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THE HEIDELBERG RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

THE IIEIDEl3IERG RECREATION RESER?rE . , 3re unideistand that a movement is on foot haviig for its object the improvement of the Heidellierg Recreation Reserve. It is proposed to enclose a portion of the ground with a neat picket fence, and to plant trees; rural seats, form walks, &c. The antidiluvian cowshed looking structure near the rireris to be removed and a neat pavilion erected in its place. The fine old gum tree on the saute sidp is to be subjected to the same treatment as its fortunate relatives in the Fitzroy Gardens, and'thus be made both useful and orna mental. Wthen these improvements shall have been carried out the Heidelberg Rc creation Ground will compare favorably with hny other recreation ground in the southern hemisphere.

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

-' * oi s 01 - Ti:E WE "' " .ecoplo are not very much surprised that the All.England Eleven lost the Cricket match at Sydney---or more cor rectly speaking, ]ledfern, as the Albert Cirickot Ground is situatedtt in!thbt latter niihnicipality-indeed as a matter of fact ,it ould more snrprise mo if they achieved iiictory ; because they seem tobe unable to: compote with colonial cricketers, and when they ietiurn home they will have a ivory humiliating tale to toll-a tale of disappointed hopes, of- blighted ambition, in? short, of defeat-which is all the worse ihdin we rofor--to Graco's :letters 'and hdtice hows deltf.confident he appeared, how hd atl'ecoted to look down upon colonial 'cricketers and crickoting,-and proposed t1 teach the young idea hnow to shoot. The tables are non turned, the "?'osg' idea know most, and Mr..Graco's ad vied appears very mdlolililo iteahing his grandmother lto-.suck eggs. I noticeo South "Austrnliit is making great preo. pariations to receivoe tho--I was a...

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ANOTHER BUSS PIC-NIC AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

AN\OTIIER I BUSS PIC.NIC AT -IE?iIDIELII131RG. What may le called the second diver sion of the Melbourne Omnihus troinlpany-s employes held their annual p iu-nic at Hleidelberg, on Tutcsday, the 2:3l d instant., about t a.m. ; a cavalcade .onsisting. of six 'busses and Ita eonlmitsiar, t ,waggon startled front the cotmpany's stables in Birunswsick street, Fitzroy. The 'busses were tasteofilly ornamented with llags and ercrgrecns, and the waggon seenmed almost to groan beneath thle weight of an immense pyramid of good things nmade up in cases, humpers's,nnd baskets. A brass band acompanied the cavalcade, and discoursed sweot it msic along the line of rotito'ns werll' as during the day.. As .the. procession started from the stables the meon clheered, tlhed b'mbii--wn beg pardbon-the ladies swaved their- handkerchiefs, the children clapped their hands, and even the babies in arms (and they were not few) seemed to crow with delight. Perhaps in no other country in under the stut could pe...

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LARRIKINISM IN NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

LArIRI INISI. I0 N .NOlTi MEL. BOUIRNE. , For some time past thile neighbors living near a poiceo of vacant ground in Chet. utynd street have, suffered .considerable annoyance from boys congregating and indulging in-rowdyism. Thereis a school in the immediate neighborhood, and the daily disturbances hare boeen such that complaints?sere at lastmnade to the police. One morning last week {onstable Liddy made a raid. when the youugstars do camped. They woere playingan noisy game at cricket and bolted, leaving coats and hats behi0d, which the constable pounced upona and impounded as his lawful proy. Shortly afterwards the owners - - came u p to the watch house and claimed their belongings, when they were compelled to leave their names and addresses; and will in due course liguro before Ilhelocal bench. The attention of the city polico is called to a number of larrikilns who assoeuble of an evening in the loweor portion of Iouverio street, near Latham'sb rewory,. They are a terror to the ...

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ELECTION GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

ELECTION GOSSIP.. ¢Mr. George Godfrey ii'tho 'only can didato'for the North Melbourn' district who has publicly:nappeared before the electors. At a mooting hold on Tlhqrs day' cvening at the Volputior Orderly Room there was a large ttaiidi?icn', hand arr. Godfrey. reviewed;' the poli icai situation at great lenigth. o libe lievi' thiA gqntlezian lhas received snch promises of support na will induce dhin -to go the poll. Mr. levers is busy-,ini the Carlton 'district, ob'aiin ing promises of support. It is -said that Mr. O'Grady will be induced'by. his friends to come forward, and the name of Mr. Henry Claiko is also nien tioned. Mr. Munro bids fair to obtain a considerable share of the Good Ton plnr vote; as- Mr. Bulrtt hai'made'liimself somcwhiat unpopular tlhroughl his care lessness-and apathy. Mr.- CurtainI has a greht:m;iy 'friends if the' district, aifd in consequence looks upmonhis position is secure.' -1 r. Storey will be a formida blo opponent should lhe make up. his him to g...

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Amusements. PRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Amusements. PRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE. . After a very successful run, the Christ mas pantomime was ,withdrawn on n Satur day night to make way for Mr. H. B. Farnio's great musical extravaganza, en titled "Nemesis, or Not Wisely but too Well," one of the latest London novelties. 'Theo scene is laid at a Prench watering place, and the plot although simple is sufficiently exciting to make it more than ordinarily interesting. Thlis, in conjun. tion with fine music, gorgeous dresses, splendid scenery, and good Rcnuino noting, combine to stamp "Nomesis" as the best opera bouffo that has yet boon produeed is Melbourne. Calino (Mr. Lascelles) is about to he married, and Zidoro (rMiss Winston) is a bachelor friend who has committed himself to an antique lady (Mrs. Crosby), and desires to be released from his engagement The curtain rises dilslosing Calino presiding at a gay bachelor's party giveu byhim at the Naiad's Arms. After alauglhig fairowell, during which he has given a?way a variety...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Publications. HrEPHi NORTH MELBOURlNE ADVER. S"" TISER, Circulating ii .:Hothamn' arlton,.West Melbourne, Heidelberg,!Brunswick; I Ooburg,` Fitzroy,'Collingwood;'etc. - ,PptlpIoh edevery Thursday.'r .: -,': TOWN'EDITION-FRIDAY' i The price of the paper in Is. per quarter or 4s. per year, delivered,) payable in advanee. -ing?l?esem;*d. , "1 :,i. I c opieis .: A-:, " -II-V-; EHRTISEMENTS, ' ,' " `' Per inch , . . 8r,. .Standing notioes, as per agreement, ., , . r: "1 Tasnr-- su i OA.s : h+ "': - Advatisement:iWeceived 'tor ea ch iie~.iup to one p9'0 lokon ,the diy previous- to pubhi cation. ;! Eich radvertisement . should: bear upon tbe manuesript the number of inortions requiied:' ,When no instruia otns'aro ent' i refeience to the nnmber of insertions,, the; advertisement will be continued until .cohn= term-anded,; aind rcharged: accordingly. AAll orders to' alr ai disoontiine advertisements from :?Coburg, Brunswick, Collingwood, Carlton, and: Fitzroy, must be in: writing,: and forwa...

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CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

CRIME IN NOITIHI MiEL- . BOURNE, &c. The following extracts were taken from the Victorian Police Gazette : - Stolen from the dwelling of Mrs. Annie Mack, 35 Barry street, Carlton, on the 1st inst, a pair of gold earrings, knot pattern, with two gold taslals.pendent to rnch':-Stolen from the dwelling of Philip Murphy, living oltf?Treckyn street; opposite Tyronoe street, Ilotham, within the past six weeks a silver snuff box, " B.S." on bottom, figure of a castle engraved on lid.-Stolen from the dwelling of Ann Wood, of the Swan Hotel, Gertrude street. Fitzroy. on or about the 2nd instant., a silver lever hunting watch, 722, "J.S.W." on' out. side Case:-Stolen from the George IHotil, Victoria street, HIothain, on 29th Decem ber 1S73, the property of James Maguire, a black japanned tin cash-box containing about £50 in £1-notes and silver, some .'n the London Chartered Dank, one note had two pieces of pink tissue paper pasted. on the back where it had been torn ; also two white s...

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STATE SCHOOLS—BRUNSWICK. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

S'STATE SCIIOOLS--I RUNSWICK. '1 To the: Editor of the Advertiser.' : • Sir-,Thoholidavsof the Branswick State Schools were brought to a clo?e on 'Mon day the '12th inst; On thlo'morning of the' day it' wits a:plasanit' sight to seeo trops:'of "oliildreon from tho'ditlcron 'poiits .of the boiough. wend their course towards Sydney road ,where'tho .State. School is sittintcd. ,'Thoe folloowing, now n rraie m-n c eits cre inaugeratedon the: opening of 'theo school. The old State Schools 'sitiated-in Brunswick •road . west:anud Sydney roadl, have 'had Statoe:aid with-: drawvn,fromlthem;iinmd;'of course; they' w'ewo:Mlosed :' tuit to meet 'the 'augmented: "de?tand for' rooni' in :tlio"'codtral; State' Schliool: tho''bld 'Wdsloeyh'"Cliurch"' nid School-rbom? Sydney road,'"h vdbecen onagecd.in additions to the'Odd'. Fellows' Halli'and donstitttbed 'thlio Brupswick Central Stdto: School?; 1Thoi.teachers 'libdratedfraiiu the disbanded State Schools ,have'ibeen absorbed ilto the newly con sti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Drapers, etc. O OTHTE 'PE E PL-E Of NORTH MELBOURNE rC 1 L~L 'rrogl ediumiof your LOCAL NEWSPAPER, Allow m, to inform ou that I sbhall on MO~ XT, º EBI ARPY, Commence to dispose of my very Large S~ o eoGOOds At reduced Prices. Midsummer having now come upon us, we Tradera must prepare for the Yearly Balance And to effect a just and exact balance, the las Stook on hand the better, and the greater pact of a Trader's Stoclshould be if possible .Converted into Cash. This no doubt can only be done at .A laI5 WEl?VfO ED f,-iP'ro flit On Sales. Ladies and Gentlemed--I am preparing to dispose of all or any part of my Stock at NetL Cost Price. Indeed a ooni?dvdle'Mfkoe-T'y hoe Stock will be offered, and no doubt sold at less than cost. I ha , w tewa. and my Coequent-Success In trade, will to the thoughtful and reflecting portion of the community, be A Wair Meter ,IOecIT By which to survey my promisehaiidd·*en Goods shall:bese~ old Cheap Depend upop my Word,; Ladies and Gentle They 'jeh'all S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

M7Jiscellaneous : 1 LACKLcI NGl."'"B L.lt I U IN . .L)n C I NLAOIKNG. "" " Tho?e UNPARALLEXD,.SUCCESE ' of ME5 - COCK'S ItEISTERII I' ILAUKINcG has. now beeo cgnerally akliowlcdged, in c userjtibnco of its being h?thli S CIIEAPVI aInd SUPERI.OR1 to the imported articlo. It impart 'a black. ness and'brilliancy equal' to patent loather 'anu will n?dotstaiu or injure any fabrio. A mnost inpdrtant improvement 'in aMEA. COCK'S ILACICN?I has boon introduced which makcs,it impervious to all weathers,. " TESTIMtONIALS. Weo the undersigned Ilootmakers.. have tried MEACOCK'S-RItEGISTERED. 1LACK ING, and consider it superior to anyhiithorto used by ut." "' John Itosier, 46 Swanstbn - streot ?flEvwardRItyan,?t? Swanston streeoot Jattic, Nelson,. 113= Swanston street'; "J. Khight, Clarendon street,- Emerald 111i1: T. V. Smith, 81 ilrendon street,' Emerald HIill; J. West, 38 ,ud 40 'llrunaviok' streos, Collingwood; ltiohird .West, lHigh strelt, St. Ilida ; GrritA; "ooper,' 109 Brunswick street, C...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. (Before Dr. Lloyd and Messrs. Laurens and King, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 February 1874

Police. HOTHAM COURT. (Before Dr. Lloyd and Messrs. Laurens and King, J.P.'s.) HE PAID FOR HIS WHISTLE. - John Kennedy, being an anti-Sabbatarian and anything but an advocate of the Permis sive Bill, indulged in a frolic on Sunday, night near the corner of Victoria and Errol streets. His particular weakness assumed the characteristic, of the P.R., and meeting another larrikin, laboring under a similar propensity, a milling match was forthwith commenced, and a crowd of about 200 rowdies shortly assem bled to see the fun. News of the fray was at once conveyed to the watchful guardians of the night, and Constable Lyhane A140 instantly rushed to the spot, and fighting his way through the mob attempted to arrest the belligorents. lie quickly found himself on hs .back, being tripped by. the nimble Jack, but eventually succeeded in offecting the arrest of. one of the rioters.:. Marching him off to the lock-up. a rescue "was at. tempted by: the mob, but 1 Constable McCulloch 'coming up, the...

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REVIEW OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

REVIEW OF THE WEEK. The follofwing: extract from a recent number of ono--of our daily papers is worth reprinting, as it seldom falls to the lot of ordiinary mortals to advertiso their sixty-fourth grandchild:-_" HAecY.-On the 5th February, at her residence, No. 7 Capel street, IIotham, Mirs. G. IHaney of a son, danghteor of Mr. Thomas Jennings, undertaker, Queen street, being sixty third grandchild. JENNOIds.-On the 7th February, at -her residence, No. 4 Queensberry street, IHotham, Mrs. P. -Jennings of a son, the son of Mr. Thomas Jennings, undertaker, of Queen street,: being the sixty-fourth grandchild." I am sure the editor, publisher, and all readers: of the Advertiser will wish S?r. Jennings: success. If we had a few mnore success fill colonists like this gentleman I should fancy the Government would have no occasion to resume immigration. SMr. Godfrey hias no reason to complaini of his reception at Carlton the other: evening. Of course I suppose no one can: judge of any candid...

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BRICKMAKERS STRIKE. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

BfRTICKMA KERS STRIKE. To the ]Editor of the Advertiser. Sir--You have been somewhat misin formed respectling the brickrunkersand briekmalcors laborers' strike. There is little or no dispute in reference to the price for making. It is the seven shil lings per day of' eight hours that is the mounlain dutlloulty, which indeed is no rise of wages, but simply a reduction of the hours of labor, as seven shillings hais been the recognised rate of wages with but few exceptions :. previous 'to the eight houre movement taking place. WhatL ly the masters object to,- such of them as do n object, is if the eight hours system is to ;n be the order of the day they would to prefer to have the stipulated rate of wages at loft entirely with themselves; to say what they can afford to pay, and, as one e of the most influential of them stated at the public meeting heold in the Oddfollows' Hall on the 5th of November last, that if a the eight hours system came into opera Slion moulders would have to wor...

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BRUNSWICK CABS. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

BRUNSWICK CABS. To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-I wish again to correct some of " Brunswicker's " assertions. In the first place he is quito wrong in thinking that I meant the public were to pay high fares because cabmen reside in their districts. I merely drew attention to the amount of money spent in our district by them in order to show him that it is more to the interest of a district to support the cab men than it is to support the 'busses, for it is a notorious fact that where the 'busses run they drain the money from that dis trict, and the company spend little or nothing in return, and lot me also tell him that it will be a bad day's work for our tradesmen when fares do come down, for then the public will rush to Melbourne to make their purchases. All this I sup pose he will call making traffic, but if he was a cabman he would know that it is .better to carry two passengers for a shil ling than for the same. price, and I'cannot see what it has to do with our weekly ex p...

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THE UPPER YARRA RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

THE UPPER YARRA RAILWA Y. To the Editor of theoAdvertiser. Sir--Isce by the morning .papers that one of our Shire Councillors has been making a little speech in presence of the hon. the Minister of Railways and Roads. As a rule the speeches of municipal dig nitaries are not very apropos, but there are exceptions to every rule, and Mr. Trenoweth's speech on the occasion in question is one of these exceptions. Mr. Trenoweth is about the,only person here who seems to understand the importance of railway communication- with the me tropolis, and when he told the Ministor that " there was not a prettier -place within twenty miles -of Melbourne," he uttered a truism that " nobody can deny." But Mr. Trenoweth must have been mis reported when he is made to say that a railway would bring Heidelberg within an hour of Melbourne. I anm sure Mr. Trenoweth must have said " a quarter of an hour," and if Melbourno could be reached in a quarter of an hour what a place Heidelberg would become in a few...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Correspondence. " Charity."-Thle topic is too 'old-only excite ill.feeling-no doubt you will acknlow ledge the inadvisabilit of fostering such a spirit. ."AZmenadab Sleek."--Ield over. " Elector.'!-Plenty of time--akddress has not yet appeared. E.ducation,:'-.Declined.

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. (Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Laurens, Carroll, J.P's). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Police. HOTHA11i COURT. . THURSDAY. F?EBRWARY 12. (Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Laurons, Carroll, 'J.P's). The charges were not of a very important and oxcitihg nature. 'They may be summed - up briefly :-Jano 'Jackson, charged with stealing a skirt from E iza Caroy, was sent" to cool her heels in jail for'one month- with hard labor. ., Christina Hudspath was impris oned for six hours, with a caution, for stealing a piergla.s. A warrant was ordered to issue in the case of Thomas Jones for non appear ance. A case of assault ooupid' the atten tion of the bonoh for a considerable time As usual there was a female mixed up in it. Mrs. Mary Macdonald charged John Gallahor with assaulting her, and inflicting injuries from which she was still, suffering. Tho evidenuoe was rather complex, but as an assault had beeoon proved, the magistrates inflioted a fin of 40C. and £6 6e.. osts,ain default one month's imprisonment. Finlay v. Cartis.-Goods, £13e. 10Od. ; no appearanoce of defend...

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COBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FEB. 3rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

COBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FEs. 3rd, 1874. Present-Messrs. Hunt (chairman), McGowan, Kyle, Vincent, Christain, Mus son, Chapman, Dolling and Rea. COnuESPONDENCE. Lotter was received relative to delegates being appointed to confer on the desire. ability of a Mltropolitan Board of Works. Moved by 'Mr. Chapman, and seconded by lMr. Rea, that delegates be appointed. A letter from the Brunswick Council informing the Board that the toll.gate on the Sydney road has been lot for five months for £702. A circular was received from the Rail way Department and the Road and Bridge Department relative to a revised list up to 30th November, 1873. On an application from Mr. IIaydon for a crossing to be constructed to his house, it was agreed that not more than £5 shouldbe expended on the work. woRsS. The sum of £10 was ordered to be ex poended on thoe roadway at WestNowlands. On the petition from the ratepayers of Williams street it was settled that the street should be channelled and that the Ins...

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BANQUET TO MR. BARWISE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 February 1874

Q]ANQIUET TO MR. BARWI5SE. On Wednesday evening the banquet to Mr. Barwise came off at the Court House Hotel. ,Upwards of eighty gentlemen sdt 'ddwn-t?' a: .iiiy sumptuous repast. The chair was occupied by His Worship the Mayor (J. Fogarty, Esq.), and the vice chairb :by', Wa ClarkeEsq., J.P. After substantial justice had been done to the viands, the usual loyal toasts were given and : "appropriately responded: to. Theo, "Parliament of Victoria', was ac knowleged by iMr. Buret, who entered into an elaborate history of his political condutibo:bth, in ,England' andand:Victoria. qIessrs.Strutt and Arnold replied on behalf of the Volunteers, and the event of "the evening-the presentation of the address -then took place. The Mayor said eho had great pleasure in attending there that evening to do honor to a citizen who had performed his duty in a credit .able manner. , To be sure, there had been differences of opinion in the Council, of which Mrs. Barwiso was a member, but this might he e...

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