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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
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COBURG ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
COBURG ROAD B3OARD. The members of the Coburg Road Board do not seem disposed that the imputation of" doing things on the quiet," should rest at their door in future, as from a resolution proposed by Mr. Mussen, at their last meeting they have determined that all tenders for works amounting to L25. and upwards, shall be, advertised in the local paper, the Advertiser.
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
A STEP IN TIlel RIGHT DIIRECTION. I t was our duty to draw attention lately to the gross interruption which was given to the Sunday School" of St. irury's, Ilotham, on Easter Monday last, by a mob of rullians in the Royal Park. The school authorities wore satisfied with taking some to the lock-up, and after giving: them a frightening, lotting them go. The police, however, willth praise worthy zeal, summoned the ringleadors, and recently they were dealt with by the .Iotbam -bench, The magistrates how. e" err on the side of leniency; if re. cablo , oonus and little children are potoblo c . ...Loattacks of these to be preserved from tn.. + t,. fines prowling rullians, something besu,.. will be necessary. A goodly term of im. prsooment, with a taste of the cat, would soln tame their turbulent spirits; as it is, their mates in iniquity find the money and the transgressors depart with a greater zest for fresh exploits.
DEATH UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
DEATH UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUAISTANCES. An inquest was held at IIotham on Wed nesdny by Dr. Youl, which presents some rather suspicious circumstances. A woman named Christina Heriot, the wife of a laborer, went to bed at betweeoon 7 and 8 o'clock on Monday evening, and next morning at half-past 5 o'clock she was found to be dead. On being examined by 'Dr. Burke, a bruise was found on the deceased's left side, and in the cavity of the abdomen corresponding to the ex ternal bruise, was an immense clot of blood. - The bruise was about a week old, and the clot appeared to have been formed at the same time. The deceased woman had complained about a fortnight before to a neighbor, that she had fallen in the yard and hurt herself so thate she could not work, but she did not seem to have made any complaint to her husband or son. For a week before she died she had a black eye, but no evidence was given to show how she received it. It was stated by a neighbor that she and her husband quarrelle...
ELECTION AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
, ELECTION 'AT -COBURG. On Wednesday last an election took place in Coburg to fill an extraordinary vacancy in the District Road Board, caused by the resignation of Mr. Jamos Rea, who owing to having disposed of his qualifica tion, resigned his seat as a member for the Sub-Division on the 2nd of last month. Owing to the apathy displayed by those in the sub-division who from their past actions might have been expected to come forward, no one was nominated until the last moment, when, at the request of those who do not believe in retrogession, Mr. P M. Reilly, residing'in the west sub-division was induced to again aspire to a seat in the Board. This gentleman we are ' given to understand, had barely lodged his nomina. tion when he mot with an opponent, Mr. J. Simmons. It was thought that no in terest would be evinced over the election, but the result will show that such was not the case, seeing that out of 129 electors (not counting plural voters), 120 voters oex ercised their franchi...
THE BRUNSWICK BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
THE BRUNSWICK BENCH. A very objectionable practice appears to be gaining ground in Brunswick-one, too, that ought to be stopped. It invari bly happens that some of the councillors, who are also justices of the peace, take their seats on the bench when cases are under discussion in which they are in terested. This indecent conduct was very apparent during the hearing of the appeals against excessive valuations. The Mayor, as a member of the local council, agreed to certain valuations. This was objected to by the ratepayers, and when the appeals were sent to the police court, behold the very individual who was in terested, adjudicates in his own favor. It is to be hoped that Mr. Breeze will have the good taste to leave the bench when Council cases come again under discussion, and thus avoid making himself unpleasantly conspicuous.
THE HOTHAM RATE COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
THE HOTHAM'RATE COLLECTOR. At the meeting of the Hotham Borough Council, hold .on Monday evening, Councillor Clarke drew at tention to the continued ill health of the Rate Collector, Mr. Walker, and moved that he be requested to resign and receive compensation.' This was agreed to, and Mr. Walker accordingly sent in his resignation. Applications will be atonce invited from persons qualified to undertake the duties of the office, and it is to be hoped that the selection made will be such as to give general satisfac tion. ...- -
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY APRIL 13. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Fanning and Bond, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
HEIDELBERG COURT. MoS DAY ArmIL 13. (Before ir. Struat, P.3M., and Fanning and Bond, J Pa.) " ILLEGAL 'rnTESPASS.--Daffet v. Foster. The plaintiff, i~a solicitor residing in Mel. bourne, and the 'defendant, Foster, is. a hareessmaker, carrying on business Ait Alphington. It appeared from the evidence that about two years and a half a ago Duffet purcigased some property t, Alphington from a man named Perry. The property consisted of a lliuestono'eottago and a wooden bnild. ing adjoining it. The latter building had booeen ed as a hay and corn store. :On be coming the purchaser, Duffett let both build. ings to persons named Smart and Fuller and Son. Taneo persons carried on the hay and corn busine, for solse time. They then sold out their est.ui and machinery, and left the promisoo. BJe.'.o leaving, Smart, jun., by direotion jof DO1 tt, left the keys of the wooden building raitn Poster, who was then living next door. Duflott had never for. molly; takeno possession of the premises. Some...
THE HOTHAM 'BUSSES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
THIE HOTIIAM 'BUSSES. During the early part of the week; a requisition for presentation to the Omni bus Company was being signed" by the residenits of Hotham Hill and Flemngton road, asking the- companp'to Irun, thair 'busses throughlitb the .oiimington,ro-ad bridgeo It is to be liped thiit .the com panyt Willsee tlieir way. to.,comply with this:request;,f6r thlro is no doubt what. ,oerr that il;t?ould be a. great convenience to thbo'residents of the Kill, and would, at the snaio time, largoly augmentltho com pany's receipts. WVo do not see that the company need -incur any additional ex pense; all that would be required would be that every alternate 'bus, instead of stopping at the Queensberry street ter minus, should continuo along either Abbotsford or Dryburgh streets to the Flemington road, returning the same way. By this arangement the residents of Flemington road and Ilotham Hill would have a 'bus running about every twenty minutes, while the residents of Hotham proper would co...
HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 20th. (Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
HOTIIAM COURT. - :MoNDAr, A nIL 2Oth. (Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) TILE DRUNKxAns oR OLL.-Catherino Kennedy and Michacl Raffarty, charged with drtunkenness, were cautioned and discharged, it being their first appearance before the court. A Lucrry. EsoPrE.--Denis M'Auliffoe appeared on a charge of using abusive language in a public.place with; intent to provoke a breach of. the peace.: The pro secutor, i Mr. S. Burgess, 'relented and withdrew the charge, and -the' prisdnor was discharged. . .' . ` w TUSAie., AraIL 21.': (Before His 'Worship the Mayor and Messrs. Laurens and Clarke, J.P's.) AN INVETuERATE TIPPLER.-AI XOKent, a very old' acquaintance of the bench, again appeared to answer a charge of drunken and disorderly conduct. This being her sixth appearance, she was fined 80s. or 14 days' incarceration. INSuLTNGr lBIcEVIOna.-George Robert son took a fancy, while in his cups, to in dulgo in ia series of rowdy and insulting exhibitions in the' public streets, for which hlie was fined l...
THE MARKET IN VICTORIA STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
THlE MARKET IN VICTORIA. STREET. A few weeks ago we warned the in habitants of North and West Mcelbourno that apathy on their part in respect to the Now Market in Victoria street would bo attended with danger. Apparently our warning fell on heedless ears. Those who have taken an active part in the agitation appear to have come to the conclusion that the first repulse of the enemy had won the battle. They forgot that a flying enemy could be re-organisod by an enor getic general, and again led forward to retrieve a temporary defeat. Will they now awake and buckle on their armor, or will they be slaughtered sleeping in their tents ! - We suggest to them the advisa bility of waiting on the Public T?orks, or the Market Committee of the City Council to bring a united influence to bear upon the Minister of Lands and Education, and have the matter definitely settled.
Original Poetry. THE MOON IS ON THE WANE. A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
Original Poetry. TIIE MOON IS ON THE WANE. A Hon. Aitr-" Stetr nmy bark to Erin iWd", The moon is wanoing fat, ay love, Arise, tho stare shine bright, Oh, hasto and lot's together roveoi 'Tl the still hour of night. The watch clog's iu his k?-uol safo, Your guardlanu's ound aHleep, The zophyr saoracly stirs a loaf, So now your promisa, keeop, Yes, come, the moon wanen fast, my love The sunt will aoou nappear, For now I hoar the cooing clove, Andl t,u coukorowing olear ; ThA old churc hebll has ohiti' the hour, The good nound bays tho ,moon; We'll stoal down to yonder bower And tarry there 'till noon. OhA, thiro we'll apDak of days to come, Auld theot pledge'hocrt and hand, There settle 'ounto ur future thomo Iu, a for distant h nd.: In vain tc pt'll arcoar for you and moe, Our bat kh o'er ona sbhall fly, Then oaoo withmo twootathoro maohrer, Our fortune for to try. My bark ia bound to the for South, The land of golden mines, : T jon t itlh rin's exil'd youth, - Whero S0l' tfieroo ra...
Correspondence. IRRITATING PLACARDS. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
Correspondence. - IIRRITATIING PIACAl DS.: To the Editor of the Adeertiser. Sir-I am one of thoseo: persons 'who believe that in election times, as in love and war, "all legitimate taoticasare fair," but there is a limit to this.' .[During the contest in North MAelbourno6 soame titpid and malicious individuals a?ttempted to create ill-feeling,. and excite . seetarian animosity by placarding the wails" withl inflammatory, appeals to I theOrangemon to roeqombor their forefathlcis -inu do their duty,"--oidently meaningu, to vote for Msunro. Now, Sir, as a,matter of fact neither AMr. Munro or any of his friends had the slightest connection, :directly'or iundirectly, with the issueo:o such nonseu sical rubbish as tlihe placilds in questioti. Such- a'questioiable proceecding'was :duty appreciated by the eleoctos?, and recoiled on the heads of, those? who iinstigated it. Again, ! , tir:' t?iiro' was blamnied for the issue of u etqually stupidand: senseless production in tlii satpo ofa flam...
Tales, Sketches, &c. BONNY JEAN. I. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
Tales, Sketohes, &c. irs --- BONNY JEAN. :ly I was 25 at that time ; aund whatever any. on body may nay, 25 is a dclightful age--th Ilowors bloom, and the birds sing 'then, as go they never bloom or sing afterward. on I had returned, some months before, from lo Parits,whither I had gone to walk the hosa ,ir pitals, after graduating as an IM.D. at an American college, anod after duo deliberation, had determined to settle and begin the prao tics of my professlon In the lcty of X-. or resolved, however, to take a little run first v' into the country, and spend the month, of if August with my Intinsato friend and 'crony, n,' Tom Arden, heo stroigly urged 'upon me ad the amount of eujoyment derivable there. it, from., d. I had irsitated. I was under the vague it- impreelon that I was In love. In fact, Mises mAmanda Wakeleigh,.daughtor of old, WVake. II'leigh, ofthlo firm' of' Brown'& Wakolelgh, had recently occupied a very considerable it portion of my attention. People c...
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 20TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 20TH APRIL. &nbsp; Present-His WYorship the Mayor (in the chair) and Councillors Caine, Clarke, Laurens, Thomas, White, Carroll, and Paton. CORRESPONDENCE. The inward correspondence contained very little of interest. A letter was re coived from the agent of Mr. Alston, ask ing that a water hole might be filled on that gentleman's property in Mark street. Referred to Local Board of Health. From the Secr.tary of the Meolbourno Gas Company stating that the directors would be willing to charge £7 10s. per lamp for two years. A considerable discussion on sued, after which the Clerk was instructed to inform the Gas Company that the Council would be willing to enter into a contract for one year instead of two, for the price indicated. From the Crown Lands department, stating no crown lands would be granted for the purposes of a gas company, unless a rental was paid for same. Most of the Councillors appeared to be of opinion that if any crow...
DEATH IN THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
DEATH IN THE MILT;. In one of thoe suburbs of Melbourne typhoid fever has beeoon ravaging with fatal results,. and the opinion of the medical men points to the milk con sumed by the families as the cause operating, on constitutions predisposed to infection. In England milk from a dairy badly drained, or even where the utensils are washed with spring water rising from ground impregnated with the contents of cesspools, has been proved (if it does not engender con tageous diseases direct) to predispose, the families partaking of it to infection. Taking into consideration the nuimber of families, who keep cows in the heart of the city, and its northern suburbs, it is not astonishing that the bills of mortality- show such a large proportion of deaths from contageous diseases. The last enemy lurks evenm in the milk pot, and unsuspecting humanity is sacrificed even when it thinks itself most safe. It is a well known fact that cows are kept in the numerous and crowded right-of-ways which ab...
FAST FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
FAST PFRIENDS. Quito a change appears to have come over, the feelings of two. members of the ifotham Council, who hitherto have been remarkable for differing with each other on almost every subject brought under dis cussion-we allude to Councillors Laurens and Carroll. On Monday evening Coun cillor Carroll seconded a motion of Coun cillor Laurens on the subject of the oxten tion of Arden street, and thus gracefully buried the hatchet. Of course when Councillor Laurens perceives his opponent disposed to conciliation, it is only reason able to assuno that he will divest himself of the war paint, and smoke the calmut of peace for the future. Cedault arisna togae.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
T?ICTORIAN? BRICKMAKERBS AND V B. RICKMAIERS LABORERS' SO CIETY,-A QUAITERLY IIEE PING will boe hold at the Oddfollows' Hall, Brunswick, on Wednesday, 20th April, at half-past soven o'clock. _ Bulneson-Election of Officers and Board of:-Canigeonoat. S ALFRED GRPIMWOOD, President. NOTICE. TIIE -UNDERSIGNED GROCERS Sof.Ilotham and West Melbourne have ngreeodto CLOSE THEIR SHOPS At Seven o'clock every evening, Saturdays excepotod, from the 20th Aprt to the let October, inolusive, and Invite the public to assist themw in their endeavor to shorten the pr©iont unreasonably long hours of their em ployeb, viz : ullolnfBros., W. J. dantor, Chaneollor & Son, E. Burgoyne, 0. C.,Keene,= Alex. Finlay, James & Co., O. Cook, W. -Downle, A. Riordan, G. W. Clarke, G. Hill, John Stoel,(t C. Warroen, Coo. Morlson, Geo. Ballantine, Wm. Iuir, M. A. fenderson,-ii Joe. MIcHugh, D. Mooney, WV... oJewell, - 3. .uriell, P. Conway,. .,:. T. Twoddle, . ' M. Todd,.. . J. Pott?on; - I. Redman, - ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 24 April 1874
Publications. &nbsp; THE NORTH MELBOURINE ADVER- &nbsp; STISER,E Circulating in Hothamn, Carlton, West Melbourne, Heidelberg, Brunswick, Coburg.,Fitzroy, Collingwood, etc Published every Friday. The price of the paper is Is. per quarter or 4se. per year, delivered, payable in advance. Single copies, ld. ADVERTISEMENTS. Per inch . ... .... 3s. tanding notices, as per agreement. TaEnis-"OAs-: .. . Advertisements received for each issue up to one o'elook on thoelay previous to publi cationi ,Eachl advertisement, should bear upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. When no instructions are sent in reference to the numliof 'of insoertiods thi . dve~rtfiomnt iill' be? ontinahed: until` cun' tcrmdnided, and 'charged accordingly. All orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements from Coburg," Brunswick,' Collingwood Carlton,,and. Fitzroy, must be in writing, and forwarded to `the o"office, 35 Elizabeth treet north. All commnunications intended for insertion mus...