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RAILWAY EXTENSION. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
RAILWAY EXTENSION. '' S-To th6 Editoriof tlio Ad?drtihe' r'. ::; Sir -I tnke tho' lilf;iy o.f' s~ngeiti' g' that in cnn'icctiona with" the NoiMthfel. bourne Railway Stationa-dtunnel might bo, f6rpied. passinig ooer, Bicrio : n itreet on' irlhc' beotneenh uensberry: and Grihttan': streets, and. tlrough so'io, ofthioe'strcets in Collinigwod, thereby, accommodating tha ,distriot.- fThe excavation. might ,be, doao by prison abor, arnd the earth used to fill up tho swamp. .i. .-. -l *i: -t :: :C.o.- inon CoN'iOR. W&lt; Elizabeth strece.-
TRAVELLING EXPENSES. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
STRATElLIT NEXPENSES.. S:To tho' ditor?of,tlho Advertiser. ,~ Sir-- r Wigiovo says I lhare, mis-, understood himn. Mi'- Wingrovo is a gen-. tlcian for whomI Jsave very great respect.. Z sould be very; sorry. to mishunderstandi i ih.: But .will. Mr. Wingriove have the: goodness to state "ofllcinly' whlatis the exiat nature,r and' what are' thd'dxadt teras, of thq Council's agre~indt" with M1. Raiwliniaouee I wirite in' laste," it ' haix't dobe or lialf dodniQwith this gubjdct. of Travelling' expeinses and allowandcs." Yotir's &e,,n,.. 7 Iteidelbsrg,, Jssnuary 27th, 1876., o, &lt;":,-: ;/·............... -
THE ROYAL PARK. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
o the Editor of thoeAdcrtise?., Sir div'cricice? i.s i L inul the. opl i of tlhq ,id. I~. as an old rcsidelit of Ilothiiln;' wish to al, sk why a largo .and. Ipopulous?listrict like this,.should -be do barred fron Lahvinr g ,its cricket ground id. the Rloyal -ark, which, properly speakiigi belongs to the distriot "as its recreation roservo;?F'.roi-. yehrsd :pastHIIotliin" hasll possessed ,cricketers, many .of" Wilins' wouladifat ldairi' disgraced ;, Victorinn eighteen, l ut wb hlavo h'o' comeo to tlie front, simply"from theiej inability to pro cure a pr?per groul T to. play on.- l11ut you w1ill ask o Ilow.i i this? I, will. answer.,,, Becausei the .Rloyal .Park ihns been gian~ted torthoe Aulimnatization :So. cicty, who do not require or use onoetenth of it for their purposesrand who, like the " dog"oiri'tho manger, do I not wivant It themselves, and seooen determined that no one else shall have a portion. F.or'somo yearns efbrts have?bdeen nmade to scciir theli ground formerly hold ...
WARDEN'S COURT. (Before Mr. Strutt.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
1Y' iilDEN'S COUR ( . (1.? (foroe M[r. Strutt.): Mri' "Gidbonz Scott Laing,? of Varlcrthn; applidlnfor 'a mijinmg lorse of tw ancrds of -round'at Yankee Jim'a' Creo~ near \Vnr.' burton. *Tho application'was made on behalf of the Yarra~Yarra IIydraulio Minino Corn?: pany,' tho 'deel to isauo to ?Mr..Lag,'a0 trustcdb for the cobiinpany. Applicant depos d that bii:tho 30thl Decembor, ho orectod for: posto eiitho ground, eb?cihbeing two fdoc: six inohe?ahoodeo thiea urfface piainted white, aed each iboit' having dfllxed t, it imo6tal plato withthd drdis° 'lease?niplled for" paintod therdbe"n" saW tli?s? phtot in tlheir 'placens on Fiday;,'tl?d 2?3id inost:" Applicant aloo.il:& posod'td"thto pDotint odf notiaoe at"thd6 Wardcli?'r Oflice, h idolborg,: ail" a,tho' Poiet. Oflic'e,lb edl'd Creek prodtco copy pf Mount Alexander Mail; of 2nid January, con taining'thoe otico ho?' als6 haidod In tlh writton conidont of a aicn 'nanmed Mitbllol, who Ic1dsna' portion lof the landl cund'ra m...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY. INQUEST ON FIRE IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
AND CARLTON 4DVOCATE. ;.,.ITHURSDAY4 5TuBE BRURItYs.'? r. NRQUJESW ON Fi4tE IN I1OTHIAM On Tuesday afternoon an inquiry was heI4,tonchingia fire whicl, ,occurred- on the 17th January last, at 17 Peel street, and the jury were of opinion that the house .hadpeen-intentionally ,set on firq, but the: evidence was insuflicient to sheet the charge home to any onie.' The affair is chiefly noticeablo from the co roner going 'ut of::his:,'%ay to attack insurance .companies. - It- seems .the house had been insured-forthe last ten years for £50, the. furnituie for. £12, and a stablein . the rear for X£5.1 The fire was extinguished before it had burnt more than a hole in the skirting board, and the ownei;has since sold the property for £120. Some of the witnesses stated they w}ould:i b t give ~£2 for the' whole concern, id "on the opinion *of: these wiseacres Mr..Coroner-,charged. the In suranco Companies with holding. out a 8rrfilmii~ tombif i e r torn n'to:comrnmit arson by accepting pdlicies...
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 26. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Mr. Bond, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
HEIDELBERG COURT. ` ": orinAy, JirMtARY 20.' (Before Mr.: Stiutt;'P.M.; and Mr. Bond, .P.') Leimbeig 'v. Dunstane. Stealin,'g wood. Withdrawn by 'conseniit. Ellis v. Gravcnor.-Prindsuhmmons.' The complainsant"in this case" i' a publican and storekeeper, residing iht Greensboroinh, aih'd the defendant is 'a butcher; carrying on busi" noes at Morang, on the Upper. Pleny road; aIr. Mills: solicitoi, appeared in supportofo of the plaint. There was no a?pearance on the pairtof defendant; :F.' W.: llise proved servinmg the 'summons.'. 'Served the. do fendant personally:on the 23rd inst. "Mir.. Mfills-I submit your worehips thait weoard entitled to an order. Defendant does'not appear. HeI is in contempt, but if your worships wish; I will examine Mr..Ellis as 't the facts; Complainant deposed thatesome time ago he sold a spring cart to defenlant'; the price was fixed at £i 10s;; defendant took delivery of the eart, but did not pay for it; asked him for the money, and after' wards took oat a...
MIDDLE WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
MIDDLE WARD-ELECTION. Mr. Cook will not be allowed to gain a seat in.the'Hotham Council without a contest. Mr. Thomas. Caine, of Moles worth street, Ifotham Hill, has, in reply to "an' influentially signed requisition, consented to contest the election, and has duly lodgpd his nomination papers. Mr. Caine is an old "resident in the borough, and is -wel'rknown. Being a gentleman of independent means he will be enabled to devote every attenition to the interests of the burgesses, while his having several properties of his own in the several wards of tile borough should be a guarantee that he will advocate measures that will' benefit the florough as ar whole.' There:is every probability; of very spirited contest taking place be tween the two candidiates.
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28th, 1874. (Before Dr. Talbot and J. Lobb, Esq., J.P.'s). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
]IRUNSW1IOK: dOURT. WRDNaSDAYJANUAuY 28th+ 1874. 0 S(Ilefore Dr. Talbot.and J. Lobb, Esq., J.P.'s). Fines were inflidted on two' persoo?s for non-payment of rates.;' ' James Haggarity :was, summoned by Mirs. O'Shea for wilfully damaging pro. perty. It appears ,theo parties aro, noext, door neighbors, and a wooden fence seopa rates the two premiseso. The faneo wasin such a dilapidated condition that calves and, other animals belonging to the defendant could find their way. through it, which caused a great deal of ill-will between the parties. As the defendant. could not repair the fence, the plaintiff employed. a. mano to do it, which so incensed tle do. fondant that he tireo tieoplings'down and pulled up throoe of the posts, bosides kick ing a bird e tgo'and a dog kennel belong. lug t the plaintill about the yard? in his fury. Defendmtr, In his dolnce,. stated thiat the fence belonged to him, and that hel was told by Ins legal adviser not.to, allow any person to dlo anything to it. ...
BANQUET TO MR. BARWISE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
tJBANQUET TO MR. BARiVISE. nA meeting of the committee ap pointed .to-mnak arrangements' for the forthcoming deiihnst?ation 'was held on Wednesday:-. It vas stated that uipwards ofoni :hundred:'tickets were ;isposed of, and that the banqteFt'is''ikely to prove n great spcces tyvas islso elicited ids the course of conversation ;that several Cduncillors-had 'expressed--an intention of absenting themselves owing to, a. difference'of opinion .oi puiblid. matters which existed ,between themselves.: and Afr. Barwise.: That such'feelings should remain in the minds bof sensible' men is much to. be regretted. :"Of. course there.. will always be a diversity of opinion on publio subjects, bht'it :is. the first time that we hav'e heard of'suh'. i senitiments". degene'raeriig into' , meore. personalfeeling. ,It is generally admit-, ted thatA'Mr. Barwise worked hrd, aond without 'remuncration,' for, the interests of IlIotham. Ifrhd l hid occasion tb differ; with:his olleagues in the Coun cil, whi...
BRUNSWICK MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
ST.... UTSE. .Tho, members of the Mechanics' 'Insti t.ute will bear in: mind that -the annual 'meeting.:takoes place on Friday evening next,- atoeight o'clock, when the report, financial' and- general, for"the past year will bo' submitted,' and the election of officers for 1874 will- take place. The nominations closed on Saturday last, and fronm aulist posted ip in tld readinig room we observed that 'the Hon. T. J. Sumnier is thýrotnly:rgetleman proposed- for presi lent; •srs cl r.s8a.d'.St.w', treasurer eIessrs..- fee nd l'ough for the office of v co-presidlst?,; iMr. "J. O. Cartwright. Ilibrariau; .Mr.,J. Clarke; secreorary; and the following gentlemen for the committee: --MIessrs.- J. Bedford, Joseph Clarke; L. H.?. Cogswell; J. W. Fleming, J. Hiekford, J.' Knight, A. Nicol, .T. Platt, TV. Pryor, A. 'Staley, Thos. Stranger, J. Tinni,,g, D. Toughu.aind Dr. Talbot.: As only fire lhave to beelected r will be difllicult to say who still lie suceeu5 efi. All the members ent red wouhld...
AGENTS FOR THE "NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
AGENrS FOR-THE "NOR `'H MELBOURNE .,1J aPy~rTIsg I!t~:JPXJ ITotia:n Dni. Xpnc,?7,&lt;2ueolsubrry t. Canrlton Mnr. J. Calaiudo, 6(Eliz both atroot, M'r. arogqr;Lt . Vgad. tlout Brun~wicina.vIok :''ck ogrEo llk Sdby~a road. d ' r Cobtiug : B.i4 Tui'ruian Sydnoy road:' ' a: Collingwood: Mrs Moiluolin, 194 Gortroil street.: 1'.'Es'st' dolfiingwoodi: ,1Iri, W:-1T; Capperl OVof lington etroet;- -°-- Fitoroy" .rcr.e.VpoodrflU 7r3uyl ioý atro Eltliam : Wr. /odrows. Meidolborg and Alp bington1r. - O'Kofo.
HOTHAM UNION CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
ITOTHAM? UNION CRICKET CLUD. A minLno wAv played In tnaeRoyl Park on Saturday afteoroon between ,he Hotham Union and the I nprial rioket O ubs, which resul:ed in a viocory for the Union by 4(1 ru.a: The Imperial went firt to the wickets, and were disposed -of for the small score o' 44, oaiefly through the fine bowling of M. Ryan, who obtained eight wiokets for tet runs, RIgera witie ten being the only: one who obtained double figures. After the usual time being allowed the Union took their innings, and uooeeded in making 84 before the last wioket fell, of .which number Fitzgerald by some nioe play obtained 16. Sucoliffe, who has been very unfortunane lately, succeeded in making 15 notout in hi. usual style. T o following are the scores : IMrPEIIAL 0 0. Biaumont, Ryau ... . ... ... 5 Pmayor, b Ryan ... ... .. ...1 Ssop, run out ... .. ... 2 R,j.rs, b Ryan ... 10 T. mage, o tttaob, b Sntoliffe .;. .0 H?ith, b Ryan . .. 2 G dadmith, h Rvan ... * . 2 II ilroyd, b Ryan ...* : McKenzie, i...
HOTHAM SECOND ELEVEN V. NORTH FITZROY FIRST ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
IIOTIIHA[,SECOND OELEVEN V. NORITIH FITZROY FIIUOT ELEVEN. This match .os also plavol at Fi'zroy, and th ugh the IIothanm oenond oloven wore fight. iogundor seraoon disadva.taces thoy managed to score a win. P terron and Itoburtaon, two of the host players, having boen promoted to. the firsat elevenoo, and Kmgesland, one of ,he b wlors of the team, not turning up, the Ilothomitoe seemed in a queer prodioament. If weovr, nothing dauntod tho liotham oap tain (Talbot) havy g woo the toso, sent his ,opconent, to the wiokets to the booling of Jolfrreon and White. .Jeffresou aeou' oega, to show he wss to good for thoe pposin batsmen, who oamo in like lions, but who soon retired lito lambs, Jlfreoson's mixture ,rovinc too hot for th.m. Tlho innings olosed for a total of .10 runs, Jeffoesn maunaing to oeoouo sevoc and Wnlto throo wcokets. lico bbonnnod lTffreson thou dnnuedtho pisl as the ropreosntatives of the IIothamn O. O., huto '?MliGmblon did not goc furthor than he middle of an over, ...
Cricket HOTHAM v. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
Cricket lIOTIIAM V. FITZROY. Last Stirday the l?-t elevena of those clubs met on the F.zroy ground, but as it was arranged for a two days' matoh I will not have much to say about it uunil after next S turday, when it in to be played out. Ou Saturday, however, the play was very good on both sides, the first innings of the lothbam shoving 62 rune, of which number P.r rh made 19 and Ha-tings 15 not out. The lPtzroy were soon die used of for the emall total of 27 runs, this result hoeing ohi. fly attrihbtable to'th- excellent bo sling or 31 Jir and IlLntangs. enoh of whom had the fine average or five wickets for 13 runs. In their seca.ld innings the II thaumitoe were not so fortunate, being all di.poaed of for the small score of 22 rune. The Hothamites again took the field, an befoloro time was called had secured none wioket at an expense o 32 rune. Tzo match so far does not look Soil for the latnam, hut there is nra telline ,ow the game may go yet, as if lIoir and Hr-tings are rn the s...
The Churches. NORTH MELBOURNE PULPIT. THE REV. ROBERT POTTER AND ST. MARY'S, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
* The uhurches. NORTH MELBOURNE PULPIT. O TIE REV. ROBERT POTTER AND ST. MAY '?, y IIOTIIAM. s. In Queensberry street, between Chet. to wynd and HIoward streets, stands the to church where the subject of the present is sketch officiates IDevoidof any approach Is to beauty, a cold yet substantial edifice, !r built apparently as the means or require. ao ments of the congregation demanded, the o building is not one likely to attract the admiration of a passer by, and when it viewed by thle side of its handsome and a well built double-spired neighbor, the 0 TYcsloeyIn Church, the contrast is all tile n more remarkable. Of course St. Mary's ii is as yet unfinished. The officers of the rf church probably sat down and counted n the cost before laying the foundation d stone, and put tip as muchrof the structure s as they could aflbord, preferring rather to d have ra plain unfinished building than a magnificent structure erected upon bor Il rowed money, and saddling .the worship S pers with ...
SUDDEN DEATH AT THE PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874
SUDDEN DEATH AT THE PENT J.IDGE STOCIKADE. -On Sunday. morning, between 3 and 4 o'clock, the attention of the warder on duty at tho.O.'divisioi of the Pontridge Stock. ade, was attracted by peculiar sounds is, suing from one of the cells under his charge. After repeatedly calling upon the inmate of the cell, and being unable to obtain any reply, the warder suspecting sometlhing -, wrong immediately passed word to the officer of, the guard. Tile keys of the cell hating been procured, and the door opened, the prisoner was found lying on his back, deaud. Deat must have taken place only a short time prdvioiosly as" the body was still warm. An inquest was held on Tuesday last, by thoedistrict coroner, on the deceased, whose name was Johln Jones, a bricklayer hy trade, aged- between 40 and 50 years. At the inquest it was elicited that tile warder on duty at this portion of the establishment has to divide the time he is ,n watch between tile range of cells occupied, by the deceased and oth...