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MR. CURTAIN AND THE POLICE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
MilR. CURTAIN AND THE POLICE An application was recently made to thie lion. the Chief Secretary by Mfr. Curtain to have two members of the police fore reinstated, they having been dis charged for a breach of the new " Police Abt." After hearing the facts of the case, Mr. Francis sail the matter came properly under the control of theochief commissioner of police, and recommended that the whole subject should be submitted to Captain Standish.
BRUNSWICK DRAINAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
BRUUNSWW0K DIIATNAGE QUES 'TION. A deputation of ratepayers waited on the Drainage Committee on Monday last with a view of inducing the Conncil.to abide by the plans prepared by the Borouglh Surveyor. and approved of by the Government. It was urged that if the present levels in Victoria street west are adhered to, the whole of that locality will be left totally undrained,: and that, however the water northwards may be directed, there must of necessity be a very large area bounded iy Albert and Ba13llarat streets left to be drained eastwards. The reply given appeared to be that the extra cost of the work giving a better fall for drainage or a lower level at starting would so far increase the cost as to bar any alteration to the altered levels Many of the ratepayers feet aggrieved at this action of the Council, .and we understand they have asked the Public Works Department to send out one of its ofileers to examine the locality and see how far the wrorks now in progress will drain it....
THE HOTHAM BOARD OF HEATH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
THE IIOTHI-AM IIOliD OF IHEATH. His IIonor Judge lPohlman gave his ado journed decision in the cases of the Local Board of Health, IIotham v Huddle, Guy, Blarwiso, and Stubbs, in which the ruling of the court was sought as to the value of certain land taken at thie back of proper. ties for the purpose of making a drain. Thle ownrrs and the board could not agree as to terms, and and therefore there was an appecal under the provisions of the 48th section of the Public Health Amendment Act. - His Honouir decided in favor of the board of health, judgment to stand over for a fortnight to see whether ar rangements could not be made..
GEN'S FOR THE "NORTH MELBOURNE ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
43EN S FOR TIIH "NOtLTI .MELIOUtRNr. ADVER ITISEIR." 'o ham : Mir. E. Lyons, 27 Quoeesberry st. Ca' tri : e re. J. Calalder, i Elizabeth st: cet. Mr. Gregory, lvgou street. Bruuswick: Mir. Eckersall, Sydcney road. Cuburg: Mir. 'L'urnham. Sydney road. Co'lingwood : Mrs McMullio, 191 Gertrude street. East Collingwood : M[r. WV. T. Capper, 130 Wellingtou street. Fitzroy : 7Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick street. Elthan : A[r. Andrews. Heidelberg and Alphington : Air. O'Keefe.
MR. CURTAIN AT CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
MIR: CURTAIN. AT CAIILTON. T?he Trade; Iiall in COrlton was crowdedto excess on Wednesday evening on the co casionof M . J bh Curtain addression the electors. [i,. Miller occupied the chair. M-r. Curtain, on eom;ng forward, was -warmly received. II tbanked them deeply •forhis reeeptirn Three years egohe ap. s cored before them, when they returned him in nceh a manner that he felt that all he could do he was bound to perform. lie had endeavored to do them the justice he felt they deselvel After referring to his past career and the (vents connented therewith, well known to oeneral reanlere, the candi. date said the Government had not shed much light ou the political future. II econ. fessed that he wa1 at a loss to know what to do. Te AAtemobly was reespnsible to the country, butthe Council was not. Every time they (the members of the Cuine'l) were elected they felt stronogr and stronger, aed able to defy.the electors. Its agreed with the greatest radical in the room in giving the powe...
MR. STORY AT CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
IMR. STOiRY AT CARLTON. A large meeting of electora of North Mel. bourne was addressed by Mr. J seph Story, a- candidate for the representation of that •eleotorate, at the- Oedorl.room, (0 attan. •treet, on Monday. Mr. Taomas Reilly was ,voted to the chair. AMr. Story said, with regard to the coneti. tutional question, that the Upper House had always buen very obstructive, and reform -was urgently needed. The Ministerial re. 'form policy seemed to be the boat remedyyet proposed with the view of seouring a better s ?'te of thin e, bht he would vote for a better if a better were proposed. lie hoped the Council would agree to be reformed. " Toere ought also to be electoral reform. and the electorates ought to be made aqual in regard topopulati n and representation. On the subjeot of the tariff, he said that if maou. iaotores made out a goof case for the abolition or alteration of the duty on any articles they used, he would, if elected, .endeavor to have their views carried into efstft...
The Elections MR. MUNRO AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
The Elections MIt. MlUNRO A' dAOThAM. On Tuesday ovening iMr James Matnro addressed the'eleotors of North Melbourne at the now Temperance Ilall in Queensberry. street, IIotham. About six hundred of the electors were -present: Mr.- Buncle was unanimously voted to the chair. The Chairmia,. in opening the proceedings of the ovoeing, said the position in which by their Ikiudnoas he had been placed was one which he was always glad to take, for he was on all occasions ready to.devoto hims'of for the bonesfi of his fellow electors. For himnself, he might say that he was not pledged to any of the candidates; "hid, while endeavouring to act impartially, heo would . eolicit a tsle anea impeartlal h ar ing for the gentleman who wss about to add roesthein. M He lioped they would allow every candidate during the election to state his opinions fully and fairly, anud that no one present would d sturb the harmony of the meeting, so that every candida'o whether successful or not, woald be able to na...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Drapers, etc, Corner' of ,MADILLNE and QUEENSBERRY STREETS, CARLTON. R N w = ^ FIRST DIS PLAY OF THE EW AUT'UMN AND WINTER GOODS. Attention is specially invited to the New Dress Materials, Compriseng all the most DURABLE and FASIIIONAILE Fabriea in the NEWEST SHADES of COLO'RS. GRE.AT INVELTIES Shawls, Viantles, Costumes, Polonaises and Ovesskirts. The Show Room is well supplied with New STRAW OODS AND MILLINERY, FEATHERS AND FLOWERS, A&C. An unusually large supply of BLANKEJTETS AND FLEANJES, Bought early to securo them as cheap as possible. Also, New Designs in Tapestry, Carpets and Floorcloths. Gents' and -Boys' Clothing for the Change of Season, Including the Bannookburn and Colonial Tweeds. The prices, which will he found remar.kably low, are all marked in Plain Figures. N.B. Omnibusee run past every five minutes. EDWVD. CORNELL, Proprietor. 8P E C I A L NOT I CE. 7 ERY SWELL'S CLEARINO.OUT SALE Of SUMMERI DRAPERY, Cousisting of SILKS, MILLINERY, FANCY DRESSES. SCARFS, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Auctio9s. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. A' Twelie O'ctoouk. CA RLTON. C J. and T. HAM uavoreceived instrue Stions from the owner to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, ot their rooms, 49 Swanoatonstroet, on Wedneeday, let April, at twelve o'clock. All that piece or parcel of land, having a frontae of 1031-. to LYNCII STREET, off Cardigan street, C.rlton, by a depth of 73 t. to a right-of-way at rear lOft. wide. Oa the land are erected EIGHT IBRICK COTTAOES containisg four rooms each, with a weatherboard cottage at rear. The above will be offered iu one lot, ad if not sold wi 1 be subdivided to suit pur. chasers. Four Brick Cottages, of four rooms each, with weather board cottage at rear. Lot 2. Four B:ick Cottages, of four rooms each. The above firat.clua property is situate near the University, olose to omnibuses and cabh, andwithin 10 minutes' walk of the Post Office, and produces a rental of £231 8s. per annum, Terms at Sale. FRIDAY, MAltCII 27. A: T wo O'C ock. HOTHAI. Important Sle of Freehold P.ope...
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Am use llnets. TILE OPERA. The Rloyal Italian Opera season com menced on the 18th inst., introducing to its pa.rons soveral additional artistes, selected by Signor Cagli during the recess. The new engagements consist of Signora IMria 'alnmieri, Signora Alice Persiana, Signora Alnmacinzia \Igi, Si nora Baldas sare, and Signori Fiorani, Baldassare, and Favelln. The season was opened with Verdi's grand opera '" I Trovatore," pro duced with a style and finish never before seen in Melbourne. Signora Almnacinzia Magi made her first appearance as Azucena; she was received with a perfect ovation, and succeeded in establishing her. self as a favorite with the house. Her voice can hardly be described, as its tones seem to combine the beauties ofo contralto and a mnczzo.soprano. It is pure, and, especially in the upper register, it rings through the house with a sweet, silvery sound that is charming. Shie possesses large dramatic powers, and ia line figure, and the directors are to be congratu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Publications. TIlE NORTH MELBOURINEI AD'I E TISER, Circulating in Hotham, Carlton. West Melbourne, Heidelberg. Brunswick, Coburg. Fitzroy, Collingwood, etc. Published every Friday. The price of the paper is Is. per quarter or 4s. per year, delivered, payable in advance. Single copies, ld. ADVERTISEMENTS Per inch . ... ... 3s: tlanding notices, as per agreement. Advertisements received for-each issue up to one o'clock on the day previous to publi. cation. Each advertisement should, boar upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. - When no instructions are sent in reference to the number of insertiohs, the advertisement will be continued until coun. termanded, and charged accordingly. All orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements from Coburg, Brunswick, Collingwoed Carlton, and Fitzroy, must be in writing, and forwarded to the office, 35 Elizabeth street north. All communications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, and sh...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. loYNDAY, MA?Inii 23nD. Present-TThe Mayor and Councillors Clarke, Caine, Lauireus, Thomas, White, Carroll, Paton and Ryan, - - IIOTIIA?[ TEIrPEnIA\NCE IHALL. A letter was received from Mr. Bell, the hon. secretary of the Victoria Dis trict I. 0. "Rechabites, asking to have the pathway in front of the Iothamn Tem perance IIall and thie space between it and IMr. Riddle's, flagged. As a similar application, which hlad been made some time previously by Mr. Davis, of Capel street, was refused on the ground that in consequence of want of funds theaCouncil could not attend to his request, it was decided to treat all such applications in a similar manner until the Council had funds to pay for . the improvements re quested. A division was calle- for, when there appeared the [Mayor and Councillors Carroll, Paton, tyni, y h, ite and Caine in favor of the decision, and Councillors Clarke and Laurens against. CoXT.NSION OF ARDEN STREaET. Councillors Laurens, Cla...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 21ST. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 27 March 1874
Police, HOTHAM COURT. Saturday March 21st. (Before Mr. Clarke, J.P.) A Foolish Fellow.- Jamnes Delaney appeared charged with breaking it pane of glass, the properly of Joseph Strauss. He was also further charged with assaulting Sergeant Lydd and damagingl his uniform. For the first offence he was fined 5s. and 5s. damages. and for the second he was fined 5s. and 20s. damages. DnusKt AND DisoiniauLV.-WVillilfam Pegott for being disorlerly o'er his cups was fined 5s. or 21i hours' imprisoninent. Micnhael J. Gill, for a similar offence was muleted in a similar penalty. David llourke anod James Brown for drunkenness, were cautioned and dischanrged. MIo.u.?y, Msanclt 23. (Blefore Mr. Illoyd. J. P.) S.TUInnAY NIroIT's FouLr. - John Gillies, Matilda Scott, Patrick Martin, and Riclhard King appeared to answer for being drunk. As they had been in the lockup since Saturday night they were eautuioned and discharged. Jane Owens fur aii imilii'i offece on Sunday was~ cau. tioned aund discharged....
HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874
HANDBALL. There were some good matches at hand ball contested at the Carlton courti on Saturday afternoon, notwithstanding the unfavorable weather for outdoor exercise. The first event of interest was the "colts" match, in which, Messrs. Ormsby and O'Brioen -tried conclusions, with Messrs. Egan and Hickey. The play throughout eachgame was.excellent, and was much applauded by the spcctators. The latter gentlemon.won. The next match, which consisted of six games, was between Messrs. Ireland and Leahy 'and Messrs. M'Namara and' Byrno. Messrs. Ireland and Leahy won four games, their oppo nents only winning twOd.
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The Wesleyan Sunday: Sohool Anni. vorsary Services will be hold to.morrow, when the Rov. Mfr. Heywood will preach in the morning, the Rev. J. WOatsford in the afternoon at throo o'clock, and the Rore. Mr. Lelcan at half-past six p.m. On Tuesday the tea mooting will tako placeo in the old church, with a public meeting, immediately afterwards in the new building. The scholars' treat is to be given on Wednesday.
WEST MELBOURNE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874
WEST MELBOURNE ELECTION. M.Mr. Sichol hold a crowded meeting at the Criterion on Monday. IHe was simply in favor of froetrade, pure and simple, and designated protection as one remove from licensed robbery. Mr.-Langton hold a meeting on the same day at Stuart's hotel, but it was de cidedly averse to the candidato. Mr. Siehol is the chief favorite, and will .pro bably be returned.
AN OLD RESIDENT OF CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874
AN OLD RESIDENT OF CARLTON. Mr. Win. Gledhill, of the firm of Gled hill and Co., has purchased a very hand some proporty in Canning street, Carlton, where he intends to reside in future. One of the principal objections to Mr. Gledhill's candidaturo at the lato municipal election was the fact of his non-rosidonco in the listriot. This objection will bo removed whon A?r.-otlod?h1 again sooks the suf frages o the ratopayors.
BRUNSWICK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874
IBRUNSWVICK MECHAINICS' INSTI TUTE. A now quarter of this excellent institu tion commences with this month, and we observe the committee invite the residents of the borough to become members. There is now a library of 1100 volumes available for subscribers, which, with the leading colonial and English newspapers and magazines, afford a strong inducement to spend the small charge made. The attendance at the free reading room has greatly increased; and when the com mitteo receive a supply of books from the Public Library in Melbourne, a still greater interest in the institution will be manifested.