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THE NOVELIST. Poetry. Changes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

THE INOVELISTE ploett\2. S Changes. Changedl Yes, I will confess it I have changed ; I do not love you in the old fond way; I am your friend still; time has not es tranged One kindly feeling of that vanished day. But the sweet glamour that made life a aream, . The rapture of tlhat time, its glad content, Like visions of a vanished home they seem And yet I cannot tell you wh:n they went. Why do you gaze with snuch :ceusing eyes Upon me. dear! Is it so very strange That hearts, like all things underneath God's Should sometimes feel the influence of change! The f, t~e 55ij tae-foilisg-f-trees, The stars that seem so fixed, and so sub lime, Vast continents and the etemnalseas-- - ill these do change with ever changing Stime. The face, our mirror, shows us year on year Is not the same. Our dearest aim or sneed, Our lightest thought or feeling, hope or fear All, all this law of alteration heed. How can we ask the hulmnn heart to stay Content with fancies of youth's earliest hours? hoe yea...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Courier And West Melbourne Advertiser
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THURSDAY, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

TIIUnSDAi, Feb. 27. lefsreD r.Lluoi(chaliiiman),and. Mesars. Barwise, Bindon, Fogarty, Carter, Wy Mciirthy, anid Vl aistib, Js.P. LARCENY:. ." Chirles Ettershiaiik was charged with stealig sixarons. ... r - : Arthur E. Browrn said tihat he was a draperin Errol-sticet;On tlihe 22nd June, 1895, I;e lost six-iprolds from the shop, but in ansier to Inspector Gray said lihe did not lodge information or apply for a warrant. Chbirlie- M2iddle.toii sa! id that on the 22nd June, he saiw the prisoner running from Mir Brown's shop with something under his arms. Constable Hedger said ilat he arrested the prisoner, and that Mr.: Brown after .rg. ..g him ?t o :d;ooad ? 'I hrying-hin up" subsequeitlr wouldl hsve nothing to with the case. It wasin consequence of Mr. Brown's earnest desirei to recover the property and bring-:thlo 'prisoner to justicetht witness swore the'infornmation. The prisoner was discharged. onr'E OUS BODILYrHARM. - John Shields and- Thomis Hogan were charged with inflictiig gr...

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TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

1n[' oe~r i P:LB'iCl IETrIriio No rth Mclbourne .M.!& Y.W0.CA. will hold the fifth anuniversary meeting, at :the Rooms;, Errol-street, ont Tuesday eoe iise, 3iIrd March. .:,? . ,;. .. : , , . . •I:ER from thie celebrated llurtoi Brewery. of 27 Stanlcy street,: \eat Melbourne, as a summer drink, now reaches a degree of per fectobn for' whlich rival firms hae oIdng striven in vain. Being composed solely of the purest materal -,.ivstl .w;h oskilfully_Usedu in accordance with' the Ilatcst developments of scientific.brcwsing, it.can be commended to eotnoioseurs not only from principles of patriotism, Utit also for their own benefit. Ask for Blrtone Beer ;. and see thitl you get it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

Public Notices. Al M. W. SRIFFITHS, Boot & Shoe Warehouse, C17 ERROL ST., NORTRH IELB. NEXT Doon TO R. L. YOUNG, DnAPEP). Country Orders punctualy attendedl to. Boots .Made to Measure. Fit Goaranteed. RIEPAIRS. Workmana on the Premises. . . BRANCH": MELBOURNE ROAD, NEWPORT;... : . For WEDI)DING RINGS. IEEIPERS, DIAN~ON~D INGSB, ENSGAGE . INT ]INGS, JEWELLEIRY of. all kinds. SPFCTACLES, and SELECTROPLEATI'D WALIA E, TOWN HALL BUILOiN0GS, NORTH MELBOURNE. CG--Watches, Clockse, anld Jew-ellery Repaired. AllWork Guaranteed. Sicze Cards of I 'nls and Prices sent on application. FRED, J, BREARLEY, A: rchitect, 156 Roden-st., West Melbourne. Mem.,or o Aslstw- Certificatod from Science & Art Dept., London, England, and The Working Men's College, Melbourne. Medallist, &c., &c. Ililding Referee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Damb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant Instructor Theoretical and Practical Carpentry, Work ing 31en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

..: 4·% ________ - d ___ : 7~ 29 _____- - ~_ _ ___ _ __ __ --- -- __________________ - - -~--=--- -i-~--=---=-LT1 _ _ __ _ CR" I IBfJ IP I a · f~n:h~-~l;~ ,(EEI \·~ufV)~1Y~Y~r ~L*i·~ COLONNAM- BRot Bazaar, 1 ERROL ST,, North Melbourne. Try Leeminig's Ladies' Tani Lace Shoes, neat caps, 3/11: per., pair; marvellous value. Ladies' Glace Lace 'Shoes, 4/11. Bn!ltton Shoes,_5/1L. Ladies' "Reliable" Bals., ne'at toecap, 4/11. - Qteen Button- and-Bals ?j-5/11 Ladies' Glace Bals., 6/11. Button Glace Bals., ivorked button holes, .7/11. Gent.'s TanSedan Bals, 8/6. Gent.'s Tan Goodyear Welted Bals., 12/6 ; special value. Gent.'s Dress Bald. 4/11& 5/11. Ladies' White Shoes, Lace and Button, 3/11. " REPAIRS a Speciality, and - Finliehd flai5Gy: I Large Staff of Skilled Repairers kept oii the Piethises. BOOTS for CHILDREN Lengthened when too short. Largest Boot Shop in Victoria. Best Value for Money in Australia. W.LEE M INC COLONNADE BOOT BAZAAR, 1 Errol Street, NORTH MELBOURNJE T. H. AL...

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SECTIONAL TRAM FARES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

SECTIONAL TRAM FARES. O)N Wednesday evening.about 40 to 50 influential business men of the town as senmbled in the Council.Chamulers,- North Melbourne .Town Hall, to consider whiat sleps were necessary to establisl Id. sections on the North Melbourne Tram line. ? The Mayor,(Cr. T. Fogarty presided; and OCrs. Wadick and CUarter, aiid thile Towii Clerk, weii?i also I present. ilr G :C8. Arnold, .the lion Serelary6 read itlie:miniutes of a preliinihary nmeet ing hlield dn' the 21st Thlieywere con tiued on the i.motion of Cr. Carter, aecoideed by Cr. Wadick. :-i: -:Tli' Chai;rmah: said it was evideik lthat tlie business poploe and residents of ihe town were bheing 'unfairly tr~eated. It eras time tlihey were bestiiring them seles, noi a great deal of the trade fron tiihe northern districts wans leaving tihe tiiown. The Railway-Department ran pieoile right throughl to Flinders-street for the same fare as to North Melbourne: and it had been decided that the Council and ratepayers should m...

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WIDTH OF TIRES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

WIDT)H OF TIES BILL. MBIc-lnhas hee?said and written for soineyears liast bout the reckless e., penditure and waste of pult'ic money in our various Govermnenital deptlutments and institutions, and in many cases ro medies haIve been applied to rectify or muinimi-se the es ame.--sAnd -?vh-letha steady decrease in our rvenueo has made drasd ?ibietrenlre iffiict ini our ei'xpendiuri . imperatively necessary, it is embi'rrass ing to witness the recklessnesso dispined by the guardians of our public purse, in wasting valniable time and coiisiderable sumns o(-.money in the preparationi and Irintig of useless Bills; and in nullify ing the principle features of good Bills, which would ? b? usoeful and of public in terest were they not fleeced of Itlheir re deeming features, nor nselessi~ny- perniciotis amendments made thlereto. The Bill under review, or with hichu we purpose.dealin-thle "W)idth-of. Tires Bill"--LTiay be catalogued among the latter. When we look at the :ignomi iibus failure?of...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

rVICTORIA'i FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tir, usual weekly niecting of the above society was held at the Bull and Month Hotel, Bourke-slreet, on Friday evening, lIst l'Fecrhary tih Prkesident (Mr _R. Fecrguson) in the d'alir.' About teenty ueihbers present . " Mr. A. Moon acted for Mr. Murduch (lion.:seec.) who had not arrived back from Ballarnt rhen the meeting opened. The miiutes of the pierilus mneeting were read and confirned. COIRIIISI'ONDE.CE. From Mr. R. O'Connr, WVcrribee, otating.tlinat good blaclfishing was to be obtainedl after the recent rains about the township.-? eceived.. From Dr.' Wollaston, Trade and oCustomns Departmnentl statilg tlnta close sniison for the whole of the colcny would bh gimzetted. • ANGLING IEPOnRT. -Nofish-wer-weigled i, fr-the Aires' Trophy. on the 19'Jth and 20th, which will be competed for again on a date to be fixed. .Messrs. Anderson, ':French, Twilght, and: McDnough cnaught sonme line fllt head at Willianetown on the 16th ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

ANGLING NOTES. -4--- ANGLES' DEPOT, PnERFPci~s Cu AnL BO~uas C3IIO I\ELL JSUILDJSGy, o S~j. £-Goui SrnI~r., MELIuRniE. NORTIH MIELOUR?NE RECREATION RESERVE.--REGULATION. W BEREAS by the Crown Grant issuid in favour of theBoardnl of Landand Works and. the Mfayor, Councillors, an(d 'Burgesses of, the Town of Hotham (now called North Melbourne), in respect of the North Mcl blurne lccreratibn lReserve, it is provided and declired that the lal thereby granted, and the buildings for the time being thereon, shbll be inilitained and usled. as and for. a place for:the recreation and amusement of the people, oid olices: and :conveniences connected' therewith, underd and in. aecord ance with: such Rcgiations as shall fromlit. time to time!be midd by 'the Gorernor'or Administrator. of the Government' of the Colony of Victoria, with the consent'of the Executive, Council,:thereof,: and in the' meantime under andina accordance with the regulations madte by the Board of. Land and Works in respect o...

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METROPOLITAN MATTING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

MIETROPOLITAN" aMATTING TROPHY. nCambridge v. Baliriain Juniors:--This match resulted in a win for the Balmain: Juniior by-i- ickets nnd m ru. 0 iniI bridge, 1st iin?igs',:'79;. 2nd ilinngs, 8-1; totil,; 103I :'iBalmiiin Ju'nioi?; Is. innings Go5; andl inning.;eGf for *99;' total, 1 G_. Kinanej4 nliot out, jrne)t 80, batted best for the winners. O'Reilly, Trnvis;-Lyons.-Meaddenrall -O'Mearar bowled best fortholinserse ..'- : ,*',*-?':

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

CRICKE NOTES. ;crretarira ,.intr srn l in their Reorslte not. lattr tha"ccc I rody i'Ereaingsq to scwre inoertioa. PledI'lci apce same lii Jditore' * .ao . , i ,. i ;:D BIy;TIT:TD'N. :'. I ITIN RC OLO:ONIA i?i RICKE'T 0 MATOH.': :· '' ,VICTOR IA" sTH Trr.sTR LTJIA. ,JacK C.ItLTON "Wtls.- THE'n iDot?hfitt AVEuaRE. Tilc twenty:iidd i ialch lbetween tile ab.vec.c ,ices ltas resulted in .tin for South Australicahy ten wickcets.,: 'As. the elements werc- ia.portant factorsa i thl ib1ringing alhoutt of this result; no, dt.filinto ideac:an be formed a:s .i the respective mcrits,of :the two colonies, with tie rxcption tihat in their hiurrican:e I)tler, ,lines, the :icitoro hIceve a rtccndler icl cc, te wickets ccmtl:cr 't1 hIt 0ocwlhci tihe irrescnt mltch i.ts been Infigiht out, is alishlittly nitpli?,aol; . '.loines'litlicg average in the secC;iil iliiings )provrts this, for ice ihat tlicceefor 9, four for 15, and raptur'd the lrst twoo:without anyv addition being made to the scorc, fintic...

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LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

TLEEMDI G NG D cMCII7STER , ¶LO TnOPHI. I T Pelicanis v.': Ce?tiral--Tlhis matcli resuilted iin a ,iiifo the former bIy il runs. : 2;-= , ;Fer~dalc v."~Totlh Melouino. Ex n!ior. '-This cinateh:resulted in a win foir.:the Excelsioiby s51 runs. is this new ? Two luT - -the M gorgen thorpo and Gettesbirg-nwere. playing their annual ieatCh on the ground of the lormer. The latter hatted first, and pllt together a very respectable total. The Morgenlthorpe tlhen startedl their innings. One of their players-iln fact tlhecir best batsimeni-was suffering from a pain in lthat region, where we are told a little wine is a universal panacea, so lie hied hin to the "pub. ceross the nay." A couplle of "experimetts" wrere niecessary before the expected relief camte, and hle then felt he was "quite up to Dick." On his way back to lthe ground hle wa\s told the side was going along lsplenlidlv; only a couple of w;ickets down and they we e wintning the tmatclh; This was enoullgh fir our hero, as hie wts...

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MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. PARKHILL v. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

MEL 0B OtRNE SiORS1)flJ 8 Ti T1R0PHY. P'' RKIII.I v5~P~ .i' KEW ThI1 c le cub??net for the second tilmoe hif sicason, on the grotod of the formerR yal Perk and wlio thestumps wcero dra.iwethe.Perihill had put together 191, o wiichE. Fo), 79 not out, batted splendidly.'? i."?? g¢ ' sp ' ill, linen gs, 19l-Fox 79 notout H Rutley 37, A. Madders 1, E" Rtle 14, )PescbeyS10 were tlo principal scorers _______________

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CHARITY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

'C·lAAR ITY^ CONCERT'.' A vern enj.yalie concert was held in: the-:North Mielbourne Toin -HIall, (onI Tuesday eveniig, in aid of the distresocd of .the diotrict~ andalthoughl the anu dience wins aslewlht dliniieli owin0 g to inileidency o1 the Iveatliehr i h l se that were present were treated to a first class musnial progrtamiinu san ? ;lesincsl the:r pti-reeuatiun if it id.ailu ehniistalalicle nmanner. Thle Mayor (Cr. T. Fogarty) presided,-and explhined in a few intro dectory remarks the object of the effort, which he plinied oiut -was desersing onei and one that apealvdd tio hlnumane I and kinidly feeliungs. li sail grneat credit a-dnue to those whlo had werked up :the: ciuet , anid iheyl wer e.nlitiled to the warmest thlanks. Mrs. C. E. Roberts, the hIon. secretary hald worked in a most indefatigsble.ananner, u and de sIirved tlie-ligheliet mitse for her self denying efforts. The programmnle was then takena.in hand, Mr. P. Alexander atinga- .accaionnist.l Thi e overturd was plav...

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"PERMISKUS PARS." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

" PERMISKUS PARS." -4---3--- (By RotsJ.) Toe f oi of 1tla . -li 'H of Parliamcnt, over the new Railway Bill, was productive of a good.dienilf-lumor; and it is no wonder that the Council, at tilhe c nclusion of thecir joint labors, dunbbrd the experiment a "highly satis Iactory" one. Fit P erald, Mi.L.6,,.with true conservative logic, carefiullivxpliindil that our past experiences of commis sioners who .were.appointed.for long terms were disastrous. Tlihen le cahuly proposed.to make the next commissioner rrealovahle for a period.eof seveni earis! The Council thought to draw a hrrring across thie track by imnch i? ilktiiainfthae necessity for allwing the outside com petition f :uaiididatls fort:he niwa Sim-. miissidnership i" but wlieici it: r" scen" that they particularly desimed to increase the proposed remuneration of E:.£O00. per ainnum, to double lliat figire, theio Assembly smnlled a rat. " What, thle Council increase w.ags!''" exclaimed the M's;L.A. ' "'What i nex, pray?" i It ...

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

TELEOGRAMS.. Telegrams received at any Telegraph Office addressed to any place withinu the city, town, &c., in which such office is situatcd, and delivered free witlhinl a radius of one mile; within 'a. radius of li mniles, Sd. extra is charged. Urgent Telegrams charged doouble or dinary rates, and despatched in preferece to others. 'To or from any Sttinflu in Victoria. 8.30 a.m, to 8 p.m. .. . d. Nine words ....... ... 0 i Extra words, each : ... .. ... 0 1 After 8p.m. to midnighit. 'lTen words .. ... ... 2 Every additional word ...- .. 2 O " Midnight to 8.30 a.m. Fen words. ..... ... 0 Every additional word ... t ... * Ssnas.. Messages forwarded to oflices open oni Sundays, if dropped in the box provided for that purpose, at the Melbourne Office with fee enclosed.i. . :. 8.80 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. e.d. Ten words ... .. ..20 Extri: words, eacdh': '.. .. 0 '? 2 9.SO pm. to 830 a so Ten words ... ... I.. 8 I0 Extra words, each ... : ... 8 O

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THE TANTANOOLA TIGER CAUGHT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

TIIE ?OATANOOT.A TIGER CAUGtIIT .\T LAsT.-- On Saturday Isornitig two paper boys in the employ ef dir. J. Cootney as they were returning from their "rounds," espied a wild animaln meandering about Hlotham Hill. They ca:ptured it, and were taking it hotne. when titey were accosted by two policemen, who illllnue diately recognised it ns the "Tantanooln." Their bosoms swelled with pride as they triumlhanttly bore him along to the watchlbouse. IBe tas not brought before Dr. Lloyd, but was bailed out. Subse qiently it was ascertaincd that the :aimal was a native bear, whichl escaped from 3itr. Yarlett, of Abbotsford-st. S.it nte Avcrlos.--Sydney C.Arnold & Co., in conjunction witlh lI. Bndon, Estate Agent, will sell a Brick Cottage, at 178 fosslya Street, West Melbourne, 8it &'clock, on Saturday, 2Oth Feb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

Established]? 1865. ~rnox SOws C!AI ONlIAN lib AIll, 73 & 75 ERROL STREET, Opposite Town Hall. Io ot. MI?elo ou??r. e. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. Agqifnt for Madamc e Wleigel's Pattern5i. hiu I-s P1 - 1·'s H 09 HP -rm i- T AQ *.-, mO -r u 'z '-" Ilgn S vi tr~~~~~~~ ppa QrT( 6~ ,_ H-. 'XB Y, o H1 0-I U) s~~ 0'Oc , v ot ~d R I: -I 0 0 so (a' ( R a L tj -l 5 * el .1. 414 ~~S

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NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

'Whonfusu-aritak.Y.i!. SOCIETY. THE above society held its ordinary weekly meeting on Monday evg., 24th Seb in;iSt. Mairy's hol . The Prt?sdent, Bro7J. J:ode, B in the chair. The Secretary, J. H. Smith, read thi .minutes of preoiousimeetung.\jicii ,werei tonficdI. ira nignon' sbise'ttndered his resignation, which was accepted withl iegref."Broi P."Simith wars elected to the office of secretary vacated by his brother On thie usnal rontino-buisiness being disposed of, thie syllabus item, " A Reading Competition," was pro ceededr with,aeid- -evbkM'6icisiderable' interest, the contest for first place being very. IEeen. The choice of tile-judges ultimately fell upon Messrs. P. Smith and V. Cairns, equal. After resolving to divide the first and second prizes be tween these gentlemen, the meeting ter minated. "

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WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BROWN BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 28 February 1896

WEST MELBOURNE LINE. BRowN BAND sY Diy. CLEAR LIGHT AT NIoHT. First Car leaves Queeisberry-street- Week Days at 6.15 a.m.; Sundays at 1.45 p.m. First Car leaves Flinders-street- Week Days at 6.85 a.m.; Sundays at 2.5 p;.m. Last Car leaves Queensberry-street Wcek Days- at-i.-0 p.m.; Saturdays at 11.40 p.m. ; Sundays at 10.15 p.m. Last Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 11.30 p.m.; Saturdays at 12 p.m,.; Sundays at 10.35 p.m. Connection made at Queensberry street with North Melbournme Tram Line, and transfers made without extra charge.

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