 · ALSO, ,.IP W TNROI LOR--INP OR K TRAS PASS THE DOOR. .O 1191 170 Qeeaberrystreet, North Melbn SO, TEL O 111. 170 Quleealnsb~?-treet, North h[elborure, TELZ?O.WZ 1181.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
::, POSTAL INOTIES.; ' i * Postal Notes, from 'Is. to'20s., may, be obtained at all1 Post Offices' but are, only payable at any Money Oider' Office in the Colony, from 10 a.ni..tb '3 p.m. Saturdays,lO a.m. to noon. ;' Poundage under Is .- d d ' s6 . -. 'Id. 7s. C . .2d. S ,,- Od. ... .. d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W.,' S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, .n ipceern?. (on. payient, the payee must affix stamps equal to poundage).:' S, Stamps of New; South ,Va les, Sou'th Australia, Gtreat., Britain, France, Ger many, italy, and United States,.are ob tainable .at the. General Post ,Oflice, Melbourne, .in.quantities not, exceeding 5s.,attig. Aou i t;., commission will-bo charged. of Id. on every 5d. worth of English and foreigo stamps purchased, and ld. on eoery id. worth of .Interco
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
TELEGRASP MONEY ODiEnRS. . . . Victoria ... Under £5 ... 1 0 South Aiistralia ... Queenslan .. ...'.. 4. 0, Tasminia ,,.. 8 0 Now South Wales ,, ... 2 0 Perth, WA.. . 4 0 Victoria .. Under £10 .. 1 6 South Australia 0, ... 4 0 Queensland .... : ... 5 0 Tasmania ... ,, ... 4. 0 New South Wales., , - .:: : 3 0 Perthi,,,V :.. 5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
MONEY ODER OFFICE... SOffice hours-1-0 a.m to 8 p.m.' Si turdays.10 a.m. to noon.. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5, .... . ... Gd. Above £5, butnotexceed. £10 Is. 1, £10, . ,, £15 s. 6d. .. 15, . ,, .t ,, ,£20:- 2s. !Payable in New:South Wales: South Anstralia, Wester' Australia Queens land, Tasmania, and Neiw Zealand: * ." ::. ", , i , . i? . Not exceeding £2 .. 6 S ... ... 1 0 ,, 7- - .. ... G S 10: -::..; ... 2 0 , 12 .. ... 2 0 ,. . 15 '... ' :.. . 3 0 , 17 ... : 3 ,,: 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and.Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hppe, Ceylon;' China, India, Japan,'. Macao, Mauritius; United State-s,- &c. S . ::. d, 'Not exceeding £2' :'. ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 - 2 S, £5, but not exceed' £7 3 6 : . £7.'but not exceed. £.0 :"'5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. *-4--- - Mox?Ar, Feb. 3. Before Dr. Lloyd': (chairimin), and -Messrs. Bind!on, and-FEgarty-,-Js.P. LARCENY. Sarah Toora and Ellen Howard were charged aa rtbove. They 'pleided: not guilty.". --':"': : ::---: -. - Joseph Curtis said that on the 25th January, about 3 p.m. he was assisting to.unload.someo-barrels oflbeer:outside a hotel, and took off his coat, and put it on the waggon. He went into the lhotel, and on coming out found his coat missing. He next saw it in a pawn shop in Victoria-street. He valued the coat at 25s. Alfred Davies said he was assistant at Crawcour's pawnbroking establishment, Victoria-street. The prisoners pawned the coat on tile 25th nit. Constable McGlynn said he arrested the prisoners on.warrant, and they were identified by tile pawnbroker. Toora made a long and rambling state ment to the Bench, in the course of "whitidsiiesid-ttint -thewhole -iimtter was the outcome of spite on l. Mr. Howard's" part becaiuse she-"P 'put hin ou...