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NORTH MELBOURNE 2nd. v. FITZROY 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE 2nd. ` v. FITZROY 2nd. Carlton and Ryan sayed their team from what would have beenian inglorious defeat, by a capital exhibition of deter mined cricket, putting up a record of 135 runs for a partnership in the second eleven. The 'Roy compiled 186 in the first. innings, and the local lads 274; so that a lead of 88 runs is held with only a day to finish tile game. Our boys ran therefore reckon on another win. The following are the scores : FITzaor. First Innings ... .... 186 NonrTi MELnBOUsE. Carlton, b Snow ... ... 104 Ming, c O'Leary, b Snow ... 19" Howlett, c Staniland, b Snow 0 Rundle, b Snow . Rya;, b Snow ... . 66 Molyneaux, run out... ... 6 Campbell, not out ... . :81 McClelland, b Smith 2 White, c and b O'Leary ... 382 Doherty, absent ... Sundries ... ... 11 Total, nine wickets for 274 It the days to come this certainly will be referred to as the "mammoth scoreseason." Against Richmond.Enst Melbourne increased their total to 773 for six wickets-Vautin 254, Lewi...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
.TRAMWAYS,: NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GaRaafi BAiND al' PA] GR- EN LoIIT ATNIoTr. :First Car-leaves Fleniilgto, Bridge Week Days at 5.45 anm.; Sundays at 1.40 p.m: .' First Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at a6.7 a.mr. ; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. -- - Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge- Week Days at 11.5 p.m.'; Saturdays at 11.35 p.m. ;iSundays at 10.10'p.m. Last.: Car . leaves .Flinders-street- Week Days ;at:ll11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12 p.m. ; Sundays at'10.35 plm, Fare from Fiinders-street to Fleming ton Bridge 3d. - Connection made at Flemingtona Bridge with Mouonee Ponds Omnibus Line. Through Fare, 4d. Transfers alloned at Queensberry-st., to ,West Melbourne Line,; and vice versa.
LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHY. MELROSE JUNIORS v. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
LEE.MING AND Mc3IASTER TROPHY. MELROSE JUNIORs v. CENTRAL. Melrose, 1st innings, 82.-Hunt 16 not out, W. Leatch 10. 2nd innings, 2 wickets for 11. Bowling : Dwyer 6 for 34, Hall 3 for 30, Lane 1 for 15. Central, Ist innings, 79.-Taylor 27 not out, Dwyer 13, Hall.1::0. Bowling : Carroll 5 for 29, Coutts 2 for 11; Crosbie 2 for 22.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
,. .,,;;'"I I (eTELEGRAMS . 1 ' i'.Telegrains received 'at'aiin Telegraph Office addressed to? a'y place ?'ithin thl city town,'"&C' iii hich' such'loffic. is `situated, and delih ered free within : a radius of o'rid lile withiii i; radios of 1j miles, 3d. extra is charged' Urgent Telegrains charged double or dinary rates, andi depbatched in preference tb others To or from an yStation in Victoria. 8.30- a.,m to?:8p.m:. ?oe, . d. Nine words ..0... . 9 Extra .words, each .: .. 0 1 ltr. ~ r8: p.mi:td midnidght.i Ten words 0 Every additionalwo ... .. 0 2 'lidnight to 830' a.m: Tenu.woirds ... . 3 0 Every additional word : 3 . . . .Su.'np s... r·. . Messages forwirdedeto oflicoS open ofi Sundays, if dropped in the box provided' ior that purpose, at the Melbourne Office with fee enclosed: 830 a.m. to 93 p. . L 8.0 p.m. to8.30 a.m.! oenod . 8. .. . 3 0 Extra words, ecchi. .. :0 3
MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. PARKHILL v. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 7 February 1896
MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. PAIMKIILL V. E1. . . The abore uatch was continued on Saturday lost at Kew,andwhen-stuutmps were drawn the scores stood : Parkhill, 1st innings, last Saturday's score 7 for 176, Burke,' c Keahie, b Watnon, 81; Dick, b Piinagei~ 9; Brooker, not out, 11 ; Ford, b Watson, 2; Total 203. Roew, 1st innings, 7 for 178. Witchell 65, Littlefield 29, Greenhill 28, Robinson 15, Keane 14. "Bowling Analysis :-Fox 3 for 50, Pie 1 for 5, H. IRutley I for 58.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
Telegrains rekeived at any; Telegraph Office addressed" to an; piI ce withli the citye town, S.c in wel ich such office is situated, And 'dhiere free wvithin a radius of one mile; within a :aidius of l miles, 3d. extra is charged. .UrgentTelegrams charged double or dinary rates, and despatched in preference to others. _: : r , To or:froni any Station'inVictoria. 8.40 a.m;ito 8pm. ' a.: Nine wofils . ; .. , .. O9 Extr:w6ords ac1i;-i .' ''j` 0 1 After 8 p.m. td idhtig? iht ?"' Ten words., ... . 2,0. Every additional word'.. :: ...0 2 Midnight to 8.30 a"ii Ten words ... . . . 0 Every addtional vwoid .. O 3 *: S SoNDAs. ;. -lesssges' foriwarded to ffices open on Sundays, if dropped in the 'bo irovided for that purpose, nt the oelbourne Office with fee enclosed';: i : 8.30 ami. -to 9:80r.m. BA 9 ZT'U?[?"~~..:,? ." s .d: Ten words .. ... ... 2 0 Extra ordseach ... ... 0. 2 9.30 p.m. .to 8.30 a.m... Tenwords, . . ... 3 .0 Extrawords, each 0 .. 0 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
Established] . [1865 .' 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall, N9orthl fl ~el1boujrin . b; A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Greait Variety. Agent for IMVIelamne WleiEel's Pfatteris. IN.. S. PRINTING.. -4"ALL + WORK + FIRST-CLASS,*. At Lowest Prices, : 168 & 17O .QUEENSBERRY STREET,. TELEPHONE 1191, NORTH MELBOURNE. The following are some of our usual Lines ::? . : ., . .. Car s . cs; . ... do te~s (all sizes & colors), .:-*. . . . , ,C ard s, , , ; ':1 ea11s, 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 CARDSall kinds i colorss); k, BUCH AS STRIPS FOR WINDOWS: ' .ellin? OL" Sale_ Now On _&."', ___ rinrhters 8 170 EESERRY ST., 'NOFTH * MELBOURNEA . ie sllownh LAW prietORMS on sasteaiee :,i6g0 No1i7eb of Ohrner's Intention,.eu 1191, .17 queensberfiatret N0rth` ~llboune, " " TEL...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
SPosTAL NoTEB.ý .ostal Notes, from is.; to 20s., may, be obtained at all Post Offices, .but are only payable at any Money Orderc Office in the Colony, from 1 a.mn. to 8 p.m. atrdays, 10 a.m. to noon. . Poundage under ls. 6d. ... ... d. ,, 4s. Gd, ... ... Id. . ,, :,,, 7s. Gd .... ... 2d. :,, ,; 20s. Od.... ... 3d. : Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W.: S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, and riae er ea (on payment, the payee must affix stamps equal to poundage). Stansp of NeDw South Wade , South Australia, Great ,Britaimi France, Ger mnuy, Italy, and Uiitedl States, are ob tainible at the, Goiieriil ost Office, Melbourne: in?.tluantities not excecding is.'atone time. A commission will be charged of id on every 5d. worth of "nghsh and Foreign stamps purchased, anid. on every Gd. worth of Intorco lonial Stainiiio
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
. MoNEY OniIDER OFFICE. . Office hours-lO0 am. to .p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m;' to noon. ' Payable in Victoria:--. Not exceeding £5 u ..:...: d-..6d.; :: Above £5, butnotexceed. £10 - Is.: - ,, £10, ,, :,, £15 - 1s. d. ,, £15, . ,,.£20:'- 2s.. :. Payable in Nei Soith. Wales;. South Australia, Western Australia, Quicehs land, Tasmania, and New Zealaniid:- " . - ..; : ::: -^. ; ..: ! ^ ^. d. Not exceeding £2 ... ... 0 6 ,, 5 ... . 1 ,, „ '7 ' ... . ... 1' 6 .....,i . * 12 ' ... * ... 2 6 * ' . 15' ' * ..;". '... 8: 0 ,, 17 ' ... .... 6 ,, 20 ... ,:... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon,. China, India, Japan, Macao; Mauritius, United States, &c.:-- i Not exceeding £2 - ... 0 Above £2;, libt h'niexceed. £5 - 2 ' :6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 8- 3: "6' ,, £7, but not exceed;'£10 - 5 0 . .. . " . . : . : , . ,
SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
SsanlE.ns.-As will be seen by our Council report it is not intended at present to raise the salaries of the town clerk and overseer. Perhaps consider ing the state of things in general it is as well to let matters rest as they are for the present, and if business brightens, may be the ratepayers would not be averse to a slight increase. CoUNCILLORS' CELERITY.-ThI meet ing of the North Melbourne Council this week was a very short one, the correspondence consisting only of a few letters, and the recommedations of the different committees and " ordinary busi ness" being quicklydisposed of. Seven or eight years ago the Council sat as a rule till 10 or 11 p.m., and this "change for the better" is much appreciated by those having business in connection with the above body. Tur' LITTLrE BOY AND THE GAOL. On Monday, at the local court, Dr. Lloyd said that some weeks ago some boys, aged about 10 or 11 years, were brought before the justices for breaking 37 glass panes in St. Mary's Church of...
ANNUAL EXCURSION. A GREAT SUCCESS. A LARGE ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
ANNUAL EXCURSION. A GREAT SUCCESS. A LARGE ATTENDANCE. Tue annual excursion of the North and West Melbourne citizens and schools took place last Wednesday; the locality selected, after careful inquiry and delib eration by the committee, being Mordi alloc-the scene of last years festivity. The day arrived with a leaden-hned sky and a steady downpour of light rain, which made the elders look serious, and drive the spirits and hopes of the young sters down to zero. However, a goodly number, armed with waterproofs and and umbrellas, assembled at the Macau lay Road and North Melbourne stations, and when the last and fifth "special" steamed away from the latter place of "entraining"-to use a military trans port term-it was computed about 3000 had left for the seaside. The trains rushed past sodden fields, dripping hedges, and the excursionists were cano pied by grey and ominous clouds on their journey, but towards noon a bracing southerly breeze dissipated the masses of steamy vapour, and...
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE Tow' C9NmCIL.t Mayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eastern Ward-- r. J. Gardiner;'Mr. W. H. Fuller, J.P.; Mr. J. ýBarwise, Middle a ard-Mr.:T. Fogarty, J.P; Mr. G. Carter; Mi D. Widic?k. ;Western:Ward-Mr. P. Costello; Mr JOC. Steel, J.P.;!Mr. J. G: Petrie : own Clerk, Mr.rH. J. Randall. ; Rath Collector, Mr. J. Kearnmy. Surveyor, Mr. E. McIver. Health Officer, Dr. Whitaker. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. Tuc usual fortnightly meeting of the North Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodge Room on Thursday, Feb. 6th, the Vice-President, Mr. Jas. Pickett in the chair. After the routine business, three new members were elected: Messrs. P. Carrol, G. Oliver, and J. Henger, and welcomed by Mir. W. A. Watt. One proposal for membership was also read. Accounts amounting to £3 Os.10d were passed for payment. A letter from the Committee of the Town Picnic, thanking the Branch for donation, was received. Mr. G. R. Farlowe was proposed and elected judge at the forth coming debate, on Feb. 27th. An interesting paper on "Our Railways" was then read by ýMr. W. A. Brennan. The Secretary reported that the late Fete would prove a greater success than that held in 1893. Mn. J. GnEEN, auctioneer, wishes to inform his friends and the public generally that he has taken the premises, corner of Queensberry and Abbotsford streets, lately occupied by Barett & Co.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
:'" "''LIOlLATiE ASSEMOLYI :,Nort.h Melbourne. -- Mr. ,G. Md Prendergast, .Flenington-road,: TNorth' Alelbourno., .: . ;, -i i " i WiVst:iMelbourni.-Dr. W.: Maloney, corner .Oaniginginld DrybulghI'rtisrts, North Melbourne.oi-i ,*'rM, i" I: ,
NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Feb. 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 14 February 1896
NORTH ..MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. Mon?ar, Feb. 10.. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman) "and Messrs. Carter, Barwise, Bindon, and Fogarty, Js.P. ARREARS OF MAINTENANCE. Kate Do Courlay v. John Campbell. Arreas £26. The order for the main tenance of the child was originally 10s., but was reduced to 7s. 6d. Defendant is a railway employe. The case was adjourned for 7 days, and at' the expiration of that period an imprison ment order will be made. "TRAILING WHIITE PINIONS MEANT FOR STARRY FLIGHT." Mary Ann Pigeon was charged with being drunk. She sent a letter'saying she. was too ill to appear-being out on bail. The sergeant said the police had 20s. belonging to her. She was fined 5s., with 1s. cab hire. ,LARCENY AS A SERVANT. William Dunlop, who was prosecuted some time ago for the above offence to the extent of 24s., and was given time to make restitution. He was to come up on remand on Monday, bnt did not appear. He liss paid 10s. off, and Inspector Devine siid the benchl might now deal with ...