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Correspondence. VALUATIONS. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Correspondence. VALUATIONS. To the Editor of.tho Advertiser. SSir-The hearingof appeals against the valuations In Victoria and SmithWrda will shortly come on, and I!hopo that in tho'facoof the unusualsnumber of appeals this. year the custom of allowing the valuators so liberal a latitude in their assertions will not be followed.' These gentleman should be required to jivo as substantial prcof of their assertions as the appellants. A strong determina tion has boon expressed among the landlords generally to the, effect that should they fail in obtaining a substantial reduction they will try the effect of'an appeal to the General Sessions, as the exactions they are now suffering under are 'rievous in the oxtromo..-I am, Sir, your s &c., ilATEAr?n. Carlton, March 12th.
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4TH, 1874. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M. Dr. Talbot, Fleming, and Breeze, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
L BRUNSWJICK COURT.: W?EDESEDAY, iaIcr 4Lsr, 1874. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M. Dr. Talbot, SFleming, and Breeze, J.P's.) ' alter Middips and James Cavan, charged with driving without lights, were Seach fned'2s. 6d. and 2s. 9d; costs. . ' .Michael Mulhall, for obstrnutj~sgthe. footpath,' was fined 'ls; a .nd' -,costs.:ed, David 3Red iasalso fined 2s.d.an ,;2s.'ld. costs fora'similar offence. Thomas a Bryaiit, charged with leaving a: dangerous hole near a public road, was fined is. and 2s. Od. costs, ? * Borough Inspector v. Thomas'Hanna, charged with allowing a horse to wander in Albert street. Mrsi Hanna, who, ap peared for her husband, who was com polled" to be absent; was fined 28.'6d. and 2S. Od. costs. r Elijah Puddy, for a similar offenceo, fined 2s. Gd. and 2s. 6d.:costs. i Daniel Ogg; for a similar offence, fined 2s. O(d. and 2s. Od. costs. :. James ] E. Phillips, who was ordered to fence in a dangerous hole near a road and allowed a fortnight to do .o; did' not appear. The ...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
NOTICE TO OCOIIRRESPONDENTS. G. II. S.-It is not advisable to open up a cocitroversy on the" relative merits of players. G. 2'. F--Your letter weould only tend to irritate and create a breach in the clubs without elffecting any good result. Ratepayer.- eclined; altogether too pe? * sonal. Any mnember of the Council has a perfect right to explain his own views, or .disagree with the opinions of his brother Councillors, as long as he does so in a gentlemanly and temperate nman. R.B.-A pply to the Toron Clerk, and if your case is a deserving one, he will give you an order for admission.
BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
BRUNSWICK COUNOIL. The usual fortnightly meeting was hold on Wednesday; all the members, with the exception of one,' were present. IThe correspondence read was of an uninterest. ing character. The Chief Secretary de clined to allow prison labor to be em. ployed in filling i-n quarry holes. The Public Works report was road by the Mayor. One of the members of the committee, Councillor Stranger, disagreed in tote with some of the recommendations of his colleagues. The Mayor asserted that the borough funds were properly expended in forming a lane or right-of way, while Councillor Stranger contended that the expenditure was excessive. However, he was put down ina summary way by the Mayor, and the recommenda. tions were agreed to. Councillor Stranger said he did not bo lievo in the waymatters were conducted; to wit, enabling Councillors to 'become contractors. .This was looked upon as a good joke by most of the members preo sent, and a hearty laugh was indulged in by the Mayor especially....
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MARClH 13rn. THE ELEOTIONS. Candidates are cropping up as thick as mushrooms for the district of North Melbourne, but it is very questionable whether all of them will go to the poll. Indeed, so slight will be the chance for the majority of these gentlemen, that we can only imagine they are actuated by a desire to make themselves known to the public, in case of a vacancy occur ring on some future occasion. The con stituency of this district embraces two most opposite elements-the Permis siveites and the Anti-Permissiveites. The first includes the Good Templars, Rechabites, and various other tempe rance societies, who entertain strong and decided views on subjects of social reform, and who will work energetically to secure the return of their candidate. There are two gentle men before the public who are pledged . tnlvanato this particular interest Messrs. Burtt and Munro. The former, it is admitted, even by his own friends. would do well to retire in favo...
COUNCILLOR LAURENS AND THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
COUNCILLOU LAb.UENS AD THE MAYOR. - On Monday evening a little exciteo mont was occasioned by Councillor Laurens charging the Mayor with having made use of certain deprecatory re marks on his (3'"ncillor Laurnns') conduct in denying that £70o, placed on the supplinmentary estimates. Councillor Laurens read an extract from the "Advertiser," but while engaged In doing so; the Mayor interrupted the 1pkaker, and told him that the report which ;&ppeared in the "Advertiser" was incorrect. The Mayor was laboring under a mistalca when he made this .saortion. The roporr of the remarks made by him was in every respect cor rect, andshe distinctly made use of the words " very bad." Possibly he may have forgotten the circumstance, but that does not make the report incorrect. A considerable discussion ensued. upon the difference between "supplementary" and " additional" estimates. Some Councillors appeared to be under the impression that "supplementary" and "!additional" were identical-a ...
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
The Churches. On the evening ef Sabbath, March lit, the Rev. A. acLsean preached in the Presby terian Church, Brunswiok, with special reference to the death of the Rev. ~ . S. Meenzle. There was a large oongregation, and the discourse was attentively listened to. We give below some of the leading points he touched upon. The rev. gentle man took for hic text Ps. 116, 16. "Preclous in the sight the Lord is the death of His aint,": From the sensible aide, and so far as human aight can see, death Is the moat appalling event within our observation. It wastes the phyalcal frame and corrupts it; It fastens iteelf upon the remains until it reduoeos them to dust, and dissipates them into the elements of earth, and effacoes every trace of the dead from under the eyes of the living. And when it seovers the soul from the body It eretes an opaque and impenetra. ble wall between us and the departed spirit.. The severance is the sorest and sevearet of which we have experience. The living can. not ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
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AGENTS FOR THE "NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
tGENTS FOR THE "NORTiRiIELBOURNE ADVERTISER." IHo?nam: Mr. E. Lyons. 27 Queensberry at. Carlton: :?r J. Calanhdcr, 6 Elizaboth street. M nr. Gregory, Lygon street. . Brunswick : Ar. Eckorsal, Sydney road. -Coburg: lir. Tornham. Sydney road. Colliugwood :Mrs. IeXullin, 194 Gertrudo -T% street.: East Collingwood: Mr.. W. T. Capper, 13q Wellington street. - Fitzroy Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick stroot. Eltham: Mr. Andrews. Heidelborg and Alphington : Mr.- O'Kefo.
CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
f'AT1LTON POS OFFICE AND SAVINGS' S BANK. Mails Lro dspathed froin this office at --0:40 a.m. arriving at Melbourno at 7.44 a.m: 9.55 a.m. . ,,. ,, 10.54 a.m. 2.80 p.m. ,, ,, 1.20 p.m. 4.40 p.m.: ... , ., . ., 5.44 p.m. Mfohoy ordora areo imoud at this ofioo, and he usual facilities are afforded to depositors the Savings' Bank? '. - !
Cricket. YOUNG & SONS, JEWELLERS, V. COMBINED HATTERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Cricket. YOUNG & SONS, JE\WELLEiS, V. COMlINED r ATTER ' SOCIETY. Y A cricket match was played in the 0 Milltary Reserve on Saturday afternoon be. ir tween Messrs. Young & Sons, jewellers, and h the combined Hatters' Sooiety. Young & or Sons lost the toss, and were sent to the y wikets against the bowling of Rooks and Cockerel, who bowled splendidly for their aide, but could not manage to dispose of the batsmen as they wished. The prinoipal feature in the batting was done by the two Suteliffes, who batted splendidly, and coon. 0 pled most of the afternoon, having got so n used to the bowling that there was no leas y than five changes in the bowling. R Set. . liffe made 53 runs, A. Suteliffe 51 runs, and Doubleday made 28 runs through some fine a batting; the last wicket fell at five o'clock for 105 runs. The Hatters' Soolety then took the wickets against the bowling of R. and A. Stoiliffe. i. Sutcliffo bowled splendidly, and took seven wickets out of the Sten...
MR. MIRANDA'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Mt. MliANDA'S CONCERT. The concert at the Athanmum, although not so well attended as might have been expeoted, was an excedingly pleasant one, and the programme included some pretty little gems. TVithout going into critical details we may say that Miss Kate Mellon was especially noticeable for the purity of her voice, and Mr. Madden and the other ladies and gentleman contributed to the success of the evening's entertainment, The whole was under the d:rection of Mr. David Miranda.
BRUNSWICK SCHOOL OF DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
BRUNSWICK SCHOOL OF DESIGIN. The pupils of this school were accom. modated on Monday last in the now build ing, and it was found every wawy adapted for such a purpose. The drawing tables were placed in regular order, and the work of the school was carried on without inter. ruption. Now members are joining the classes weekly, and'under the able in struction of MIr. J. Ihigamells considerable progress has already been made by several pupils. It would be well for the youths of Brunswick to remember that practical geometry, is now taught as a branch of the instruction given in this school.
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Amusements. THE OPERA. The opening of the opera season will take place on Monday evening, the 16th inst. The opera management will present a most attractive programme, and nothing will be omitted calctlated to make the season a successful and brilliant one. There will be a full orchestra, and the chorus will be considerably augmented. The talent will be the best that can be procured, and every inducement will be given to the musical loving portion of the community to patronise the Prince of WVales Opera House for the season of 1871.
CRIME IN NORTH MELBOURNE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
CRIME IN NORTH MEL BOURNE, &o. The following extracts were taken from the. Victorian Police Gazette :-Stolon from the person of William Norris, of Bundoora, near Greensborough, on 1st February 1874, in Melbourne,; a pocket. book containing nine £1 notes on the Bank of Australasia, Melbourne; and a miner's right.-Stolen from the person of John E. Norman, No. 13 Charles street, Carlton, on the 1st February 1874, !a silver -lover hunting-watch,, .o.. 44488, "J.N." seratchd inside case i valsb' £8. -Stolen from the person of Thomas Ran kin, of Boundary roast Hotham Hill, on the 6th instant, in Swanston street, Mel. bourne, near "the star Hotel, a leather purse with steel clasp cdntaining two £1 notes and five pawn-tickets with com plainant's name on each.-Stolen from the dwelling of Elizabeth Rubeck, 114 Madeline street, Carlton (back of), on the 28th ultimo, a silver Geneva lever watch, seconds, red ring around dial, swivel fastened with.a brass pin, old-fashioned, with plain s...
BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
BOARD OF ADVICE. The usual monthly meeting of the Brunswick Board of Advice was hold in the IMechanics' Institute on Saturday last, when there were present - Dr. Talbot (Chairman), and Messrs. Bedford, Burcohett, IIutchinson, and Jarvio. There was amass of correspondence from the Education Department, principally with reference to the establishment of a night school, and the purchase of a site for a State school. The Department promised attention to the application of the Board on these subjects. The visitor's report was favorable, except as to drainage at the rear of the Oddfcllows' Hall, and this was to be remedied without delay. The ministers of the borough having arranged for visiting the school, the matter was referred to the Minister of Education for approval.