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CAUTION TO SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
CAUTION TO SERVANTS. A case of some interest under the Masters' and Servants' Act, was heard at the Heidelberg Police Court on Monday, the 9th inst. A ploughman named Canny sued his master John Cooper, re siding at Prospect Hill, for £2 3s. id., being two week's wages. The defendant denied any liability, because Canny was his hired servant, and had left without giving duoe notice. According to the 2nd section of the Masters' and Servants' Act, a man leaving his master's employment without notice is liable to hsave his wages forfeited. Under the 19th-section any complaint about food, &e., must be made to the master in the first instance, and then a complaint must be laid before two justices. Those rules had not been com plied with in the case of Canny v. Cooper, and consequently theplaintifl"s wages were forfeited.
THE QUARRY HOLES, PARK STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
THE QUARRY HOLES, PARK STREET. The- Borough Council of Brunswick has made a commendable suggestion to get the dangerous quarry holes filled up in East ]Brunswick. A deputation waited on the Hon. the Commissioner of Lands to sec if the £600 passed last session for this work could not be obtained= at once. From the wording of the " Appropiation Act" it appears the street must be really formed before the Government money is available. Under these circumstances it was suggested that prison labor might be employed on this work, and Mir. Casey requested that application should be made to the Chief Secretary. There is no reason why prison labor should not be utilized as is done at Williamstown and Portland. In some parts of New Zealand most important results have been achieved with such means.
SCHOOL BOARD—BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
SCHOOL BOARD-BRUNSWICK. The usual meeting of this Board was holdin the Mechanics' Institute on Satur day last, when there were present Dr. Talbot (chairman), and Messrs. Bedford, Breeze, Birchett, Hutchinson and Over end. Application was made to several of the ministers of the district to visit the State Schools for the purpose of inparting religious instruction to those children whose parents desired such should be given. The Board approved the visits to be made before or after school hours as may be arranged by the respective minis ters. The Board resolved on making a further effort to have a night school estab lished in Brunswick for boys over twelve years of ago; and also renewed their ap plication to have the buildings for a State School proceeded with without delay.
MECHANICS INSTITUTE—BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
MECHANIICS' INSTITUTE BRUNSWICK. The annual meeting of members was hold in the hall of the institute on Friday, the 6th instant., when the Heon. T. J. Sumner, the president, presided.. The business of the meeting was to submit the committee's report for 1873,. and the election of officers for 1874, and five members of committee for the ensuing two years. Tho?i'reort was unanimously adopted. Mr. Sumner, was re.elected president; D. Tough, vice president; J. Straw, treasurer; J. Clarke, secretary; J. O. Cartwright, librarian; and Messrs. D. Melville and HI. E. Pierce, auditors. Twelve members were duly nominated for committeemen, and ballot papers were printed with their names thereon. The result of thie election was the return of Messrs. J. Clarke, S. H. Cogswell, J. W. Fleming, W. Payor and A. Staley. Messrs. George and Melvillo acted as scrutincers. Votes of thanks were given to the returning ollicers for past services, and with a like compliment to the chair man, the meeting close...
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER SAlRY. The Annual Winter Festival of the Sunday School belonging to the church of St. MIary, Hotham, took place on Tuesday evening. This school has enjoyed a long run of prosperity under the able suoerin tendence of Mr. Hardress, and has an average attendance of 350 children. On Tuesday night the schoolroom was per fectly crowded by the parents and friends of the children, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. After full justice had been done to all the good things so munificently provided, the children sang at intervals from a selection of hymns compiled 'specially for the occasion, and Miss Rebeoca Murray and Miss Blanche Percy, the two leading members of the Church Choir, also gave their valuable' 0ervices.
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS IN THE ROYAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
wprevessairesurrris cun ururuuwoou INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS IN THE ROYAL PARK. On Monday a deputation, consisting of the Hon. J. T. Sumner, M.L.C., Messrs. Burst and Curtain, M.L.A.'s, and Messrs. White, Ryan, Dempster, R. Gibson, J. Munro, T. Smith, Mapleson, Hinds, Old field, and Henderson, with the mayor of Brunswick, and the mayor of Essondon and Flemington, waited upon the hon. the Chief Secretary, to protest against the proposed erection of industrial schools in the Royal Park, Mr. Burtt, introdu cing the subject, mentioned thatsome years ago the Minister of Lands consented to put up for sale the Royal Park frontages to the Sydney road, on condition that a superior class of residences should be built on them. Purchasers had gone to groet expense in erecting fine villas, and the value of their property would be seriously affected if a reformatory were established in the neighborhood. Mr. Sumner said the inhabitants of Carlton, North Melbourne, and Brunswick were entirely doposed to t...
THE SYDNEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
"' II? SYDNEY itOAD The numerous tradesmen to and from ielbourne will be glad to know that at last there is a reasonable probability of the Sydney road within the bounds of the city being widened. Tenders for this work were called for last week, and we trust to see it carried out without further loss of time. It is intended to take in about 12 feet on the western side of the road, forming it the whole distance to the Brunswick boundary. As the City Coun cil has been in receipt of 10d. in the £ from the toll fund for this special work since 1870, it is time something was done towards carrying out the arrange ment then entered into by the united bodies of Brunswick, Coburg, and Melbourne.
HUMAN LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
IIHUtAN Lo~Guvrrv.-A correspondent writce to tho Standard saying: Some soven. teen or eighteen yoears ago I know in Paris an old Englishman named Godrilh (originally from Leicester, I believe), who professed to bo, anod really looked, some eighty-five years of age, and who pioked up his living by hawking parcels of toa, hl chiof ountonnor being English residents in the city, with whom he was a great favorite. A few weeks ago, to my exceeding aatoniahmobment, I found theio old man still nlive in Paris, and looking, if anything, rathor youngor than over. Ie was still eaonrning Iis living in the old way, and his one great griovano soueemed to be tlhat ho had to mintniz his " idln vagabond of a boy who did nothing for his own living but doepended on the earnings of his polr old father." This "idloe boy" is, it noonem, an ol man of seventy years of ago. Thu coas is exceptionalas n flying in' theo faco of theo moat generally recolved theories on the sabjent of porsonal hablnits, for the o...
SIGNS OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
SIGN S.OF THE TIMIES. It is somewhat amusing to observe how the political vultures are already sniffing at the prey. Men, whose proper weapon should be a crutch, are calling for their swords. The £300 a year is a windfall which is worth a struggle, notwithstanding the chance of a cross-buttock. Members who have been apathetic and neglectful of their duties, are now wide awake, and are to be seen hob-nobbing with influen tial electors, introducing deputations and button-holing Ministers. Truly, there is a wonderful; galvanic power in the baw beo's which can thus resuscitate such political wind bags.
British and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
British and Foreign. Mni. GLADSTONE AND MR. DISRIAELI.-On Monday, December 29, Mr. Gladstone will have completed his 64th year, having ;been born on December 29, 1809, and on Decem ber 31 Mr. Disraell.will have numbered 68 yeare, having been born on December 31; 1805. THE SULTAN AND MARSHAL MACMAHON. The Sultan has telegraphed his con gratulatlios to Marshal MacMahon on the prolongation of the latter's term of office for seven years as chief of, the executive power in France. Toe insignia of the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Osmanlo,'set in'diamonds and-valued at £1,000, has been presented to the Marshal. - TrE REPRESENTATION oF. CORK.-A: con. forence of delegates from several Farmers' Clubs has been held at Cork,Tto consider the question of starting a tenant farmer for the representation of the county at the' next general election. A resolution was passed "That it was desirable to secure the direot representation of farmers by one of the class;" and a committee was appointed to ...
Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
"Facetise. A satirist says that modern society misses two "lost arts."-Conversation and blush. .The first nautioal person alluded to ii the' Scripture is said to have been Eve,' beeauso she was the flist maiti, There is a young lady in Yorkshire. named Price who sl six feet five inches high.. Peo ple:say thore,arqwomen abpyo prioe.., Poast?a?r.GeoQneral Croswell has written to the Prusslan direction of 'posts on ,the subjeot of wonoen in Government servioe. He reports seven hundred women .omployed nm the, postal department, +five hundred of whom are poatmistresses of local offiloes.. There are oeperts on all manner of subjects in theseday's of litigation : A woman testified at Norwich the other day, In a turkey iease, and declared she knew, theseturkeys ;" by their walk, their countenanoe and their man. ner of roosting." ' Some parties are diuanseing the desirable. nes' of teaching children to use both hands alike. Before urging this ambidoxtral .m provement, bad we better not wait ...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEB. 2. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Fanning and Bond, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
.HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEn. 2.; (Bofore iMr. Strutt, P.MI., and Mossers. Fan. 'A ningn nd Bond, J.P'e.) YOUNG' AUSTRALIA.-A young lad named Dawson was inlformd against for using ob. soone language in a public place. Defend ant pleaded guilty, and expressed his regret for having boeon sonaughty. Police Magic. trate-It is disgraceful to see a doeont looking lad like you charged with suoh an offence, You are fineod Is. and 2s. Gd. costs, and I hope it will be a caution to you. No RENto.-Edward Williams was charged with driving his horses and dray along the public road without having any reins. Con. stable Hayoes deposed that on Tuesday, the 27th January, he mot the prisoner at Al prhington. Defaodant was driving two horses in a dray; he was sitting in the dray, and had no reins. Defendant said he had to take out his reins to tie his loading. Fined Ge. and 2s. Gd. costs. GONE TO TIIHE POINT.-James Kerr was charged with a siailar offence. - ?r. C. H. Robinson asked the bench t...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
10 ; ... SAND CARLTONADVQCATE. ' ^^XH^B.Sfp , -gE.BRUARY 1Tn., .T"rot '.mtepayers of, Hotham ;€ire long sufferinpgýpatientpebple,:or they never -wdli'd'lBhivye'iidured for so many' yeare ,th.e: afiarieshicli are fortnightly per ' rmed LL tlie'CouLicil Ceitiberi'of"the Borough.. ,i"T.he rancorous party feeling which exists and flourishes therein with "outiflet''orii dranc5, hi^ lonigjbeeni" i disgrace t-o"every- ori implicated in the --dperpdet-utjo of the nuisance, and it is desable, fjfthe interests, of the rate .,;payerparse ,to;boconserved, that 'a ter iniination of the present unseemly and W'i,?etched.'strifedb6 -brought., about 'as "' ed-ly'si's '"posibld:'" 'Hitherto this .journal,,iiq gst6od aloof,' . desiring: to occnpy and maintain a. free, frank, and io idipendent;codrse of,- actionpli'neither truckling tii'thiis ptrty nor pandering -to-that.-' Not contet t- wiihconfining the scene .df trif 'to the room where the- shade bf justice hovers 'in impene trable-i ?| 1' giloom,.'...
THE MIDDLE WARD CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
THE MIDDLE WARD CONTEST. The 'polling for the election of a miember to serve 'in the Hotham Borough Council, in place of Councillor Barwise, took place on Tuesday. The contest appeared to excite a considera ble?r'anmbunt of interest among the ratepayers, and bets were freely offered and accepted on the event. The "knowing .ones " were --sire that Mr. Cook would be the fortunate man up -to-the-last-moment, but the result appearedto take many of that gentle man's friends by surprise. It will be seen that Mr. Cook run his antagonist very close. The following were the numbers polled : L1 ICaibe :;:..'._. . ....v 192 Cook ... - .. ... 168-= " a Majority for!Caino;a... :i24. " Mr. Caine,. in :returning thanks, said he would endeavor to prove himself worthy of the confidence -the ratepayers of the Middle Ward had reposed in him. He would look-well after their iiteerests,'and wouldi-be ever- ready to' advocate all measures calculated .to add to the peace and progress of the Borough.:- Mr. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
Publications. THIE NOIRTH MELBOURNE. ADVER. TISER, Circulating in Hotham, Carlton, West Melbourne, Heidelberg, Brunswick, Coburg, Fitzroy, Collingwood, etc. Published every Thursday. .il .' TOWN EDITION--FiIDAY: " j The price of the papor is ls. per quarter o 4o per ye r, delivered, payable, in advanc S ?ingle copies,'ld. ., ' ADVERTISEMENTS.. Per inch "'.. ... ..; 3s: Standing notices, an per agreement. STERus-CAs. . Advertisomnients received for each 'iasueu to one o'olock on.the day poevious to publil cation. Each" dvertisement should bear upon the manuscript the number of insertion& required. Whhn no instructions ero'se[it i -- ef, erpnes t. the nusober of insertions, the advertisement will be odntinuod dhLtil :couhnt ' tormanded, and cbhargcd accordingly. Al 'rders to al~r or r discontinue advertisomonth from `Cobitrg,.. Brunsick, .Collingwod Carlton, and Fitiroy, must be in writing, '.and forwarded, to the oficoo, '35 Elizabeth street north: All communications intended...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
.ite resarnswx Ps apers, ete.;, MAD E LIl NE -? US E, a 1I 0 o f rner q:f 1M4DELIlF QUEENSBERRY STREETS, CARITION. , .u e e.l -rt ,Y Whelentirelaalanqeeft ummer Dress ate??,Itit lustr et, Tosers, ft one 'a ýs ot rirtry ohi t SCTonA, whi toh must be oolm .LsJ 0 1 e hreter repartment.. cf "'uisrX~,.ýB. gg #fol .,tb5 p, slihtly damaged;r2l;d. and 3s. per pair; aud a uantity ODblMSTSW m'add RINANTS in Carpets, Flooroloths, Curtains, Calidoes, ,lsonh eOILS 14 oli±' al ,o ery and_ Trimmiing Department. Deal i. gdndrrloth of'Women'a msidOliildion'e Hoad,)lipoke, 0love; &oj.l toIecloared out; and a quantiof Trimmings, Buttons, Fringes, &o., to bd sold by the card. sIJzl i oo÷ u'' Show Zoom. ' iulrLadi6s!landsOhildren's diat?, in all shkpoes; Trimmed Hats andlfillinery Bonnets; lfads 1 pastmoaPnlo?mssrs,.?d Skirts; Capes, Mantles, and Jackets; Children's Pelise mndFrocks. AU-marked down to sell at •t ns; ?. .' Outfitting Department. esdw ". everai Lneu in Men's and Boys', Sit...
Tales, Sketches, &c. A BROKEN BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
Tales, Sketohes, &c. A BROKEN BRIDGE. Whilst all this atormof onflihotin thoughts' was whirling through my brain, the turmoll outsid was diminishing. The wind had hushed for a while, and across my face there came for a moment a sort of ruddy glow,. the last beams of the sun settling rapidly into .the sea. .The vapors divided for . moment, the huge dark mass of a mountain frowned down upon me-for a moment only -then the clouds encompassed me once more-the glow died away-the awful gloomy grey of night began to, gather in upon me like a net. Should I drop into the sea, and'end it all ? To die in the dark would be more horrible than anything eleo. Even on the quietest most reaigned death-bod, the loss of light Is the most disquieting trouble to the depart, lug soul. Light I more llght I is the last cry of the spirit in extremity. And now it seemed as though nature had determined to spaereno no panMg o a the gathering horrors of my doom. Darkoeess and despair were sottling down u...