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COMMENT ON THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
COMMENT ON THE AUSTRA LIAN ELEVEN.. THE "greit" test match -Australia's Eleven v. the Next Best-upon which the personnel of the team to be sent to England in a great measure depended, hasbeen played, and the former just got home by the "skin of their teeth," thanks to the execrable field ing of their opponents, for had the Next Best taken a third of the chances offered theymust have won dsily.:: Prior to the last day's play the Selection Committee met, and decided to recommend to the Australasian Cricket Council (1) that the following changes be made in the team:-Messrs. Kelly and Hill to take the places of Messrs. Johns and Harry as first and second wicket-keeper respectively, and Mr. Turner to go as four teenth man. This change, though somewhat drastic, cannot but meet with the approval of those who desire to see the colonies repre sented by their full strength in the approaching contests with "champions" of the mother country. Subsequent meetings of the committee have, however, s...
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. THE ordinary weekly meeting of the above society was held in St; Mary's schoolroom, Victoria-street, on Monday evening, 9th inst. The President, Bro. J. Brodie, occupied tioe chair. . There was a good attendance of members. The Secretary, Bro. P. Smith, read the mi nutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. Bro. J; H. Smith re ported having attended a meeting of the Debate Tournament Committee, on Sun day, the 8th inst. After other routine busihess had been disposed of, it was decided to adjourn the next meeting till Wednesday, 18th inst., so as not to in any way jeopardise the success of fdiiis. N. M. O'Donnell and M. P. Jageurs' concert, on Monday evening, 16th inst., in aid. of the.New Church. The sylla bus item for the evening, a paper on "Gladstone," by Bro. -. Monks, of the aility as a biographer, as well as a ose researcher, and possesses a fairly pleas ing style, of entertaining his audience. After being read it was open to discus si...
LEEMING AND McMASTER TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
LEEM?LING AND McI'ASTER TROPHY. Melrose ,Jniolrs v. North Melbourne Excelsi.r.-Exelior, Ist innings, 105 -Rhosburne 40, Neylon 838. J. Murlphy I1 ... Bowling : F. Conus, 4 for 19. 2nd innings, 57-Brodie 22. Bowling: Carroll, 4 for 20; Louch, ,1 for 0; IH. Crosbio, 1 for 2. Melrose, 1st innings, 53--Carroll 12. Bowling: Murphy, 5 for 29; Wilsun, 5 for 21. 2nd innings, 80-Hunt 28. Bowling: Murphy, 7 for 80; Wilson, 3 for 9. Excelsior won by 70 runs.
CRICKET NOTES. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's Box. NORTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. NORTH STILL UNBEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
CRICKET NOTES. *--4- Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later'than Tuesday Evenings,' to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's .. ox... . . ... SBy MYBTOX. NORTH MELBOURNE v. , SOUTH MIELOBOURNE . lonrT STIL. UNDEATEN. No better exemplification of the un doubtable pluck which has characterised the play.of the North Melbourne team for years past could have been de sired, than the -way in 'which they wore down their opponents' defente-for defence it was from start to finish-on tlhe concludir ngday's play of the above match on Saturday last. A great crowd issesibled ion; thel. North Melbourne Rccieatioh'"Reserve to witness what promised to he an exciting finish. Perfectweather,'a really good wicket, and with batsmen of the calibre of Barrett, Giller, Morris, Palmer, Ingleton, Tatchell, and others, a brilliant exposition of the name was anticipated, but alas for the variety of human expectation, instead of a spccession of fourers, .ith an occasional fiTer to ease the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
ANGLING NOTES. -4--- AN(;GEIIRS' DEPOT, COnoIWELL 1uruLDINGS, 80 BOUnKE STREET, MIELUOUnRE. IN OUR NEXT ISSUEFRIDAY, S'2Oit MARCH, 2 Will be Comnenced. a Thrilling AUSTRALITAN STORY, NATURAL AsD SUPERNATURAL, cntitled "WHO IS HE ? OR, THE INDIAN MAHATMA IN AUSTHALIA," By- KEnx;ET!r- HAMILTO.,- .ID , -.R.C.S. ESTABLISHED 180. -SiBSCRIBED CkPiTAL 'i TJO TL ASETS. * "on. H . HED, IL.C. _AND W. NEWELL, Eq. --s -i~ . :. -: oAgents Wanted n Distriote here- ompany-s -noteprested, Public Notices. (Reygisteredl), " THS GRaTGST U tiisect Destroyer ..'t "I sl ''he wrld has knowsn. Unl- ! it, harmleaS to animal life, but un . HE MOST POVIERfUL I'nalle is lcsiroyina Mosquitoes, iens,s 1:lesln. Cochroaches. Ants, lie eles 19 ~ ~~~lhut *Jr, F~lrowerls. ns lelr rRTAIN DESTl Itsffectis unreel ?LL KIND? -*,l.brs. t?·ul?,i6??lVo?ther Insect .Powders. I,.SEC TS [ ihlt everywhere. Wholesale bly nl Wholesale Depot: - FLINDERS BUILDINGS, 312 rlinders Street. Spreader. M, rs. A. St UanEy-st (LateofAlbio Ho...
MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 13 March 1896
MELBOURNE SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. :Parkhill v. Keiv.--Tlis mntch: .was contiliued on Soturday nlast, and when'the stumpls were drawn tl h scre stood : Parkhill, 1st innings, 191; 2nd innings, 8' f;r G 67--W. Peaech 55 (not out), A. Pie 17, F. Burke 21, J. Kcenan 20, H. Rutley'l, E. Fox and E. Rutley 9 each, teingthcchiefscorers. Kew, Ist innings, 207.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
TsELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. a. d. Victoria .. Under £5 ... 1 o South Australia , . 3 . Queensland ... , ... 4 0 Tasmania ... ,, ... 3 0 New South Wales ,, '.. 2 0 Perth, WV.A. ... ,, 4: 0 Victoria ... Under £10 ... 1 6 South Australia 0,, .. 4 0 Queensland ... ,, . ;. 5 .0 Tasmania '... .,, ... 4 0 New South Wales ,, 0 ... 0 Perth, WV.A. ... ,;:" ... 5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
IONEY OnIDEan OFFICE. Office hours-l0 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon. -Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 ........ 6d. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 - Is. . . £10,. ,, ,, £15 1s. 6d. ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 " 2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: s. d. Not exceeding £2..... ... 06 ,, 5 ... ... 10 :I,, 7 .... ... 1 6 S 10 ... 2 0 SffiL .1O .. 3 0...· S 12 ..... ..... 2 6 . . 20 ..... ... 4 0 -Prayable-in-Great Britainand Ireland, Fraice, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon;'-, China, India, Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: e. d, Not exceeding £2.2 ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 - 2 6 ,-i-r~ ,but-not exceed 7--=- 6 ,, £7, but hot exceed. £10 - 5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
NonTu Ml aOeRNE ToWN COUNCIL. Mayor, Mr. T. Fogzirty, J.P. ' Eastern Ward-Mr. J. Gardijier; Mr. W. H. Fuller, J.P.; Mr. J. Barwise, J.P. Middle Wardl1-Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; MrID. . Wadick. SWestern Ward-Mr.-. C-tello; M, J. O. Steel, J.P.; Mr. J. G. Petrie. Town Clerk, Mr. B. J. Randall. Rate Collector, Mr. J. Kearney. Surveyor, Mr. E. Melver. Health Officer, Dr. Whitaker. Inspector, MIr. E. Magnus.
THE COUNCILS AND FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
TIE COUNCILs AND, FEDERArTION. The St. Kilda Council have issued a circular to all tilhe surrounding municipa lities advocating their taking action towards facilitating Federation, and advising that Lord Brassey's suggestion recently delivered that thie Government should collect and have i1rinted all literature bearing on Federation, andti should distribute thie pamphlets bIy mleansn of the Councils to thie ratepayers, should be adopted. Thie subject of Federation, Federal dcfence, Federal Parlinament, and all connected with tile luovement have been oil thie tapoie for somre years note, and although thiere is much detail no dourbt cotnnected with thie subject unfantiliar to the majority of people, it is questionable wihether thre vice-regal suggestion is advisable to adopt-unless as a means for causing more ihands to be taken on by thie Governtment printer. Most plain thinking people see thie great impediment to Fedleration in our silly jealousies and our neighrbors equal culpa bili...
THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO THE FLEMINGTON RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
THE- RIGHT OF A"CCESS TO THE FLEMINGTON . RACE COURSE. O.r Monday afternoon the Premier, Mr. G. Turner, paid a visit to the Flemington racecours& to hear thire views of time municiphl representatives as to why the rateplayers tshould :ave anccess to certain portions of tire Course free of charge on non-racing days, and also to a.certain the arguments of the V;R.O. why they should not. The Premier was accom panied by Messrs. Best, Hancock, Prendergast, and Deakin, Ms.L.A., and the Councils of Flemington, Footscray, Essendon, Brunswick, and North Mel bourno were represented--the delegates of rho last-nnamed body being. Crs. Steel, Barwise, and Gardiner. Messrs. Byron Moore, Miller, Croker, and F. Madden, M.L.A., represented the V.R.C. The attention of tihe Premier was directed by Cr. J. H. Gardiner (Nth. Mlelb.) and time Memblers for North Melbourno and Footerscy to a fenrce which blolked thie passag6 of prdestr;ns along thire bank of the river northwards after crossing the dr...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, BY KENNETH HAMILTON M.D.,F.R.C.S. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, COP ERIGHiT.] WHO IS HE? h OR The Indian Nahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY oF lHE Natural & Supernatural, at XEN TH I IAIMfILTOY .1.D., F.R.C.S. islHoos, ihtrally "osea!,' ? n rpt of the Alhet onler--emalhd mcin n inhos, hlno e attincl ts thoernbtus Over teir yorl ronciplr, thu un inohdlebd hb 'he rm of flth.' Dvirn . yoponrm of storryer" nduet of rilac artic--Mahntmas of orpted lihddhsio. T?o hase -aio d to sa uprelh oed r nuthl onditiurm and -?udx hcipsnes s or lht osn 00j0ct$ isor fO"ni O 055h5r. - GHLPTEIR I. A glrloinounDece m e on ing the Vie tori:n bus. Over the tall garlull trees tile oun is beginning to to hro lias golden rays, irsting lorey but seanty hnads rosl GrO the forest glades noloreh c o· 5 of the y te ood - nn hhd filled tme wood -kine of davsa gone hv-the das s helon eery gdlls had its teem iog popltnioln of stury ndolentlrero from cery. clime. Thi bold otlinoe oof Tanin 'nier are lightepd up witl his beam. Wore ene looking at...
CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. Os Monday evening, the 1Gthli inst., the North Melbourne Town Hall was filled to its utmost capacity, to witness a really grand concert, initiated and sue cessfnlly carried through by Mesdames N. M. O'Donnell and M. P. Jageurs, in aid of St. Mary's (R.C.) New Clhrchl Building Fund. Tile first part of the programme opened with a pianoforte re cital of Irish Airs,. by Miss Cissie HIennessy, a highly accomplished pianist, wrlose` manipulation .of the.beautiful in strument was appreciated by the audi ence. MLr. Fred.'Mendoza, a very sweet tenor, sang "!'Kate O'Shane," in good v.oice and with perfect ease. Miss Marian Rya- a pleasing -esntrate,-possesing considerable range of voice, sang "Katlh leen Mavourneen" in a beautiful yet sympathetic style. Mr. Ernest Fitts sang '" Father O'Flynn," in a full, ring ing baritone voice, with all the case and confidence of a professional, for whlich hie was heartily applauded. Miss C. Hemming recited "Thre Benediction," for ...
OUR FAMILY GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
OUR FAMlIITY GRAVE. Our family galre, olh.: how dearly'ilove it, For therecrest the dear ones, once ourhope andil pride; 'Tis railed in, and has a fine tombstone above it, And two little tablets, that stand side by aide; They shaow the names of our dearly departed; Not lost, but before us have crossed death's dark wave, Whose absence has left us here nigh broken-hearted What tears have been shed at our family grave ! To Ood; how many a prayer has beeu said Sthere. That to His bright regions their spirits have gone The tirst was our father, we tenderly laid there; And then Edward left us, lhe wvas the next one; Then pooersister Maggie-oh! life it is hollow She passedaway, though she was youthful and brave; And then my pobor Janne was the next one to follow; They sleep side byside in our family grave Oh, the grave I what a place for deep meditation It brings backi thie death-bed, the glazed eye, the gloom - The parting, the last look, the griefrdtlesolation, The terrible gap that is l...
A NEW SITUATION. [All Rights Reserved.] (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 20 March 1896
A N1EWSITUATION. BY OHAIILES JUNOI1. . • ".! Ri~hts Reserlved.] (Continued from last week.) " ToEnE's not £10,000 in ready cash to be borrowed from any living source in this cursed city, you fool," snarled Dane impaticntly. "If' there were I'd get them, and, as I can't, don't you come here with any cock-and-bull scheme to noe. Bearing iti mind What I have put cIp with, I think you might have hod more i:onsideration for me than to come up here like this." "Its just because I do consider it that I am hero, William," wavs the an swer. " L.t us for a monment recapitu Into a few facts. You and Barker alone know that I am your brother, Francis Dane, and your only blood-relation living; and you and he alol:d can iden tify me as tlhe- !crvanting-cashier -of a[nrrison's iron fousidry in Liverpool. VWhen you and Barker 'first started, thirty years ago, and wrote to me for tile loan of £500, for which you faith fulls promised a return of £1,000 within six months, you knew I wanted to marry Mar...