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EXPENDITURE OF THE LOAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

JNIL'ENDITULURE o' TItI. LOAN FUN!1). Sir.-In common with many other rate payers residing in the Middle W'ard, I was glad to sco that you have called at tention to the seemingly unnecessary delay on the part of the 1oroulgh Council in dealing with the above question. 1 anu suro the burgesseos living in the Middle and Woestern Wards will feel indebted to you for calling attention to this important question, because they have beer most unjustly treated in respect to this lmatter. The question now most frequently aslaed, is, " are those Councillors who are per sistently opposing the collection front tho owners of property of their tIir share of the cost of paying, acting in aecor,ol;me with what they conscientiously believe is equitable and just to thie rote payers of the whole of tie borough, or are they swoayed bypecuniary sell inhterest ?' Their action inl this imatter certainly lhas ts it uspici ous loolc, seeinog that it i theseo very Councillors that will Ibe lmoslt hone fitted s...

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BRUNSWICK FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

BRUNSWICK FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. We understand the Committee of this Institution have made every effort to obtain a supply of works from the Public Library in Melbourne, but owing to the indisposition of the gentleman in charge of that branch, there has been a delay in the delivery of the books. The com. mittee have the promise of 300 volumes, embracing every department of literature and when those are available for the pub. lie of Brunswick, great attractions will be given to the working men of the borough to spend an hour or two in the comfort. able reading room placed at their disposal. In the meantime the committee of the Mechanics' .Instituto have resolved. to allow several works of reference to be used in the Free Library, without chargo. We observe thit two notifications have been placed in the building, which we are sorry have been found necessary, viz, "smoking strictly prohibitcd," and "sllonce requested." .or the comfort of all persons attending such places, the R...

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Tales, Sketches, &c. BONNY JEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

Tales, Sketohes, &c. BONNY JEOIN. She was suffering and yet smiling. For the first time I said to myaolf that I had been quite mistaken in Benny Jean-she was certainly a beauty. Her foot was bare to the ankle. What an exquisito little foot it was !............ I was reading the other day an account, by a foreign writer, of a visit which he paid to the studio of the sculptor Clovinger. The sculptor traces, with a rapid movement of his instrument in the clay, the outline of a woman's foot IHIow many times I have dreamed of it, searching for snoh a real foot in vaOi. Hlow supple and elegant it was. One does not copy such a foot-it is in one's recollootions or one's dreams ; and the artist reproduces it without knowinc where he has seen it, or hoping that he will ever seeo 1. ............A very slight examination told me all that I required to know. When in Paris I had paid particular attention to surgery, and I saw that Bonny Jean's ankle had originally boon fractured and set, ...

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Letters to the Editor. BEHIND THE SCENES. (Per favor of the Advertiser.) Scene.—A retiring-room in the Errold street Theatre. Time, past midnight. Dramatis Personæ—Messrs. Carroli, Caneham, and Whiteman. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

Letters to the Editor. BEHIND THE SCENES. (Per favor of the Advertiser.) Scene.-A- retiring-room in the Errold street Theatre. Time, past midnight. Dramatis Persons--Mcessrs. Carroli, Caneham, and. Whiteman. Ca'rroli.-NVell, gentleman, I think weo may congratulate ourselves and each other for the success of this erening's perfor mance. I think wo acted our parts first rate, while the attendance was both good and appreciative. Caneham.--rienid Carroll always per forms his part well, especially when over our common opponent, Lawlence, makes any allusion expressive of doubt as to the sincerity of his oft expressed desire to carry out measures calculated to benefit the populace of this little kingdom. Carroli.-Alh! you are new to the boards; when you have had as much ex perience before tho footlights as I have, you will be better able to play your part -if you will continue to be instructed by me 1 will make you a first-rate performer. Whitenmau.-L consider that our new friend has done ...

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HEIDELBERG COURT. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., and Mussen, Fanning, Bond and Ricardo, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

JHEIDELBERG1 COURT. (Beforo lMessrs. Strutt, P.M., and Musson, Fanning, Bond and Iticardo, T.Ps.) LAnnuctx ?su.-lCharles George, a grown uplarrikin, was charged with using obscene language in the public streets. Constable Hayes deposed to the language made use of, which is unfit for publication. Defendant said-I don't know anything about it, it was'nt me-t'was another lad. Constable Hayes said he had no doubt at all about the matter ; there were other boys using bad language, but he did not know them. Fined 6s. and 2s. 6d. costs. . SuNDAY Tn.nDIxo.--hMr. H. Beale,' landlord of the Old England hotel, was charged with seloiling liquor on Sunday, the 19th. Defendant did not deny the charge. He said a man had a pint of. beer ; and said the defendant-" I think there was no harm in it." Fined Ss. and 6s. costs. AnoTra?n SUNDAY TninEn. - i[r. Jamesa Finn, Landlord of the Happy Home, Templestowo, was also charged with selling lic1sor on Sunday, the 19th. Defendant denied the charge. Constab...

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BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Breese, Staley, Overend, and Dr. Talbot.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

IBRUNS? ICK COURT. W?EnENSDAY, i[IY GTu. (Before''Messrs. Strutt, P.i£., Brcese, Staley, Overend, and Dr. Talbot.) Mr. Grylls made application for a trans fer of license for the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, from William Watts to Felix O'Connor.-Granted. Niel Glooson charged with driving a dray with no name thereon, fined is. and 2s. 6d. costs. M?rs. Chow Koo was charged with using insulting language in a public street tend ing to creato a breach of the peace. Defendant stated that she had been pro voked and aggravated to do so, and as the distrint, (Philipstown) in which the row occurred appears to be a rowdy one, the bench inflicted a small fine of is. and 2s. 6d. costs. -Albert Burn charged with cruelly ill treating a horse. Constable Bourko stated the horse was not in a fit state to work, tho hooks being cut severely. M.r. McIvor, who had been sumnmoned did not appear, but Mr. Grylls informed the bench that no doubt the statement hoe would make would clear the matter up satisfactoril...

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Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 1. (Before Mr. Carroll, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

Police. HOTIIAM COURT. FRIDAY, iMAY 1. (Before Mr. Carroll, J.P.) INSULTINGLY DnucNc.-James Hayden, having been found drunk and disorderly,: was accommodatediwith government lodg ings. On coming before thebench he was very penitent and the latter was lenient, so James 'as loet off with a caution toboe' have better in future. 'LARCENY.-Thomas Millidge charged with larceny, was remanded until Thurs day,.7th inst. .1 " "MONDAY, 4TH? MAY. '(Before Dr. Lloyd, J.P.) FPoND of Goosn.--Patrick Judge and Johsi Andrews alias Thonis :-'Gormon were brought'up on remand, charged with having larcenously appropriated a goose, of the valiino of'Ss., the said goose being the proporty of Ellen, O'Neil; on the ap plication-of the.police they were again rdmanded' untihThursday, 7th inst. A -NIce PAIn.-James Fraser, a dray man, aged 45; aiidi Robert Citiampbell, aged 27, appeared to answer a' chlarge of having been fonil disodrderly "'foti". Frasbr had spent all his money but 2s. 3d.; but Camp still had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

Government N tfices. R EGISTRATION OF BIRTHS; DEATHS, VA C C I'N A T I 0 NS, IN VICTOIIA. DISTRICT OFFICES IN IIOTHAM AND CARLTON, Will be opened on Monday, tarch 2nd, 1874. Offices for theoabove purposes will be opened at the following places: Carlton District-Lygon street, opposite Argyle Square, north. Office hours: from 10 till 1. Bothnm and West IMelbourno District, north of Latrobo strcot--.Ir. 0. A. Atkin's chemist, Errol street, opposite Town Ihall Office hours : from 2 till 4. N.B.-Births should be Registered within ixty days under a penalty of £10 Eotham Notices. BORlOUGII OF IIOTIIAM. PAYMENT OF RATES PRIOR TO THE 10rit JUNE, 1874. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pnr suant to the 4IOth Section of the *"Boroughs Statute," NO OCCUPIER OF HATEAULE PROPERTY within the Borough will be ent tled to be ENROLLED on the BURGESS IOLL for 187.1, UNLESS ALL RATES-save as excepted by the said Sta tute-in respect of such property shall have boon PAID B3EFORE Ol ON TILE 10th DAY OF JUNE NE...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 8TH, 1874. SANITARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 8rc, 1874. SANITARY. The present state' of the health of 'Brunswlck is not'very assuring. Natiur ally the highest suburb around Melbourne, with facilities for thorough drainage to the Merri Creek on one side, and the Moonee Ponds on the other, 'how is. it there are such defects in what so much concerns the well being of its residents ? We hear of several outbreaks of typhoid fever, and in two families, more than one member has been laid prostrate with this terrible disease. Typhoid fever flourishes where filth abounds, and to free a district of such a dire visitant, cleanliness in per son and promises is essential, Foul drains, bad air, putrid meat, decaying vegetable matter, dirty back yards, and all similar abominations are the constant creators of fevers. The course adopted by the Council in licensing slaughter houses, and allowing boiling down esta blishments within its bounds, has not been'condncivo of the health of its inhabi. tants; and it se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

ri~H .tu e, oHeidelberg, BFunswlck.: , vri,71gog1. FstzroyOoflnagwood, etc".'`'r -icya niPublished every Fiiday .' j I prkconol ' o' paper, If s. q pot-quarter or P pcnp y roJilglivorod,,p.ayable tin, advance. pinglp oDies,nlvd, i l .rd t: ' Kl - °.'; ,r!i ADVERTISEMENTS. Per4ipnqhyl(;Lt i-;'O1 ::aL3s. nsilolaoeding:natiwes;Mppoe agrdomeht: A oe islxn ZfzTEsrd .siraa}nl v3A :"r,310 1 I ycrt tnont? rooeev' for.?aoy s?pUO tegppo;,'loek,oa the day previonus,topytbeli*, oation:I Each advprtiosmept :;hoeldl,;boar updn the manuseripttho number of insertions rouireoil. 'ta-When nio.iustructions'are sent in rofjoin't 85 thlS iabe'5of' iiedrtionsd;the AeidVrfliemen'tb 'Nilbe'oni' iied antil cbhun. te i andd,; and?o ged coodingl y`All orders toaltorar discontinue advoertinsements from Coburg, Brunawick, Collingwood Carlton, and'Fitzroy;*mueat-be in writing, ani~f:fodraibed lto+thci office, S3! Elizabeth tr6elino 1ie.' ": 1(1 .i. i I: Ail 'cerian tifon intended for insertion mue? loaauthcntcat...

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FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

FURIOUS DRIVING. As showing the necessity for the Police Offenes Act being * at once extended to Heidelberg,*wo may 'mention that a few days ago a very sonoua accident occurred on the road near the residence of Mr.' Perry, Fulham Grange.. Dr. Farrie, Mount Eaglehouse, was driving in his buggy and pair,. when another .bugy, cominfrom an opposite direction, colli de with the doctor's trap, throwing him out,. The horses, being younganc, spirited, bolted, ran-a-muck against other vehicler on the road, and 'the carriage was almoste destroyed. *: ' . :. i. ,'i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

Drapers, etc. 52c ERROL 8 TREET, II OTIITAM. OF NEW D RAPERY ;ElSTABLISHMENT. E;_ SNELLGROVE -:Begeo to stato that he is now showing A 'LARGE AND VARIED STOCK, Comprising ianchester Goods, .;'Dresses, Clothing,. Hats, Caps, Shirts, Millinery, &c. N. B.-The STOCK which is ENTIRELY NEW will bo found well assorted. All Goods Marked at the Lowest CASHT PRICES In Plain Figures, from which NO ABATE" MENT can be made. iWillinery and Dressmaking Executed upon the Premises in the LATEST FASHIONS. S'r, Country Orders punctually at -tended to. Note the Address .52 ,? ERROL STREET, HOTIHAM. E. CRONIN, VICTORIA IIOUSE, 74, 76, and 78 VICTORIA STREET, IIOTHAIM, Is now showing a WELL ASSORTED STOCK of NEW WINTER GOODS Comprising all the Latest Novelties in Dress Materials,' Shawls, Overskirts, Etc., etc., Well worthy of inspection. The Millinery Department "Will bo found Well Stocked in all the LEADING STYLES, and at prices very moderate. The Dressmaking Department Is always Well Stooked w...

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 8 May 1874

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

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EXPENDITURE OF THE HOTHAM LOAN FUND. (Per favor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

EXPENDITURE OF THE IIOTHAM\ LOAN FUND. (Per favor of the Advertiser.) Sir--In a recent issue you called'atton tion to the delay in reintroducing into the Council for debate the important question of the Loan Fund expenditure. On that occasion you briefly pointed out the un-. equal manner in which the money had been oepenaded in the three separate Wards of the Borough, as shown by the printed schedules of expenditure. It is only natural that the burgesses should re quire to know the circumstances by which the Loan Fund has apparently been so un. equally: expended. Briefly stated, they are as follows:--The several streets throughout the Borough had each a specified sum of money set apart to be expended on them. Section 317 of the .Boroughs Statute provides that all owners of property are legally liable for thoepay. mont of one-half the expense incurred in paving or flagging; footpaths in front of said property. This provision of the sts tute has been enforced in every city; and boroug...

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PUBLIC GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

PUBLIC GARDENS. Sir-You may havo observed in the ac counts of an interview which the Secre tary of the Acolimatisation Society had with' the Chief Secretary last week, that he recommended theo Society should make a charge for admission to the Gardens. Now I consider this would be a most un fair proceeding if the Society should adopt such a course. The inhabitants of North Melbourne have been too negligent of the manner this Society has been en closing the bestasitdsein the Rioyal Park for some years past; merely, it would seem to furnish grazing paddocks for the cows and horses of the Secretary, and if they will -quietly stand still and allow them to make a charge for admission they are greater asses than I take them to be. We.might put the question to the Chief Sebretary; and ask if the same course is to be recommended with the 'Botanic Gardens and the Fitzroy.Gardens. Both of them have been brought into their present state of cultivation with the funds furnished by 'the State, and...

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Letters to the Editor. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

Letters to the Editor. NOTrCE TO CORRESPONDENTS. W. K.-Mr. Godfrey saved the deposit of £50 merely by five votes ; or had Mr. Munro polled 19 more votes, lMr. Godfroy would havo forfeited his money.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

S?ani Notices. ENGaLISI, SCOTTISH AND AUSTRA LIAN CHARTERED BANK. HAY MARKET. This Branch is now open at the intorsec tion of Elizabethstreet north and Fleming. ton and Sydney roads, for the transaction of general banking business. Fixed deposits received. S 4 per cent. for six months and 5 percent. for twelvo months. ; Advances granted. Bills discounted. WILLIAM CLARKE, Mlay 4th, 874. Manager. f|HE COMMIERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRA. TH LIA, LIMITED, AN AGENCY of this bank has boon OPENED in close proximity to the Hay Horse, Cow and Pig Markets, Flemington Iload, Melbourne, where every facility will be given to constituents for the transmission of Money to Country Branches. HENRY TURNER. May let, 1874. E NGLISH,. SCOTTISH and AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK QUEENSBERRY and LEVESON STREETS HOTHA?IM. MONEY received on Deposit at Call and for Fixed Periods at current rates of interest. Drafts issued on England, Ireland and Scot. land, San Francisco, and the Australian colonies. Bills discounted, an...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 8TH, 1874. THE TOWN HALL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 8TrI, 1874. THE TOWN HALL, HOTHA[M. There does not appear to be any signs of life in the Town hnall Committee. No steps have been taken that we are aware of to erect the new building beyond obtaining drawings; yet the money is lying idle and can not be devoted to any other purpose. At the time the sum of £3,500 was placed in the bank, we re member a discussion of a very animated nature took place in the Council as to whether it should be deposited for six months or merely at call. Many coun. cillors indignantly scouted the idea of allowing a large sumn of 'money to lie idle for so long a period, and wished the necessary steps to be taken to erect the building without delay. Ultimately a deputation waited on the Government, but the application for assistanco was not successful. Since thon-twelve months ago-we believe no further action has been taken in the matter, and the Council have evidently shelved the topic. It must surely be apparent to the min...

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Cricket. VICTORIA FOUNDRY V. UNITED MILLWRIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

Cricket. VICTORIA FOUNDET V. UNITED MILL. A cricket match was played in the University paddock on Saturday, between the Victoria Foundry C. Club and the UnitedMillwrights. C. Club; which re. sulted in a victory for the Millwrights C. Club. The bowling of Hilton for the Victoria Foundry C.C. was most excel. lent, he taking no less than six wickets, as also was Cooley's for the Millwrights. Appended are the scores :e VICTORIA FOUNDRY C. CLUB. T. Patrie, b Duncan ... .4 It. Ptrie, b Duncan .... - .. 1 Robinson, b Cooley .. 4 MoConnell, e and b Cooley 3 Hilton, is Groube 2... ..... WV. Lseonard, b Groubo . . 2 McCormoik, o and b Coolsy 12 F. 'HoCormlck, b Groube 0 I. Dartrer, b Cooley 1 HoLsash, b Gronbe 5 Callins, not ut ...... o Byesa . ........ ... 1 Total ..... 35 UNrrID nILLwUITan. Hughey, b Hilton ... . M. Duncan, b Hilton ........ 7 We,. RoUertsoa, b Hitotn 0 I. Mair, b Hilton ..... .. 21 S. Cooley, b Hilton .... ....0 H. Groube, b Hilton 2 T. Groube, b McCormick ... ...... 25 C....

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BRUNSWICK SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

BRUNSWICK..SCHOOL BOARD, The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held on Saturday last, at the Mechanics Institute,' when there 1 were present Dr. Talbot (chairman), and Noessrs Overend, Bodford, Birchett, Breese and Hutchinson. Letters were received from the Education Office intimating, that the solicitors for the Crown were engaging in examining the title of the proposed site for a State School, and that when com pleted, the buildings. would be erected. We understand the site referred to, i situated in Albert street east, near the Sydney Road, and will also have a fron tago to another street running sonthwards and will comprise about two acres. : The Board also received a communication from the Education Department, stating, that if arrangements can be made with the trustees of the leased buildings now, used for teaching, a night school for boys will be opened forthwith. We are informed that a special meeting of the Board of Advice will be held' this evening, at t o'clock, to ...

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