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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XIV—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.r"I' I corrBIaG .) WHO IS HE ? OR Tho Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY - Natural & Supernatural, SY KE~XE TII 1AIL fILTO.V ALD., F.R.C.8. CHAPTER XIV-(Coe-Tn aE.) "- ;ell, Bevan has a ~eale to-morrw-o-tho old coffse palace in the east, and we might mnake a start at it. We will rathersurprise the old ly I fancy. He expects to get three or four thousand for the property-and to tell you the truth it's not worth it-but if we can boom it ip to twenty or thirty you will see how it will take on." "I'I1 get the monrey ostiiow--and at any rote our credit is good, thanks to the last balance-sheets and geod-natureatsditors." "Lord !" Intlughed Lumsden, "wwhere should we be only for the nuditors! They're our very best frs-nds-always next to the kind directors.' flut the pleasantry was not neceptable to Sir William, wsho repressed the exuberance of his boisterous ally. "Hush! Hushl" said he. "You need not spcak o loud. Ynou don't know whomay be within ...

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ST. MARY'S (C. OF E.) TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

ST. MIARY'S (C: or E.) TEMIPER ANCE SOCIETY. TnE usual fortnightly meeting was held on Tuesday, May 1ch. Thle juniors meeting _at 7, thc seniors at 8 p.m. At tho senior branchl thle IlRev. F. H. Gibbs presided. The evening opened with a hymn. Tihe first item on the pro grammo was a pianoforte solo by Miss N. Allison, which was tastefully per formed. Miss N. Burton lthen gave a recitntion entitled " The Warmth of a Word." Miss Constance May gave a p'f;iarteosol-- A duett by-Messnrs. Cook and Hughes, in costume, received a well deserved encore, and had to be repeated. A lccturetto by Dr.Woinarski was next announced, but an apotogy was received that owing to indispositian he was unable to attend; he sent, how ever, an interesting paper on "The Evils of Iutemperance.'" which was read by Rev. F. H. Gibbs. Next followed a pianoforte solo by Miss Quilligan, and then Miss May Gibson gave a very amusing recitation entitled "A Lover's Dilemma." Miss Wainwright sang " Whisper and I Shall Hear,...

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SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

SALES BY AUCTION. Sydney 0. Arnold & Co.-On Thurs day, May 28, at 11 o'clock, on tile pre mises, "Merthyr," 103 Hawke-street, West Melbourue; furniture, piano, pony and phaeton, harness, spring cart, &c. TuE CASE OF THE LATrE Hns. CunTis -At tile meeting of the Benevolent Asylum, yesterday afternoon, iMr. C. Cock said that some remarks had been made in the Press, relative to the case of a Mrs..M. Curtis, who drowned herself in the Yarmra, a few days ago, becnuse she could not get into the asylum. Mr. Cock said there were no vacancies for women last Thursday, nor were there any that day-in fact -there had not been many for some time. He was sorry for Mrs. Cuftis, 'ht. 'she had at least some sort bf home. it would appear where otliers had none. He moved the superintendent would be instructed to write to the press and explain this. Mr. J. Barwise seconded the motion. There were worse cases than Mrs. Curtis, although she came so oiftentlit?Iitl? bid been severl timheS on...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. -4----- T- i1tSiifttulightliyi meeting of ttie above was held in the Lodgeroom, Me chanics' Hall, on Thursday evening, May 14th. The Preiident, MLr. W. Sholer, in thle chlair. Circulars were re ceived from the'Board of Directors re a resolution made at thle late conference desiring-that-cvery-brncih -bn-urged-to see that every male adult takes out his Elector's Right, in view of the forthcom ing Federal Convention Election; also re Incidental Fund; and Guarantee of Officers. Invitations for 20 members to a smoke night, at Brunswick branch, A sub-committee consisting of the Pre sident and Messrs. Crosbie and Watt, was appointed to furthler tihe Electors' Right movement. Three proposals for membership weire received. The eecretary was directed to forward a letter conveying the Branch's sym pathy to the relatives of the late Mr. R. Dunlop. Reports on sick members of the Branch, and the last meeting of the MIetropolitan Conimittee were submitted. Mr. Cr...

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GARDENING FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

GARDENING FOR MAY. KIzTCHES G.nnDE..-Asparagus, rhu barb, and sea-kalebeds will want cleaning and manuring. Sow broad beans, peas, lettuce, onions, radish, and spinach, for successional crops. Plant oat early cabbages. Finish manuring and digging all vacant ground whether wanted for immediate use or not. Clear rhubarb and asparagus beds and gire them a good dressing of manure. I?.owaen GAnnRDEN.-Prune perpetual flowering, banklsinn, and other spring bloou ing roses. Continue planting ever greens and flowering and ornamental shrubs; stake the same when necessary. Attend to hedges, keeping them well clip ped; if new ones are required, use haw thorn or acacia where strength is required; if light, small hedges are wanted, the smnll-leared prickly acacia, sweet briar, or pittosporum, are the best.

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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

'NORH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. -4- MontDY, MAY 18. Present.-The Mayor (Cr. Fogarty), and Crs. Wadick, UBrwise, Gardiner, Carter, Petrie, and Fuller. CORESPONDENCE. cotsersrotcesce. From the T-wn Clerk of Fleomingtssm an~d Kensington, in reference to tile re cent conference between representatives of tile V.I1.C. and the Councils, at tile City-Town-B all; eltr e( --6to -the-igh.t-of- access of residents-to~ the racecourse. Tihe writer said tlhat tire Councils' deic gates asked for the free use of tihe grounds, the same as they enjoyed for thle last 35 years. Tie racing club said in effect that thIey would not open thlat part of thle ground used for-trAiing and mrai.ng purposes; but they won'd favor ably consider the request for the use of the high lands surrounding thd course, not actually used for racing; as well as tihe question of re-opening the- road along the Saltwater river bank. -The conference adjourned till the 29th,.the delegates in the meantime to' consult with their counci...

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NORTH MELBOURNE C.Y.M. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

NORTH MIELBOUENE O.Y.h3l. SOCIETY. TUB above society held its ordinary weekly meeting in St. Mary's School room, Victoria-street, on Monday eve ning In tile absence of the President (Bro. J. Brodie), Bro. D. McCarthy took the chair. There was a fair attcndance of members The secretary read the minutes of the previous meeting, at which-BroDaiion -complained agals the judges'-ecisibni in their debateio rith the North Fizroy Branch, which the sec retary said he intended bringing before the Tournament Committee, wrere con firmed; lIe also reported haImving attended the Federal Council of the Society, held last Sunday, and gave a resume of the business transacted therent. There as one new member proposed; and aftler the remainder of the routine business had been gone through, tlhe Syllabus for the evening, "Reading of Magazine," was proceeded with, which contained the following contributions:-"Editorial," by the Editor, Bro. P. Smith; "Home Rule," Bro. T. Cassidy ; "The Produc tion of Or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

Public Notices. . SW. GRIFFITHS, Boot & Shoe Warehouse, 17 ERROL ST., NORTH MELB. ISa ?e dtock. cliable Gods. NEXT DOOR TO R. L. Youno, DAPERn). Country Orders punctually attended to. Boots Made to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. REPAIRS. Workman on the Premises. BRANGE : ME BOUGRNE .~I~- ROA'p'NEWPFO RTT For WEDDING RINGS, KEEPERS. -ADIttOXND RIxGS, EUGAGE IENT RI?tnGS, JtWVEtLEl?Y of all kinds. SPECTACLES, and ?.,Al/...3 _ ELEOTROPLATED lWAREl CAp'-, 00 TA RO,,S TOWN HALL BUILOINGS, NORTH MELBOURNE. St'atctcs Clock, annd Jetellcry _ Iepaired. All Wurk Giuarntet d. nize Carns of 1ings and l rices sent on application. FRED, J, BREARLEY, Architect, 156 Rode-st.*, West Melhbourne Mlember of Archtl. Assoctn. Certificted from Science & Art Dept., London, England, and The Working Men's College, Melbourne. -Medallist, &e., &c. 'Uilhling Rleferee, North Melb. Town Council. Instructor Carpentry, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Melbne. Formerly Senior Assistant Instructor T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

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A PROPOSED POOR-RATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

A PROPOSED POOR-RATE. A SOiT time ago a series of resblutioni framei by Dr. F. LLoDiD, J.P., wecre submitted by him to the Narmracan Shire Council; as a member of that body, and on hismotion were see nded and carried. Shortly put, their substance was of the nature of a pro.est against a imuleting of municipalities inlthle shape of a Poor rate. The resolutions were published in the Allprgus, and we are informed that a copy-if-them wa-sent-to all-th-Coun cils in the Colony; and we may also state that we are assured by a .reliable authority that the resolutions mentionedl wero carried at the Narracan Shire Coun cil's table with only oneo dissentient. Thie question of the dlesirability of a poor tax, or rather the necessity of it, has been raised before, but only in a vague and abstract manner; but it would seem now thliat the Government lhave some detfined intentions on tile maitter, ready to be embodied in a Bill when Parliament meets. ? The lne icue Tax wiild ~probably not haie been ...

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Notice to Subscribers and Others. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

Notice to Subscribers and Others. Shoirld Subcrtieri' ott receir thleir i"tper reulatrlry !lease report ame to this Ojice. ItJ response to tsnumerous enldries ire are pleased. to.,state that back. Nteumbers. ofthRe itt::E obta~lined-ut Olr tte.JSS Queensberry-street. PUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 22D, 189G0.

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TO-MORROW'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

TO-MORROW'S FIXTURES. North Melbourno v. Footocray, on the North Melbourne Recreation Reserve. Albion United v. Hawtlhorn, on Rich mond racecourse. : . West Melbourne v. Preston, at Preston. St. Marys v. Brighton, at Brighton. North Melbourne Juniors v. South Yarra, at Royal Park. Royal Parlk Crescent v. Simnpsoo's Road, at Richmond.

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ALBION UNITED v. ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

ALBION UNITEL_-?- ALBERT PARK1 THESE two clubs met lost Saturday on the South Melbourne Cricket Ground, and the gamo resulted in a win for the Park by 2 goals to lil. For the losers, Sigotont, Stranger, and Heron, back, nod Howell and Grant, centre; Dunn, Prott, and Platt following tried lihard to avert defeat. One of the Albion kicked the ball between the posts; but tile umpire of the Park's gave it no goal, stating that one of his teasn kicked it. West !elbourne v. Hawthorn. Won by latter, 5 goals to 4 goals. North Melbourne Juniors , Royal Park Crescent.- -Won by latter, 3 goals to 2 gTalsl c ' St. Mary's v Walthdlim.-Thismatlch was- phiuydcon the Richmond City Re servelast. Saturday, and resulted in a winr fr Waltham. Waltham played all over St. Mary's until within ten minutes of time, when the order was reversed, St. Mary's quickly putting up two goals, and should have added two more but for faulty kicking. Hall played the gane of the for.y, and was well supported by Elliget, R...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

REPORTE. There is still a fair amount of angling at the various piers, tile principal results being flathead, silver brearm, and an occasionnl skate. At the Geml Pier (Williamstown), on 16th, some very nice mullet were being caught, also a flathead weighing slightly over 4lbs. At thle New Pier on. 17th, a couple of anglers had over 3 doz. nice flathead. At the Ann Street Pier, a skate weighing about 61bs., and a numnber of flathead were caught during the after noon. In the Lower Yarra and Gem Channel, good baskets of flathead are being taken, some of the fish weighing 41bs. each. On 17tbh, Mr. R. Gerring had 48 flat head, the largest being fully 41bs.i Mr. Neeley, 24 flathead and 1rock' codi Mr, J; Peiros, 50i iflaithbad i Messrs. Wyatt, Miller, and Jeffreys, f 3flathead; Mr, W. Witheridgeo 18 bream; on siand worm. On 1Gth, Messrs. T. Scott and Reilly, 36 flathead. At a place described asoff Williams torii,'the Calliopd party; uhder the able maiagement of .Mr. J.' McDonough, caught ...

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VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. Tus usual weekly meeting of the above society was held at the Bull and Mouth Hotcl, Bourke-street, on Friday evening, 15th inst.; Mr. Robert Ferguson, Presi dent, in the chair. A fair attendance of members-present. -Th'e-mimanst-of the previous meeting werereadand confirmnei. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. R. O'Connor, stating that thle Werribee river " camo down" dur ing the week. GENERA I BUSINESS. It was decided to nominate the Presi dent as a member of the Geelong and Western District Acclimatisation So ciety, and acquaint them of such. There being no business of importance to transact, the President called on Mr. E. Connard to read a very interesting paper on " Tarpon Fishing," which was instructive and very amusing. On con clusion, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Connurd, who suitably responded. Mr. R. Bisset said that there were many members of the Society who could help to make the evenings pass off very pleasa...

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RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

*RUNNING SHOTS. Anbther win for North. Sixteen goals, thirteen behinds. That's the scoring up to the present. Tommy O'Dea again on top-very much skywards. North team to'takeo few Grioco Roman lessons. Tom O'Dea don't qulite understand the "' hammer-lock" yet, thughl he had several lessons last Saturday. " Sisso" thinks there might be Fomie other way of escaping the" strangling hold." " Skid" Larkin made a start-a very nice goal. Tommy Kinman had bad luck-hit the post. M'Nee, the coming man-surprise some of them before long. Dave Reid in thli team to-morrow against Footscray. What a game he p'ayed inl the same match this time tro years. Tom Parsons-a good trainer- knows his business thordilghly, " Coffee and cake," Ist Thursday-a real splendid set out. A-- new admirable Crichton--Arthur of that ilk-honorary caterer.i, B'illy Stuckey in great foiu last Satur day. Dave Currie says he is playing fir the right team-in fact, an "all right" team. . · "Joker" Hall played for St. Mary's on S...

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By SANDFORD. Secretaries kindly send in their Results not later than Tuesday Evenings, to secure insertion. Please place same in Editor's NORTH MELBOURNE v. CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

FOOTBALL NOTES. Secretaries kindll send in their Results not later than nTuesdai Rrenings, to secure insertion. Please plare same il Editor's Box. By SANDFOnID. NORTH MELBOURNE v. CAltLTON. THE University 'riket grounil looked at its best on Saturday last, when these old-time opponents met to .try conclu sions. W. Carlton wis absent from the North te~am, which 'otherwise was about as strong as they could put into the field; whilst Carlton had its best side out. The visitors were not long in as scrting their stipreiiiary,'far Jack Taylor kicked their first goal very soon after starting, followed immediately by a second from the unerring boot of Sicily. No more goa's- ere got in the first quarter, though strenuous efforts were ni:de to score by both parties. The second quarter proved a ding-dong battle, excellent play being shown all round, but only one goal resulted, kicked by Grierson for North. The third quarter was more prolific of goals than any of the preced ing ones-three to No...

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NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

NORTH MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MloeDAY Ma IS.8 BeforeDr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Wylie, Iarwise, Carter, Js.P. * DIRUNK. 1 / 7 Jobi:Hurley pleaded giilty to beinlj drunk on Sunday mornlig. .He wasn fined 5s. LAn CEY. Charles Evans proceeded against William Forbes oni snmmons for larceny. Mr. Maxwell appearedto defend. Complainant said that Ie wos master of a dredge lying in tlhe Victoria dock. Near where she lay there were a number of trucks which had been given to wit ness for Iis rise for firewood, being old and dilapidated. On lthe 27thl inst., he missed tlte woodwork of tihe trucks; tnd sulseq~nutly saw theni in defendant's yard. He said hIe hIad bought it from a man named Carpenter. To Mr. Maxwell: Thie trucks hlave been lying there for about seven years. I believe Forbes purchallsed thle ironwmolk of the trucks. I did not see thle wood work being taken away. The defendant told me he had purcbased thle wood from another party. The Chairmantsaidlthere was no evi dence of fe...

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A COLLECTION OF CURIOSITIES, RELICS, & COLLECTIONS. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

A COLLECTION oP CURIOS[ TIES, RELICS, & COLLECTIONS. -4------. (Continued). OrE of tile most interesting artic'es in Mr. Simpson's collection, a Drury Lane playbill for Saturday, September 20th, 1873, for an "Original, Musical; Far cical, and P'antonuimical Eccentricity, in one act, entitled 'Nobody in London,' co:cluding witlh Shakespeare's historical tragedy ' Antonyand Cleopatra.'" One of tile features of the progranmne is-the ndvertisemeunt of Eugene Rimnmel, tile famous perfumer, who purclased the sole right to advertise on Drury Lane playbills. A Trav-elluhrs Guide thlrougl England and Wales, 113 years old, is well worth mention. Th:e informatiton giveln in it is very detailed and elaborate, and evenl at thile present date it would be useful to a tourist in some respects, though of conse tihe railways would mnake a great difference in the routes one would take. A Royal Arch Masonic apron, from an Irish Lodge, i65i years old,'will be of interest to the members of tlhe c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896

Establishedl l 865. T~HOWV V8OW8 73 ~75 ERROL STRE T, Opposite Town Hall, lNorth __e3lbou ne. A Large Assortment of Fancy Articles suitable fdr Presents. Baskets in Great Variety. Agexnt forVMadarcqre Weigel's Pattprnis. 'S?.Z.'LISE-E?D 1887. EXCELLENCE + 9 . . . . IN si .... ..., PR_!NT _I_.Nr + • PRINTING <ALL + WORK 4 FIRST-CLASS,. At Lowest Prices, SAT KAIN & THOMISON, 168 & 170 "Y QUEENSBERRY STREET, TELBPHONE,1191. NORTH MELBOURNE. The follkwing are some of our usual Lines: 1-Ea d'ills, C~ards, Clir culars, Posters (all sizes & colors), Strow~ C~ards, "Tl7"indow =Bills, P-lacards, "Dance Prog~rammes, ' NO SLOP WORK.7' Tho following LAW FORMS on Sale: Notice of Owner's Intention, eAgreement-Landlord and Tenant, PWarrant to Distrain, Complaint Before Two Justices; ALSO, TO LET NOTICES, w iNuDOWOcARDS, all kinds in stock,- SUCH AS Apartments To Let, Rooms To Let; ALSO, STRIPS FOR WINDOWS: Sellin- Off! SIle-Norow On t.-,,.??. - We are Noted for P...

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