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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

CI1ARA'ITY. A GRAND CONCERT In Aid of DISTRESSED of the District, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25T11, TOWN HALL, NORTH ~IELB. His Worship the Mayor will preside. Mrs. PALSER, Mr. ABmiE BEAUIMONT, ald other leading Artists, assisted by N. H. Wesleyan Gymnasium. Tickets, Is. - LTABLISHED 100O. I:r '1; f: iaBSCflI3i'. CAPI PT FOTAL AsSETS, us; CY 0 Local Directors: ý//AUSTRALfdi ,ANC11. JAXES OMIOND, Esq. 47x____yj f le-e, !%Uw,,, Chairman. ° __ -, Hon. 1. HEID, .LOC. £RISK$j CEýTE.Q MEASOrABLEJRATES OF PREMIUMS ANDW. NEWELL, Esq. L'A gents Wanted in Districts where Company is not represented, Public Notices. (Registered), THE GR?ATEST . SInsect Destroyer The world has known. Quite harmless to animal life, but un iE MOST poER L aled in dstroying Mosquitoes, Fleas, H Mlies, Pug , Cockroaches, Ants, Beetles, aýnl lMothls. Also Insects that attack I fl'lants or Flowers. N.11.-In order to use 1roRTEIN with profit, it is best to get an insect powder 4pereadter, through which, by gentle pres rT De of t...

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. CAMBRIDGE v. BALMAIN JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. CAMIBRIDOG V. BALMIAIc JUNIORS. Resultotftsi s d days pily :- - Cambridge, 1st innings, 79 ; 2nd innings, 81; total 163-Travis 11 and 12, Lyons 1 and 24, O'Reilly 18 and 1, Madden 14 and 6, Lascelles 18. Dunn, Elliot, and Ryan, did the bowling for'the Balmain. Balmain Juniors, 1st innings, 65; 2nd innings, 3 for 38-Barnett 14 and 16 not out, Kinane 18 not out, Dunn 17 not out. Lyons 5 for 48, Madden 7 for 48, did the bowling for the Cambridge. -IG.O.F. Trophy.-Hotham Union v. Loyal Abbotsford, resulted in a win for the former on the first innings by 92 runs. Scores: Hotlam Union, 118 Kipling, 283, E. Williams 283, Trott 20, Warne 11, J. Brown 18 not out. Trott 4 for 16, McCorkell 5 for 9, bowlcd best for Hotham Union. Abbotsford 26 Woods 7, Roberts 5. Martin 4 for 34, Hudson 4 for 44, bowled best for the Abbotsford.

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Movelist. The Mystery of the Inn; OR THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

li y of the Inn' on, THE DISCO0VERY Il THE HIDDEN CH l A/,iBER. A STORY OF TREACiiI:RY, CRI.ME, ANDI) REIMORSE. CHAPTER X~l.-Coox-trcni. "fllaxmma, I did not tan:t. An un natural strelngth leelmerd ivenl to loe. But 1 h1uked at the marquis, and for the first time he looked at lme, and I saw the expression of horrilied amoaze with which he had hec:eld his couesi disappeargradu. ally change t" one of the softest and divinest looks that over visited a noble visage, and knew that even out of that pit of death love had arisen for us two, and that h.nceforth we belon?ed to ach other, whether our ipan of life ehould be cut short in a momcent or extend into on eternity of years. His own heart seemed to assure him of thie came weet f:cd, for the nlext moment lie was renewing his stiperihman efforts, but this tilme-or our rescue and'his own. lie worked himself al?ng that beam; he gave another leap ; lihe landed at our side, and tore a way for us through that closaed door. In another five minl...

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THE NOVELIST. Poetry Mother. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

THE NOVELIST. Mother. -9----- BY WILLIAM LYLE. !-- Mother, dear name made saRred long ago `On Calvary, by lips that never err'J. How near to every heart with nature's g: Clow While language lasts, above all names preferred. Ko talisman like that to clrim our tears, Or wake the echoes of the sleeping years. Mother, behold the wildest heart grows tame Before that sound, no matter if the grave Is green above the old, beloved frame, : And we can scarcely find the low earth That marks her resting place, there is a spell Beyond all loves of which the wcrld can tell. Mather, the only one who ever died, And left no fault that loring eyes could see. - The or.ly :emory that checks our pride, And makes us us men whaterer else we be. The lint: that binds us-to all- better-thinegs, And r' ans the sweetest song affection Einrs. Stand by her grave ob, callous heart, and Fay That thou cans't feel no pang for all the past. Was there no curt unkindness which to 'nay Looms up a sha'dow o'er thy soul t...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editors' Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. JACK CARLTON PUTS UP A RECORD FOR PENNANT MATCHES. TAKES THE WHOLE TEN WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

CRICKET NOTES. ---^--' Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuensday Ercnings, to secure insertion. 1' lease place sai e in Editors' Ill. ' " SBy MYRTos. . NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. J.AK? CAnU.TOs-. 'UTs ?o' A Relion o, n.tPENNANT Mi1.TCHES. T.AKe. TtE WtioLt.e Tac WICKETS. LST Saturday was a delightfiul day for cricket, and a large number of spectators turned up at the North: Melbourne Recreation Reserve to witness the com nencement of the above match. Some surprise was expressed at the appearance of the two captains (Trolttand Houston) on the playing ground, and as they were anxiusly -exa.mining- tli-pitchr-conje? tures were rife as to the cause thereof. Enquiries elicited the fact that on the previous evening (Friday) the caretaker (Lee) Was watering one of the week-day pitches, when tle hose, which was laying across the wicket prepared for thli present match, started to leak, and'before being noticed had conpletcly saturated-oneindl. Of course under ...

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A SAMARITAN OF THE SLUMS. [All Rights Reserved.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

A SAMARITN1 OF THE SLUMS. B. CHARLES JUNOR.. 1.All Rights Reserred.] A young woman dressed in faded diaerr, marched one morning into 'thd dark, mouldy-smelling little cupboard, at the side of a small, dingy pawnbroking establishment, near Little Bourke-street. This gloomy recess had been the silent witness of some strange things in its time--grotesque things, sorrowful things, criminal things. It had seen red faced, jolly-looking women tumble in with hugo bundles containing, perhaps, bedclothes or linen; perhaps an eight-day clock and a box iron, or may be a pair of window-curtains anl a boiler, in exchange for a dress or a cloak th,.y had pawned previously. It had seen women with wan faces :nld faded eyes, step tremblingly into its darkest corner, and take out of a little iungry-looiking plrseO-thin- gold-riig such as is worn on ihe third finger of the left hand, and offer it with sinking heart to the hooked-nose person behind the counter. who stood to them for the time'in the posi...

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A.N.A. TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

A.N.A. TROPHY CO?MPET£ITION. North Melbourne v. Hawthorn.-Haw thorn lst innings, G7-Austin 21, Cain 13. 2nd innings, 69-Bennett 25, Ross 20, Kifford 9. -Bowling.-lst innings, Munro 4 for 31, Newman 4 for 23, Dawson 1 for 4. 2nd innings, Munro 2 for 27, Jackson 2 for .31, Gourlay 2 for 8, Stuckey 1 for 7. North Melbourne 153.-Stuckey 56, oA0mstrong 24, Munro 10, Rocks 10. ?1North won by an innings and 47 runs.' -

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NORTH MELBOURNE 2ND. v. SOUTH MELBOURNE 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 21 February 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE 2ND. v. SOUTH MELBOURNE 2sD. This match was played at the South Melbourne cricket ground on Saturday last. The North second again proving what a strong batting side they have by putting on 227 before the last wicket fell. W. Carlton gave another exhibition of brilliant cricket for 86, his strokes all round the wicket being greatly admired, whilst Jas. Howlett 31, Campbell 30 (not out), Doherty" 2, Rundle 28, Molyneaux 15, Ming 11, and Clucas 10, well kept up their reputation as good and serviceable batsmen. South has one wicket down for 5. , The following is the detailed score: .NosRT MELBOURNE. First Innings. J. Howlett, c Berry, b Marshall ... 31 W. Carlton, b Marshall ... ...63 31. Doherty, b Aughtie ...... 29 W. Molyneau, b Marshall... ... G. Moir, junr., b Aughtie ... . 0 T. Clucas, c Adamson, b Marshall 10 -tsundle, torAihason, b Aight ie .. A. Campbell, not out . .. 30 R. Ming, b Aughtie ... ... ... 11 J. Saunders, b Marshall . 1 White, c Jacobs, b Marshall .....

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

PosT.AL Nors. Postal Notes, from Is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are only payable at any 'Money Order Office in tohe Colony, from 10 a.m; to 8 p.m. Snat ~days, 10 a.m. to noon. Poundage under 1s. 6d .... .. d. - - ,,- 4s. 6d. ...... Id. ,, ,, 7s. Gd....... 2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od....... 3d. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmauia, Queensland,

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TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

IELEGRAPII IsIONEr OnDEoS. s. d. Victoria ... Under £5 ...1 0 South Australia ,, .0... 3:0 Queensland ... *,,: : .. 4 0 Tasmania ... . _, .. 3: Q Now South Wales ,, 2 0 Perth, W.A. ... ,, ... t 0 Victoria ... Under £0 .... 1 0 South Austmralia 4,,0 ... 4 0 Queensland ...: , :... 5 0 Tasmania ... ,, ... 4 New South Wales .,, ... 3 0 Perth, W.A ... :,, . '... 5 0

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MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

Mo0nE ORDEl OFiICE. Ofmce hours--l n.m. to 8 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noun. Payable in Victoria:- . Not exceeding £5 ......... 6d. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 - Is. ,, £10,_ ,-.! _?L5 -ls d. ,, £15, ,, ,,' £20 -2s. -Payablein4Ner Sotitli-Waleer8ouji Australia, Westerd Australia, Queens land, Tasmuania, and New Zealand:' s. d. Tot exceeding £2 ... . .. ' 6 ,, 1 5 . ... ... 1 0 ,, 7 . . ... 1 6 10 ... .. 2 0 ,, '12 .,.. ... 2 6 ,, 15 ... ... 3 0 ,, .17 ... ... 3 6 ,, 20 ...I .... 0 : Payable in Great Britain and Iireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India, Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: e. d, Not exceeding £2 0 . Above £2, but not exceed. £5 -" 2 6 ,, £5, butnot exceed. £7 - 8 S ,, £7lbut notexceed. £10- 5 0 anodt ice rersa (on payment, thle llyeo must affix stamps equal to poundage). ,Stamps of i~ew South Wanles, South Australia, Great Britain, France, Ger many,.Italy, anl United States, are ob tainable at the General Post Office, lelbour...

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POST AND TELEGRAPH INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

POST AND TELEGRAPH INFORMATION. NoRTli MiELIOUtINE POST OI'FICE . Times of Clearing. 10.5 a.m., 1.20 p.m., 8.20 p.m, 4.47 p.im., and. 12.0 tidklnightt. + Times of Delivery. 7 a.m., 12.40p.m., and-4.-0 p.in.

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

Nourn MaBoL-u ia Tows CooUscL. Mayor, MIr. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eastorn' Ward-Ir. J. Gardiir; Mr. W.H Ftiller, :P.;-ir. J.l arwuis, JP1 M"iddleWard- Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P.; fMr . C0arter; Mr.D. Wadick. We' te?mn Ward-Mr. P. Cost.llo; Mr. J.. Steel, J.P.; Mr. rJ. G. Petrio. lTown Olerk, Mr. B. J. Randall. :.Rate Collector, Mr. J. Kearneoy. Surveyor, Mi. E. Mclver. ,.;Health Officer, Dr. WVhitekor. Inspector, Mr. E. 'Magnuo.

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB. 24. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

QNO~ITH , MELBOURNE ! ITOWN COUNCIL. -4- .. : --= i.-'?. Present.-Thel Mayor (Cr. Fogarty), and Crs. Wad\ik,..?.rliner, Fuller, Steel, Carter, and Pirie. nCsUREPONDESCE. From the Public Health l)epartnent, asking hq: ounci!rto :;,iforn:w.thcm :if tlhere,were~any,private.-hosspitals! in the. jown" fii~i;iteri?rd_-Riceved, and the writers to he informned that there were no sclhi,:establishmennt at- all-; in Northl Mehl~bune. . From -tlio-.Department of Lands, relative to the Council's letter of the 11th imst., andl saying that the appointment of Mr. Gardiner in place of Mr. Randall on the Commnittet .of the Recreation Reserve had bi en advertised in the Goreerinent Gazette, but it shoeuld be advertised in a paper cir;ulating in theI district. The Mayor said the Airgus was the official medium of the Council:bitt lihe would rather see the local papers get the advertisemeint. .: Cr. OGardiner thoughlt isi matter should be ahdvertisq'in.the lonil papers.' Th6 Mayoi .Thiere aet wo. " \Vhic...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

LEGISLaTIVE ASSEMnLY. .Lortih iebout,---~-i?n; G 3. Prondergast, Fletniington-rohd, North Melbourne. :-:. West Mlelbourno.-Dr. W. Mualoney, corner 'OCning and Drybilrgh streets, North Melbourne.

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOOIATION. T?E usual fortnightly meeting f tile Northl Melbourne Branch was held in the Lodge Room onu Thursday, Feb.2Othl! the President, Mr. W 'Sholer, Occupied the chair, and there was a feltlattendance of officers peient. 1Repdrts on sick members, and tile last meetings of the Metropolitan Committee and Cricket Committee were made by thie :respective delegates. Four members--Messrs. E. and T. Rocke, R. Wright, and T. Malthby -were elected, and welcomed by Mr. R. Tragardth. The remainder of the evening was taken up by discussing the Conference business paper.

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DIRECTORY. NORTH AND WEST MELBOURNE. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

DIRECTORY. NORTHaNn WEST ME LBOURN E. - 'LEoIBLTbITVE COUCcIL. Members for North Yarra Province. -L-Mr. F. S. Grinwade, 346. Fliiders aIdne,, Melbourne; Mr. William Pitt, 476 Collins-street, Melbourne; Mr. Na thaniel Levi, Princes-street, St. Kilde.

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THE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

Tale CITIrzE S' A.-D Senoots' E. conslo,.-The final meeting of tile Committee of the above was held on Wednesday evening, when the balance sheet was read and adopted, which bhosed-Receipts, .1£12Z 6s. 2d.; ex penditure, £123 (;s. 6d.; leaving a balance in tihe treasurers hands of £3 1'Jos. Sd.; outstanding, £12 13S. Id., or a total credit balance of £16 12s. 9d. rotes of thanks wvereo accoirded to Mr..J. A. Scott, secretary, and dlr. D. P. Smith, assistant.secretary, for the effi cient and satisfactory manner in which they kept the accounts, and generally carried out the picnic to the entire satis tion of all concerned; also to Mr. S. Barker, J.P., Cr. J. G. Petrie, and Mr. C. Drake, for the business-like yet kindly way in which they discharged the duties of chairmnen; to Mr. W. Sholer, treasurer, for the safe custody, and ready application (when necessary) of the funds; and Messrs. T. Crosbie, A. Hayles, and T. L. Coleman, the auditors. PA.lMasTRY. in splite of the incelemeny of th...

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Novelist. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XXII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

1RnovciSt. The Nystery of the Inn; Ot, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIIDDEN CHAMABER. A STORY OF TREACHERIY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER lXII.--{(CcnIrEnD.) I promised him a niow that would certainly delighlt him. As the garden was plainly visible from the oak parlor, you can readily understand to what view I alluded. But he had no sts picion of my meaning, and followed moe with some relietance. -Bit his aspect chianged materially when, in walking up and down the paths, I casually remarked: " This is the lea-t inhabited side of the inn. Only one rom is occupied, and that by two foreinera--Madame sred Mademoisello Letellier. Yet it Ias a pleasant outlookas you yourself can see." "Is she-are they behind those win dows'?" he asked. with an ittpetuosity I could not but admire in a motan with so much t, recommend him to the considera tion of others. " I beg your pardon," he a3ded, a moment later, after a stolen glance at the house, "I know these ladies, and any thing in connection writh themn is...

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

1NORTH. 1'tELiBOUaITE POLICE i COURT.i ,. MO'eDAY, Feb. Before Dr. Lloyd "chairuan), and Mr. Wylie, J.P. IITEAI°INO PRU T. Henry Boddington was clharged as above-grapes valued ls., being tihe pur loined lux),rysitc?.-?:L ..Ha. plkadedguilty.. It. appeared that onFriday, at 6.30 a.m., be yns found in the garden of Mr. H.; Wickham, of Dryburgh-stree -,ith the fruit in hIis possessio and was 6iven 10 eiarge. Mr. Wickham said he did not wish to press the charge, as the yvongster had been three days in gaol. Defendant ras: discharged with a caution -. STEALING. A 0WATCH." .Henry Dobbine was charged as:above. He pleiided hot guilty. ie -was remanded to Foot~cray where the offence was conunmmitted. MAINTENANC E ARREARS.'::a Ellen.Barr v. Thlomas Bar, 6 tiain ten6iance arreirs. . Defendant asked that the case be ad journed fbr 8 days.---: i : Complaninant said her hushand was " livinig iilt another woman," which ihe emphairtically i'dnied.. He.: also " got tight." This lie also 'sidd winas ...

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