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HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 11TH MAY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Fleming, Bond and Recardo, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
HEIDELBEIRG COURT. MOnDAY,- 11TH MAY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Fleming, Bond and Recardo, J.P's.) SA LoAn or WooDn--ItArn A- DEAD ONE.-'--John Pago v. RicOhard Stool, damsagin a stable, value £3. The com plainant min this' case is an old German gentleman, residinig at' ;Greensborough. The defendanrt is a young woodcarter, re siding at Darubin Crock.. It appeared from the evidence thaft defendant wqnt to complainant's paddock for a load of wood, and-as one of the witnesses put it-"it being rather late in the day, and no re striction put on the wood defendant tarmon as an old stable what stood in the paddock, pulled it to pieces," and loaded his dray with the materials which were described as " saplings split in halves." Herr Page admitted that he did not see Steel pulling down the stable. Iie said-I did not shea Stheel in do padduck, but Mis thur Vilson shoe him dere, and shoe him take avay the stabell. Charles Fletcher deposed . as follows-I saw that young gentleman (de...
Borough Councils. COBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MAY 7TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
Borough Councils. COBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. May 7TI, 1874. S. M'Laughlan's tender for the supply of maintenance metal for the various roads in tho North Subdivision was accepted at the bulk sum of L17 10s lld.--For main tenance metal, East Subdivision, J. Gaughan, L103 15s.--For maintenance metal, West Subdivision, J. 1I. Reid, L7I7 15s.-Works Dell street South and Itoynard street, L. M-'Laughlau L58 3s. On Derby road, Bolingbroke, L. I'Lausghlan. L13A is. Sd-On IIridge road East, J. IH. Reid, .L:1 10s.-For maintcn ance metal, No. 2 section, Eain Syducny road; J. Gaughan, Li,7 2s. (Od. Contractor lt. Walsh wrote to the hoard rcquesting them to reconsider their deci silo with reference to the inilletion of the penalty upon hinm or the noo-completion of his contract in the speciticd timse. 'The matter was postponed f the te consideratlion of a full Board. The Inspector of Works was directed to let the snuccsst'ul tenderors know the exact quantity of metal required in each subdivisio...
Tales, Sketches, &c. BONNY JEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
Tales, Sketches, &c. SBONNY JEAN. When Bonny Jean came running-actually running-to.meet her brother, I scarcely know her. She seemed suddenly to have grown taller, and her figure had rounded futo womanhood. I was almost disappointed. This was not the Bonny Jean of my dreams ; t where was the real Joan, with her dear little white face, and her gentle eyes ? This one's checks were rosy, and her eyes sparkled -the figure wasolenderstill, and exquisitely graceful, but not alight-where was my own BIonny Jean of the summer? " How are you, old fellow-boys I moan !' r said a friendly voice, as we entered the parlor ; and there was Jack Harrington holding on his extended hands a band of worsted, which Miss Bonny Joan Arden had evidently been winding off when we ar rived. Tom had come in, embracing the slender waist of his sister with his right arm. " IIero you are Jack !" was his amiable greeting, "how are all at home, and how are you getting on with Bonny Jean ?" An abrupt atar indi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
2Drapers, etc. 52 ERROL S TREET, II OTIIAM. OPENING OF NETW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. E, SNELLGROVE Begs to state that ho is now showing A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK, Comprising-' Manchester Goods, Dresses, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Millinery, &c. N.B.-The STOCK which is ENTIRELY NEW, will be found well assorted. All Goods Marked at the Lowest; CASl PRICES In Plain Figures,. from which NO ABATE MENT can be made. Millinery and Dressmaking Executed upon the Premises in the LATEST FASHIONS. ~" Country Orders punctually at tended to.. Note the Address 52 ERROL STREET, ROTHAM. E. CRONIN, VICTORIA HOUSE, 74, 76, and 78 VICTORIA STREET, IIOTHAM, 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 Mlillinery Department Will ')o found Well Stocked in all the LEADING STYLES, and at prices very moderate. The Dressmaking Department Is always Well Stocked with a largo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
Deaths. SHIELAS.—Died on the 7th May, at the residence of his father, Hotham Hill, &nbsp; George, youngest son of Hugh and Sus- an Shielas, aged three years. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. All notices of births, marriages and &nbsp; deaths occurring in North Melbourne, &nbsp; or adjoining districts, will be inserted gratuitously, if sent to the office be- fore 12 o'clock on Thursday.
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13TH. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Breese, Staley, Fleming and Dr. Talbot.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13TH. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Breese, Staley,Fleming and Dr. Talbot.) Some fourteen or fifteen residents were summoned for having their closets and back yards in a filthy state, injurious to the public health, and were each fined 5s. and 5s. costs Dennis Hannabury v. Oakford and Davidson. These proceedings were brought under the Police Offences Statute for wilful trespass. Plaintiff rents a large paddock from Mr. Dawson, and the defendents are men employed at the Hoffman Patent Brick Company, and were in the habit of crossing the paddock as a near cut to their work, and although notices had been posted about tresspass- ing, and the defendents had been spoken to, they still persisted in crossing the paddock. Both defendents were fined 1s. and 4s. 6d. costs each. Patrick Hannabury v. Robert Harriver, assault. The plaintiff and defendant, two lads about 9 and 14 years of age, met in the paddock alluded to in the last case, when Hannabury wanted Har...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 8TH MAY, 1874. (Before Dr. Moore, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 15 May 1874
Police. HOTHAM COURT. PFRDAY, 8ri MAYz, 1874. (Beforoe Dr. Moore, J.P.) TII DRusIEAnD's LsT. - Laurence Hayes, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution. Peter Byrno on a similar charge was fined 10s. or 48 hours. TIHiEATE.NIN? LIFa.-Thomas Smith was brought up on warrant, charged with threatening the life of Anna Mellrick, and was remanded until the 11th inst. MONDAY, 11THr MAY. (BIeforo Dr. Lloyd, J.'.) A PITIABLE CASE.--Mary Ann Alison, an inveterate drunkard, was brought up charged with being drunk and disorderly. As she was evidently suffrering from de- lirium tremens, she was remanded till the 18th inst. for medical treatment. A NICE PAIR.--Alfred Morris and ~W. MoLeish for insulting behavior in the public streets, at a quarter past 1 o clock on Sunday morning, were severally fined 20s. or seven days' imprisonment. TinH ilsuLTr.-Thomas Smith,0on re mand for threatening the lire of Ani Meol-. rick, was bound over to keep the peace for twelvo months,...
I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
S I.O. O.-?. A preliminary meeting :of members of the Independent Order of Oddfellows was held at tlo Edinburgh Castle, Brunswick, on the evening Of Wevdnesday, 20th inst. in order to form a lodgeo. The advantanes held out by this order to those who feeol inclined to avail themselves of iti friendly id are such as must commend them-. .elves to the favorable consideration of the working men of Brunswick,, and wo expcct that a strong lodge will soon be in oxistilire in the boroughl .
PENTRIDGE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
PENTRIDGKE ITEMS. i A correspondent from Coburg writes to tile press as follows :--Another addition has been made to the r:ntridgoe Stockade .by extending the outerwalls in asouthern and eastern 'direction, which encloses a space of ground 250ft.:200ft. .This yard completes tho external "all Which: sor rounds'theB and C divisions the hospital, oflices, and oflicers' quarters.. The heigt of this portion of the wall is from 18ft. to 25 ft. There- are also sheds erected in each yard where the prisoners will ble em ployed at stone cutting-ind mat `niaking, and other.usefiilemploymdnts. The yard contiguousn to this, coinmbnly known as that of the "lifers" for, ybars past, .will: 'soon be abimndoned; id it is intended before long itd lbild on 'th?; sitei, the :new workshops,. which will,,comprise .work! rooms for the-. carpenters,,. blaeksmithi, plumbers, and .painters. ' When: theseb buildings are completed all the .meohanice will be employed inside the walls:: " i The arms which have be...
THE SYDNEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
1'pill; SYI)NiY . D. Y . : The imlprouerlm t made inll tie part of this thoroughfire.withiu:thl City of Mel. bourno is rcry marked, and certainly shows great contraist to the continual, neglect during pait yRors. About twentyl men aro daily um lloyp in picking upi the roadway and with theo Ihelp of the ololm ruller it woull seem as ifn good roand was at last to connect Blrunswiok with the oity. The removal of the telegraph posts will taink plaoe in a few days, and when "il etldiiiotal witltli is giveu to tie road it will be rioun that loss "labord will keep it in repair.
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN STATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
iRELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN ''' STAT E SCHOOLS.. ' The 1Rev. Mr. Potter of Hotham, writes to the",morning'papers in reforence to ;e ligious instruction in Slatoe Schools.: 'He says:- " You accuse me of eudaivoring'to perrert the Education:Aot. . The best. answer I can make to this charge. is: a simple statement of what I have done. Imade application to the "Hotham :Board of Advice for leave to use the schools in their :district after 'school hours for' the 'purpose of giving, "rbolgigous instruction to those 'hildr en ' ltendidg. the' schools whose: parents: might :iish; them: to'rocorve suchli in'struction. ? I' received 'pormission accorditigly, and, act ing upon the permission':so received, I, formed certain, classes, and.' have since conducted them with the full concurrence ofthe ,head master, the Board of Advice, anud the departinent. My relations ,ith thoahcad master liavobeen those ,of per sons perfectly independent of one another who both wish well to the cause of roli' gious ...
BRUNSWICK FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
BRUNSWICK F'IREBlRIGADE. Is this body disbanded, or waiting-some serious conflagration before showing its powrs?., The Captain chosen has goner allyj.icdvi himself very active in any orgamsiation with which he Identifies him self, andwdo'inderstbnd a good Secretary was'alsbeoleoted.. The :wantof uniforms might prevent, the brigade from taking port in the 'forthcoming demonstration, but we trust in the interests of the high aim of such societies, the brigade willkeep together, and prove its willingness to aid in a time of need. If.-tho inhabitants of Brunswick were appealed to we are sure thereowould bsea-rcady"responto' toassist them in funds... . : -
NORTH MELBOURNE REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
NORTH MELBOIURNE .1EPE.E SENTATIVES. .j; It is very gratifying: to oblserverth1i good feeling which exists between Moessrs. Curtain'ind Munro, the representativos'of North M?elbolrne. O On two occasions, whbi their services' were. required'? they, were found cordially co.opcrating iii pro.. moting the welfare of the district.tliey, re-. present, viz.-Olibtaining ,water pu ply for North Carlton,- and advocating a Gen. tral Railway site.. Combined action bn 'questions of local interest is most desir able, and it is quite evident both 'of these gentlemen are' disposed to wo'rk t"ogether in a friendly spirit. "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
IOTIIAI POST OFFICE. TIME OF OLEAIANCE. 7.10 am. 1.10 p.m. | 5.10 10.25 a.m. 3.145 p.m. TIRE OF LOCAL DELIVElRY. 8.30 a.m.; 1p.m.; 5p.m. Money orders are isaued at this office, and the usual faoilties are afforded to depositors in the Savings' Bank.. CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. Mails are despatched from this offlice at 0.40 a.m. arriving at Melbourno at 7.44 a.m 9.55 n.m. ,, ,, 10.54 a.m 2.30 p.m. , 1.10 p.m 3.40 p.m. 4 p.m. 4.40 p.m. , , 5.44 p.m. loney orders are issued at this ollce, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors of the Savings' Bank. AGENTS FOR TIlE " ADVERTISE i'R Hotham: Mr. E. Lyons, 27 Queeonsborry at." Carlton: Mr. J. Calander 0 Elizaboth street, 'MSr. Gregory, Lygoti street. Brunswick : Mr. Eckersall, Sydney road. Coburg : Mr. Turnham, Sydney road. Collingwood: Mlrs. McMullin, 194 Gertrude street. East Collingwood : ?ir. W\. T. Capper, 130 Wellington street. Fitzroy : Mrs. Woodruff, Brunswick street. Elthnm : Sir. Andrews. Heidelberg and AI...
YAN YEAN FOR NORTH CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
YAN YEAN FOR NO RTIt CARL TON. . LMessrs:. Munro and Curtain, Af.L.Ai's, waited on the Minister of Public Works a fer days, ago., with tho .requcst that ,tho" Yae,,Yean should-be laid. on toý North Carlton. l'hey pointed out that' several au?thoritative promises had been made that, thatdistriot shouldbe the first'reticulat?d as soon as pipes wore available. 'Mr.' An derson ondorsedthose' promises; and un dertook that'tlie,work' referred to" lhoild be the first undertaken. ,
BOURKE WARD IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
BOUlRKE WASD IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE. A public meeting of the, residents of Bourke Ward was held on Wednesday,. at the Three Crowns IIotel, Victoria street, west. ' Dr. Mlore.occupied the ehair,'and i briefly stated that the objoet of the moot ing was to take into consideratlon'the advisability of, forming; a committee to watch the general interests of the ward.' A long couversational discussion took place, and it was resolved that a league be formed consisting of theo ratepayers and property-holders, under the name of the " Bourke Ward Improvement League." A committoo of management, consisting of ' Messrs.'A. Stevenson, Oliver I.. Cullen,. WV.:Hill;-Barrat, E ughos, Sadlier, Stonop, Haynis, It. A. Forbies, Summerflold; Lee,.. and Dr. Moore, were appointed to inaiago the affairs of the league.'-It was"unani mously resolved, that, immediate steps should be taken to huit~te for a division of thoe ward and the permanent reserve. tion of the reserveo in. the northerli park of the district. '...
REMOVAL OF THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
REMOVAL OF TIIE PIG-MAIRKET. At last the Pig Market at the north end of Elizaboth street has bee i removed, and a most disagreeable and offensive'nuisaniq' done away "with. ,1'iessrr.' 1~fiCaJ. Adamson & Co.,'the lessees of thi prenmits ' next the National Bank of Australia, vacated the premises on WVednesday,' and? removed to the Corporation Pig Market on the Sydney road.