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CROSS STREETS IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
CROSS STREETS IN BRUNSWICsK. Oneo of th greateost drawbacks to Brunswick has been tho almost total ab senco of streets running north and south. . Outlets in this direction have long boon required, and an effort is to be made to open up soeveral of them. The agitation was long carried on to extend Cameron street to Stewart street. Now attention is directed to the continuation of David street to Albert street. We beliero a memorial having this object in view will be presented to the Borough Council at its next meeting. A few more on the west side of the Sydney road would also be a great advantage.
Domestic Economy. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
"ýodi, rIvu a (i ai DomesR cononiynt1si ly To 1EWPLe A scn".-PPothiualar ollah d 1 .well-olease4 larkg iuto.;c 5f5wprj Mv putAAlioAto 1114 of a aopn izg the 1iJdpo ; gach,; ;with ja en,44ppt 8p4p~84 tltg! f ý;,it k' ,, gavy. laoqR a"lpe qr'rb sot etwggýl$sd serv ot:ý , 1]inp1'tea "'r, V " t9eSedt; a hilt Sl of'm k; " =W64ii~iedEllb.·'qffr'bbttbttet' tdLlfoutrn Mke holb nlthB A dota et.id'cllr , rttaali.t, 'l ghblbik; g + andr oibt; 1', m themo 1 "I'tggbthenr; beabthotdoughbi;(addngtthth ,butter Ityi degreee. rnLb t staji to4fore hbao rto.Xiop~nthon talsdihalk };rjpouudy ppttalltýted ogar, ab d uxi t rwol in, With thei dqh uttei'h31oP~e'9r]paqt, puthiq.be pie ghl and orpiaentt.io top .wttlý candledol brsgo '&estoe'Vrblled tlinilwithi trislieiapee 4iode on. A pjioselhkit''b ar o' Ihek. ei' 'Ednether'lint a, pyyramidlfoirl Itocm,2tbn d theolseo titltoh bake' initm6modern. oivo'thbt.the paste may i 'berdonoezmrffoiahtyl i hnti~vory, palo.e.,",lyos 'different. Colored eweatmoat o...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 9. (Before Messrs, King and Clarke, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Police. IHOTHAM COURT. M"Onii. MAsi?.i 9."' ' (I3cfdrorMessrs. King and Clarke,` J.P's). .LAnnsInms-a.-John> ' McGilb'eson"and Patrick ,Pigott,'two ,notorious disturbors of 'thoe peace, who. had been before 'the court on several previous occasions,' were charged with insulting boehaior -in 'the " public streets. After hearing, the evi; 'daonce, and bearing in mind .the previous bad character of these young ruffians,' the bench 'inflicted the heavy penalty of £5, '. or one month's imprisonment and hard ,labor. . ., .AN. Anrzor.-'Mlary Rohanis a young woman:who haspeculiar ideas about the .rights of the subject. ,She strongly ohb ":jeted to the arrest of the young vagabonds mentioned in the preceding' case, and she attempted to rescue them .from the hands of the police. The "constable, though gallant, was fully alive to a stern sense of duty, and repudiated the blandish Sments of the, charmer." Mary then as saulted the policeman and hit.him in the head .with an -apple; for which li...
COBURG ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, 2ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
OOBU G'ý20AD BOARDo. MONDl?Y 2ND MAnon. Present - Messrs. Hunt (Chairman), Chapman, Dolling, MeGowyan, Roa, Kyle, Vincent, Christian, and Musson. cOarsIPoNDErCz. r A favorable report of the sanitary con S'dition" of-the district-was reid; --The-re ort from the.-Inspector of Slaughter houses showed thait 45 cattle, 519 sheep, r calves, and 217 pigshad been slaughtered during the month, for wbioh the sum of 3s. Of. had been received. u From Rate Collector, apologising for Snon-attendance," and informing the Board he had obtained sureties, but if the Board preferred a guarantee bond he.would get the isame if reimbursed, as he thought it very hard to expect him to pay £2 or £3 out of the per centago allowed for col lecting.-After considering theomatter it was decided; on the motion of Messrs. Hunt and Kyle, that .the Collector be directed to enter into a guarantee bond for £100 throuigh some ioieoty forthwith. Mr.; James Rea tendered hid resigna. tion as member for the- East Subdivision...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAaOK OTH. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors Clarke, Laurens, Caine,- Carroll, White, Ryan, and Paton. CO6IcESvPONDENCE. Letter from the Town Clerk of Flem ington, enclosing minutes of conference recently held on the subject of compensa ting Mr. Newell.-Reoceived. Lotter: from City Gas Co., asking for information as to the lighting of -the borough.-Received. Letter from Mr. Geo. Davis,' asking the .Council to lay down composition pave ment in: Capel street, and complaining that that street did not receive justice at the hands of the Council.-R- ceived. From the Superintendent of the Bone. volent Asylum, stating that Messrs. Reed and Barnes were authorised to remedy defects in drainago.-Referred to Local Board of Health. From the Omnibus Company, asking that a carriage way be bformed from Macaulay road to the stables.-Agreed to, on the understanding that the com pany paid for the work. From Mr. Wm. Pie, asking for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
Drapers, etc. NORTH IELBOURNE. TADIES and yGENTLEMEN, O r o Oh riumn of yp ur L0CAL L NliWSP)?Enlt " Allow me to inform you that I shall on SdIM ON D A9Ith NEXT liJfl I ?1 11, bus 4?ammen!o , 4~dipPgo ??f mynylery -arxge Stocl,of Goods At reduced Prices. tMidummer having now comre upon us,co Stock Taking. And to effect a jnet and exact balance, the rt r t r'?eraS c ?.ocknboud beo! ppsoible a eeert ed .hlt4 SbaeJ This no doubt can only be done at A Sacrifice of Profit Ladies and Gentlemen-I am preparing to Indeed a considerable Portion of the Stblok will be offered, and no doubt sold at less ?"'than cost. The Good Faith iha oalway kept w eth the public, and ny In trade, will to the thoughtful and reflecting portion of the community, be S"Fa"??~i~ eter By which to anrvey my promises, and when Goods Shalt bie Sold Cheap Depend upon myfvords,. Ladies and Gentle. men, They Shall Be. I am well aware that a great number of people look with just suspicion on rlu: v,,t;·w'frDiapers'.Sales;'"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
1W' ' Miscellaneous. jjO.TH AMI LINE OMNIBUSES. OMNIBUSES arc now RUNNING from Hotham to Hobson's Bay Railway Station, via Queensberry; Errol, Victoria, and Eliza. s both streets, at intervals of .six minutes dur. Soing day, and 12 minutes'during evening. First 'bus leaves Hotham at... 7.40 a.n.. Last do do ..' 11 p.m. First 'bus leaves city 8 a.m. Lt'aodo .' ': 120'p.m On Saturday evenings buses will run at Oh Sundays 'buses ipill run'at six minutes intervals from11.30' pdiii from Hotham to' . o10. 30 p.m..froin city,tominua. ' e . ". OINTMENT." ...L o 0 the public of Australiathat psurious inmta tionas of my medicines, emanating from the a United- Statesnad labelled." "]OLLOWAY'0 PILLS" or " HOLLOWAY'S OINTzIwNTr" London and Now York, are .bing sold in the Aus t tralian Colonies. . . I have but one place of business, as at foot, and there, only; area my genuine remedies f manufactured,;: allow me ,then to. caution you against being victimized by. urscrupu S. Should any person be s...
Tales, Sketches, &c. A HIDDEN WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
aray from humanthabitabice a ben to ximine' the more retired.add lnfreq ted pars fofit.hedlandsaepeo iThe. ag[o rt now enloee nothingi but tree and mp ad ttle;,qugietnooke'.nd oorgs er toode.. e,'?' to feed,e or'whereI the owe 'tick bi:ti?the `pesentlynto1a 'littlebh greo:iadddok, wit a'po ny p I feddng in" Srefreehing little~round pitrp,1peaa9tto dwell'on. herella apond in one ooo ,the.padduok;isi?rrounded. th pollard iowa: thb water refleo?nithemt : t upon surfaooasalao a little bpatc?h6ft ohloh ,branohe?i It i? oonifdrtable i ad lnni4oon with ao hayntack ' tea" iih btte, ; itay what fo tht ors : There arc guoe lier4two mflli'" how pit/?tslg"I seen them ~ouBrhat :ai 1*thy'do? ?Thy naro luvioleti orte, gliung ll tlfieo., Aistruggle '~lgol ?on etwoen'them; andi one ofj th tw ohe wearas bright red cap- a bi bih i 1He heahls ategno??twhonuemnnto beepak. ,tl b! strikes lteroeh'a'w' hh he :liglds d pii aiingnhnin 'a'otrbejha him i'er?'jytoYthe'gl roiiid. The mri'*hb nhas the bee'' o it-...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1874. (Before Messrs Strutt, P.M. and Bond, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. &nbsp; MONDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1874. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M. and Bond, J.P.) UNPARLIMENTARY LANGUAGE.—Chas. &nbsp; Buckland was charged with having on &nbsp; &nbsp; the 23rd of February, at Templestowe, made use of insulting and abusive lan- guage towards one Eliza Collins. Com- plainant deposed that at five minutes past &nbsp; eight o'clock on the evening of Monday, the 23rd of February, defendant was &nbsp; passing her house and made use of cer- tain expressions which she would not like to repeat, (slips of paper handed to the bench.) Three witnesses named re- spectively, Elizabeth Collins, Maryann &nbsp; Hughes, and Patrick Callenan, corrobo- rated complainant's evidence. The de- &nbsp; fendant said he know nothing at all about it and declined to ask either of the wit- nesses any questions. Two witnesses were now called for the defence, both of these witnesses saw defendant a short &n...
EVASION OF THE FLEMINGTON ROAD TOLL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1874
EVASION OF THE FLEMINGTON ROAD TOLL. At the ordinary fortnightly meooting of the Hotham Borough Council; held on February 23rd, there was a lengthy dis cussion concerning the appointment of delegates to confer with delegates from the Essondon and Flemington Councils. Councillors Carroll, Clarke, Caine, and Paton were appointed .to represent Hotham. The object of the conference was the discussion of an application fromn the late lessee of the Flemington toll for compensation op aeqgount ?of losses soser tamned by him throughthe evasion of toll. Councillors Caine and Carroll were the only representatives of Hotham present at the-conference, which was hold on Monday, the 2nd inst. The Essendon and Flemington Council were represented by Councillors Filson (Mayor), Mac. Cracken, Hutchinson, and Bellair. The particulars aro'as follows:-It appears that Mr. Newell was the lessee of the toll in 1872, and he states that during that period he suffered considerable loss in consequence of large ...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Cricket A Malch wasq played on Saturday last in the Royal Park between the Hotham United, v. 15 of North Moll.ourne C.C., which resulted in an easy victory for the former by 40 runs. The following is the score : NOI:TI MIELBOURNE. Dnmou, bE. lick'ord - - - 0 Trrnina, bh E. kford - -- - 0 o, inch, run out - - - 5 C.0pan, I Rg. Biokford - - - -0 O'Lsary, b McMister - - 0 Djran, a treggor, b E. Bltaktord- - 0 Starkey, b McMaster - - - 0 Grnt, b E. Bckford - - - 0 Solly, b D. Ii aford - - - 0 C.Hius. oN .lion, h D B?okfrd - - 6 Vout, oNlson, h D Blotford - -- 0 Hamilton, bE :B.nkford - - - 5 V?enoy, no out - - - 3 Kann, b E Bkfrord - 0 Ni en, hli. Bi k' rd .- - - 0 Saudries - - - - - 16 Toal - - - - - 2i ioTrlA3I1 UNITKD. Neoson, a S liv, b Duooan- - - 9 Dowany, ven - - - 0 Smith, o Colln.; bD mean - - 3 E. IliBkford. aS, lly, b Grant - - 11 Grneorr, b Nivn - - - 1 D. lliak'orl., a C ant - - - Woa.n, b Gralt - - - 0 h M .ato, h Nivoen - - - 10 Cazure, bS.asney - - - 5 Frankpit, a DBncan...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH. MR. MUNRO AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, 'MARCH 27TH. MR. MUNRiO AT IIOTHIAM. On Tuesday evening Mr. James Munro addressed the electors of North Mel. bourne in the new Temperance Hall in Queensbury.street. Mr. Munro may be ranked'as a supporter of the.Government so far as the reform of the Upper House is concerned, and very possibly he will be prepared to go considerably further than the Government may feel inclined to do. Hle hasevidently sat at the feet of George Higiubotham, and is prepared, if the Council should be so fatuous as to pro. vooe' it, to exercise the power over the Spublic purse which the Assembly un doubtedly possesses, and thus bring the straggle to an end by sharp and decisive action. Mir. Munro is opposed to the p.ayment of muembers, considering that the extra results which were expected nfrom the measure have been nil. lie is a warm advocate of the present Education Act, which he considers the only piece of legislation for which the late Parliament is entitled to any credi...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
THE ELECTIONS. In consequence of the lengthy reports of the speeches of the candadates for the re presentation of North Melbourne, we are obliged to hold over a large quantity of local news and adiertisements until 'next issue. The great interest swhieh the elec. tion is beginning to excite is our excuse for departing from our usual practice.
CARLTON BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
CARLTON BUILDING SOCIETY'. The second Carlton ]lowkett Mutual Benefit Building Society held their usual monthly meaetitlg a ttheollico, i1 Ehlizabeth street, M1r. "William 'rebster in the chair Messrs. P. 11. Edwards and G. 11. lIolmes were appointed to nact as serutineers for the ballot of two shares, which took place after theevening's receipts. Tih numbers drawn were 130 and 012,, the succesful hallotees having the loan of 100 each for Aive years without interest.
A JUVENILE OFFENDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
A JIJVENILE OFFENDER. Some short time ago a young lad was brought up at the liothaln Court charged with assaultiig a young girl, by throwing a hard substance at her, which dislocated her arm. The case was clearly proved, and the magistrates inflicted a fine of £2, and awarded £2 2s. costs, or in default of payment he was sentenced to fourteen days Imnprisonment. Most probably the parties were under the impression that the father of the boy was able to pay; but the latter pleaded poverty wheri asked to rblease his son, and the consequence is that the boy, who is only nine years of age, is now in gaol, the associate of thieves and vaga bonds. Surely this is a case calling for interference on the part of the authorities,
MR. BURTT'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
MR. IURTT'S ADDIRESS. Mr. lhurtt Ihas issucd an address to the eloctors in which he insinuates that hio is in favor of every movement of a progres. sive oharacter-social and rehlgions which engages the attention of mankind ,at the present time. He tells us what -" Mr. IIgisbothanm thought of dlr. DBurtt," and how heo addresed largo meietings in the home country, and how heoalways paid hie elootion expenses. }He regrets that he is opposed by a gentleman holding similar opinions to himself, and winds up by naively proposing several questions to his opponents, the tendency of which, are to elevate the virtuous BIurtt at the expense of all other candidates. There are no less than sixty capital Is scattered about this precious dscument, affording tample evi dence of the ridiculous vanity which ali mates the writer. If 1[r. 1Burtt had over any chance of success hitherto, the pub lication of his address hIs h effectually dis. poled it, for we fancy that but few electors nwill be found sill...
THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
THE YWHOLESALE VEGETABLE MAR KET. It will be seen from a letter which ap pears in anothercolumn that the arrange. ments f?r tile settlement of this question are progressing most satisfletorialy, and there appears to be every probability of the market being established at no dis tant date. The diliculty with the Educa tion Department has been surmounted, and arrangements have been made with the Volunteer authorities for the removal of the orderly room. It is to be regretted that the committee have been left notonly to fight the battle in-the ratepayers in terst, but to provide tha necessary funds to carry out their object to a successful issue. Doubtless this has been occa. sioned mainly fromt want of knowledge by the residents of the subject, and it is only necessary to make allusion to the sibjest to cause the oversight to be remedied. We will have much pleasure in contrtbut ing to a fund iaised for this purpose, and will receive any contributions sent to us, and acknowledge the sa...