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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30TH. (Before Messrs. Sturt, P.M., and Talbot) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
. BRUNSWVIUC COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY i .0rI. (Bofore Messrs. Sturt, P.M., and Talbot) MINon OQ.FPECEs.- Archibald Auch terlone, allowing three cows to wander, fined is., is., costs. Robert Brown, nal lowing his horse to wander, was fined is., is. costs. Henry Barnett. driving nacross a footway, fined is., 2s. ad. costs. T. Jessup, ftr displacing soil from ofl the street, was fined 2s. id., is. costs, or 24 hours. Archibald flcInnds, for permitting a cow to wander, was fined is., is. dosts. John Dale, obstructing a roadway, fined 2s. Gd., 2s. 6d. costs. William Geoghtan. no light on a dangerous f.,rmation, fined is., 2s. Oid. costs. James 3rassell, driving without lights, discharged. Isabella Lilly white, indecent language, fined 5s , is. costs or 24 hours. John IHolden having no name on his cart, fined 2s. Gd., 2s. Gd. costs. John Appleby, allowing his horse to wander, was lined is., 2s. ld. costs.
HOTHAM BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
HOTIIAM BOARD OF AD)VICE. A meeting of the above board was hold on Monday evening at the Errol street State school, Messrs. Hardess, Boesley, Lawrence, I'A. Clarke, Cook, Clarke, and Alcock being present. A letter was read from the town clerk refusing permission for the board.to hold their meetings in the Town Hall. It was agreed the members should visit the State schools in the dis. trict prior to next meeting of the board. T'he opinion of the members was favour able to the immediate establishment of a night school in the borough, and the cor respondent was instructed to make the necessary applieption to the department to carry the santo into ffeoct, It was also agreed that the meootings of the board be at all times open to the press, A sub. committee was appointed to report at next meeting, the most suitable sites in tho borough for State schools.
HOTHAM ELECTION NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
HOTHAMI ELEOTION NEWS. The excitement in the borough of Hothnm with regard to election matters appears to be on the increase as the paol. ling day draws near. Squibs and ad dresses meet the eye at every step, while charges and counter charges are made against opposing candidates with the utmost frc?4ou, god fooliug in some quartl orn is begiihing to run rather high. But this must always be expected at election times. TVo would suggest, ]olrveer, that the proper course to be pursued in the case of an election would be for all the eoididates to meet the rateopayers at a public meeting. The merits of the various gentlemen seeking mionicipal hIonors cal then be easily ascertained, and a just de cision arrived at. A meeting of the working committee, on behalf of Mr. Hiutehison was held last evening at the Turf Club Hotel. when it transpired that tlhemostencouraging results hied attenled the exertions of the com mitteo to securo Mlr. IIntchison's rotlrn. A meeting of Mr. Cronin's election...
FOOTBALL NOTES. CARLTON V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
FOOT3A.LfL NOTES. Br 80oiIMtAoI. CAIILTON V. hALllOUIlNE. LAr? Saturday afternoon theowholo world and hIls wife thought it their bounden duty to repair to the Royal ?Park, in, order to witness the game arranged to be played between the above clubs, and to. get on. thusiastio over the deeds to be performec by the fbotball heroes of the present sea.. son, The ground was kept in order by a few aooantod oad foot poolie, Who por. formed their duties during the afternoon to every person's satisfaction. Never, I think, have I witnessed such a large con course of people in the lRoyal Park as was asseombled there on Saturday last and never have I seen such interest taken in the game of football as was exhibited on that occasion. .I noticed 'that each club had turne?ll out the. very best teams ob. tainable for the occasion, and the Mol bourne supporters seemed to be very con fideut of victory for their men. The Carl ton captain (Kennedy), having won the toss elected to kick froni west to east...
Amusements. THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Amusements. THE OPERA. Balfe's popu'ar opera of the " Rose of Castile" was produced for the first time on Monday evening, on which occasion the house was crowded in every part. One of the chief attractions appeared to be the first appearCnce of Miss Carrie Emmanuel, as the new prima donna. As soon'as this lady appeared on the stage, she was greeted with extraoedinary applause, and after the audience had listened to her for a while, the most fivourable opinions weore created of her vocal power. lHer acting was graceful and artistic, and she exhibited an intimate acquaintance with the charac ter she assumed that stamped her at once as a lady possessed of undoubted genius. Her voice is a charming soprano, and in rendering slme of the more dificult parts, a perceptable shako runs throughout, showing the results of careful training. She was encored several times and was likewise called before the curtain at the conclusion of the first not. Mr. Beaumont made his first appearance since .hi...
THE SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
THE SOUTH MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. At the meeting of the City Council on Monday the question of rescinding a former resolution of that body with refer. once to the opposition offered to the South Melbourne Gas Company came up for dis oussion. Nearly all of the councillors who were on a former occasion opposed to the company laying down mains through the city hlnd 0hangol their opinions on the subject, and wore in favour of retiring from the position they had assumed of being considered antagonists to'the com pany." Councillor Clarke, who was not identified with the opposition, moved. that the resolution to oppose the South ~ellbourno Company's Iill, which the council came to in Juno last be rescinded. With one exception, the South Melbourne Gas Company's Bill was almost identical with the Collingwrood Gas Com pony's Act. The bill contained similar rovisions to those in the act, relative to sho breaking up and. relmiring of the trecets; and the bill further gave Ilocal authorities the ...
IMPROVEMENTS IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
IMPROVEMENTS IN C?I1LTON. The action of the the Mayor at the meeting of the Council on Monday in raising a point of order to the discussion of the report of the Publiqc Works Conm mittee, recommending a loan for street im provemonts, has indefinitoly postponed inlproremonts in Carlton. '.?h grvote t enemies to the progross of that per. tion of the city, it would appear, are ncue or two of its representatives in the COneil. Wlhen the report of the Public Works Committee was considered, repeat. ing the recommondation in the committee's report presented on the 21st July, " sub mitting an estimate of the cost of com. pleting the formation, kerbing, channel. ligg, and m tailing of the several streets witlin the city, amounting to £209.083 Is., and recommending that a sum of £80,000 bh borrowed for the purpose of carrying oct a portion of the works ; the oxpendi turo in the differenl wards to be propor tionately to the requirements of each, as set forthl in the -es imato; and that the loa...
BURGLARS AT HEIDELBERG AND ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
BURGLARS AT HEIDELBERG AND ALPHINGTON. Mr. King's shop at Alphiagton was entered on the night of Friday, the 1st inst. The till was taken from its place, but no money found. On the same night Hr. Cunningham's Bridge Hotel waS also broken into. In this instance the burglars succeeded in carrying off four shillings and sixpence in coppers. The entry was effected by using an implement knotnn as a ."bit and brace. Next morning (Satur day) one pound in silver was stolen from MIr. Davey s butchering establishment, Heidelberg. Time burglars are supposed to belong to the "h.ag and Bottle' fra. ternity.
BRUNSWICK BOROUGH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
1BRUN SWICK BOROUGHI ELECTIONS. Mcssrs. Fleming, Staley, and Tinning are nominated for the Bruns % ick Council. Mir. Crook, na young man of respectable standing, is an aspirant for municipal honours. As he is a resident in the north part of the borough, in some quarters itis thought that he may run M'r. Tinning a smart race, as for many years li has born considered the member for that section of the borough. Mr. Fleming's popularity is greatly on the increase, audit is thought he may head the poll, as both by his votes and actions outside of the Council be has manifesteod a broad sympathy and a just appreciation of the geonral wants of tie entire borough. It is thought that Mr. Staley's seat is quite safe, though the Brunswickers would not have himn M.L.A. for East Bourke Boroughs. Mr. Ecker sal is determined to go to the poll for Mr. Overeud's vacan't seat. Messrs. Burchett, Keightly and Phillips are'nominated for the office of BorouglhAuiditor, so that from appearances things -inu...
SALE IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
S SALE. IN CARLTON. 3lIr. Alfred Bliss will sell on Zronday next at the Auction Mart, by order of Mr. W. J. Eoroyd, various landed and house property for the trustees in the estate of Parker Bros. The lots contain the well-known brewery in Cecil street, Fitzroy, the Wheateshat Hotel, in Bruns wick street, the Surrey Cottages in Kay street, Carlton, and land and other pro perty in Heidelberg and Northcoto road. This property is attracting considerable attention.
SALE OF LAND IN COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
SALIE OF LAND IN COLLING. WOOD. VWe beg to draw attention to the sale on Friday next, by Messrs. Greig and Murray, of ten acres of land in Gipps and Vere streets, Collingwood. It has been divided into building allotments and as it includes the ,ground which the Town Council desire to purchase as the site for the new Town Hall, considerable interest attaches to this sale.
VICTORIA AT THE VIENNA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
VICTORIA AT THE VIENINA EXHIBITION. Victoria, a correspondent of the lforn. ing Advertiser says, has sent a most capital display, far better than she did to Paris. The wool hales are a really in teresting series, showing us the various qnalities of the wools, in which those of the merino sheep figure largely. Fleeces of greasy and washed wools are disposed in glass cases, while underneath are the bales from which they were taken, left open for the visitor to examine them himself. Gold is here, too, but in the shape of models of nuagets-the "Precious," which weighed 10,21oz.; the "Viscount Canter bury," 1,105?0z.; the "Welcome," 2,195oz., with other smaller ones, telling ous of the enormous fortunes that have been realised by one stroke of the pick. Almost as valuable is the excellent collection of mineral treasures which are found so lIvishly in that colony. Huge slabs of antimony, nuriferous slates, and quartzes, tin ores and sands, argentiferous galenas ororesof lead, iron ores, a...
CARLTON STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
CAERLTON STOCKADE. This reserve is now being partly occu pied as a State sehool, and wo are glad to find that our efforts in this direction have assisted in procuring so great a boon. The residents in the neighbourhood have al ready shoewn their appreciation. Large numbers of children who did not attend any school previously now attend the Stockade. If the overnment wouldonly remove the fence and allow Yorke street to run its natural length we should then feel that this matter was so far settled for the present.
COMMERCIAL BANK CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
COMMERCIAL BANK. OARLTON. The Commercial Blank, Lygon street, is being rapidly proceeded with. and there is no doubt it will ba completed before the cmnract time. The building, when finished, will present a most imposing appearance, haring a total eleration of 36 feet along the whole frontage of 42 feet, and is of a composite order of architecture, being part Corinthian and part mediternl. The banking room proper will measure 22 feet by 18 feet, and be handsomely fitted up. All the other rooms are on the snne scale. The strong room will measure 11 x 6, and will be built of 14 inch fire bricks bedded in cement. Every precau tion has been taken to ensure the most per. feet comfort, and the customers of the batnk will have every reason to be satisfied with the accommodation provided. The whole of the rear is to be surrounded with a i inch brick wall 11 feet high. The materials throughout are of brick and cement of a superior description. The estimated cost is £4000, and the whole is to...
THE PERSIAN SHAH AT BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
TIlE PERSIAN SIIAII AT BERLIN. The Shah of Persia arrived on MaIy 31. A guard of honour of the 2nd Regiment of of the Guards with their colours flying re ceived him with military honours. The Emperor William welcomed and shook hands with the Shah, after which he pre sented to him the Crown Prince of Ger many, nrd tile princes of the royal house, as well as the members of his suite, inclu ding Prince [Bismarck, Count Vn Mloltke, antd Count Von Roon. The cortege then started, and proceeded to the royal castle, escorted by cavalry, and saluted by salvoes of artillery in accordance with the pro gramme of reception. The Emperor and the Shah were seated in an open carriage drawn by six horses. All the public build ings along the route were decorated with flags, and an immense crowd filled the squares and streets, greeting the Emperor, the Crown Prince, and their royal guest with loud cheers. The Shah, with his im mediate suite, paid a return visit to the Emperor WVilliam. lIalcolm KIhan a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Agents, etc. J. F. ARB. OLD, AUCTIONEER: and MONEY ° BROKER, 95 ELGIN STRiEET, (Corner of Rathdown street, Carlton, and at 83 Swanaton street, over the Maritime Blank), HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, and INSURANCE AGENT. Money advanced on deposit of Deeds of Houses, Landed Property, Furniture, Stock in-trado &o., without any delay, in sums from L5 to L5000, for a few months, or term of years. Lowest current rates. Mortgages released. All business strictly contfidential. S HI.: J. MAYS, HOTEL and MONEY BROKER, .1 Valuator and Arbitrator, 15 tLITTLE COLLINS STREET, (opposite the Police Court, Melbourne). P.S.-Alistof Hotels in the market always open to inspection free of charge, C LARKEE and LEO N AR D, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENTS, 66 COLLINS STREET EAST, Opposite Town Hall, Have much pleasure in informing their friends and, the public that they have opened a Branch Office in North ,Melbourne, at those central premises opposite the English, Scottish and Austral...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 6 August 1873
Auction Sales. MONDAY, AUGUST 11. Brunswick street, Fitzroy, IIeidelberg and Northooto road, North Fitzroy And Kay street, C trlton. Sloe by Public Arction of TIIl WHtEAITSIIEAF IHOTEL, Cornoer of JIrMorwick end Rlso sirouts, and llusiness 1Frontago to B,'nuswiek street. FOUR BRICK COTTAGES, In KEry street, Ctrltou. LARGE BLOCK OF BUILDING LAND, Heidolborg and Northcoto roads, North Fitzroy. By Order of W. J. Ecroy, Esq., Agent for the Trustees in the Estate of Parker Brothers. For Positive and Absolute Sale. Free from all Incumb'anoos. To Hotelleepora, Brewers, Tradesmon, In vestors, Trustees, Capitalists, Speculators, Builders, and Others. A LFRED BLISS has been favored with instructions from W. J. Ecroyd, Esq., (agent for the trustees in the estate of Parker Brothers) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the auction mart, 82 Collins street west, on Monday, August 11, at twelve o'clock. The following important and valuable SUBURBAN PROPERTIES. viz.: Lot 1-35ft. frontago to Brunswick stre...