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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

NORTH nMELnOunRE ToWN COUNCIL. lMayor, Mr: T. F~girly, J.P. r Eastern Ward-Mr.Jl . Gardiner`; Mr. . I 11. Fu r Jr D ri-. J ir'isen I .. iddleb\\'ard-Mr. T. FogartJ. P.; Mr; G Carter; Mr. D. Wadick. :. VWestern Ward-Mr. P. Costello; Mr. J. C. Steel, J.P.; Mr. J. G. Petrie. £ Town Clerk; Mr. H. J: Randall.' Rate Collector, Mr. J: Kearner. Surrevor, Mr. E. McIver IHealtl Officr, 'D)r: :Whitaker. Inspector, Mr. M E. Magnus.

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THURSDAY, Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

TIuSDnAr, Feb. 6. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), aud Messrs. Wylie, Fogarty, Carter, and Bindon, Js.P. " SETTLED." Annie Maria Daniels r. William Weedon Daniels. This was an appli cation by the complainant to the court to make a maintenance order against her husband, the defendant, Mr. Budd appeared for the `complainant. and Messrs. Forlongo and Kane for the defendant. AI, order was made by consent, for 7s. Gd. a week, :defendant to be bound its one surety of £25, and himself in a like amount, and also to pay £2 2s. costs. S -ergeant Hehir summoned Jonothan Hartley for £1 13. lid., arrears of maintenance due for defendant's child in'the Industrial Schools. Defendant: I have been in gaol over this amount. --Dr. Lloyd: It-must have-been:some other sum and not this. People seemed to require the fact that if they beget children they must keep them, constantly dinned into their ears. Hartley pleaded poverty, and the ease was adjourned on the understanding that he would at least pay 5s. bef...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

North leibourne. I Mr G [. Proidergast Flc oiingtou-rad, North West Melbourne .-Dr. W~ Ma"loney, corner-Ganning-and-Dryburgli streets, North elbnnrne C(rrr7

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NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

NORTH AND WEST MEL BOURNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION.' Tne weekly meeting in connection with the above was held at the Toivný Hall, oi Wednesday, 5th inst. Mr. C. Drake occupied the chair: The minutes of7 the previous meeting vere read and confirmed. A good attendance present, itidluding the Ladies Committee. Apologies were read from several ladies and gentlemen for non-attendance. Messrs. Somersall and Kcowles said that several shopkeepers in Abbotsford, Melrose, Courtney, and other, streets were willing to close their establismnents, but they had not been asked by the com mitlee.-The Committee promised to wait on the business people in the re spective streets mentioned. Msdms. Smythe, Robertson, Stuckey, and other ladies, together with Messrs. J. Bergin, T. Clucas, S. Barker, J. Scott, and G. Carter. waited on the various shopkeepers in and round Errol street, in reference to closing next. Wednesday, 12th inst., for the excur sion, and were very favorably received, meeting w...

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DIRECTORY. NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

DIRECTORY : NORTH exD:WEST MELBOURNE! L1OIsLAT1F .COU CIL. : Members for Northi Yarra, Province. -Mr. F. S., Grimwwide, 846?F(linders lane, .Melbournoe" Mr. William Pitt, 47 ,Collins-street, Melbouriie; 'Mr. Na thaniel Levi, Princes-street, St:;Kilda.

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DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

DISTRIBUTION or PnRzEs.-Theprizes won by the children attending the state schools in North Mielbourne will be dis tributed in the North Melbourne Town Hall to.day (Friday), at 2.80 p,m,

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Poetry. In Clover. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

1poetrp. Ino Clover. Let me lie down in the clover, Where the daisies scatter snow, And the yellow bees fly over As my fancies come and go. Dwellers in a royal palace Have net softer coaoh than mine ; And, lo, here's n lily chalioc, Brimming with the morning's wine. Yonder brook sings low and eolily; But I cannot catch the words, As they blend in silvery musio With the notes of breeze and birds. In this sweet, still summer weather It is easy to forget That our life has toil or trouble, - Has a cloud, a jar or fret. Why ahould we try to remember I It is well to dream and rest, 1-1 for et; hat westrwv eary. Though our dreame are dreams at bcet. Happy he who puts away - Thoughts of daily lifo and strife, Who is deaf to din and adicord Jarring through the chords of life. Let me Le thus in the clover, Asachild on mother's breast, And, awhile the hours fly over, Dream sweet dreams of peace and resl.

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CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evening, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELB. v. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

CRICKET 1mOT^S7 -4- later than Tuesday Ereninsa . to secure , insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. By 1MYhTOS. NORTH I3ELB. v. FITZROY. SNOnTII MELBocURE supporters mus e -i i greas nroerm-rSaturday iast-on the Fitzroy ground to witness the con! tinuat?i(n of the above match. . The weather was delightful, except for a strong wind that b!ew fromn wit ket to , icket; and,'although the pitch, at one end; appeared to bump n tritle at the - start, it afterwards improved, and at the finish was all that a batsmant coull wish. The two .nt-out .men,. Geo. Bean and Geo. Stuckey, resumed their places at the wickets to the bowling of Mitchell and Twentyman. Stuckey seemed satisfied to keep his end up, but his partner opened out in a way that boded ill for ihe bowling averages of their opponents. Sonie idea of the aggressiveness of his play may be gathered from the fact that he put on 40 whilst his ris-a-ris was content with a modest 4. Georgy never played a better innings in his life, ...

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THE NOVELIST. Poetry. In Clover. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

THEI- {NONOELIS T. TheIystery 0fi i ;-' T- HE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, _ ..€t-.o --i AND,-REMORSE.:, CHAPTER' X. 'Co. anan. Alas aoes that' unrest spring from premeditated or already accaomplished guilt? Whichever it may be-and I am ready to believe in eitlher or both-she is burdened creature, and tihe weiht of her fea?s or her intentions lie heavily upon her. But she hides the fact with consuminate address, and when under the eyes of people smiles so brightly and con ducts herself with such a-chartning -grace that half the guests that cone and go call sider her as lovely and more captivating than her daughter. What would they think if they could neeher asl do rising in the night to roam about a grave, the 'unmarked head-stone of which baflles her scrutiny ? OcroneR, 18, 1791. This morning I rose at daybreak, and going into the garden, surveyed the spot -which I had imagined traversed by Madame Letellier the nigh! briore. I found it slighltlytram...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

Public Notices. M. W. RIFFITHSi -Boot & Shoe Warehouse, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH HELB. LDrge Stock. rleliable Goods. NEXT DOOR TO It. L. YorcG, DRAPER). Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots Made to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. REPA.IIRS. Workmana on the Premises. BRANCH: MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT. For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPERS. DIAMOND RINGS, ENGAGE 3IENT RINGS, JEWELLERY of all Iinds. SPECTACLES, ani ELECTROPLATED WARE, ir In 0 ' GO TO TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, /V NORTH MELBOURNE. g-Watcles, ,Clocks, and Jewellery cpaizel A ll W-rkEGouranteed.___ Size Cards of Bings ad Prices sent on application. FRED, J. BREARLEY, Architect; 156 Roden-st., West Melbourne. Member of Arehtl. Assoctn. Certificated from Science & Art Dept.. London, England, and The Working Mcn's Co.ege1 elbourne. Medallist,&c., Ac. Building Referee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant Instructor Theoretical and Practical Carpentry, Wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

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THE TOWN PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

T?E TowN lic.?C.-Wednesday lexst has been gazetted a public holiday at North Melbourne in consequence of the Citizens' and Schools' Excursion to .Mordialloc. A report ,f the meetings of the committee hans nppeared weekly in these columns, and, given favorable weather, a largo gathering and an enjoy ablo outing is anticipated. A STIRANGOF PROCRcEE.DIs.-Several ratepayers who have lived for years in the samine houses, in North Melbourne have been considerably surpri-ed during the last few days, by the reception of a document worded as under-the blanks being of course illedl-icin-accordance with the name of the receiver:-" I hereby object to the name, &c., of described as --of --upon the list of ratepaying electors for the abovenamed division ' of tlie iibnvic named district, now awaiting revision, being retained upon such list; mid the' grounds of 'my objection are as follows: -That he has ceased to be the owner and occupier of any ratcab!e property within the division. Signed...

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WORK FOR THE WORKLESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

WORK FOR'THE WORKLESS. TIuE longer the TuaRNEs Gdvernment remains in power, and 'the further its methods are amplified .the more must the conviction beo-iipressed on the elec tors that any political filibuster who attempts to oust it, for the purpose of enriching himself and a few favored in capables that trot at his heels like so many purloined canines in the wake of a dog stealer, should be met with an un mistakable repudiation at the polling booths. The Governoment which preceded the present one did so little to abate the severely practical troubles that affected the community, that men began to'think that to look to the Government for aid or advice was like going to the African gold coast to recuperate--one's health; and it has come as a pleasant surprise (having in view the action of past Ad ministrations) to learn that the Cabinet of to-day has proposed an expenditure of £500,000 on works partaking alike of the nature of relief and reproduction. Alterations are to be made at t...

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"PERMISKUS PARS." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

j6"PERMISKUS PARS." -A frietid sends a saclene for Equitable Taxatioih,"in which is expressed the view that in a progressive.Income Tax (called more correctly-a surplus'wealth tax) lies a panacea for existing evils. If fifty per cent. of the population. consisted. of in come tah spies, and the other of income ta:.form-filles, it would be impossible to prove toirlil fraud except in the iarest instances. The Single Tax party in Victoria fails because it has identified itself with the Free Trade party. The prosperity which the Single Tax would at first bring to a Free Trade Victoria, would attract all the shoddy and and sweated manufactures of the old world, to .its ruin, as-ouir wealth wouid become exploited by- the foreign carpet-bagger. Give-ns th-Singie T-al An-P-ROTECT!ONx and this is avoided; and the sweated themselves would be welcome as the flowers in spring. Not only is the sweated a worker hut he is also a con sumer, and having to conform to the hour of -labor, and pay market...

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TWO DREAMS. [All Rights Reserved.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

TWO DREAMS. - -4-- (Br COnoILES JuxOR.) [All Rights Ileserrcd.] \WHENs Mrs. Annui Besant, the High Priestess of Theosophy, bringing with her innumerable, occult treasures of Eastern'philosophy, arrived in 'Australia;' shil was, received. with :mild: curiosity,' tempered. by a certain 'proportion of: in= credulous disdain, at thoe. hands' of a people more noted for their love of the real than of the ideal f Whatever appcarent mysteries she may lave succeeded in illustrating, were gene rallyattributed to the hypnotic powers she was assumed to have exercised over her audiences. : It was argued that bf sug gesting ;that- certain "assumidlye impos sible developments were about to occur befdre their eyes, the spectators really though prhnarily by iinagnation--lid see them happen. That material manifestations need not necessariiy be evolved on -this principle, at:. exper.ence of 'one of the writer's most intimate friends-_South-America iay demonstrate., Let it be recounted. ipsissima rerba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

P.ALMIISTRY.-Profe,sor Rcywd, of Bruns wick-st., Fitzroy, opposite Post Office, daily gives expositions of this wonderful science. Highest testimonials, Fees, 1/- and 2/-. Note above address.-Adrt.) ., F." : ý a .mo d. * :,,UBSCRBED CAPIALTAL TOTAL kSSETS- --, TLocal Directors: /AUSTRALIAN BRANCH./// t JAMES ORIIOND, Esq. ____________ Chairman. Ron. R. HEID ,LO. LRE-R1SKS"ACCEETE'-ATEDq EASQABLE RiAhSOF PREMIUM. ANDW. NEWELL, Esq. O AgentSWanted in Districto where Company is not represented, Public Notices. Q0 u_ _T (Registered), THE GREATEST j Insect Destroyer The world has known. Il Quite ]hariless to animal life, but un SMOST POWERF ualled in destroying Mosquitoes, Fleas, S , Flies, IBus, Cockron, ts, Ants, Beetles, -Cr i and_ Matl1s Alsa Insects-that attack N. .-In order to usc MIORTEIN with profit, it is best to get an insect powder ST spreader, through which, by gentle pres INsure of ti e hand, the der is ejected WtL, . and well d1liffusel. Its effect is marvel- * ALL KINDS O ...

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CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. THE Catholic Young Men's Society held a ,Concert in the Town Hall on Wednesday evening, 5th inst., in aid of their fund to build a pillar in St. Mary's New Church; and the cpncert, as well as the object for which it was organised deserved far better patronage than that accorded, the hall not being more than half ,filled. The Carlton Amateur Orchestra commenced the entertainment with an Irish Overture comprising the fol lowing selections: Introduction, "Banks of Banna," slow uovement ; " Humors of Donnybrook," Irish jig ; "The Min sirel Boy," andante moderato, cornet solo; "The Rose Tree," allergo mode -rate, violin solo;-"The-AGirLLLeft Be- hind Me ;" "The Last Rose of Sum mer," andante; "St. Patrick's Day," allergro rivace; " Paddy O'Rafferty," Iri-h jig; "The Harp that Once Through Tam's Hall," larghetto, violin solo ; and "The Soldier's Joy," allegro con spirito, Irish hornpipe.: After which Miss Mary Callanan, a young lady pos esitg an extreniely sweet ...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

'VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tue usual weekly m'et ing of te Jabove society was held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke-street, on Friday evening, 31st January. , The President(Mr. R. Ferguosn) inl the chair. There, were 'about 20 members present. . The hon. Secretary (Mr. J. ,Murdoch) rcad the minutes of the precious meceting, which were'confirmed. . CORIIEaSPOl'ONDECE. From Ri. O'Conior, relative to state of Werribee riveri.ltceivedl.' From Department of Trade and Customu, ?re aetlting ili"tlie' Werribee,' requiring further particulars.-Secretary instructed to reply.. . ANGLING REPOB.TSe..... Mr. J. )I. Mcl.ean reported result of Mitchell Trophy, which appeared in our last issue.. He also stated :that the Struan trophy. had been o-verlooked. This trophy was dated for the 2lth Jan. and 1st Feb, . The King trophy has been fixed for, the 8th and 12th Feb. in the Saltwater river. Same conditions as before, with the exception of the time of closing. Ci?p...

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ANGLING NOTES. BARTLEETS FISHING TACKLE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

ANGLING NOTES. ----4---- iiARITLEEi'-S FIS? IIG T1 ChiLE ANGLERS.-It will reply you to inspect' this Stock of Tackle before pur chasing. It is ALL of the Highest' Qtality, and prices iire lower thani rels where. :Depot: CnoaweLi? Bn i oIjsaaos 386 BOUnKE' STOEEiT,: IMELBOURNE."'

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NORTH MELBOURNE v. GEELONG NONDESCRIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896

GEELONG NONDESORIPTS:' This match was plnyed on the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve on Wed nesdny, and resulted in an easy win for the former. The Geelong batted first, ahd were all disposed of'for 87, tlte only double figure being Ja's. Wilson i·ithl 23. North Melbourne replied with the Inrgi score of 312. The Geelong in their second attempt lost fire wickets for 35. The following are the scores : First hlnings... .. .. ... 87 Bowling Analsosis :--Iaplestone 3 for .11. Saunders 3 for 22, A. Carlton I for 11, G. Stuckey 1 for 14. NORTH MIELBOURNE. First Innings. G. Bean, b Lockwood . 9 J. Gerber. st HIouston, b Baker .. 12 H. M1aplestonc, b Baker ... ... 29 E. Launder, c and b Lockwood- ... 23 A. Carlton, b Lockwood ... :: ... 36 G. $tuckey, b lhcShane .. . s 50 J. llowlett, c Fairbairn, b Baker ... 52 J. Saunders, b Lockwood .. ... 14 J. Cooper, run out ... ... ... T. Murphy, c -- , b Baker ... 43 Meludoc, not out, ... .. ... 14 Sundries i ...: .. ... 23 Total ... ... ... 312 Bo...

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