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LEGISLATIVE SECOND CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

-LEGISLATIVE SECON D ,.? CHAMBERS. Ax' Auistrlian politician of progressive views writes:-" If Australia Federated must-:have: -ia second : chamber, :w'hy shouldn't it be a small council of advice and revision elected by the Assembly ? Stia'yti core oir'lss bf iiemibers; to be chosen by the Assembly; a fifth or sixth to retire every year and be eligible for re election be the Ass~inbly of the day. A compact councilof brainy and experienced men, answerable;to the- country, through its representatives, would keep in touch with public opinion, and only need to sit a few hours a week; Functions : to amend.and.revisebills. No initative. Two rejections of any measure by the council to necessitate the referendum. With the referendum the expensive elec tion of a large council would be asuper; fluity. Electingtiil LegisiativeA~i embly makes the country very tired and muzzy. Electing a second chamber, or too tunch referendum, would be befogging and a weariness-to the-flesh. .The.Assembly coul...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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THURSDAY, NOV. 14. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

THURSDAY, Nov. 14. BeforeDr. Lloyd(chairman), and Messrs. -2aon-e-- no nr , Fuller;-Wytdfanas Carter, Js.P. INSULTING BEUAVIOUR AND ASSAULT. Joseph Quinlan was charged as above. Constable Garland said that on Tues day at 1.45 a.m. the defendant was with another man at thecornerof Victoria and Howard streets. They were both riding on one horse. Defendant had some refreshments at the stall, which he refused to pay for. 'Witness said, " Where did you get the horse ?" and defendant said " B- well find out." Garland then arrested him, and de fendant resisted violently, biting and kicking. The man on the horse tried to ride over the witness, but on the appearance of Constable Bobsien, of West Melbourne, he ran away. The prisoner: Your worship, I was getting home from the Fitzroy races. - Dr. Lloyd : Well, I suppose Fitzroy is 40 miles away according to the time it takes you to get from there to North Melbourne. Home from the races at one in the morning. Ridiculous ! For the insulting beha...

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. --.. [MONDAY, Nov. 11. Before Dr. Lloyd(chairmani), 'nd Messrs. McBride; Wylie, Fogarty, and Carter, THE " ELASTIC CHARGE." Constable Laughlan charged'Richard Hughes with insulting behavior. Defendant, a lad of 15 years of age, pleaded guilty. The constable said that on Saturday night Hughes was having a stand-up fight in the street with another lad about his own age. Witness arrested him. Mrs. Hughes appeared, and said her lad was " only " out on-Saturday nights, and earned a little money, which he gave to her every week. He was discharged on paying Is. into the poor box. John Currie, 10 years, was charged by Constable Foley' with creating a disturbance outside the Wesleyan Church, Courtney-st., on Sunday, about 7 p.m. Foley.i said it was the practice of a nutsberbf lids'to assenible oditsile this church on Sunday evenings, and pull each other about by the coat-tails, and indulge in other sorts of "horse play," thus disturbing the congregation. The min...

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"PERMISKUS PARS." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

"PERMISKUS PARS." (Br Rom ua.) That the vigorous outcry of the public against the two advertisements now being published by 3&r.. Duffy will olnyisiire to advance the interests of their respec tive firms far and wide is true.in.asuense, but not precisely in tihe way imagined by that jocular gen:tleman. From a busi nress point f view, it -till, if persisted in, probably turn out an advertisement of an unremunerstive nature, as not only is a large section of the community incensed against these advertisers, but rival firms will bid for increased popularity through the -fact of their having refrained from offending. This is clear fronm Messrs. Cameron Iros.' offer of withdrawail. Making a noise is not necessarily fame, it may be notoriety. One lthing at any rate is assured; the present cards will-be either so amended in form that they will lose their objectionable character, or else they will be'withdrawn in tots. If adver tisements must appear on them let us confine ourselves ...

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THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

TcE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.-It is worth watching the inmates of the Be nevolent Asylum leaving for their holiday, at 9 o'clock, on Saturday mornings. A philanthropist in search of cheap diversion could spend a pleasant half hour, by going to the gates and pelting the old men as they emerge, with handfulls of three-penny pieces, and watching their nimble antics in their second childhood's scramble,

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A POLICE PECULIARITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

A POLICE PECULIARITY. SOJtE years ago a good many complaints were in the air concerning the action of some-members -oftthe ipolice- force iii regard to the offence known technically as "insulting behaviour,", and it was asserted, and with a certain 'amount of reason, that in instances the law was strained, and people brought up under the " elastic charge "-as it came to be called-when the evidence of -their hav ing offended in word or deed was very scanty, whatever they-might-have-dune in thought. Recently another strange fonrm of procedure has obtained practice by tlhe constabulary in reference to the charge of "having no lawful visible means of support," otherwise vagrancy. This modern charge is a reflection of the old English enactment against " sturdy rogues," and when properly applied is no doubt the means of protecting the public from the vagaries of vagabonds, but unfortunately it is some times set in motion as under. The police arrest a person as a vagrant and apply for a re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

:!. · Public Notices. Boot & Shoe Warehouse, I1 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. -- nclirce Go-. NEXT D'OOR TO R. L. YOoto, DRAPE").' Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots .Made to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. S REPAIRS. Workman on the Premises. ..;. BRANCH': MELBOURNE "R'OAD NEWVPORT.' """ For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPERS, S. ,DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE. ---'-- ?1ENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of all kinds, SPECTACLES, and I f y / " ELECTROILATED WARE, I .tA'M ^ if*J Go TO I <' TOWN HALL BUILOINGS, I NORTH MELBOURNE. S-Watchcs, Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. All Work Guarnateen. "· .--4_ J., B Cll;t'arh-6t2i ngs and P'ria-s.scnt on application. FRED, J, BREARLEY, Architect, 15?Roden-st., West Melbourne. Member of Archtl. Assoctn. Certificated from Science & Art )Dept., London, England, and The Working Men's College, Melbourne. Medallist,&c., Rc. luilding Referee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbnc. Formerly Senior Assistant Instr...

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SNAKE-BITE ANTIDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

SNAKE-BITE. ANTIDOTE. IN such a snake-infested country as Aus tralia every attempt to find:a cure for snake-bite deserves close attention, and al though no absblutely reliable antidote has yet been discovered, it seems probable that at last success has been achieved. Halford,of Melbourne. advocated injection of ammonia. Mueller, of Yackandandal, swears by strychnine. Bushmen swear by cutting out, by cautery, by ligature, by whisky. Calmette, of Paris, swears by chloride of lime. Yet none of these methods has been found, infallibly effiac ious. A man may be bitten by a snake and recover under any of these treatments. Or he may be bitten, and dielin spite of the successive use of all thbui.-. Or he may lie bitten, and recover without treat ment at all. The chief cause of recovery is the fact that in- 'iost camses tle dose of venom injected by the emlike, is not sufficient to be fatal. The coma onest causcofdeath is fright; the least ,unimon cause a fatal dose of poison: The latest rem...

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NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. The above society hold its usual weekly meeting on Monday evening, November 11th, in the Catholic school room, Victoria-street. There was a good attendance of members. Bro. P. J. Kelly, President, occnpied the chair. After the ordinary routine business of the meeting bad been gone through, the syllabus for the evening being " Mimic Parliament," was then proceeded with. _a Amending Land Bill introduced by Bro. Dalton, was ably criticised by the Opposition members, viz.: Bros. Clark, (Leader); Heagney, and McCarthy, assisted by Bro. Lanagan, a visitor from the Geclong society, who made a splendid occond reading speech, which was abiy combatted by Bros. O'Hare, (Chief Sec retary); and P. Smith, (Premier). The Bill was then taken in Commttittee, at ,hlich juncture Bro. McCarthy formed a Labor Party, and carried on determined stonewalling tactics, resulting, after an hour and a-half's debate, in but three clauses, of the twelve which comprised the Bill, be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

Established] El 865. TN C -N / ? 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, Niort V Melbourne. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for P-esents. Baskets in Great Variety. A-gent 1,or Madame W 1eigel's Pattersi. asm.AEnzasacan ser,: EXCELLENCE + + + IN + + + + PRINTING. 'ALL 9+ WORKK 0 FIRST-CLASS,. At Lowest Prices, AT KAIN & TIIOMSON, 168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPIONE 1191, NORTH. MELBOURNE. The f .lIwiing are soume of our Lsual Lines : Cards, Eosters. (all sizes & colors), Shkow Cards, W ix dow "Bills, ma n xce P rog ra xm m xe s, -NO SLOP WORK. The following LAW FORMS on Sale: Notice of Owner's Intention, Agreement-Landlord and. Tenant, Warrant to Distrain, Complaint Before Two Justices; ALSO, TO LET NOTICES, WINDOW CARDS, all kinds in stock, "UCH AS Apartments To Let, Rooms To Let; ALSO, STRIPS FOR WINDOWS: Selling Off! Sale Now On! &c., &o. We are Noted for Promptness and Good Work. All WTork E~xecuted in Shortest N...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

:POLICE CounT.-rThe Court on Mon dyipvas a contrast as regards. its con tinuance to that on the same day the preceding week. The justices had finished the criminal and civil business before 10 o'clock, and North Melbourne since Thursday week had evidently been on its good behaviour. BoARD OF ADVICE.-Thoe N.orth Melbourne Board of Advice respectfully invites the parents and friends of the scholars to .visit the Errol-street State School, Wednesday, November 20th, at 2 o'clock p.m., when the Members of the Board will be present.. The scholars will *go through various exercises, singing, &c. NonT MELBOURNE Loco. ATHLETIC CLun.-The sports in connection with this club will take place to-day on the North Melbourne Cricket Ground. There will be a Sheffield Handicap, Hurdle race, Married Men's Handicap, Bicycle Handicap, Siamese race, High Jumping, Boys' and Children's races, &c. An enjoyable afternoon may be spent. The Victorian Railways Mili tary Band will give choice sele...

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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 15 November 1895

LEEMcING AND MIOMASTER TROPHIES. The second round for the above Trophies was concluded last Saturday. Ferndale v. Melrose Juniors, resulted in a' win for former by 93 runs. The scores were as follow:-Ferndale (Ist Innings), 89 Iutlcy 30, White 24, and Tallent 13. 2nd lifiningsoT'J5 ftt 2i, utniiey i6,Anderson 19, and Tallent 11. .Melrose Juniors (lst Innings), 53-P. Carroll 13. 2nd Innings, 39-W. Leatch 12, P. Carroll 12. -I'elicans v.-St. Marys.-The firstday's play stood as follows :-St. Marys 61. Pelicans,, nine for 88'-D. Power '8 (not out). St. M?arys failed: to put in an appearanco last Saturday, d-.tbo .elicans, stlimed the match." It was an unfortunate circumstance for St. Marys that Prince of Wales Birthday fell oh Siturday, for'a lot o- their players must have decided to keep up the holiday in pic-nicing and so forth. Excelsiorv. Central.-This match resulted in a win for the former, by 70 runs. s o particulars having been sent fwe cannot give further inforniation.'. C: - Th...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

KIITCdosN GADE.--Deds of rhubarb andbsea-kale thatlhave been forced should be cleaned off. Attend to, cucumbers and melons; if, any have missed, sow again. Stop leading shoots of cucum bers to induce laterals. If tomatoes arenot planted against a wall or fence they should be tied up strong sticks and pruned moderately, or fruit will be small and few. This is the time for prevent ing a great deal of pruning in winter. Use the finger and thumb judiciously in disbudding and stopping fruit trees thin the fruit where thick; increased size and superior flavor will be the result. Vines will require prompt attention. Sow kidney beans, cabbage, carrots, peas, and spinach for a succession. Earth up potatoes ; stop cutting asparagus.

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AN AUSTRALASIAN HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

:AN JAUSTRALASIAN HOAX. S·· . - 4---t-~- ' Fnou New Zealand, the laind of the lMo~6 that, extinct species :of ostrich whose size evokes the astonishment of modem hbird a-fanciers rrives. the news of the biggest lhoax y't perpetrated with success on an' intelligent self-governing comm+iy·l . Somelit+ttime I ago Chinaman living at Alexandra, a gold field's, towtn; on, the .olynieaux river, Otago, named Kong Waah Lun, who had saved sabut £400, 'determined to return to . China .' He -visited'' a place called Bitclher's Gully. to .collect somei money owing to, him, and on the ,way thither disappeared. It.ins ait first`thought lie had his 5io5?9y bn him, but it afterwards transpired lie li?d left it with his brother. Nearly a fortnight .afterwards -it wLs reported that the bodly of a Chinese was seen on the beacli of the' river. The police went to the,'place and found what. they took to .be Wah Lun's body. As the legs and arims were tied together, and a large stone was hiun round 'ie neck...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

Established] [1865. ' S73 & 75 ERRQL STREET, Opposite T wn Hall, 1? ort;h I elbournzxe. | A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. Agent for Madame U-,r, eig?Rel', Patterns. EXCELLENCE + +, * IN At Lowest Prices, sAT - KAIN & THOMSON, 168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELEPHONE 1191. NORTH MELBOURNE. The fullhwingare some of our usual Lines : B 1ha.e , .....'." ::Inora.nu1zi1s, Cards, oste??, (all sizes -& colors), - ...ow ills, . .,Menus, Vi... "NO SLOP WORK. The following LAW FORMS on Sale : Notice :of Owner's Intention, 'Agreement-Landlord. and Tenant, Warrant to Distrain, ALSO, TO LET :NOTICES, WINDOW CARDS, all kinds in. stock, SUCH AS , Apartments To Let, iRdo~s .To Let; ALSO, ' STRiPS FOR WINDOWS: Selling Off! Sale Now On do., ?Mc. We are Noted for Promptness and. Good Work. All Work Executed in Shortest Notiee. KAIN & THOMSO ,,i P rinters, '168 & 170 QUEENSBERRY ST., 4NORTH + MELBOURNE.....

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NORTH MELBOURNE LOCO. ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

NORTH MELBOURNE. LOCO. ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS: 4--- FRIDAY afternoon last WFas a beau ideal one, as far as sporting matters were con cerned, although the farmers would have preferred "weeping skies" to the bright blue. canopy which looked down on the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve, where an encouraging and appreciative attendance gladdened the hearts of the promoters of, and stimulated the efforts of the contestants in the above athletic trials of speedland staying powers. A sectionof theVictdrian Railway?s Military Band l?byed' eiections dunrinig the after noon, and: greatly enhanced the enjoy ment of the sccttors. Among those swho ehtered for the :'Opjien Sheffield Handicap were noticed several well known pedestrians frotn.other colonies. "The comiplete and accurate results are asunder: -Members' Sheffield Handicap, of' 8 sovs. -J..Murray, 3 yds.,-1; M..Kirk patrick, 2 yds., 2; J. Crough, 10 yds., 8. Married Members' Race, 100 yds. (handicap).-J. Gould, 12 yds., 1; H. Suhr,7 yds...

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THE LAST OF THE TASMANIANS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

: i"'TH? ?'' ST' T1 tilE .... TASMANIANSi ' How' many people know that Trugainin, the last of the Tasmanian' natives, lived some years 'iii.id ctoria, sns charged with murder and' tried for her life,: at the Supreme- Court, Port! Phillip, on the. 20tli Dec., 1841'? Were the particulars ever.piblished since ince Astralia,! or anysvhere else? ' S.Wheni G. A Robinson' came' from Tas mauiis toPort Phillip in 18818, hebidught overa lot of.Tasn anian natives, inclding. one called "Lalla Rookh Truganina," a native of :Bruni Island. -Robinson was the' man who' succe'eded by kindness' in doing, single-handed, for nothing, what 4000 armed nien failed to do at.a. cost of £70,000..' At' Port Phillipihiie?, was' appointed first protector of .Australian aborigines,; at a salary of £500. : *Thie attempt to settle the Tasmanians at Port Phillip. was not a: success. Among otheriserious troubles was the following dismal tragedy. On: 6th Oct., '41, 5 of the Tasmanians, two men and three women, were ca...

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOV. 18. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. ---9--` MONDAY, Nov. 18.1 Before Dr. Lloyl (chairman), and Messrs. Fogarty, Wylie, aindBirtwistle, Js.P. Mary Whelan was charged with being drunk, and was sent to gaol for 14 days. There, were 33 previous convictions against her. William Moore was next charged with being drunk. -'Dr. Lloyd: 'Is the court photographer about ? Prisoner: I came from Echuca. Dr. Lloyd: I suppose the beer is better in North Melbourne than it is in Echuca ? The prisoner was discharged. LARoENY. Elizabeth' Tynck was charged with larceny. She pleaded not guilty, and Mr. Kane appeared to defend. Edward Tootell said that the defen dant came in and purchased a pair of boots on Saturday and caught up another pair and ran away. Mr. Kaine 'for the defence said that it Was not so ;and that his client had onlftaken up'ilhe s i6ts to inspect them. " The defendant was discharged. MAINTENANCE CASE. Esther Nicholson v. Harry Burn. - Mr. F. Stephens' appeared for the complainant, and Mr. S....

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THE NOVELIST. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER III. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

THE OVE L IST T1he lystery of th lInn; OR, -THE-DISCOVERY IN THE-HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, cRI3I, AND RE.lIORSE. "I see that 1 iane stumbled upon a hit of knowledg-, that. has been kept from the purchasers of this property,"observed the old gentleman. " Well, that dies not d stract from the interest of the occasion. Whien i knew I was-to pass-this-way I said to myself I shall certain'y stop at the ohl.inen ith the secret chamhber in it, but I did not think I-would be the first one to disclose its secret to the present geno ratioi: But mviinforniatioil seems to affect you strangely. 'Is it such a dis turbing thing to find that one's louse has held a disused spot within it, that might haIe been made useful if you had known of its existence 1" I oould not answer. I was enveloped in a stranige Hiorror,and was only con scitois'of the one wisli-ttlit Burritt had lived to help me through thie dreadful ' hifir I saw before me: . "Let us see if my information has been correct," c...

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THURSDAY, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 November 1895

THunSDAY, Nov. 21. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Bindon, Fuller, and Wylie, Js.P.. MATRIMONIAL. TROUBLES. Mary Young v. Robert Young. The defendant was called on to show cause why heshould -not be.bound over to keep the peace. Mr. Daly appeared. for complainant and Mr. Graves for de fendant. It appeared the parties had been mar ried 21 years, but were now separated. He visited her when under the influence of drink and threatened her and called her bad names. Defendant got into the box and de. lied all his wife said. He had a se lection at Dandenong, and wanted the furniture back she had belonging to him. Dr. Lloyd: Well, you contradict your wife point blank. If, however, you beat her you will find yourself in gaol instead of at Dandenong. Defendant : That's not fair Mr. Chairman. I must appeal to another court. Dr. Lloyd: That's another proof of your temper. You are a very obstinate man. Defendant: I don't think I am getting air play. I want an order for my fur niture t h...

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