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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ND. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Mr. G E. Strutt, P.M., Messrs Tinning, Fleming Talbot, and Goodall, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ND. (Before his Worship the Mayor, Mr. G E. Strutt, P.M., Messrs Tinning, Fleom img, Talbot, and Goodall, J.P.'s.) CRUELTY TO A HORSE.-H. Williams was summoned by the police for the above offence, and was fined 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs. -WIFE BEATING.-John Johnson was brought up on warrant charged by Ser geant O'Shanassy with iliusing his wife by brtally beating her. This case was re manded for a week, the prosecutrix not being able to appear. The defendant was admitted to bail, himself in £100, and two sureties of £50 each. A transfer of a license was granted to John Molony, for the Volunteer Arms Hotel, Coburg.
Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 3RD. (Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Laurens. King. Carroll. and Calrke, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 9 July 1873
Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 3RD. (Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Laurens, King, Carroll, and Clarke, J.P.'s) ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. -Mrs. Strauss charged Mrs. Duthie with having used abusive language towards her on the even ing of Monday, 30th June. It appeared from the evidence that the parties lived very close to each other, and carry on the same business, and as Mrs. Duthie thought that Mrs. Strauss was taking away her customers, she abused the plaintiff and used very insulting language towards her. The Bench fined the defendant 5s. with 12s. 6d. costs. The plaintiff gave the costs to the poor box. Another case followed, in which Wm. Alexander charged Councillor Bar wise with having called him a "liar and a loafer." The defendant admitted the charge. The plaintiff admitted having on various occasions called defendant a "traitor and an infernal liar," but only after being called names similar to the above, and said that defendant made use of the poor ratepayers money to ...
COAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
COAL. The Rev. Mr. Clarke, in delivering the annual address to the members of the lcad ing scientific society ofNew South VWales, gives the following particulars regarding the present and aunticipated production of coal il various parts of the world.: I'RESENT COMPARATIVE IROLuUCrlON. The comparative namount of coal pro duced at present in tlhe world is taken by Prol?ssor Leotne Levi to be 200,000,000 tons per annumr-[Ethe Treasury statistics make it in 1871,117,000,000]--ot which 120 millions are tihe produce of Great Britail ; the other countries, such as France, Oer many, Belguln, and North Americe, not withstanding her enormous coal areas, con numing more than they produce. D-uring the last half century Great Britain hot exported in a continually increasing decen nial proportion, no less than 43,442,000 tone, the export in 1871 amounting to 12, 816,000 tons. In 1870, France took 2.074,000; Russia, 805,C00; Denmark, 605,000; Italy, 612,000; Egypt, 374,000; Sweden 370,000; Brazil ...
Scientific. ROYAL INSTITUTION LECTURES, LONDON. DISCOVERY AND PROPERTIES OF OZONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
Scientific. ROYAL INSTITUTION LEOTURES, LONDON. DISCOVERY AND PaROPL'?tTIES OF OZONE. Professor Odling, M.A., F.R.S., lately gave the first of a course of four lectures on ozone. He began by illustrating Sebin bein's obeervation of the peculiar smell of oxygen liberated by the decomtpo sition of water by a powerlhl electric cur rent from Grove's newly-invented battery, in 1840, owhich he identified with the odour of the electric discharge, also termed the odour of thunder. The question then arose as to the nature or cause of this odour; whether it was due to the production of a new kind of matter or to the peculiarly electrical condition of previously-known matter in air or water. Schtinbein at first believed it to be a new kind of matter, a component of nitrogen, and named it " ozone " (from the Greek ozein, to smell). By study, he ascertained that ozone has the property of attacking some metals, such as mercury and silver; of bleaching vegetable colours, and corroding vegetable fa...
GARDENING. THE VINE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
GARDENING. THt VINE. PRESERvATION rRobt FROST.-A few weeks ago we (English l?lechanic) referred to an experiment about to be made at Suresnes on the possibility of. preserving vines from the action of frost by artificial clouds.. These experiments have taken place before a large number of interested observers. In a vineyard of 20 hectares there were placed 360 iron vessels contain ing a heavy oil. All these firepots were lighted at once, and a thick black cloud was interposed between the vines and the sky. When the weather is calm and the sky clear (and it is in such circumstances that the frosts which so injure vines in spring mostly oecur), this cloud continues all the time necessary to exercise its pro. tective influence. The cost of the opera tion (including pots, oil, and labour) was estimated at about 5 francs per hectare, or 2'5 statute acres: and all the viniculturists expressed themselves as struck with the advantages of this means of preservation. As A cnaR roa rcE IIFLLnr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
Government Iotices. Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 9th July, 1878. NATURALIZATION. P ERSONS desirous of obtaining Letters of Naturalization under the Act No. 250 can. obtain information and the requisite forms of application at the various Police Stations throughout the country. J. G. FRANCIS, Chief Secretary. Hotham Notices. BOROUGH OF HOTHAIL I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that an OPEN COURT for the purpose of RIEVISING the BURGESS LISTS for the several Wards of this Borough will hbo held in the Town Hall, Errol street, Hotham, on Wednesday, the 16th day of July inst., at 7 o'clock, p.m. Dated this 8th day of July, 1873. J. LAURENS, Mayor. Bank Notices, THE PROVINCIAL AND SUBURBAN BANK (Limited), SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Capital................L100,000 In 2000 shares of L5 each, (With power to increase). Incorporated under the Companics' Statute, 1804. g?, It is proposed that only L2 10s per Share shall be called up. A deposit of L1 per Share will be payable on application, and the bala...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY, 16TH JULY. FALLS BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. WIDI)NESDAY, 16TH JULY. FALLS BRIDGE. The Falls Bridgoe over which an immense traffic daily rolls has been officially pro nounced insecure-liable to fall at any time, or be swept downs byasudden flood -and yet it would appear that no steps are to be taken to avert the threatened danger. Something is said about repairs and securing the bridge, but what form these repairs will take or how the bridge is to be secured, will in all probability be discussed until some dreadful catastrophe occurs, and then every one concerned will blame some one else. Many years ago, and not far from the spot where the bridge stands, the Yarra was crossed by a ferry boat, attached to a rope whichi spanned the river. The boat and the rope were alike old and rotten, and the ferry was worked sometimes by a feeble old man, and sometimes by a little girl. As in the case of the Falls bridge the insecurity of the ferry was pointed out, but those who had the control of the afnlir paid no atte...
CARLTON FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
CARLTON FIRE BRIGADE. The urgent necessity for the establish ment of a local fire brigade is a subject that should no longer be neglected, Some time ago the matter was b oughtl before the Council by Councillor Curtain, but it was received very coldly. and nothing resulted from it. The valuable services rendered by local brigades are acknowledged, and it is quite time that Carlton should endeavour to possess one also. In view of the hact that a largo settled population exists in North Carlton far away from the water supply, the urgent need for a small orgamnised body, ready, willing, and prepared to meet any unfortunate calamity by fire that might occur, is at once apparent. The insurance companies would not refuse the same subsidy to the Carlton fire brigade which they pay to the suburban brigades, wbild the City Council are only expected to furnish the necessary implements. A branch of the Melbourne 13rigade might at a very little cost be established. A look-out man might be statio...
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANK. Mails are despatched from this office at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Molbourne at 7.44 a.m. 9.55 am. ,, ,, *- 1054 a.m. 2.30 p.m. it ,, 1 20 p.m. 3.40 p.m. ,, ,, 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. ,, , 144 p.m.
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
REAL ESTATE. Messrs. William Iovers and Son, 101 Cardigan-streot, report having sold two freehold brick cottages, Cardigan-street, Carlton, £800; a brick cottage, Little Lonsdale-street, £275; villa residence, West Caulfiold, with 8t acres, £600; allotment, 33 x 132, Hoddle-street, £2 10s per foot; allotment, Rathdowne.street, Carlton, 40 x 62, £6 2s 6d per foot. An increased demand for freehold properties appears to be setting in.
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
Amusements. THE OPERA. As the season for the performance of the English opera company is drawing to a close the Prince of Wales Theatre is well filled every night. The pieces placed upon the stage are well received, and the various artists engaged display an amount of proficency in the parts allotted to them, i~hich is most agreeable. The "Daughter of thle Regiment," gt all times popular with a Melbourne audi ence, was produced on Monday evening, -for the first time this season, and drew a crowded house. The same piece will be repeated this evening. TIIEATRE ROYAL. "Daisy Farm" still continues to be very popular, and draws good houses. The management have, however, announced their intention of withdrawing it after Thursday evening. Miss Juno will also terminate her engagement this week, previous to her departure for California.
Facetiæ, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
Facetise, &c. Peosons who are always hankering after something new should try neu-ralgia. A YANKEE journalist who is perfectly bald, has offered one thousand dollars for a tale so sensational that it will make his hair stand on end. WHnrAT is the diil'crence between a good conscience and a brawler ?-One feels in the right, and the other reels il the fight. An AmeSicuan correspondent who reads the reports of all the banquets eomplains that so omuch is said about " the memory of W'nsbilgtn," Iand inquires whether Washington had a better memory than anybody else, that it should be so generally remarked nupon, IN lndianapole, a charming lady phy. sician wap called to administer to a gentle. man prostrate with a fever. " You need good nursing," said the lady.-" Nurse me for life," replied the patient.-" I will," was the soft answer. A LITTLE four-year old girl remarked to her mamma on going to bed, "' I am not afraid of the dark."-" No, of course you are not."-" But, mamma, I was...
HAY AND CORN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
HAY AND CORN CO-OPER.ATIVE SOCIETY, HOTHAM. An announcement appears elsewhere of a meeting to be held at Mrs. Nash's room, Errol street, Hotham, this evening, at eight o'clock, for the purpose of starting the Hotham Hay and Corn Co-operative Society. The shares are to be £1 each, with a preliminary deposit of 2s. Gd. per share. The movement appears to be very popular, and no doubt the necessary capi tal will soon be subscribed. Cab owners and draymon are invited to attend.
British & Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 16 July 1873
British & Foreign, NEZALT £1500 hba been subscribed to. wards building a new synagogue in the east of London. 'nsE South Yorkshire miners Rave re solved to raise £1000 in aid of Mr. Plimsoll. The money is to be raised by two general payments of Gd. each. A TERunurLE accident has occurred owing to the destruction of a railway bridge, -ac Richnsond, (U.S.), by floods. A train, in which there were 150 passengers, fell into the water, many persons being killed. Tue first of a series of meetings for the instruction of persons engaged in hus. bandry was held at the offices of the Agri cultural and Horticultural Association, in Millbank street, Westminster; and a paper on artificial manures was read by MAr: Roberts. UNDER the presidency of Mr. Alfred de Rothschild, the Metropolitan Free Hos. pital held its thirty.seventh annual fes tival, at the London Tavern. There was an extraordinary total of donations and subscriptions, amounting to £4500, in. cluding the fifth annual gift of £...