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ENLARGEMENT OF THE "ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
ENLARGEMENT "OF THE ' ADVERTISER." Owing-to the increasing circulation of the Advertiser, and the importance which that journal is assuzming as an advertising modium,, it will; be further,. enlarged so as to. allqw :;of. the. insertion of more reading matter. - The Advertiser, in its new shape,.will be the largest paper in Melbourne, with the exception of the Age and Argus.:__ ____
A KIND ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
A:. KIND ACTION.: A meeting of those .interested in raisihg a fund fort. the -.widow. !and. children' of .Bernard O'Dea,who was accidentally killed at the.BIlick Company? .Works, -Brunso wiek,:`was"ieold'a foew days ago., I,'bo inlihbitants subscribed liberall, and the district'was abi?iassed" by the working men themselves, assisted by Mir.'Iirding, brick maker, and Mr. ollineb, manager of .the.,Hoffman Co. i:Theseo gentlemen weroe5appointed, trusteeoos, ...to. invest the amount raised, viz., £100 15s. 5d., to the best advanitage by purchasing ai cottage for theTfainily to reside in The property is to be invested in the name of the chil drn. ·,
Letters to the Editor. EXPENDITURE OF THE HOTHAM LOAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Letters to the Editor.: EXPENIDITURE OF THE IIOTIIHAM LOAN FUND. Sir-I have read with great "interest the correspondence which has appearcd in your columns upon the above question. The burgesses' aredoeeply indebted to you, Sir, for being the means of enabling them to learn-the full particulars of what may be most justly 'termed one of the most dis graceful and corruptjobs that has ever yet been attempted it Ilothain. If evidence was wantinig to show this it could be found in the ominous silence . of the ie used parties'; theirs ii the silence of conscience stricken guilt. They havebeen challenged to produce one single argument in defence of their present course of noaction and they cannot do it. I remeiiber that at the time the vacancy in -the"middle ward (caused by the retirement of, Mr. 1Barwise) was being contested, great stress was laid on the fact of one of the candidates being possessed of considerablo property in the borough., This, it was asserted, would be a guarantee that...
THE WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
TIrE WIIOLESALIi VEGETArBLE BMARKET. It is high time that someonction' should be at once taken by tboe Committee of Itatepayers with the view of obtaining from their representatives in thie City Council some information as to the position of affairs in reference to 'the removal of the Wholesale Vegetable Market to Vic toriastreet. We understand thata mova meht lias'becn set on foot by those . inter ested in retaining that market in'its present position to oppose the erection of a Stato School on the vacant plot of ,ground at, the .corner of',Chotwynd: street, -West Melbourne. It is contended :thatif :the, opposition is successful the 'Government wilL bo obliged to fall back on the reserve in'Victoria 'street; and by this means .the' establishment of the Wholesale Vegetaible Market will be defeated. " ''
BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20TH. (Before Messrs. Brecze, Fleming, Staley and Dr. Talbot, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
BRUNSIVICKi COUR1T. WEDNsiDtVY, ML\Y - T2rn. (Before Messrs. Blreeze, Fleming, Slaley and Dr. Talbot., J.P's.) Prier v. Hoefer, fraud nummnons, for £3 18s., with 5s. costs, ordered to pay 7s. 6d. per week, in defiult one months imprisonment. Conhor v. Snowball for the sunm of .£6 1s. 9d., forsplitting wood., Tho de fendant stated an agreomont existod that plaintiff was to split 00 feet to the ton innd not 410 a stated. After a number of wit .nesses had been examined, and Mr. Snow ball himself had to apologiso for hisire marks to the bench, a verdict 'wss given for ,the amount .claimed, with £3 :3s. costs, to be levied by distress. Laurenco Parlow'.v. JIornby for £o, bricks sold aiid delivered; order for thio amount and 2s. Id. costs. SSame v. Mackintosl, £CS 2s. Od. The defendant did: not appear and a verdict was given for the amount with 2s. Od. costs ;I SConstable MacKenzie summoned John Cowrick for driring without lights. The dbfendiiht was fined 5s. and 2s; ld. costs. For a simi...
BANQUET TO THE BALLARAT CABMEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
BANQUET TO THIE BALLARAT CABMEN. ....AftCr, tho..cricket. match -was. played between- tle iBallarat.and Hotham Cab. men, the two teamnis andumpires, &c., ad. journed to the George HIotel, Victoria ,street, 'where a sumptuous repastihad been provided by the d?othamites for theni. selves ~and rivals. 'After' ample justice had been done to the viands displayed on the board,' the usual. loyal and patriotic toasts were proposed, tho Ballarat team toasted by' their Hotham rivals, and vice versa, and the usualrosponses incident to suchnaffairs wore made. SiriiTing then commenced, apd-the. songs of Meossre. Rickards,.Simmidhs, Spencer, Mclfahon, Traynor..and Robertson were enthusias tically'applauded. The supper refleeteo great .credit on the managers of the affair, and every one enjoye'd themselves to their hearts content. It is to be hoped that ,the nffair.will'prove ann annual one, and that next season our Hotham cabman, may introduce their visitors to the velvety turf of the IIo...
Miscellaneous. THE AGRICULTURE OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Mliscellaneous. TIIlE AGR[ICULTUlPtM OF TIIHE UTUtIh' There is a curious and very radical article in the lDecembor rumber of " Franer's M?.ga zinc" upon farming. T.oo writ.r's blioef iL that in rho timu to comen i farm will be an irimcnse food-factory carried on by a com pany. The compauiel will be joint stock uuncorns, issuing sharea of from £10 to £25 each, and working from :1,000 to 10,000 acrea. Ton b nildings of the farm (,u:eh i thle cheme) must be placed on the highest poin; of land, no that water and manure a?ly be conveyed over the surface by gravita. tion. lMauhinory is, namong other servicoe, to hoarsheeop. .A whole t.ff, of butchers wvill beodmployed to kill and coit up bullocks and transmit the meat ib pioceeuruitable' for the Lendon market etraight to the aelesman, without the intererotion of a dealer. 'h'ho onalraman will bo in the company's employ, and wall only sll their moutt. The comnpany will mnake antoll cr to got more thanone crop in the year. ']ut the nost sur...
Original Poetry. POETIC TOES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
POETIC TOES. [Sonnrottt, l: is in love,:and has takeoo to :ioot:ry. Io adndd' noi tho following contribution.] The football boys have mustorod strong, A frloudly garme' to play, , With:lilayera from' Sr. ilda oomie, Oa thia eventful day. A.ohoson ttam on'oithor aide, I , In proper ootumeo dres.qed, Ihavo met revolvod, both eaoh' and all, To do their level best. Itid barred wilh bllk,' the visitors ;lisphiatolihiliau hueo Thoeloecls in their aolora dear, Of doothloes wviti o and blue,. It ith latoly junior clntllo, h?ot n . " 'I'laocd'to? ho'ouolor lit,' Anrid o;or both t, gain'a ntoe A ooi;gi tile best, 1 w t e. Tnooe'ar.h ijo'aor., ti.i aliptcry io Tue gra?sa, with Ipli??m? rain, And little ohaoae hai aoy got " Sure footing to lal?t:uo. W'1mn .i ldiig in ald ,llt illn ate., L'truas ro to ill.lo, T o artn bi tr v, Cn l qi tnlily yon ) )tilh i oar Eoith ralutv. T.o hall a?, ., .tct .tlt the gaomo Now f.y ly o Ig.w, theu ural tt ~ phcro rev.,lvityg tl,ýs, Andtl lvoly goos the fuit. Fr...
American Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
American Items. Tho'Indtau Nation rhas soh a mrtriuoni forous exaotpol in [ilsac:husettt , in offering a farn as a pro ulunt to any one who will marry one of itl sqtluare. Judlgo Tucker of I'tttcliuld, Mars., upon roluoetealy ,icihzrging Dr. liemcot., an alle ad qu iek, added with nartth : " Now, you .,: ,ut of here, qou:cek l" Plr-o:? Ilrown!iVo' only distress non" is au itlching hb:a, and is ofteo? ,won raking It against a sh: irp ,iroenr whli tlhe solemn S.n wtor , ariI.ba:l ig qluestieo ,o£ state. Teo roean: a boy g?ve for hic being Itae at scheo! w.as that the boy iin the next house a" ,going to havo a dre.sing down with a bodl-rcord, and he w.uted ,tb hei' him howl. "'i, illldmt: cettles in Spainu,MNr. .S. !"said the laudiady to Spice,, woo was thoughtftlly regarding hit broe=lfat cap. " Na lun'am," nld Spie :r, " Only looking over my grouids la .-lva." The 'Clihucoh- ,Jniou" styiea "hot and hottor" the fIet tiha the FIirs; L'ro:iytlrirn ?ainrcl of lI:l:ilore o:an had1 for its...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. MONDAY, 25TH MAY. (Before His Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Police. HOTIA-AM COURT.''' : (Beforo His Worship the ?1Iyor.) : D?soaon?r DnUZcK.-Georgo Down ingi charged =dwitlh:beiing drunlr and dis orderly, wais discharged with a caution, as ho had been incarceerated since Satur. day. TUISDA.T, -G TII 1?. ... . (Beforo'Mes'rs`. Cairroll arid King, J.P's.) SDESERTiacaG ?fi S :' ONSIuIiT'. - Williaid Cristell fyas charged, on warrant, with deserting hislanwftul witfe, Elizabeth Cristoll." Theo? minn as brought before the court, and his' better half irelenting, the bench allowed thoemjto -retiregand settle their differences, which was acconm - plished, and the pair departed.rejoicing. A CO.lEEcss'DRlI iia.- John Galllaher, lhaiged }witlhboing drunk and disorderly whilo inichargo o? a horsb saind cart, was fined 10s. or 2J4 .hours' imprisonment. ti. . iRnowA iEkois.--Ahl-Yea- was charged with steailing some ni ne, b?t as an owner could nit be'f6ind o hewas cautioned and discharged. Ac Otn .TL'trPLn.-Margaret Wil. tiams, an old, ofletidr in. the g...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Crickee Ct.. Br Loxosur.a.ii: &lt; " T Wednesday, the day appointed for the return match between the Hotham arid B allarat cabmen, was in every respect ot? of the most delightful days we have booi favored with for some time, " Eleven o'clock, Carlton ground," was the notice given to both teams, and.atthat hour -the, cabmen had all turned up full jiletermired to have one day's rational amusement in the year. The IIothamites were the first ;toG tthewidckets, but fortibe resolutely: refused to'smile on their, effort`, and :tho1 'consequenco was 'they were 'all disposed of for the very small totalof 27 runs, the highest scores being made by T. Barker, and Charlton, who by a bit of determined slogging. put 8 runs each togethor. Sim mons, who I thought was the best bat.ion tho ground, was disposed of for 3 riins and to use asporting phrase, the rest of the team were' nowhcreat thdtiiisle.. The 'Ballarat mnen then vwent in, and before they, were all disposed of they totted ?up a sc...
POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
POLICE GAZETTE. The following extracts are .taken 'froni the Victoria'Police Gazette of the 26thl inst.-Stolen from the person of'Jam6s, Clarke, 17 Peel street, esot lMelbourne, on the 24th inst. a'gold open-face pateCnt detached lover watch, No. 1439; and a two.bladed pocket knife with; black' bonr l handle.-Stolon- "fronm 'the "dwelling: of Catherine Thompson, Latrobeo otel, Fitz *roy street, Fitzroy, on the 22nd instant, an olI.fashioedd double-cased ,verge gold watch, gold hands and dial, No.335, maker ' Copland, Leadonhall street, London i;alsd a striped'pctticoat 'and a' calico ,?etticoat marked " C. C. N?idholl,"'d black merino, dress body, and 3 yards of black serge.- Henry Smith is charged, on warrant, with obtaining money -by false represeolatiois .from William Lloyd; Argylo street, lFiti' roy; last Fobrimry.---Alexandor 2tcGtl'y7 is charged, on irrrant, with deserting his wife at 27 Kerr street; iazroy, on the 8th ult.-W\illiahn ]Ilaokwall,icharged? with • childdesertion,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Publicationis i' Tr Ei NOI rI siMILOURNEnd ADVER. Circulating iin Hothimi, Carlton, West Melbourne, Heidelberg, Brunswick; f. , Coburg, itzroy, Oollingwood, at'c ;: I," i ,;. Published revery Friday. 'Th 'price of the paper s Is. per quaiter eel 4: . peor'o yea? cdgliyored, payabl?h in advance.i o G ~I . ··lWvi:ADERTIhEMD)i&lt;'iTs .X _i tauding notices, as per agreement. Tlaxens--CAszr. Advertisements received'for each isiue up' to onoe o'lock 6 ,the day previous to pubi., eation. '"Each i'advertisemeont i ehold ber upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. cWhen no instructions are sent in reference to the number of:insertions, the advertisement will be continued until- coun. termanded, and charged accordingly. All orders to alter ar discontinue advertisements 'from` Coburg, . Brunawick, Collingwood Carlton, and Fitzroy, must be in writing, and forwarded t the .office, 35 Elizabeth treet north;:: t . o: e e : El::Ib : All communications intende'd for insertion...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Drapers, etc. 52 ERROL STREET,1 IIOTHAM. O-P ENING OF NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. E. SNELLGROVE Begs to state that he 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 CASH PRlICES In Plain Figures, from which NO ABATE MENT can be made. WMillinery and Dressmaking Executed upon the Premises in the LATEST FASHIONS. wr Country Orders punctually at tended to. Note the Address 52 ERROL STREET, HOTHAM. E. CRONIN, VICTORIA HOUSE, 74, 70, and 78 VICTORIA. STREET, HOTHAM, 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 be found Well Stocked in all the LEADING STYLES, and at prices very moderate. The Dressmaking Department Is always Well Stocked with a large VARIETY ...
MR. CURTAIN AND THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
MR. CURTAIN AND THE POLICE. D In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday evening, Mr, Curtain called the attention of the Chief Sedritary to the recent dismissal of senior-constable- 1Faan and constable Halpin from the bPo lco Force, and askedi that he'would leniently reconsider his decision, the offonco-being interested i ..public louses--not having 'booeen 'eommittedi by tlib? 'wilfully, l?ut under a miscocoption. Ono officer iead been thirteen years, and-thp other eightden years, in the force:. BMr. Francis, with the assent of the Ifouise;liddno objection in this particular case to reinstating the twvo men in their former positions, on tho.; understanding that it would notbe holdias a precedent for any future infraction of the law.
Tales, Sketches, &c. SCENE AT A FIRE IN THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
Tales, Sketches, &c. SCUNE AT' A FIRIE TN THE FAR WEST. As the saloon was of unpainted boards, sand unplastored, the liames made rapid pro grcsso, so that Slipson; Il' t propriotor, had barely time to save two or thrse armfuls of bottles. \Vith:these he retired to thaoppo site side of the street,t; where the sipectators stood; and Ihe was morufully contemplating the elfect of caloric upon alcohol, when hO suddenly started andl xclaiamed : " qfood God I LngitN Mary's :in, tho loft over the saloon I " "Who's that ??" asked the deacon, who lhal now joined the crowd. "She's-well, not exactly one of..your kind, deanc'i," replied Jim; !i Sho.!camo las' night with her young 'un, and wanted to sleep thor till mornin'." - "Some poor, depraved crdeatuir',- s'poso," sighed the deacon. "Well," said t .li?,s prudently massing on his front most of his outlying bottles, "I reck,n Injius in goetral were off huttin' when religion was given out, dlan'n, an' Mary ain't no better'n the rest. Bu...
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 18TH MAY. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Ricardo, Bond and Fanning, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
HEIDELBERG COURT. &nbsp; MONDAY, 18TH MAY. &nbsp; (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Ricardo, Bond and Fanning, J.P's.) THE LAMPS ONCE MORE.—Charles Sel- by, landlord of the Doncaster Hotel, was informed against for neglecting to light his lamp on the night of the 11th inst. Police Magistrate to defendant—You have heard the charge, what have you got to say? Defendant—I admit the lamp wasn't lighted; I wasn't aware that it was required. Police Magistrate—The Act says the lamp must be lighted and kept lighted from sunset till sunrise. Defend- ant—I didn't know that. I'll give some- thing to the poor box; but don't fine me. Police Magistrate—We must impose a fine that you may understand the state of the law. Fined 2s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. costs. A COrS'rox.-' Robert West, of Eltham, was charged with drivinig his horse. and' dray on the wrong side of the road, near Mount Eagle, on the Oth inst. It, ap peared from the evidence that defendant and three other wood carters wer...
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 29TH, 1874. CENTRAL RAILWAY PASSENGER STATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, MAY 29TH, 1874. &nbsp; CENTRAL RAILWAY PASSENGER &nbsp; STATION. The agitation in favor of the Outer Circle Line of Railway seems to have given place to the movement for a central station in the city. No doubt one ques- tion has grown out of the other, but the general public were not educated up to the importance of'securing without further delay a contral termini for our State rail- ways. Thanks to the outspoken and un- tiring activity oft Messrs. Curtain and Munro, and the quiet but none the less effective influence of Mr. Higginbotham, backed up by the honorable members for Collingwood, the Government will soon have to declare their sentiments on this all important question, and it is possible that the rock on which the Government craft may split is the purchase of the H.B. United Railway Companys' lines. The Gippsland people are busy in their interests, and there cannot be a long delay in the settlement of where that line is to termi...
BRUNS WICK FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF MATCHES FOR THE ENSUING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874
BRUNSWICK FOOTBALtL OLUB. &nbsp; LIST OF MATCHES FOR THE ENSUING SEASON May 30.-Essendon at Essendon. June 6.-Northern at Brunswick. June 13.-North Melbourne at Brunswick. June 20.-Clifton at Jolimont. June 27.-Southern at Brunswick. July 4.-Essendon at Brunswick. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; July 11.- Williamstown at Brunswick. July 21.- Clifton at Brunswick. July 28.- West Melbourne at Royal Park. &nbsp; August 1.-Carlton Imperial at University paddock. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; August 8.-Hawthorn at Brunswick. August 15.-Northern at Dights' paddock, Abbotsford. &nbsp; &nbsp; August 22.-Southern at Fawkner park. August 29.-Williamstown at Williams- town. Sept. 5.-Carlton 2nd twenty at Carlton ground. &nbsp; Sept. 12-South Park at Brunswick. Sept. 19-Albert Park,2nd twenty at, &nbsp; &nbsp; Brunswick. Sept. 26.-Star of Richmond at, Richmond paddock. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp...