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NATIONAL MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

': NATIONAL" MUSEUM: The number of. visitors to the National M[useum of National History and Geology, for the week ending. May 9th, was 1627. Thoe Museum is open to the public daily (Sundays excepted), from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. in the National Museum building at the back of the University;.

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THE PROPOSED BRIDGE AT NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

THE PROPOSED BRIDGE AT NORTHCOTE. The old bridge over the Merri Creek at Northcote, seems to be in articulo mortis, and there is every probability that the good people of Northcote, Preston, Epping, and Bundora, &c., will one of these fine mornings find themselves cut off' from all direct communication with the city. We understand that some time ago the Shire council engaged Mr. Rawlinson, C.E., to par plans and specifications for a new bridge. The plans and specifications have been ready for some months, but there is an impracticable individual con nooted with the roads and bridges de partment, who will neither approve of the plans,.nor yet condescend to point! out .what fault hliohas to find with. them.. At the last meeting of the Shire Council the members unanimously resolved that they would "not be treated as school boys, but would " at once go the fountain head;" and the Secretary was instructed to write to the Hon. the Minister of Railways-and Roads, asking him to rece...

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NEW TEMPLRANCE HALL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

NEW TTEMPL1ANCE .HALL, HOTHA .. . It' will be ecn ,from our advertising columns that the. first half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the Hotham Temp. erance Hall, will be held at that place, on Thniasday evening, the 21st' inst., at 8 o'clock ... . -

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HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

IIOTIIIA 0 POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. 7.10 am. 12.10 p.m. .10 10.25 a.m. 3.45 p.m. TIME OF LOCAL DELIVERY. , 8.30 na.m.; 1 p.m. ; 5p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the usual Ifailties aro affordeod to depositors in the Savings' Bank.

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

Publications.': frl .a-_I Ton IM- AILBOURNE ADVRIt. o i T" %r ;'1 _fc ii.TIi;E T 0 a: r," ;:': Ol 01rculatinig in ItHotai O rltont , Weea ` e, . lhbourne, Heidelberg, Brunswick ti ie .'Cqobur' Fitzroy, Ooellngs'ood, etc.'.~ q ,,>, t:,o PublishedheveryFriday 1., oTh' "h oge apoapr d n qua rtflrco; , d.peny, ?,g; ,teP{ delivore'. , L pyl in advsn c9." `-1... . 5 1 o12U(L cci ;A DVEIRTISEMESJTS:'ii' U. Onlrotilt 5sdler tinoah , o per lgtiin t Advertisementsi recoivd': for each issue. up to one o'clock n 'the day previous to publi. ,.1 ation. i Ea ch.ladrditioemontl should lbeer upon the mirusri ptii tho number of ainsoreioe 'c I. required "V'iohn iio'i eastructions are sent in '' riifeiroe 1i'co'the number ofing rbon, .the advertisoment will?Oe continued .until connii , trmanded, and charged, apedrdingly All orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements from Coburg" Brunswick, Collingwood Carlton, adiraitzoroy )imuiist' 'bo in writing, :::; and forwarded' to, theo olifid;' 8tlEl?abe...

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AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

AGENTS FOR THE " ADVERTISER " Ilotham: Mr. E. Lyons,-27 Queensborry st. Carlton: AMr. J. Calandor 6 Elizabeth street, S Mir. Gregory, Lygon street. - Bruiewick : ?Ir. Eckersall,,Sydnoy road. Coburg: iMr. Turnham. Sydney road. tVollingwood: M?rs. t[c3?ullin, 194 Gertrude street. East Collingwood: Mir. \V. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy: AMrs. Woodruff Brunswick street. Eltham: Mr. Andrews. Heidelberg and Alphington : Mr. O'Koofe.

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CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

CARLTON 'OST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' B ANK. lMails are despatched from this office at 6.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m 9.55 a.m. 0, ,, 10.54 a.m 2.30 p.m. ,, ,, 1.20 p.m 3.40 p.m. , ,, 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. ,, . 5.44 p.m. Money orders are issued at this oflice, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors of the Savings' Bank.

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ACCIDENT IN CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

ACOCIDENT IN' CARLTON. A man named W~m.' Wentworth, aged forty-three years, living in Dickerson street North Melbourne, was undermining a wall in Drummond ,street, Carlton, on Monday, when'it fell.upon him and frac tured several of his ribs. He was at once taken to the hospital.. .

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NORTH MELBOURNE BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

NORTH MELBOURNE BANKS. It will sccn-from an official notico else. whoer that thoEnglish and Scottish Bank and the.Commercial Bank have raised the interest on deposits at the:branches in the vicinity of the Hay Market, which will be in future as, follows :-- Sir months, 4 per cent; twelve months, 5 per, cent.

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ILLTREATMENT OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

ILLTREATMENT OF A CHILD. An inquest was held a few days ao by Dr. Youl, at Hotham, on the body of nm. erry Bloomfileld, an infant aged nine weeks and sir days, son of Wm. G. Bloom field. The evidence showed that the mother had died in giving birth to the child, and that the father had placed the infant with a Mrs. Byrne on .nd March, paying her 12s. per week. After the child remained with the woman some time, it becamevery weak, when it was placed with a Mrs. Ahern, but it gradually faded and died. Dr. Nield who made the post m?rtem examination, believed the cause of death to have been effusion of serum on the brain, brought on by improper feeding. A verdict in accordance with that opinion was returned.

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BOARD OF ADVICE, CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

BOARD OF ADVICE, CARLTON. To.day the election will take place for a member of.the Board of Advice, Carlton, occasioned by the resignation''of Dr. Hardy. Mr. E. King (of the firm of Gledhi and Co.), and Messrs. Adamson, Gordon and Fitzgerald are candidates, but it is thought the contest will lie with the first three gentleman. Mr. King is well qualified for the position he seeks to obtain, and as he is an old resident of Carlton, and one in every way identified with the progress of that locality, it is very probable he will be returned.

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ROBBREY IN CARLTON AND BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

.IOIOBRIJEY IN CAItLTON AND IIRlIYNSIVIC1IC. A daring case of robbery, in whioh several persons must have been engaged, oceurad on Sunday night, on the promises of Mr. A. 3, Jonos, at the junction of \Western and Cameron streets, Brunswick, well known as the Quarry Hotelu Al. though the thioves did not :succeed - in getting money, they managed Lo:ssauro ,a larg quauntity of brand, eha.pauew , and other liqiuors,!in bottle, as also cigars, and aboult £0 worth- of tobacco,, which they must have packed in the bar, in one of syf JTnes's cases, which was afterwards found under a bridge crossing Lygon street, to. wards Carlton.-Last week four pairs of silver-plated candlesticks wore stolen from St. George's Romani "Catholic Clhurch in Drummond street, and on-Saturday night Mr. Fredrick Scarlott's house in Faraday street was entered,.:.and.the :thieves ab stracted a cash-box containing joewellery and documents, together with some cloth. ing, the valne of the whole being £8.

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THE PENALTY FOR FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

THE PENALTY FOR FURIOUS DRIVING. In the County Court a few days ago, an action was brought by a person named Symo to rocover damages because of in juries received from being knocked down in Grattan street, Carlton, recently. The defendant's name was Johnson, a butcher, and the injury was caused by the deflcn dant's son, who was riding round on a pony for orders. :The plaintiff's shoulder, was, in consequence of the accident, so much injured that he was laid up for some time. It was contended that tile plaintiff was improperly walking it tho middle of the road at the time thle accident ha ppued. Hits Honor Judge Cope gave the plaintiff damages to the extent of £10, with £. 4s. costs,

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SINGULAR ACCIDENT IN BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

SINGULAR ACCIDENT IN R3IUNSWICK. The residents of Millar and Nicholson streets were thrown into a state of great consternation a few days ago by an in furiutod bullock, evidently escaped from a mob of bush cattle on the way to the slaughter yards in Collingwood. It took up its quarters for the night in the Come. tory Reserve, and afterwards found its way among the habitations of the living, to the terror of women and children. A stock man proposed to drive it to the abbatoirs, whiloothors suggested shooting the animal. Whon efforts were made by a horseman to move on the beast, it charged the horse and its rider, the former being killed on the spot, and the latter narrowly escap in a similar fate. After this there was quick dispatch, and no further damage was done.

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IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

]rANHOE STATE SCHOOL. Mr. Davenport having resigned his ap Eointment as teacher of the Ivanhoe State School, the building was closed for a few days, but was re-opened on Thursday, the 7th inst. The new teacher is ?ir. Hemans, late of Dandenong. We un derstand that btween eighty and ninety scholars were in attendance on Friday, and are informed that that number would be more than doubled in a very short time if there was proper school accommodation. It is a pity that the Government do not proceed with the building of a now school at once. The present building is nothing more than a miserable makeshift, utterly inadequate to the wants of the neigbor hood.

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JIKA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

f JIICA SIIIRE COUNCIL. The monthly mooting of this Council was holdon Monday, tho 4th May. The Presi o ent (Counoillor Plant) took the chair at e twenty minutes past 4 p.m. Praesent-Councillors Bastings, Cooper, Dennis, Patterson, Vincent, Clinch, Mar. :s shall, and O'lCoeffe. t CORRESIPONDENCI. - l The Prosidont read a number of leottero t receivod during the month, including tho e following :-From Secretary of Blind Asylum. R aoknowledging the roceipt of donation of CI °s.-From Sorot?ryofDeaf and Dumb Iucoti a tute, acknowledging receipt of a similar donation.-From Messrs. Nuttall and Blake, solicitors, asking for certain information ro sporting the rating of some property within IF the Shtre.--From George Gibson, alsking the If Itoad Board to do some kerbing and channel. ling at Clark street cornor.-From William is Sutton, complaining of a nuisance in South It Preston.-Prom the Town Clerk of Colling I wood, acknowledging the receipt of a c Oommunication from the Jika Council, as...

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THE SITE FOR A GAS WORKS IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

THE SITEIFOR A GAS WORKS IN HOTHAM. In order that the ratepayers of Iotham may' bomado acquainted with the argu monts used bythe Council against the Government. granting "the Collingwood Gas Company a site for the crection of gas works within the -borough, .we pub lish the following correspondence between the Government and the Council upon thiesubject :-- . r . .. . .. Olfice of Lands and Survey, Mlelbourne, 19th March, 1874, Sir-I have the honor, by direction of the Honorable' the Minister of Lands. and Agri culture, to forwardtho accompanying plan,' on which is indicated by color, th position of the area of crownlands at Hotham, within which the Collingwood, Fitzroy, and District Gas and Coke Company desire to obtain a site for additional gas works ; and to request that this department may be favored with an expression of the views of your Council relative to the proposed appropriation of part of the land in question.-I have the honor to be, sir, your most obedient servant, G. Mo...

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

POLICE GAZETTE. The following extracts are taken from the Victoria Police Gazette of May 5th. -Stolen from'the dwelling of John Moris Thomas, Ireland street, West Melbourne, on the 27th ultimo, three gold rings, one set with garnets and pearls one pearl lost, one set with a large emerald, four small ones, and two amethysts; and the other with garnet and pearl, garnet lost; a gold necklet about nine inches long, pattern links and solid pieces ' inch long alter nately; and a gold earring long andtaper. ing to top.-Alfred Ireland is charged, on warrant, with stealing money from the dwelling of Sarah Stratton, George street, Fitzroy, on the 22nd ultimo.-Stolen from the Gollingwood Hotel, corner of Gore and Webb streets, Fitzroy, on .the 30th ultimo, the property of Sarah Cooley, a cash-box containing a L10 note, three L5 notes, and about L55 in single notes, gold, and silver; a cheque jfor L2 o1s. on a Geelong bank, a cheque. for L5 on the English anil Scottish Bank, Melbourne, signed T...

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

Varieties. The Eastern Question.-Much sensation has been cause t in Paris, by an article in "Auge. burger Aligemelno Zeltung" deolar ng that that the preseavation of the Turkish Empire is not a dogma with Germany and that if Germany and Russia should desire to trans form the whole map of Esetern Europe no one would prevent them. Most of the French newspapers have commented upon this article and regard the Eastern Question as again opened . oMr. Skeat has found a poem which he be - lioves to be by Chatterton. It was a century. old number of the " Universal Magazine." It has been stated that the wonderful boy was buried in the churchyard of St. An. drew's, Iolborn. This is not the case. Ilis funeral was to the burying-ground at. tached to the old workhouse in Shoe Lane ; and the aite is now occupied by Farringdon Market. Pt1RclEc LouIrsE'c DowYv.-To allay the fears of those who think the eountry.canuot afford to allow the Princes Loulise £0,000 per annum, the following imple umin artt...

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RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION BEFORE OR AFTER SCHOOL HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION BEFORE OR1 AFTER SCHOOL HOURS. Sir-As I find on the part of some per sons my action in the Board of Advice has subjected me to crticism, I desire through your kindness to state what was the extent of the opposition I gave to a certain proposal, and the reasons I ad vanced in support of my opposition. Your readers are aware that clause xv. of the Amended Education Act clearly de fines the duties of the Boards of Advice, the first enumerated of which is as fol lows:-- . "-To direct with the approval of the minister what use shall be made of school buildings after the children are dismissed from* school." Through this clause an application was made several months since to grant to the Revs. McVean, Dodgson, and Bentley pormis sion to use the building occupied as a state school for religious instruction, either before or after school hours. I opposed the application, principally for the three following reasons which I men tioned. Firstly-It was opposed to both the ...

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