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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

' ublcations. - T,;rTHE NORTH jMELBOURNE ADVER.. " i irculating in iHotham' Carlton:West SMe elbourne Heidelberg, Brunswick, C,: ob.uig'Fitzro "colungwoo, tc. ' . . Published every Friday. :; The price of tho, paor is Is. per qaorte or S4. per year, delivered, payable in advance; bingle copies, Id. i d ' ADVERTISEMENTS.'' Perinch n'tding notices a per agreement S;-to-one-o'clook on the,day previou to pulli S- oatlon, Eachl.advertismont. should) bear upon the minusoript the numberof insertions Srequired. l When no instructions arb sent in Sreof6ienca'.tod thb'numibeir of.sertions; ýthe Advi ontied until conU. tcr andhan rged, accor iglr.. |1U. orders to alter,ar discontinuo advertisemints S.from ..Cobarg., iBrunwicki, Collingwood - Carlton; and Fitzroy, must bein' writing' and' forwarded to' the office,; 35 Elizabeth street nort' '' ' '" A, A ommyun ica ptq tdlfon ld for insertion must b authenticated i by,; the) niame nd address of the writer, and should bo sent to the feice not lat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

..-.- ".Drapers, etc R.'. BARRET GLASG?,WO USE, . CORNER O -p pncer & -Rosslyn sts. -- :.F 7 NELS, SHET,. IN, plain and twilled CNOWTTo SHOrI.NG WWME?.'SSO HTID:a, 'i S. TOWEIS,C . CoUn~ptERPES, `a ,ago':.'10t, slightly " '"ida;to lie, old a cheap, TABLE LINEN,. .* F, A NDIAPEIlai LAWN, &cl O IRISH LINEN, HOYLE'S PRINTS,;&c. DRESSES, ., . S -SHAWLS, and a well assorted stock of MILLINERY, SHATs, would call o heUill attetion to the Ladies' - Udlerclothing De IS UNEQUALLED, tlargeoto Coutle and Satin StaRtn ys,. enisitly soled, at r . se.r and es Gs,.Gd, worth "-i· A rgo stock of English, ScotcEh, and Color al Tweeds.; . Heads of amilies requirin good Useful .Drapery, may rely on gettcingp good Value for uMoney, at t theto thSc e LASGot HOnUE,-' 08 SPENCER STREET. Outfitting Department. Mens' TwIo Trousers and Vests,10s Odto35s Black and Bo PagLetl and Sa Coats Tweed Cots . e H0 Dozen Muen's B1lo?l and Colored nas Sha. p ats , 4a 6d Sr: IWo1 ,?lo ipoetbtento gn...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. HE WOULD MARRY SOMEBODY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

Tales, Sketohes, &c. IIE WOULD MiARRY SOMEBODY., 8quire Dudley was in his garden pullin'g woods in his patch of tame otrawberries on tho-morning when he took a fancy for Ruth Leesa pretty faoo. She oame down the ,odd :looking as fredh as a norblown rose, in her -plain calico dress and straw hat. Heor -brown hair, out quite short, blow all about 'horfanoiln little rings, and her blue eyes -and-bright chooks mado her as pretty a picture as one often sees. Squiro Dudley -saw her just as she was opposite the straw. berry patch, and called out "Good morn ing," in hls brislk, cheery way. -"Oh l good morning," she answered. "You almot 'soared me, Squire Dudloy. I.didn't see you until you spoko." ".Plusant morning isn't it ?" said the Squirn noming up to the fonco. Ruth had halted In the road. It's beautiful weather," answered Ruth, " I told mother it was too pleasant to stay Indoors, and started off on a visit." "Are your strawberries ripe yet ?" said the Squire, wondering that he ...

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To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

,-To the Editor, of ithioAdveriser- , I - Sir-Having-porusod iMr. Burtt's aq-. dross, to which my. attention.was specially ý'called in consequence of the remarks ip .'ybur last issue, 'I not 'only confirm -yor statement as to thu prominence of tho pelr Ssorial pronoun therein, but: must also 'add '.that a moro egotistical document raroly, .if over, was addrosscd to any constituency •.--indeed had. I not been aware, that the gentleman was a total abstainer, I should Scertainly hav imagined him when writing ' the sano to have boon underithe influence "iof something stronger than water. IaHow '*ever, as theo good gentleman is end avot -',!ing toeOnlist.the sympathy of tho:electors b ,'tO?'old"saw o? his long'adhOrenco to "" thY liberal duso,'and also'a to tho unfaii' ,, noss, of; another well-kniown hndidate 6o ii,,deavoriug to bbtain: his scat, 'lwuld cdll is. ts.ttention.to. ths .facts :-L-fThat'-po6kbt ti boroughs -do, notoexist iinty?itoria ; ,thtt, the seatsainParliment belon4 to....

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BRUNSWICK DRAINAGE. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

B31UtNSWICKl DRAIN AGE. To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sin,-I thank you for the attention you have given to the important subject of tho drainage of Brunswick in yotr columns, and I trust the ignoraneo of the inhabi tants. as to .tho :ngs of the .Borough Council'is now dispaii!rl d. . providontial visitation, in the shape of' a heayi'fall of ain, lias put the moani of obtaining prad tial ?nfprmiatisnoin .tho,.matter of leves ;with unorriig' itcuracy, andii.has resulted in odular demonstration of what the ovilL willbe to ;West Brunswiok if the startingi point of.tho drainage works is not lowered. A more wilful, determined, and foolish attempt to ruin .the borough I never re member-.' The waste of mnoney is a meto hagatello, but to pursue a course which must cause disease and death in a district is a very serious affair, and what elso can be looked for if the locality on the west side '-of the Sydney road is not only to be loft undrained, but made worseo.tanit is at present? There i...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 30TH. (Before Mr. F. Lloyd, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

Police. HOTHAM COURT.   MONDAY, MARCH 30TH. (Before Mr. F. Lloyd, J. P.) THE DRUNKARD'S ROLL.- Agnes Koop- man, for indulging too freely, was fined os. or twelve hours' imprlsonmont.- Burrill Johnston was cautioned and disoharged. Ann Watson was similarly dealt with. * REMANDS.- George Kirkland, charged   with larceny.- William Reynolds, charged under the Vagrant Aot, wore remanded until the 2nd Apli .. , INSULTING CONDUCT. - John Herrald, while suffering orecovery from an overdose of beer, became so very insulting in his be. havior that on appoariog before the bencho he was fined 10s. or 48 hours' inonaroration. - Henry Davis, on a .similar .harge, was cautioned and seant about his bosinoss. Thomas Foley, charged with a similar broach of the law, was finod o5. or 24 hours' im prisonment. TUESDAY, ALtRCH 31ST. (Before Mr. J. Carroll, J.P.) DBUNK AND DISORDERLY.- John Maloney and Peter Smith, for ovor.indulgenoo, were lined sosorally 5G. or 24 hourn' inoarco...

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A CARLTON CHEMIST COMMITTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

A CARLTON CHEMIST COMMIT- TED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. Dr. Youl held an inquest at the Carlton hotel, Elgin street, Carlton, a few days ago, on the body of Mary Ann Allison, aged fifty-one years, who died on the 27th inst. The deceased was taken ill on the 23rd inst. at her house, 120 Elgin street, Carlton, when Constant Broyer, a chemist, carrying on business at 64 Elgin street, Carlton, was called in to see the deceased, and proscribed medicine for her. He visited her on several subsequent occasions. On the morning of the 27th she became much worse. When Dr. Wigg was sent for, and he saw her twice during that day, but she died about ten a.m. On being applied to for a certificate of death he re- fused, on the ground that the chemist, Broyer, who was not a medical man, had been in attendance on her. Dr. Wigg, who made the post mortem examination on the body, stated that the cause of death was peritonitis. The jury, after a short consultation, brought in a verdict of man slaughter against B...

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SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

SCHOOL BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of the Brunswick Board of Advice will be held in the Mechanics' Institute, this evening, it six o'clock.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. All notices of births, marriages and   deaths occurring in North Melbourne, or adjoining districts, will be inserted gratuitously, if sent to the office be-     fore 12 o'clock on Thursday.

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CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 3 April 1874

-CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS BANK.   Mails are despatched from this office at __. 0 a.m. arriving at Melbourno at 7.44 a.m. : Tm =. , "' 10.54 n.m. 2.10 p~m. *. ; i,, ,, ~ 1.20 p.m. 3.40 p.m...... 4 p.m. 4.?0p.m. .-?. . .4 4p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors of the Savings' Bank ' .    

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SANITARY CONDITION OF BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

?'Bi... ,yNS.WO.zo~ i,;,- itt? to the Chairmans of- 6ti Health. P9-1. mittee, Bfbildawick?-L ,'?='?;uofj?.1-? '<~Sir4-Exceptingr four (4) petlllfi~i-: dyphtbifrf;a'tlicrs1~i ·I trdofo~ vo'nAbi as to..J the,stato of. thb'liealtheFf the borough f~i the year 187?., t('hqij~csos.however informus that we arer ,ad~ally, like other towns and places of t s 'olPy,- recoiing ig the saed' 'of the diseaseoe~, other, con. tries of the world, or- what is still more--. orrible to contemplat6( [wo(drlt idelih sheernogleoct of sadnita try dia6'''sie'e.l l i vrelopming anow the diseases'-thiemselveo 'foi as far as regards'dyphthoria' ~Utos'?lo bhon shhoihtdoh'av bd'introddcdod' fr6s' .'.' abroad, but on the contrary,,it; ppoares?to; have nriglMtiAl in diffcrcat- parts oi'a t'- i , rolonyabout tlid "samo' lime.? . Who then I6 'to blamo.ef6rl:thiI fe?arful state:;of thins?P. TEoedchiicOs are that theo sovoral. e :, local governing bodiesof the .colony `aro',i' the persons to bear, the respon...

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Correspondence. HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

ifEIDELBEIRG SHIRE COUNOI. To the Editor of theo:Advertiscr.'", Sir--It .seoaS! the majority" of the r Heidelberg Shire. Council are wiso in'their generation, or elseo they- are 'blinded. 'by' their pride of oillco, if'they think tO'occ?py the right of hitting ing'jiidgpii to6n thlir own ddeediitit th cclusonF -ipublic opinion. It is a lvery?wellFfor the Pre sident to assume to hlimself as much virtue as,the .whola'human race.fron:.4dam s?till/, now, and the ',Old Identity,' to h~lhtowasle" 1 over., his : transactions by b a. e :resole.:: tion, forr your report says :that -Coun cillor: Studley admitted i to 'proposing r. iWingrovoe after the tenders were.o opened, and does, not contain any denial:'r of Councillor Studloy advising' Mr.'Ross to amend his tbtideor -xvhichl? spiformation? was furnished ib .by, Z'X : osý hiinsolf--_ .and the present ,Secr6?tgr' sintqrvewip1.J ,s certain' counlorir'a.se&m, ton sa vos.1iden quietly ignored. I vas. :gratified1 ,pr:; reading Mr'lobin...

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Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

S:Borough Councils. HOTKAM COUNCIL: ; T uns bDAY, APRL 8Tri. "" ( The ordinary ,meeting of the IHotlam Council was held'oh Thursday ovening. His?Worship'te Mayoc-proside4;. , The minuts" of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ... i "The ConnEsroiDmaNcE read was of an unimportant character. A lotter was read; from the:.Omnibus Company, asking' the Council: to make a,orossing to the com-: pany's stables.-From the Crow-n Lanids Department; calling the attention of the Council to the proclamation of the exten-i sion of Lothain street.-From Mr. Flana. gan, asking permission to construct a drain under ithe'road to carry: off' the surfaoe water from his land. A petition was pro sented from a large number of ratepayers, asking'that a lamp miglit be erected at the corner of Chapman and Harker, streets, as hght at that point, was much required. Payments to the extent of £478 19s. 5di were ordered to be made... ' It was agreed. 'that.ian opening with sliding. windawo.,should be made ...

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The Elections. MR. HIGINBOTHAM AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

The Elections. MR. HIGINBOTHAM AT BRUNSWICK. On last Tuesday evening the 'Mcohadica' Institute, Brunswick, was crowded to.its ut most capacity by about 500'electors, anxious to hear an expression of the opinions of -the Hon. George Higinbotham on the Govern. moot test question, and on other prominent topics now engaging public attention.' Trhe hair was taken hby the M[ayor, Mr. J. C. reezoe. The reception which the hon. gentlneman received was enthusiastio. 'The first .sub. jeot commented on was the conduct of the Upper House in rejecting the bill for the re form of both Houses presented during the last session of Parliament, which the speaker considered one of the worst over offered by any Government, and rejoiced at seeingit thrown out by the Connoil inispite' of its being an act of discourtesy to the Legislative 'Assembly. The fault of the miscarriage of justice in the Mount and Morris case began and ended with the judges of the Supreme Court, and not with the law·officers of the...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, APRIL 10TH, 1874. THE POLITICAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

" .-' AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. "RIDAY, APRIL 1OrT, 187.1. THEI POLITICAL CRISIS. Despite the support which the leading columns of the daily Melbourne jour nals are giving to the Ministorial project for making the Legislative Council work= able, people will ask " Is Mr. Fraticis in earnest'l" Theroeare certainly strong grounds for putting such a question when the very extraordinary conduct of the Ministry is taken into consideration. If the Government has made up its mind when the new parliament meets to com mence and carry on to the bitter end the struggle 'which the Upper House has' not been.chary of provoking why, when the country was anxiously looking for, some manifestation of ia future Ministerial policy, a silence, which could be felt, was maintained by Mr. Francis until close upon the eve of the first batch of the elections coming off? The result has-been that candidates have really been very dubious inl tackling the Govern ment scheme, the majority of them beiug apparently unab...

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Cricket. UNITED MILLWRIGHTS v. BEAUMARIS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

Cricket. UNITED MILLWOIIIITS V. DEAUMAIIIS. A match between the above clubs was playedon EasterTMonday, at Choltenham. The Beaumaris has the reputation of bo ing one of the best clubs in that neighbor hood, haringnevorlost a match this sea son on their own ground, consequently a very close contest was anticipated. All preliminaries having been arranged, it was decided to play for a ball. Pncetually at the hour appointed, 11 o'clock, the Beau maria men sent two of their batsmen to the wickets against the bowling of Cooley and Duncan. Both bowlers being in good fettle, and determined to do their best, catches and falling timbers were very frequent and all the team were disposed of for the small score of 16. The mill. wrights then handled the willow and managed to put, together 41, of which number 22 was contributed by Cooley, who played with great freedom, a fine cricketliko innings. After lunch the hBeaumaris men again resumed their place at the wickets, but could make no stand again...

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COBURG CONTRACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

CJOBURiG CONTRACTORS. The Coburg Road Board, after much patience and long suffering, seem at last detefhsined that there shall be no further trifling on the part of contractors, but that they shall carry out the conditions of the various works, or sutffer the penalty imposed. At the last meeting, three contractors were fined, and although there is a prbbability of some abatement being made, still, from the feeling shown by members, contractors will see that in future they will not be allowed to do altogether as they choose.

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ST. MARY'S, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

ST. MARY'S, LTITHAM, The outdoor annual festival of St. Mary's Sunday School took place on Easter Monday in the Royal Park. There was a very full attendaace of the scholars, upwards of four hundred of whom most heartily enjoyed themselves. The whole of the caildren assembled in the church shortly after nine o'clock, and on the conclusion of prayers, proceeded in procession to the old plc-nic ground in the Royal 'ark. A variety of notcr taiing sports wore carried out, prizes being ,awarded to .the successful comn petitors. Ample refreshments were pro vided on the ground under the soupcrin tenco of Mr. Barton, of Chotwynd-street, and altogether a most agreeable day was spent. A few larrikins, during the after noon, attemplted to mar the, harmony of the gathering by assaulting one of the school teachers because he would not allow them to interfere and do as they liked with school property. They, how over, muet their match, and soon found thomselves in the custody of ths police. Unfortu...

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Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

Amusements. THE OPERA. The Prince of TYales Opera Houso has been filled throughout the week, and the audience hare testified by their warm ap plause the estimation in which the lead in artists are holdlby the music loving public. The operas were but a repetition of those produced during the preceding week, with the oxcdption of " Il Trora tore," which was introduced on Thursday evening for the first time this season. The house was welt £filed.

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ELECTION NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874

ELECTION NEW1S. Mr. Curtain held a crowded meeting at the new Temperance Hall, Rotham, on Wednesday evening. :Mr. James Carroll, J.P., occupied the chair. The candidate entered into an explanation of his political conduct since he was first returned for the district, and contended that he had always endeavored to per form his duty in an honest, straightfor ward manner. During his speech Mr. Curtain was warmly applauded, and at the conclusion, a unanimous vote of confidence was awarded him as a fit and proper person to represent North Melbourne in the new Parliament. Mr. Munro addressed a large meeting of the electors at the Trades' Hall, Carlton, on Thursday evening. Hle entered into a full explanation of his political views, which have already been published, and stated that he was connected with no clique or party-he would go into the Assembly, if elected, a perfectly inde 'pendent and free member. A unani mous vote of confidence in him was passed. 'Mr. Godfrey held a meeting of t...

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