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THE KNELL OF PROTECTION. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
T:,,," ITld!I NELLAP'PIROTECTIOliV?!" Ti'thoe Editor of'the' "Adv?rtiaor."'" Sir,--Mr. Sichol, in his late "pronurntlai moent;op= ,tle,Criteglon lHotel,i' boldly?:a5-! 1sertodýthia1t ?ho, knell of, protoction had been lrrovo6ably tol1d '' d?nduced.what! 'iooieda ip havq appeared to him conclusivei v40d~ue~ S h c1oirn.trathfulnsa 'ofl hle 'otatdino'as ,Mow, ae ir. Seshoi stated thoal 'iatiidi'o" M : e.a9Dkizqgwith thefierceglaer; rE?i ,prbytioo P is'iut yu ont the platlors, at n ldt,}t ?o knew thati lory, word;, hoe said iwouidd'be crunioiead,"'I hopo,, though -,not a! '" f oroop'prgtgtiniht,'?'ithat I, will, not. offend wieod illtg inteiquestion the oonolusivenes' of his arguments. Mr. Sichel's first great exclamation is;!, .enter thdttown liblPrlnoe's bridge, and:protection on.paper ruined show yqu.where it decoyed to deantruotlon i' nmon. destly.wealthy man. .The ohimney'dbes not smoke ; desolation has marked the milltas its ovn,- ancits. owner cepentA thati beguiled )yvpreltbotlo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
'ubllcatio s. 'Tr NORTH'" S-ELBOtURNb ADVI R. Circulating Hotham, at West .Melbourne, Heidelberg, Brunswick, C. Ooburg Fitzroy, Oollingwooed, etc. i' .aI nPublished :every Friday. Tihe price of the paper,is i? ,per qparter or :? per yenar deliveredi payble in advance. oingle copes., id., I ne o ADVERTIBEMENTS. teandin? iotwies, s per agreemont.' "':Fi! ,OAbsn .,:: - ."Advermntiseni ndbieivseod forr dish u ee up' "to dri oeldo0k ebn't't'da eiliuas': r tobI. "Pctionu: 'Ei i dvertlaeoment 'ho = reqerae&',Wcea no spitrnetioogare soat 'pfrforp'pe g thei pumbev of insertions;tt o advertisemeut will be continued untilit on . termanded, iand ochbarged scordlegly t "ll -1 orders toalter r'isibhntith ' addrtihe len s from' Cobirg,"'Branswick, Collgwoo "Carlton,, aidritroy,. muet be tain.wran, and forwarded to the office, 85 Elizabe All comniunications intended for insertio must be authenticated by; the' nanie ant ? address of the'wiitei,'ahd ehould'hdo sent to the office not later tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
Notices. INDEPENDEN P OIIRDER OF GOOD TEE PL A RS. ItOTILII[ LODGE, No. 21. The above Lodge will meet in the Now Temporance Hall, Qaconsberry atreet, IIothanm, on Wednesday evening, the 15th, (Harmony evening.) Members of the Order and the publio are respeotfully invited at half-paut eight o'olo0k, W. B. STEPHENS, W. S. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF SIIEP IIERDESSES, IIOP IIAM. 3,HAND CONCERT AND BALL, In" the NEW TIEMPERANCE HALL, Quconsbvrry eiroet. On MONDAY, ý0th -APRIL, 1S74. Under the P.ttronage of the Mayor and Counoillors of the OBoroueh of Ilotham, Salso the whole of the Friendly Soietioes of IIotlam. Double Tiokets, 7s. Od. ; (ontlcman'as, ,5s,; Lady's, ,I. Concert Tickets, os. Fall Quadrillo and uengaged. Refreshlnonte inuluelod. Doors open half.paot 7. Coammonoc at S GlEO. BUltBESS, leon. Soe. .HOTHAM LODGE,. No. 129 I.C. ?IIE USUAL MONTIILY MEETING of the H ,thoa Lodgo of Freelmasoe, 29! I.C., will be held at the COURT IIOUSEI IOTEL, on MONIDAY EVESNINO, the 13th day of April, a...
STORY OF A CALIFORNIAN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
STORY OF A CALIFORNIAN TRAGEDY. In a small and soeluded valley of Contra Costa County, California, a few miles south. west of Antiooh, and under the shadow of Monto Diablo, is a clear and sparkling stream of small pretensions that has its source far up in the mountains, and empties into the San Joaquin River. The valley and the stream hbear the name of Marsh. Many years ago, ore the tidoof immigration began to pour Into California, one Dr. Marsh, an aecom. plished surgeon and a manl of iron will, found the valley, built him a home there, and pur. chased a grant covering an immenseo tract of land in the vicinity. Through the praction of his profession and the thrifty management of his ranch, Dr. Marsh booame rich in the goods of this world and rivaled the wealthiest hidalgo in the number of cattle he called his own. The doctor was mur tered about fifteen years ago, as he was returning from aMartinez to his rancch, at a point midway between Martinez and laohecoo. The assassins were tw...
POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
POLICE GAZETTE. The following extracts have been taken from the Victorian Police Gazette, of 24th ult.—Stolen from the dwelling of James Raphael, 2 Nicholson street, Fitzroy, on the 29th instant, 4 chemises frilled round neck, 2 grey wincey (girl's) dresses, steel buttons down front and sides; a pair child's &nbsp; elastic-side boots, No. 10's; a maroon colored satin dress and polonaise trimmed with black velvet, 2 white petticoats (girl's) with fourteen tucks, 4 pairs of girl's drawers, a pair of elastic-side boots, No. 6; &nbsp; and a lot of sable trimmings.—Christopher Vickers, for deserting his children sur- rendered himself to the Collingwood police. —Henry Davies for deserting his children, has been arrested by the Fitzroy police.— A. A. McAllister, for wife desertion, was in Hotham about a fortnight ago, and is now believed to be following his usual employment, as a travelling tinker, about Melbourne and suburbs.—Stolen from Samuel Kemberly, Lorn terrace, Cape...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD. (Before Mr. W. Clarke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 10 April 1874
Police. I ,- "'HOTHAlI COURT."', FI'(.' A, AP F I??, a .L 3nD.:, (Before Mr. W. Clarke, J.P.) STE ANiiDs.-John Brown, for unlawfully assaulting ichaeol Flanagan, was roman. ded untiltheoith inst.-Louisa Cumber land, for stealing two chairs was remanded until thor Thursday following. : "' SATURDAY, 'APRnL 4TH. (Before M~r.-'V . Clarke, J:P.) DIscxAno:ED.-Patriok Rohan, brought under the Vagrant'. At, and Frederick Barry, for' being' drank and disorderly, were cautioned and discharged. ., ''MoaniDAY, APRIL 6TH. (Before Mr. Laurens, J.P.) D Iir.i-- James' Sweenoy, wh ihni' fallen' into the liand' of the mPilistines, through the temptation, of .strong drink, was discliiiiarged'with a caution. 'A ALcoE.-Margaret Howard was fined5s or 2tliours' for ifidulging in her obscene propensities in the publio streets. S VEDNESDAY, A?p?L 8TH.;; " , (Before.Dr. G. Moore, J.P.) :'; .' A PAtiRi grlAUTIEs,+-Henry.Thonip, son and Edward Boll, wore on the applica tion of-.thepolico;:romanded:untilltho 15...
COBURG ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, 6TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
COBUlRG I? OAD 1OAItD. Monirm , (ITn ArnL. Present -- Mssrs. (Hunt (chairman) V49llfiug, .?i uson, ` cqosan, Chr}stjsn, nen aid Chapman ... .. On reading the niinutos of the previous meeting, the clerk iforimed the members that he did not know if the Rato Colloltor had takqa out his guaranteo bond as ordered. Messra. Greenwood and Seaver applied for dramin pipes to be laid across tho foot path opposite their promise3.-Complied with. On the motion of Mr. Chapman, it was decided to uidjourn the mooting till Friday next, after passing accounts and accopt. Ing tenders. ct SA long doiselssiqu tqolk place In. refer once to inflicting the penilty on con tractors for not completing the works within the specified time ; resolution having been passed at a former meeting that such should be done. ThoInspeotor having reported contractors Mo?Laughlan, D. Walsh and J. H. Reid, as being bo hind hand with their contracts, Mr. Vincont-.advocated the enforcement -of the penalty. Mr. Chapman. would no...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
Borough Councils. IHOThAM COUNCIL. At the qrdinary meeting held on Thurs. day evening last there were present, the Mlayor (in the chair), and Councillors Caine, Clarke, White, Carroll, Laurons, and Paton. The principal portions of the inward correspondence have already ap peared in a previous issue. The Rate Collector received leave of absence for ton days. The Treasurer reported having received £256 18s. 3d. since last meeting. The Rate Collector pro. tem. reported that he had received £180 12s. 5d., and had paid the same to the Treasuer. RxILAtATIoN. Councillor Clarke reported that he had in company with Councillors Laurens, Carroll, and the Town Clerk attended at the Footsoray Chambers re Arden street street extension, on Wednesday, the 30th nit. As there woere only two delegates from Wyndham, and none from Footseray, no action was taken, and in consequoence the conforesice fell through. Councillor Caine moved, and Councillor Clarko seconded, that the lanp over the storm-water ch...
Cricket. HOTHAM V. CORIO. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
Cricket. IOTISAal V. 0o0Io. Half-past 7 o'clock on the morning of the 4th was the hour appointed for the meeting of the 1st eleven of the IIotham C.O. appointed to play the men of Gee long. At that hour, however, only five of the first cloven bad turned up, and it was foiunid necessary to proceed on our journey with a team comprising the above five and a contingent from the second eleven and ion players. So off weaWent, and in due course arrived at our destination, break. fasted, and turned around the streets to look about us. In our journoyings we came across the indefatigable G. R. Rip poen, who told us that owing to some mis understanding a team could not be got together until the afternoon, but suggested that we might pass away the interval by practising on the Corio ground. .Perfectly satisfied to the ground we travelled, and indulged in practice for about two hours. The secretary (Mr. Francis) then gave us the welcome tnews that dinner was to be served in our honor at the Vict...
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
Amusements. THE OPERA.. On Wednesday night the grand opera of "La Juive" was produced for the first time in lNelbourne. Of all the operas placed upon the boards of the Prince W\ales, under Mr. Lyster's management, none have ever equalled the present one for splendid scenery, gorgeous dresses, and beautiful music. -The curtain rises on the city of Constance, 1414. HIigh Mass is proceeding in the cathedral in celebration of a victory gained over the Hussites, and on the arrival of the Emperor Sigismund, who is to open a council of princes and prelates to give peace to the distracted religious world. While the officer is engaged reading the proclamation about tllese matters, the striking of the goldsmith's hammer from the Jew's residence is heard to pro tnno the sanctity of the Christian's holi day. A rush takes place-the Jew and his daughter are arrested and dragged before Ruggio, the chief magistrate, who con demns the former to the flames. At this particular juncture Cardinal do Bro...
NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
NATIONAL I1USEUML. The number of visitors to thoNational Mluseum of natural history andi geology for the week ending April 1 th, was 021653. On Easter Monday tho number was 2110, being the largest number in any one day. The M~usoum is open to the public daily (Sundays oexcpted) from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., im the r ational Museum building, at the backof the University.
POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
S POLICE GAZETTE. The'following extracts have been taken from thleVictorian Police Gazette, of the 8th inst.-Stolen from the dwelling of Stephen tHartman, Pitt street, Carlton, on the 09th ultimo, an English gold signet-ring set with bloodstone, marked 188, 266, W. R. 15 carats fine.-The house of John lBraith waite, Ratlidowno street, Carlton, was burglariously entered on the 1st instant by a man, name unknown, 30years of age, 3 feet high, supposed sandy complexion; dressed in moleskin trousers, check shirt, black coat, and low-crowined black hat. Offender had a struggle with complainant, but he made his escape, leaving his coat and hat behind him.-Stolen from the dwelling of Thomas Zoplin, Capel street, West Melbourne, on the 3rd instant, £50, consisting of notes, gold, and silver, a lady's gold open-face watch, P and date inside case; a long neck-chain, a blue enamelled gold locket, a gold watch key setwith stonc, piece chipped out; a pair of gold earrings, a gold albert chain wit...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, APRIL 17TH, 1874. ELECTORS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
,;. AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, APRIL 17Te, 1874. ., ` 'ELECTORS' RIGHTS. " It has been announced that the vari one registrars are prepared to issue fresh rights to any persons whose names are -on the electoral roll and thus entitled to vote by electbr's rights, who may have 'lost;mislaid'or mutilated them. This arrangement will be in force up to 'the night of .Saturday niext, and the charge willibe the small sum of sixpence. It is to be presumed that the. Government have authorised this step to be. taken, but its wisdom is exceedingly doubtful, as it iis to be feared that it will open the _- door to.a large amount of personation and electoral corruption. Already a -scrutiny into the electoral rolls show that a comparatively large number of "'ratepayeishave also taken out rights, and to defeat this deliberate attempt- at stuffing.the ballot box it will be neces sary that the sorutineers of each candi date are wide awake during the polling Snexti Wednesday. The present little arran...
THE NEW MARKETS, ELIZABETH STREET NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
THE NEW MARKETS, ELIZA BETH STREET NORTH. The Ist of May, 1874, will be a red letter day in the annals of North Mel bourne, for on that day the New Hay Market and the Now Horse, Cow and Pig Market are to be opened for business. - By an inspection of these markets it will beo seen that they have been de signed more for the uses to which they are to be applied than as specimens of ornamental architecture. The spectator is struck with their great extent and solidity, for they are constructed in such a substantial manner as will with stand the-ravages of time for centuries. The building of the Hay Market was commenced in May last, that for the Horse Cow and.Pig Market somewhat later. The former cost about £13,000, and will, provide accommodation for nearly 150 loaded carts. The cost of the' latter was about £6,000. In con sequence of the daily increasing demand for additional space, the City Council -, have found it necessary to either enlarge the present Meat Market or to erect a new o...
EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
lIARLY CLOSING. It will be porceived from our advortising columns that tho rotail grocors of Hotham and West Melbourne have agreed to close their places of business at 7 o'clock ovory ovening (Saturdays excoepted) from the 20th April to the lst October inclusive. This sensible arrangoemont will onable the employos to onjoy- their evenings, and will not in the slightest degree inconvenience the public.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 17 April 1874
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER. ' . SARY, BRUNSWICK. Anniversary Services wore held in the Wesleyan Church, Brunawick, on Sun day last, when the ministers announced in our last issue preached to large con .regations. Collections were taken up ,in Rid of the Sunday Schools belonging to the Church, and, we understand, wero very satisfactory. On Easter Monday the annual tean meeting was held, which was largely patronised, and was followed by a public meeting, at which Mr. M. L. Hutchinson presided. A very encourag ing report was read by the secretary, Mr. F. J. Miles, which, on the motion of the Rev. A. -MacVean, seconded-by Mr. Wilson, was unanimously adopted. Addresses were delivered by the Revs. Messrsr Hayward and Lelean, on the training of the young, and .the teachers hand scholars sang several of the popular hymnis from Phillips' American Sacred Songster with excellent precision and 'effect. ,.MrJ. J. C. Egglestone presided at the harmonium, and a very enjoyable evening was spent by all p...