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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 February 1874
Auction Sales. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. Elgin-street, Carlton. SALE of the BUILDING MATERIALS Now formlog Four Cottages, with Slate Roofs, Known as Lapish's.coltages. To Builders and Contractors, Parties wanting Building Materials and Others. Without Roeoserve. To be Removed within Fourteen Days from the Day of Sale. A LFRED BLISS has been instructed by . Ir. William Hill to SELL by PUB LIC AUCTION, on the premises, Elgin street, Carlton, on Saturday, February 21st, at three o'clock, The whole of the building materials now forming four wooden cottages, with slate roof, including water pipes and fencing. To he sold in one lot, to be removed within fourteen days from the day of sale. Torms-cash. Sale takes plaeoo on the promises, Elgin .street, on Saturday, February 21, at three o'clook. SMliscellaneous. "H OTIHAM CoO-OPERATIVE L L ASSOCIATION, 93 QUEENSBERRY STREET, Near Curzon street, HOI'HA?M. The shareholders and and the public are rospeefully informed that the Store IS NOW OPENED w...
Correspondence. TRAVELLING EXPENSES. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
Correspondence. * TRAVELLING EXPENSES. To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-At the last meeting of the Council of the Shire of Heidelberg, the consulting engineer, Mr. ERawlinson, was paid £35 on account of commission for superintend ing the erection of the Templestowe bridge. Mr. lawlinson certified for £080 as a progress payment to the contractors. Now five per cent. on £680 would be only £34. I suppose the odd' pound goes for "travelling expenses." It will be re membered that Mr. Rawllnson was paid £60 only a very short time ago, thus £95 have been paid already for " supervision." How much more will have to be paid before the job is finished P--I am, Sir, NEMO. Heidoelborg, Feb., 1874.
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26th, 1874. (Before Messrs. Lobb, Talbot, Fleming, and Breeze, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, FED. 26th, 1874. (Before Messrs. Lobb, Talbot, Fleming, and Breeze, J.P's.) Parland v. Christopherson and Evans. A summons was issued in this case to re cor or the amount due for a certain quantity of bricks delivered. Plaintiff undertook to supply defendants with bricks for a buildinag erecting in Queen stroeet. The nature of the work did not require the bricks to be of first quality, but the articles supplied were so inferior that when put into water they melted down. After the first thousand was delivered, the defendants complained, verbally, about the quality of the bricks delivered, but allowed two more loads to be deposited at the works and gave a receipt for them. The bench ordered payment for the three loads delivered, and gave no costs in the matter. Parland v. Solomon.-This was a dis puted case over the delivery of a load of ricks. Plaintiff's son made the delivery, after which he went into defendant's offico for a receipt, which, without lookin...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. (Before Mr. Carroll, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
Police. HOTHAM COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAncn 4. (Before Mr. Carroll, J.P.) George Rodmayno, charged with insult ing behavior in the public street, was fined lOs. or three days' imprisonment. THUnSDAY, M?LOLCI 5. (Before His Worship the Mayor, and Messrs. Laurens, Carroll, and Noonan, J.P's.) John Brown charged Clara Downing with an unlawful assault. It appeared from the evidence that on Tuesday, a±t'd ult., about two o'clock a scuffle took plrace between plaintiff and dofendant'ahusb and when both of. them fell, the pl'aintiff being uppermost; he commenced to beat his opponent till he was stopped in his pleasant occupation by Mrs. Downing, who tried to save her husband. It was, however, proved that Mrs. DIowning did not commit an assault in saviag her mate. The case was dismissed. Maria Boyd summoaled Alexander Cobb for unlawfully assaulting her daughter, Rose Boyd. It was shown by the evidence of Rose Boyd and her sister that the defendant throw a missile of a hard. substance which struc...
Cricket. OFFICERS V. PRIVATES OF METROPOLITAN RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
Cricket. BY LONGSLIP. OFFICERS V. PRIVATES OF METROPOLITAN ItIFLES. - This was in the eyes of the Hothamitee the groat match of last Saturday week, and, in spite of the groat attraction of witnessing the play of the All-England Eloven on the Melbourne C. C. ground, a goodly sprinkle of orlcketiog talent made themselves con. aplouous on the ground of the Civil Service, where arrangements had boon made to play the match. The privatos were by far and away the favorites, their captain, Talbot, (who is better known to fame as the hoen. secretary of the Hotham C. 0.) offoring to lay considerable odds against his oppononts, and expressing the opinion that his crowd would 'never give the officers a chance. However, at half-past two o'clock talking was stopped, and the real work of the day commenced, and Sorgt. Moir, who acted as commander in chief of the officers, having won the toss led his men into the field, Cummings and Welle being the batsmen appointed to commence work for the privates...
OPENING OF THE BRUNSWICK FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
OPENING OF THE BRUNSWICK FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. In response to the invitation of the comr. mittee of this Institution a large number of the ladies of the borough mot on Tuesday evening last, and determined to provide for a public toa meeting on the oooasion of the opening of the now building, to take place on the 10th March. Toe Vice-President aso. knowledged the receipt of several very kind communecations from ladies unable to attend the meeting, but wishing the Institution every success, and forwarding enclosures in aid of the building fund. The programme for the opening on Tuesday is very complete and suitable for the event. Invitations will be sent to the hen. the Chief Secretary, the members of the Legislature connected with the district, the Mayor and Councillors of the borough, the ministers of the various denominations, and the life members of the Institute. The opening ceremony is to take place at six p.m., and the public tea meeting, at half-pat six, to be followed...
CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
CRIMIE IN NORTH IIEL BOURNE, &e. The following extracts wore taken from the Victorian Police Gazette :-Stolen from the dwelling of WVm. E. B. Gun nett, 12 Palmorston street, Carlton, be tween the 10th and 20th Februrry, 1874, 6 large-size photographs in gilt frames, two of the aboriginal cricketers, two of the Galatea, two of a group of gentleman, one of the gentleman is Capt. Hare; also a blue blanket, and lady's apparel. Stolen from the dwelling of John Werby, of Barkly street, Brunswick, on the 18th February, 1874, a silver hunting-watch; value £4.-John Thomas is charged on warrant with obtaining goods by false pre tences from John P. Mason, 70 Smith street, Collingwood, on the 11th February, 1874.--George Leech is charged, on war rant, with neglecting to comply with an order of the Brunswick bench on the 12th December, 1873.-John Condon is charged, on warrant, with wife desertion, at No. 11 Scotia street, IIotham, on the 31st October, 1873.-John ?ecMahonis charged, on wa...
NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
NATIONAL MUSEUM. The number of visitors to the National Museum of natural history and geology for the week ending February 28th was 1667, and for the month of February 6288. The Museum is open to the public daily (Sundays exceptd) from ton a.m. till five p.m. in the National Museum building at the back of the University.
BRUNSWICK DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
BRiUNSWICK DRAINAGE. The Borough Council have at last made a commencement in the drainage works of Brunswick. It is, the intention of the Council to limit the present contract to the sum of £1000, that being the amount voted by Parliament in aid of this work... Before the next election for the borough, which will take place in August next, a schedule of works will have to be prepared and advertised, setting forth the amount of loan pro posed.to be raised, the various works to be undertaken, and- naming the several streets on: which such loan is to be ex pended.. .. The intention of the' Coun cil seems to be to carry out surface drainage only, and as far as possible following the present outlet in Glenlyon road. There are many opinions ex pressed on this subject, indeed'three professional gentlemen have surveyed the borough and given the Council as many different views on the subject of drainage; it is, therefor, no wonder that the ratepayers should have conflicting notions as ;to wh...
AGENTS FOR THE "NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
AGENrs FOR THE "NORTH SMELOURNE ADVERTISER." Hotham : Mr. E. Lyons, 27 Queensberry at. Carlton: Mr.J. Calander, 6 Elizabeth street. Mr. Gregory, Lygon street. Brunswick i Mr. Eekersall, Sydney road. Coburg: Mr. Turnham, Sydney road. Collingwood: Mrs: McMullin, 194 Gertrude street. East Collingwood: Mr. W. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy: Mrs; Woodruff Brunewiok street. Eltham : Mr. Andrewd. . Heidelberg and Alphington : Mr. O'Keefo.
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. tMails aro despatched from this.offce at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m. 9.55 a.m. ,, ,; 10.54 a.m. 2.30 p.m ,, , 1.20 p.m. 3.40 p.m. ,, ,, 4 p.m.; 4.40 p.m. .. 5.44 p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors the Savings' Bank..
Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
-kFacetiae. Sohoolmaster-' How mahyb kinds of axes are there " 'Litti boy-'.Broad nxeo,'arrow nxo, iron axe,"stoel axe, axe of .the Apostles, and ane my father I" . Sohoolmaster-" GCod -go to the top oL the. olass.' . A Frenoh General, well known in English circles, whn had the misfortune to be bald. headed, said that he wlshedto make a pro. sent to a lady, and to give her sonethicg rarere. "Give her a loek ofyour halr," sald a friend. - ' " Coy.SOL.TION.-A father, in consoling his doughter, who had lost her husband, said, "I don't wonder you: grieve for him, my child i you will never find. his equal."' " I don't know that I can,': responded. the sob. bing widow, "obut I'll do my bose.li' 1 The editor ofaMowarkl paper;hoard the other day that a now pass had born found in the A?hdes. . Ho'inimediately wrote to a man in Solith Aniorioa that the pase was his, and he would be much obliged if the mali would forward it at once. There was a most acoommodating man who was captain of a steam...
DETECTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
DETECTIVES. - The paragraphs which have gone the rounds of the press in reference to the prefunctory manner in which the police perform any duties "outside the regular routine, received ample, confirmation in the case of the young girl who-recently. left her home in Carlton I consequence of some paltry school squabble, and, although incited to exert their very best efforts im mediately after her departure, the de tectives fatiled to discover any trace of her, while Mr. Berliner, a private detective with, we may presume, not one hun dredth part of- the same facilities, a fortnight after her disappearance suc ceeded in restoring her safe and unharmed. It is a matter for congratulation to the parents that their child met with so happy a fate, having succeeded in getting em ployment as nursemaid in a respectable family within a few hours of her leaving home.
EARLY CLOSING IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
EARLY CLOSING IN BRUNSWICK; The movement to shorten the hours of labor in shops has at last succeeded in Brunswick, with a unamimity most commendable to the tradesmen of the borough. On Monday last Messrs. Hol loway, McDougall and Straw visited the various shopkeepers, inviting them to subscribe their names to a resolution to close their respective establishments at 7 p.m. on every evening except Saturday, and thanks to the energy of these gentle men and the common sense proposal they put before the people, their offorts were crowned with success. To show how general the movement is we have only to mention that those who agree to it, com. prise nine grocers, six drapers, five butchers, three general dealers, three cornfactors, three bootmakers,. two plumbers, two ironmongers, two bakers, onesaddler, one cabinetmaker, one chemist (except for medicine), and the co-opera. tive store. We trust the inhabitants of the borough will refrain from putting temptation in the wayof breaking thro...
THE CARLTON MUTUAL PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 March 1874
THE CARLTON MUTUAL PER. MANENT fUILDING SOCIETY. We perceive by advertisement in our columns that the Carlton Mutual Per. manent Building Society have opened a branch of their business at 32 Collins street west. The success of this society was looked for with a very great degree of interest, as it was established upon purely mutual principles, and the result has been as satisfactory to the promoters as it has been advantageous to the share holders. Nearly all the original four year loans have expired, and in every instance the borrowers have had almost twenty-five per cent. of their interest written off. When it is considered that the rates which borrowers agree to pay are the same as in the principal societies in the city, and that such a large propor tion of the interest is taken off, it must be admitted that this society is worthy of the name under which it was inaugua rated. The success hitherto attend. ing its dealings has justified the management in opening those convenient an...