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FOOTBALL NOTES. NORTH MELBOURNE V. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874

FOOTBALL NOTES.   by SCRIMMAGE.         North Melbourne V St Kilda     The first match, in which the above new senior clubs. took part was played in the Royal Park on Saturday last, and resulted, as was expected, in a very close contest. iAt, precisely a quarter-past 3 o'clobkl the two taptains,ýi r uhrhopý and' G roeivobd, tossdd" for: choice;"the result` being that for[pnosmilcgd on;the: first named, who belected to ]dkis.froh cast to west. - The .teams were'soonliii' the pldcos,. and after ii'g6od kiilck 'ff f;ot the 'iSt Kilda, the gamaeo'iimnced in earnest.:? ,,.ho,:Nor thiernorsr contraryi, to their usual practice, warmed up to theiriwork:at once, ithe St. Kilda.followingisuit; :the latter, however, not playieg together as well as their' op ponents., For.about ton minutes thgantm proceeded; 'both' teams working ,hard, nttrking being the order of the day; until Thurgarland getting the bal...

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BRUNSWICK TOLL-GATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874

BRUNSWICK TOLL-GATE.   'The conference of the local bodies in- terested in the Sydney Road Toll Gate, and which was appointed to bo held at the Court House, Brunswick, on Wednesday last, did not take place. The representa- tives from tho Melbourne Council failed to put in an appearance, and after waiting for them nearly an hour, the gentlemen representing Brunswick and Coburg ad- journed without, of course, transacting any business. There are so many difficul- ties surrounding the question of establish- ing toll gates along the whole line o streets at the northern. boundaries of Melbourne and Fitzroy, irrespective of the distribution of the funds, that it ap- pears doubtful if any body of men in their sane moments will ever seriously discuss the matter in the face of parliamentary action to abolish tolls altogether.

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LYGON STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1874

LYGON STREET. The City Council have wisely deter- mined to proceed with the opening up of this street without delay. The increase of population in North Carlton has forced the consideration of the wants of this part of the City upon the gentlemen sitting weekly at the Town Hall. The cutting down of the hill, near the cemetery, will be a serious undertaking, the plans show- ing nine feet in some portions. It will be worth the attention of the Brunswick Council to see how far the levels of' the city agree with those determined on within the borough. In fact, no time should be lost, or the penalty Fitzroy has had to pay may be repeated.

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Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. WEDNESDAY, 27TH MAY. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., Breeze Staley and Fleming, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

Police. BRUNSWICK COURT. VEDNESDAY, 27TH MnAY. (Before Messrs. Strutt, P.M., 13reeze Staley and Fleming, J.P's.) Henry Bowen, for driving a horse and dray across the footpath, was fined 2. Gd. and' 2si ld., costs. 1I. Matthews iwas fined 3s. for allowing three head of cattle to wander in Albion street. J. C. Rice, for allowing a horse to wan der on the footpath,: was fined 2s. lid. and 2s. id. costs. Turnham v. Gray, £1 5s. ld., board and lodging ; order for the amount, and 12s. Gd. costs. VW. Say.was'fined 1 anud 2s. Gd. costs for -having no name on his dray. James Ryan, for the same "olecnce, did not appear, was fined 5s. and 2s. Gd. in default 4S hours' imprisonment. Mrs. Martha Foster appeared on behalf of her husband to assign some reason for not paying towards the support of .two children in the Industrial Schools, Fred. rick James and William Dabziel. Mrs. Poster stated that her husband only earned 30s. per week, out of which, pIs. was paid' for supliorting a little girl 10 y...

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BRUNSWICK NUISANCES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

]BRUNSWICK NUIS,&NCES. Sir--I am very glad that you have taken up: the question of nuisances. /It shows how necessary it is that we should possess a local paper independent and willing to ventilate grievances. Ilitherto, when anything went wrong there was no remedy to redress it, because some of the members of the Council would simply.do as they liked, and as there was no, pub. lit opinion, by'reason of'.osirot possessing a paper, such Councillors could snap their fingers with" impunity. Now, I am g!ad to ,see the ae ase ais different:. As you are firmly established so will'youlibe able to understand the wants of the district, and do'gbod to the community, at large.--I remmin, c, A OL REIEN , Ax OLD RIESIDENT.,

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OPENING UP BRUNSWICK STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

OIlNfINGN 1J' IJlUTSWVICK ST.I1YLETS. Sir-The sanitary condition of Ilruns wick and its itis nrlos iiterests have found il th lldo e rtser nl able exponelnt. Your mission will hI arduous, for tho orils whielt exist hero aro legion, and tho mn. jority of the Comncil are dheficieint of broad an liberacl culighlteninnt, and to the preseuLt have miserably failed in grnppling with tihe pressing wants of this district. ()ccarionalllty they become voery 'fussy orer a trilling allaiLr, but fail to rise to the level of any great undertaking. Opening up new streets or lilling up Park street are too much lbr theso small geniuses. Though notling would contributo moro to thlo health, safety, and. prosperity of the borough than the successful undertaking of such works as these. But failing in this, they surely ought to prevent our cross streets from being blocked up. May I ask how it is thaL Charles street is blocked up by Barnes and Reeves ? On the plan of Guthrie's subdirision, Charles street c...

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O'SHANNASSY STREET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

O'SITEANNAS S STI?IET. Sir-Cain you inlorim me when O'Shau. nassy street, lotlhanu, is likely to be formed as the present state of that street is very mnsatisfactory to those who have bought land, anl wish to build, not beifig able to tind their allotments accurately. Con sidering thi long timno since the Crown parted with this land it is soilothling disracefult for our mniaicipal ollicers to reflect upoa.-Your's, .&c. A WOULD iig 1l.TElrrYtIE.

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VICTORIA STREET, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

VICTORIA STIREET, BRUSSW1ICK. Sir-In complianco with the request of a number of residents and ratepayCrs in Victoria street West, Brunswick, permit me through your valuable and highly ap preciated paper, to respectfully request tbo Brunswick Borough Council to take into favorable consideration, the advisa bility of continuing the keibing and channelling of the said. street at least as far as 'Percy strbet,. as it is well known that in wct weather this street is one sheet of water, it being one of the prin cipal outlets from the swamp into Victoria street. There is scarcely any fall, and unless the drain in Victoria street is constantly kept clean-whlich has never boon the case-the accumulation of filth and rub bish dams the water back. This not only creates a nuisance, but it is very injurious to the health of the inhabitants. " ~here is no doubt that the work can be done for. much. less now than at any future timc,' and5 surely no enlight ened Council would make a botch of so impor...

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North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JUNE 5TH, 1874. SITE FOR A CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRlIDAY, JUNE 5TI, 187... SITE FOR AL CENTRAL RAIL. WAY STATION. In the IIolham Council, on MZonday, evening last, a lotter 'was 'received, aslc ing the co-operation: of that body in in ducing the, Government to sct' apart the Gaol Rescrve as a site for a.Central Railways Station;' and' suggesting, the appointment of two delcgates to co-operate with theo people of Carlton on the subject. Councillor Clarko was in favor ofdelegate? being appointed, and suggested that the. Council should heartily join silppiorting the-Central lRailway scheme.: The goal was an unsightly structure that ought to be renioved, ind he 'considered tl(o site well adapted for arailway terminus.° The Mayor' follosed 'arid" spoke strongly .in ifaior of the scheme, but Ie thought the Royal. Park would be a much more:' ap propriate locality, and there would beono dilliculty in. obtaining a site.-thlerreo AL "all'events ;le believed it wi as. one of those questioins that should .ebo calmly andd...

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Letters to the Editor. EXTRAORDINARY RULING OF THE MAYOR OF HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

Letters to 'the Editor. EXTRAOItDINA?L I1ULINT OF TIHIE MAYOlR OF l[OTHA.?. Sir-- beg to be permitted to say a foe words on the subject of the Mayor's rul ing on the point oft order raised by Coun-. cillor LaureCs during the discussion which took placo at the Council on .Monday last, upon the question of. the expenditure of the loan fund. It was proposed by Con-ill cillor Clarke, nod seconded by Councillpr Laurcns, that ono-halt' the cost of paving be collected fromn the owners of property in front of whose promises it had been laid. Councillor \Vhlite said he was de termined to prevent this course being car itcdout. With that iiesw head, le said, prepared an amcndment that would settle the question.for once and for ever. It was to this effect. (L quote frolnm me ditory.) "That this couneil hereby resolve never to collect from owners of' property any of the cost incurred in paving hitherto doo."' Coulelllpr Laurens rose ton ploinlt of order; 1e called for the mnbunto, book, niid the...

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FREE LIBRARY, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

FREE LIBRARY, ]BRUNSWICR. The books for- this institution arrived from tho tMelbourno Public Library on' Tuesday last,.and are. now available for the use of the public free of charge, eveory evening the library is open. The works' are all m full morroco bindings, each bcir ing the stamp of the institution supplying them. There aio upwards of 300 volumes including every variety of subject. The studious' will find ".Grotes History of Greece,', ".Gibbons IRome," and histories of variouis peoplos- and times. iReaders fond of travel will have abundant matter before them, while other tastes may be gratified, embracing the - " History of Horse Rlacing." '" Morton's Cyclopedia of Agriculture,": anda number of others on the - sciences, and general subjects. The conditions foi perusal are that the books are taken care of, and when done with put back by-the reader into their proper place on the shelves. The present stock will remain six months; when a new sup ply will be provided.;

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Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

Borough Councils. .IOTHAMI COUNCIL. i oNsAY,'JUNv? 1. ]'resent--ILis Worship the Mayor (in the elhir) and Councillors Clarke, Caine, Lal'ens lThomas, White, Carroll, and •n.i ,COIRRESP-ONDE??E. " The inward correspondence read con tained nothing of particular importance calling for notice. The Inspector of Nuisanccs sent in a claim of £1 for extra worlc, which lio alle1ed the Mayor had ordered lunm to perlorns. The claini was disallowcd. IIr. Joiht Ryan naked for a lcase of a piece of ground at the junction of ?cdford tild Peel streets, which to erect a weigh ':bridge. 2efl'erted to lhe L'ublio Works Commnittee. Plyments to the oxten of .t670 woro ordered to be made. A.SisT'rANT TOWN CLt:IKl. JIr. J. Sullivan's salary was increased S10. per wck'unstil the end of the ilinan. vial year: ,TI.NDEtIY, It was resolved on the motion of Councillor Clarko - That the ltender of Mlessrs. l?icting nod Co., for fii Sli h ugp ltid forming Lothbian street, fraot ltaines to lharris stroeets, and fo...

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BRUNSWICK HARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

IBIRUNSWICK H{AIIMONIC 'SOCIET"'S CONCEIRT. The 'extra concert given by this society in aid oftlthe rco Library Fund took place in the lIall of the 'Institute` on Tuesday last, when an excellent programme was. provided. The firstparlcomprisod.solce. tions of sacred .music, in which ,Miss Buzaglo,u and Messrs. IHenriques `and WVeir were the soloists. The " lnllolujah Chorus" from Handel's lMessiah was given, and seldom if ever equalled ii ]runtswrick. The second part of the concert embraced soeveral solos, duictts, and choruses, and gave entire satisfaction to tlio audience. 3Mr. W. J. 'Weir conducted the entertain. ment, and Miss S. L. Pailker presided an the .piano. On the motion of Messrs. Pryon and Cadman a very cordial vote of thanks was given to the society for their generosity in preparlsng the concert es pecially for lthe building fiund of the enstitution. sve' understand the 'next entertainment for the same object will ?b a lecture; bj the Itor. John COlrko on " Heat with Ex...

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A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

A CHrAPTEI OF 'ACCIDENTS: This week hlas been a most evendtfil one for accidents in. Brunswick, two having proved fatal under very distressing cir. cumstances. On MInday a young lady, from Campbellfield, was thrown with con siderable violenceo from her horse, near tlyth street, and was conveyed into a neighboring house unconsious, "but' ivo understand that the injuriei were not so severo as at first thought. On Tuesday nMr. Anderson, oflturkly street,, was re sli'eodlto the Merlbourno Hospital, suftlr iii: 'ronm i brUised letg. 'se'o 1atestrojsort is that he is progressing . favorably and hopes are esntertailncd of his speedy re corery. About one o'clock on llondtny ,evening,,a soin of aMr. Clarke's, leather mereltaut, Elizabeth street, Melbturne, met withl Iis death in a very studden and unexpected manner. A party htld been out Cteorsing .during. the day, and while turning ofl' at the Sarah, Sands Hotel, to go through the park, the axle of the con. roynnce broke, thie horse going o...

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Football Notes. NORTH MELBOURNE v. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

Football Notes. 13y Scnrltoasn. NOcrlTIf M?ICOURtlte: V. .MELOOURnNE, This nitch was thle grea? topic of con. versation during the whole of last week, and the youth of the district, though hardly looking for a victory by' the local clhib over their older rivals, yet fondly 'looked forward to their, at any rate, making a drawn game. The players themselves ex. pectcd the same result, and from their well known quality itseamoed'a very` reasonahle onoe to expect. lat the sanguine players wore destined in the end to moot a disappointment, the particulars of which follow. Saturday last, the all.voentful clday arrived, .and dismal enough it'toirned out, the clouds in the morn ing being busily engaged iniraiinng down sleoky, 'diragreeoble sliowers. Towards the afternoon it cleared up slightly, and in con. sequence a goodly muster of tihe Northeners took place at thie Gaueral Post Ofllic, at half-post two. Bly the aid of four trusty 'Johns, both players and supporthrs were soon convoyed to t...

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HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. 7.10 am: I ' 12.10 p.m., 5.10 10.25 a.m. 3.45 p.m. . TIE OP LOCAL DELIVERY. 8.30 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 5 p.m. Money Orders are issued at this office, and thsmsuaattacilties are afforded to depositors in'the Savings' Bank.

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AGENTS FOR THE "ADVERTISER" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

AGENTS FOR TIHE " ADVERTISER " Hothan :, Mr. E..Lyons, 27 Queensborry' st. Carlton:: Mr. J. Calandr G Elizabeth atreot, ]Mr. Gregory, Lygon street., Brunswick : Mr. Eckersall, Sydney road.-: Ooburg: Mr. Turnham. Sydney road. Collingwood :' Mrs. McMullin,, 194 Gertrude street. Eaat 'dollingwood: 'Mr. W. T. S Capper, 130 Wellington street. - Fitzroy: Mrs. Woodruff, Brunawick street. Eltham : Mr. Andrews. Heidelberg'ai d,?lphingtou ; Mr. O'Keefe.

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CARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

OARLTON POST OFFICE AND SAVINGS' BANK.- .. Mails are despatched from this office at .6.40 a.m. ariving at Melbourne at 7.44 a.m ..55 0.m. , , 10.54 a.m 2330 p.mf. 1,20 p.m 3.40 p.m. ,, 4 p.. 4.40p.m. , 5.4,p.m. Money orders are issued at this office, and the usual facilities are afforded to depositors of the Savings' TIlnk.

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POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

-POLICE GAZETTE. The following extracts are takeni from thelVictoria Police G'i-ette of the 2nd inst. -Stolen from :the person of Thomnas M?tecr, of l'ootseray, on the 2:3rd ultime, in the 13ailw'ay Hotel,°Footscray, an open. faced silver lever watch, No.231)7Sj ; valuo £2.-Thomas Lang, is charged, on war rant, with deserting his wife, at; Iouverio street, Carlton, onl . the 2Sth instant. - ,Willianm P. Bowes is ehar?ed, on war rant, with deserting his illigitimate child by Sarilhi Vouwell, 2 Henry street, Carlton, on the 7th instanlt.-John Hlbniry Taylor is charged, on warrant, with deserting his Wife, at Collingwsod, bn the 30th ultimo.

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MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL, HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1874

A.public meeting of the ratepayers will be held in,the Towan Hall this evening for the purpose of taking into consideration the-best mothod to be adopted in order to securo a central railway site. .s 'the question is' a. very important onoefor the .district, it is, to bo hoped thereo will be a n`umerous attnchdanco. The chair will be taken, at eight o clock.

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