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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
ANGLING NOTES. THE ANGLERS' DEPOT For FISHING TACKLE. GREENHIEART OT BOAT RODS, 4 joints, 7/6 each: IloDs and HEELS Repaired. Sandworms Friesh Daily. Salted Whitchait for Bay Fishing. J. SCOTT, CnROMWELL ]UILDINGS, 3G 1 BOURKE--T., Melbourne. Public Notices. The "Hamnilton," One of the few Iligh Grade up-to-date English BICYCLES Imported. Thoroughly reliable. Machines fitted with Dunlop Tyres, Detachable tudgarls, and Brakes. Only a few left, anti are Selling at Very Low Prices for Cash. Before buying, Call and Inspect Free of Charge. JAS. A. XUNRO, 5 OHETWYND ST. FAcTORY: HOWARD-ST., NTIt. MELBOURNE. J,. FALKINGHAM, Coachbuilder, 97Abbotsford-st., NORTH MELBOURNE, NEAR ADEN STRIEET, Every description of Buggies, Express and Farmers' Waggona, at COST PRICE. Cash or Time Payment. -Best Workmanship Guaranteed. Are You Building P Are You Repairing P Are You Requiring Timber, Lime, Cement, Bricks, Galvanised Iron, Builders' Ironmongery, &e., &c., If so, Call, Write. or T...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from Is. to 20s., may be obtained at all Post Offices, but are oniy-payablc at aily IIoney Oirder Oi&ce in the Colony, from 10 a.mu. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Ponuidage under ls. Gd. ... . d. ,, ,, 4s. Gd.... ...' Id. ,, ,, 7s. Gd.... ... 2d. ,, ,, 20s. Od.... ... ad. Victorian Postal Notes are payable in N.S.W., S.A., Tasmania, Queensland, nd ?ice .er?a (on payvmena, the paye utaist a?. if tamps equal ti pondige). Stamps of Nea South Wales;, South Australia, Grcatj4ritan,__rance, Cer many, Italy, and United States, are ob tailnable at the General Post Office, Melbourne, in quantities not exceeding 5s. at one time. A conunission will be charged of Id. on every 5d. worth of English and Foreign stamnps purchased, and Id. on every Gd. worth of Interco lonial stamps. -
THURSDAY, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
TURanDAY, May 21. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), and Messrs. Barwise, Dindon, McCarthy, and Wylie, Js.P. DRUoNK. Charles Butler was charged with being drunk. He pleaded guilty. There was is. cab fare. Tihe Sergeant said tihe prissier had £3 on Wednesday morning, but had lost it all. STr-.loyilsT- there anr roacuritthe lunatic asylum.? Fined 5s., with Is. costs. ALLEGED STEALrNO OIL. James McDonnell was charged withll the larceny of it tins of oil. On the application of Mr. Kane, pri soner was remanded for a week. CRUOELTY TO A iOnse. Senior-constable O'Shea summoned Herbert Wyatt for using, and T. "V. Butcher permitting-to-be-used, a horse under circumstances involving cruelty. Senior-constable O'Shea said that on Friday mnorning in Curzon-street hie saw the horse, and it had a bad wound on the shoulder two inches in diameter and half an inch deep. He (the witness) took the horse out, and when it was resting atthe rear of the town hall a fluid began to exude from the sore, Defendants ...
TRAMWAYS. NORTH MELBOURNE LINE. GREEN BAND BY DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
TRAMEWAYSI NORTH MDELBOURNE LINE. GnEEN BAD iB DAY. GREEN LIGHT AT NIoT.. First Car leaves Flemiagton Bridge Week Days at 5.45 a.m.; Sundays at 1.40 p.m. First Car leaves Flinders-street Week Days at 6.7 a.m. ; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Flemington Bridge Week Days at 11.5 p.m.; Saturdays at 11.35 prm.; Sundays at 10.10 li.m. Last Car leaves Flinaders-street \Week Days at 11.30 p.m. ; Saturdays at 12 p.m.; Sundays at 10.35 p.m, Fare from Flinders-street to .Fleming ton Bridge Sd. Connection made at Flemington Bridge with Moones Ponds Omnibus Lille. 'Thlrough Fare, 4d. Transfers allowed at Queensberry-st., to West Melbourne Line, and rice cersa. WEST MELBOURNE LINE. Banows BAND BY DAY. CLEAR LIGHT AT NGauT. First Car leaves Queesberry-street Week Days at 6.15 a.m.; Sundays at 1.45 p.m. First Car leaves Fliuders-street Week Days at 6.35 a.m.; Sundays at 2.5 p.m. Last Car leaves Queensberry-street Week Days at 11.10 p.m.; Saturdays at 11.40 p.m.; Sundays at 10.15 p.m. Last--uC...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
TELEORAiS. Telegrams received at any iTelegraphi Office addressed to any place iiithin the city, town, &c., in which suchl office is situated, and delivered :free within a radius of one mile; witlhin a radius of 1 miiles, 3d. extra is charged. Urgent Tclegrams charged double or dinary rates, and despatched in prcference to others. To or fromnany Staitionin litt" ria. 8.30 a.m, to 8 p.m..i a. d. Nine words ... ... ... 9 0 Extra words, each ... ... 1 After 8 p.m. 3o midnight. Ten words . :.i.:' ' ... 2 0 Every additional word .:. ... 0 2 M[idniht to 8.30 a.m. . Ten words ; .. I 0 Every a "litieril wsrdl ... :. 0 Stuanrs. Mlessages forwarded to offices ipen on Sundays, if dropped it the box provided for that puirpose, at the Melliourne Office with fee ciclose i. 8.80 a.n. to :.30 p.mo. ". d. Ten words - . . 0 Extra worids;, eich .,.:: ... 0 "2 9.30 p.m. to 8.30 a.im. Ten words ' ... .;; ... 3 0 Extra words, each . ... ... 0 3
WOMENS SUFFRAGE. MEETING IN THE TOWN HALL [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 22 May 1896
WOMENS SUFFRAGE MEETING IN THE TOWN HALL On Tuesday night a meeting was held in the North Melbourne Town Hall in connection with the advocacy of the above movement, and to protest against the Upper House rejecting the Womens Suffrage Bill; the gathering being con vened by the mayor by request. That gentleman (Cr. Fogarty)-presided, and on the platform wore -Messrs. -Prender ast , A_ L.A_, ( .__E_..Iones,Clement Davidson, W. A. Watt, S. Barker, J.P., and others. The Chairman intimnated to the audi tres-towlltm ieeeting -ame-itto--exi?-t ence, antd referred to tile fact tlhat it was thirteen years ago sitice that question hlad been discussed'in that building. Thie matter was now being pushed, and no longer regarded as imupracticable and imtpossiblc. lie would call on Mlr. Prcndergast to mnove the first resolution, and he might state that speakers would be confined to ten minutes. Mr. Prendeigiist mtoved:- "Thit in thie o!pinion of thistmceting, the action of thb:ILegislative Cputilcl ...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
AN A??li USTRALIAN STO-RY.V rOoPrxIOHT. I TWHO IS HE? OR The Indian 1atahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY op :u rpr Natural & Supernatural, Bn EN~T?ETH? ?&JILTOI; .D.,F. RB.C.. CHIIAPTER XVI.-(ConTaaI.) "It was all him," he said. "A brave fellow, and asactive as a cat. He went over that gate like a swallow, and he must have nia?ed the buffer of the engine odnly by inches. It was splendidly done, there's no doubt of it, and if it Ihad not beenfor The old man did niot finish the sentence, but the Ie.itation was sufficiently suggestive to his auditor. "Do you know weho he is?" she asked, after a pause. "*o ssore than you do; but I shan't for get him if I lived a hundred years." The eab at this moment drove up and 3Miss Xlaeneto , with seone exlpr??tor.o 'd pain, en tered it. A lady is not caught up nsd thrown to the grouned without some very secsible remninisceneesof the incident. The derive was a short one. The dce, of the Wallace mansion wa~ p:ned Iby the obsequio...
THE "HAMILTON" BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
THE "HAMILTON" BICYCLE. Mn. A. JAs. Mouao, of Chetw,'nd-st., has recently imported some of the al ready well-known "Hamilton" bicycles, a number of the machines having arrived last week, by the English mail steamer, consigned to him. Before describing the machine it may be stated that Mr. Munro is riding one daily, and finds it works easily, and is the greatest improve ment on cycling locomotion yet intro duced. There are, as might be expected, considering the development of recent Iaslhion, two types of tile" Hamilton" -one for gentlemen, and the other for ladies. The specification of tile former Is as follows:-lWheels, 28 and 30 inch; gear, 63 inch; tubes, large diameter; spokes,.half-plated tangent; brake, best rubber; mudguards, detachable; pedals, rubber; and the complete weight is only 88 lbs. The ladies' bicycle differs in the following respects:-TWheels,' 26 and 28 inch; gear, 60 inch; dress guard, silk cord; gear-case, best leather; weight, 81 lbs. The Cycle World reports: ...
JOLLY & DRY'S AND MOUNTFORD'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
JOLLY & DRY'S Asix MOUnT FORD'S TROPHIES. TuE usual weekly meeting in eonnectios with tile above was held at the .Turf ClubiHotel, Flemington-road, on-aues lay, 26th inst., at 8 p.m. Mr. W. J. Clarke in the chair. There were 10 delegates present. SThe protest by the Prahran Juniors against the Phenix for playing Browni, not being entered on the ground, tile chairman refused to entertain it accord ing to Rule 7A. Charges by Umpireo Booth against Bell and Hartshorn of tihe Hillside were lismissed, both being cautioned. A permit was granted to A. Coutts The following are the results of last Saturday's matches:- Prmhran Juniors 3 goals 6 behinds, v. Paris United 1 goal 6 behinds. Parkrillo 1 goal 10 behinds, v. British Star 1 golh 4 behinds. Hillside 2 goals 12 behinds, v. Waverley Juniors 2 goals 6 bhebinds. St. Brigid's 10 goals, v. Hawksburn ill. West Ports 5 goals 4 behinds, v. Phtnix 4 goals 8 behinds. Thi following are the points up to Saturday last:-West Ports. 16; Brit i...
ALBION UNITED v. HAWTHORN [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
ALBION UNIT-ED v-IAWTHORN Tils match was played last Saturday on the ground of the latter on the Rich mnond IRacecourse, and tile game resulted in a win for tile Albion, tile scores bsing:-Albion United, G goals i be hinds; Hawthorn, 2 goals U behinds. Goal kickers for Albion-Slan (2), Dhorman, 1)o Warr, Heron, and Fix. Stranger, Sigmont, Dunn, Howell, Prott, Walsh, and Grcenwood played well. West Melbourne v. Prcston.l-Draw, 3 goals each. St. Mary's v. Blighton.-This match was played on tihe Brighton cricket ground last Satunany, and resulted in a win for Br:ghton. B]righlon, 4 goals 8 blehinds; St. IMary's, 2 goals (O'Reilly and MLcish) 9 behinds. Malk played the best.gameiu for St. Mary's, but wais cautidaied for rough play.. Io was ably assisted by Elliget, Robilison, and Patterson. Melrose r. Yarra Inperial.-This match was played on the ground of the former, at Royal Park,;'and resulted in a win for thle Melrose, by 8 goals 15 behinds, to 3 goals I behind. The goal kickers for ...
DEATH OF MRS. J. C. STEEL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
DEATH OF MoIns. J. C. STEEL.-Our readers will be aware ere this of the death of this lady. at her residence, "Woodside," St. Kilda-road. The funeral took place on Saturday, a 2.30 p.m. Thle Miayor (Cr. Fogarty), and Crs. Gardiner, Barwise, and Carter at tended; and also Mlessrs. E. G. Magnus, S. Arnold, Treadaway, of Smith-street, Collingwood, Dr. IcInerney, and many other representative gentlemen. Tile funeral services were read by tile Rev. Dr. Strong, and the interment took place in the Anglican compartment of the Melbourne Ccmetery. The fnneral arrangements were carried out by Mr. A. Sleight, of Collins-street. The cause of Mrs. Steel's decease was Bright's disease, and she hadl been ailing for some months. The Tswn Hall flag was flying half-mast on Friday and Satur day, as a token of respect and sym pathy, LAc ENsEs.-- Recenltly robberies from yards, sheds, and dwellings in North Melhboirne, have-been-rceported-to thb police. Copper boilers, saucepans,boots. and clothing havs b...
RUNNING SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
RUNNING HOTS. H Mud . Muddle; Muddled. Water Polo. Aquatic Revels. : " Swim out O'Day. * Tom O'Day's high-marks spoiled.l: Committee of Inquiry re Webl-li his troubles. - i "Joker" Hall having another slapat the Permit Committee. . Bobby Grierson revelled in the mud. Was Dave Cuirrie all there 7-I should smile. Dave Reid very muich hiandicapped by the state of the pond. "Fattahl's" day out last Saturday; not too bad, is he ? " Sisso" in great form at the "coffee social" last Thursday. Forwards keep your places-too fond of straying. O'Day gave a capital imitation of swimming on Iris back. The ground did not msake much differ ence to doe Powell-never missed a mark. How did Pender hang on to O'Day acting according to instrctions, Who wasnthe- Merchant" courting inll tllhe Fl(Iatnff Gardens?-I w?nt "con " on hiin. l - SWliat's tip, liert ?-Is yonr eyesight going, oi haveo you een down to see \Will Crackles ? Tomn Parsons is gtting the men into gieat form--Ryebucek, Tonmmy.
FATAL FIRE IN ABBOTSFORD STREET. DEATH OF TWO CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
FATAL FIRE IN ABBOTS FORD STREET. * DEATH OF TWO CHILDREN. Os Tuesday at about 7.80 p.m., a fire broke out in the premises occupied by Mr. Tbomas'Trenear, Abbotsford-street, which was attended by very sad results. It seems that the servant girl left Mr. Trenear's twin daughters, 15 months old, in a room, a kerosene lamp being on the table. It was the first time the lamp had ieen_used,_ ir,.Treer lenard a crlof "fire,"annd rushing in, found the children's clothingin flames. lIe extinguished the flames, and Drs. O'Donnell and Woin narskli were summoned, the children being meanwhile conveyed to the resi dence of Mr'.A. Clack near at hand, where they received every attention. Un happily, neither medical skill or neigh borly kindness availed, and Gertie Tre near died about midnight, while her sister Mary passed away at 5 a.m. on Wednesday. Mluch sympathy is natur ally felt for the bereaved parents who are in a terrible state of distracted grief. As regards the tihe fire, the North Melbou...
NORTH MELBOURNE v. FOOTSCRAY. AN UNEXPECTED DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
Ily S.earFOnI. NOR'TH MIELBOURNE v. FOOTSORAY. A~N US.EXecTED DEFEAT. CoslnuEIso that Foolseray had been beaten three times in succession, and that North Melbourneo had waiz two matches and lost one, and that one tile occasion whien South Melbourne-who are expcc:ed to get very close to the Premiershilp-just got Ihome by the ' skin of their teeth," the matchl under notice looked a " fair thing" for North; nod probably had the North Melbourne lecreation Reservec, on Saturday last, been in ano thing like a fit state hr good footlall, the local te:m would have idded one more to its list of victories. North Melbourne .had about tlheir best teamn out, although Carltoun was an ab sentee; whilst Footscray,. for the first time this.seas.n, put a tholroughly repre sentatine team into-theoield. The following are the teanms: North Mlelb. Footscrmy. MccDougall Iacks Ilendlerson Jackson .. Wilson Cameron . Molyneaux teitt tIalf-tBacks O!Loughlen C. Launder . Davte (e) 5tuckej" (c) ", t'owell McNe...
NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
NORTH MELBOURlNE -cRICKET CI?IB. ~--- CONCERT IN THE TOWN HALL. Tuc Town Hall was--crowded-to- oacr flowing on Thursday, May 21st,.when a grand concert was tendered by the Com mitten of the Carnival Fair i:to be held in connection with-the local club-the Premiers-to the ladies and gentlemen assisting at the fair. The chair was taken by the Mayor, Cr. T. Fogarty, who dispensed with the usual introduc try speech, and simply announced tihe numbers. The Railway Musical Society under tihe conductorship of Mr. D. A. Beaumont, opened the concert with a part song entitled "Forward On," which was rendered in a first-class manner. Miss Glass followed with "Fond Love, Farewell," sung in a very expressive manner. Master Downie sang "The SWeas Eiilh-d's-Giory,'" a -patriothr and telling ballad. Miss Ida Osborne sang "The Hum of the Bees," and being encored rendered the "Harvest Mfooa;f bolhrsongs- being-given-in--a chalrming manner which fairly:delighted the audience. Another public favorite in ...