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BRUNSWICK INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
BRUNSWICK INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. The second Brunswick Industr'al Ex hibition, under the auspices of the Com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute, will not take place in October, as was at first intended. In consequence or a bazaar coming off that month to aid th.e liquida tion of the debt on the ~Tesleyan Church, the committee have decided on postponing the proposed exhibition till the month of March next. This will give ample time for contributors to prepare their articles, and be especially suitable for manufac turers of carthenware, having a full sum mer before them. We trust the result of the exhibition will bo equal to the one held in 1870, the influence and fame of which was not confined to these boroughs, and is often referred to by those who took an interest in it.
BRUNSWICK COURT, MONDAY, 1ST JUNE. (Before Mr. Lobb, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
BRUNSWICK COURT, MONDAY, 1T JUNE. (Beforo Mr. Lobb, J.P.) Constable Shaffray charged Stephen Hyde with using obscene languago in a public place. Fined 10s., or in default 2L hours' imprisonment. TuAssDY. 2ND JUNE. (Before Messrs. Staloy and Lobb, J.P's.) Constable Burke oharged Eliza Tidier with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s., or in default 24 hours' imprison ment. W?EDESDAnY, 3D JuNo. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Fleming and Staloy, J.P's.) Constable Mooney charged John David son with insulting behavior. Fined 7s. id. with 2s. Gd. costs, or in default 24 hours' imprisonment, Ilennings v. Fairhurst, rent, L19 1ls.; no a ppearance. u.unro v. Lamberton, goods, l 123. ; postponed. Prowso v. Scott, goods. £3 1Ss. Od.; no ap scaranc. itussel v. Binge, goods. 19s, 10d.; postponed. Crooko v. Isaacs, goods, £7 ls. 9d.; order for amount, with 10. Od. costs, to be levied by distress, Young v. Pratt, goods, £1 3s. 7d.:; order for full amount, and 2s. 9d. costs.
PRIMITIVE METHODISTS, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
PRIMITIVE 3METHODISTS,, BRUUNSWICK. The anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Clhrch, Brunswick, was cele brated on Sabbath and Tuesday evening last by. sermons and publie tea meeting. The sermons were preached by the Revs. lMessrs. J. Smith and N. Clarke ; and the public meeting was addressed by the Rev. Messrs A. MI'Vean, W. 3ently, J G Dodgson, and Circuit Ministers. Mr. E. Harding inthechair. All the speakers were very fervent, and appeared as if the revivalistic spirit which is now resting On the churches in the northern part of Great Britain was resting on their mind. The mieetings were a great success. The choir received a warm vote of thanks, and the new organ, at which Miss H. H.. Ecker sall, presided, was: the theme of general admiration. The chairman stated that the chapel debt of £150 had been paid off in the course of the year.
MEETING AT HOTHAM TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
MEETING AT HOTHAM TOWN HALL. A meeting of the ratepayers was hold at the Town Hall, on Friday evening. The attendance was numerous, and the Mayor occupied the chair. Mr. Curtain, M.L.A., explained the action taken bythe reosidents of Carlton in order to reserve the gaol reserve as a central railway tor-. minus. A number of the speakers ap. pearod to think that the Royal Park was better adapted for a railway terminus than the site in Swanston street, but as there appeared to be a considerable dif ference of opinion on this subject, the meeting terminated without taking any decided action in the matter.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD-FELLOWS, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
INDEPENDENT ORDERx OF ODD. FELLOWS, BRUNSWICK. On TWednesday evening nlast a number of persons met to firm a lodge in connee tion with the above order at thie Edinburgh Castle Hotel. The meeting was addressed by Mr. "Batchelor of Melbourne, who made a suitablo address to thosopresent, point. ing out the benefits to be derived in time of sickness and poverty. Dr. Thos. Tal bot, of Coburg, was elected lodge surgeon, and all present signified their willingness to join. It was finally decided that a meeting should be hold next Wednesday night to give others an opportunity who wish to join. If a sullicient number join. a lodge will be opened in duo form the followving Wednesday, the 17thl, under he name of the Brunswick Lodge, due notice of which will be giveu.
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
RULES. 1.-The distance between the Geals shall not he more than 200 yards ; nud the width of pla?ing space (to hbe meansured equally on each sleo of a line drawn through the oontres of the Goals) not more that 150 yards. The Goal Posts shall be seven yards apart, of un. limited height. ".--The Captains on each side shall toss for choice of Goal, the sIde losing the toss, or a Goal, has the kick off from the centre point between tho. Goals. When half the time arranged for play has expired, the sides shall chango unds. and the l1all be thrown in the air by 'the Umpire in the contro of the ground. 1.- A Goal mustb kiocked by one of the slde playing for the Goal between tihe posts without tolouhig either of them or any player after bolug kIoked. 4. --Two posts, to he called the "kick-off" posts, shall bo erocted at a distanoo of 20 yards on each side of the Goal Posts, and in a straight line with them. 5.-In ease the Blall is kicked bulhind Goal, within the " hick off' puots, any one of...
ADDITIONS TO PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
ADDITIONS TO PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. The warders of the Pentridge Stockade, ;who have been boarding and lodging in hotels since they were compelled to leave the Government quarters last July, have boon informed by the Superintendent .that it will not be allowed for the future. As no reason has boeen given for this un called for interference on the part of tilhe authorities in prohibiting the men from boarding at places the most suitable' for :themselves, and as there is no proper accommodation to be had among private families, the men are loft no other altorna. live but to resist the order until the matter is referred to the proper quarter, which it is stated the.men intend to do before long.
NORTHERN V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
Oha?InEN V. BRUNSWICK. The match played last Saturday be tween the Northorn and the above club, rosultcd'in a draw, the local club having the best of it, and keeping the ball well up to their opponent's goal. The match, next Saturday, June 13th, is against the - North Melbourne club, twenty to twenty. The following players will represent: the Brunswick : - Doadle, Burton, Dredge, Gillam, Ginnister, Henderson, Hutchinrson Ingamells, Kelly, Lilburne, Kendall, Macnallack, Ai. Harg, Murphy, Pearce, Smith, Stranger, Straw, Wilkinson. UNION v. ERnOL. A match will be played on Saturday, in the Royal Park, between the above clubs. The following will represent the Union Mossrs. Steel, (capt) Wakloy, HIughes (2), Craig, Campion, aErper, Drown (2), Erin, Tuomy, Wilson, Clarke, Smith, tRobinson, Conway, Quin Moonio, English, and Ward.
THE NEW WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
THE NEW'VATER SUPPLY. Nearly all the water pipes are on the line which is intonded to connect the Preston Reservoir with the 18-inch pipe which *as laid down from Cobuig to North Melbourne, about ten months ago. A direct line.from Coburg to Preston has been laidout to shorten the distance as much, s possible. The lino will run through theo Stockade grounds, entering between the Roman Catholic Church and the Episcopalian Church, coming out at the east corner of the now bridge over the iterri Creek, which was .built by con viet labor some years ago.
Borough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
Borough Councils. BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE lOrn, 1874. Present-His TWorship the Mayor (in the chair), and Councillors linning, Ovcrend, Straw, Stranger, McDonald, Hutton and Clarkeo COnnRESONDENCE, A good portion of the inward corres pondence consisted of letters on subjects which possessed no features of public interest. A letter was received from tli Coburg Road Board, expressing the dis satisfaction of that body in not obtaining the co-operation of the Brunswick Coun cil in laying down the cube crossing on the Moreland road. Received. In reply to a communication from Mr. K. Thompson, the members composing the Outer tRailway Committee were ap pointed to act as delegates from the Council, to co-operate with the people of North Melbourne in obtaining the gaol reserve as a site for a railway terminus. Donations to th.. amount of £40 were made to the various Melbourne charities, and the Under Secretary expressed the approval of the Governer in Council with the expenditure. T...
BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
lBUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF MATCIIES FOR TIIEI ENSUING SEASON Juno 13.-North Melbourne at Brunswick. Juneo 20.-Clifon at Jolimont. Juno 27.-Soutl era at Brunswick. July 4.-Essondo r at Brunswick. July 11.-Williamstown at Brunswick. July 18.-Clifton atB?runsw'ck. July 25.-West Melbourne at Royal Park. August 1.-Carlton Imperial at University paddlock. August 8.-Hawthorn at Brunswick. August 15.-Northern at Dights' paddock, Abbotsford. August 22.-Southern at Fawknor park. August 20.-Williamstown at Williams towin. Sept. 5.-Carlton 2nd twenty at Carlton ground. Srpt. 12.-South Pork at Brunswick. Sept. 10.-Albort Park, 2ud twenty at ]Bruuswick. Sept. 2O.-Star of Richmond at Richmond paddock. Oct. 3 -Carlton 2nd twenty atBrunswick. Oct. 10.-South Park at Atlbert Park. Oct. 17.-Star of Richmond at Brunswick.
COBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD JUNE 1ST, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
*OBURG DISTRICT ROAD BOAIRD Jusn 1st, 1874. Present - Messrs. Hunt, (chairman,) Chapman, McGowan, Dolling, Kyle, Vin. cent, Christian and Musson. On the recommendation of the Finance Committee, accounts were passed amount. to £313 11s. Od., M1r. Chapman informing those present that after paying away this largeo amount the Board had at their dis. posal a sum of X227 13s. Od. On the passing of L. M. Laughlan's account for work on Cumberland and .&lbert road, a report was attached by the lnspoctor of Works to the eflect that M. Laughlan was oight weeks overtime, which loft him liable to a penalty of £3 per week, but as it was stated he had extra works to do in connection with his contract, a fine of £2 16s. was inflicted. Thd application of Mr. D. Walsh .to have tho fino inflicted on him - remitted, was then taken into consideration. Mr' McGowan moved-" That the application be complied with." Messrs. Mussen and Kyle moved an amendment-" That the application be not entertained i...
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
Football' Notes. 3r Soausartos. Of coarse Saturday was wet; it is so long since we had a good- dry one that we almost forgot that sulh n Oretlt over occurred. IHowever, wet or dry, fobtballers were not deoterred fromtturning up in largo nuTmbers ill tho Royal 'Park, and theo onlookers made a considerable show also. Of course the great attraetion was thought to be, North Melbourne v. East Melbourne, and a tight game was expected 'It is needless to say aneythiug furtlher than that tile East Melbourno (wTho by the way had inserted a little bounce about hauling down the colors of the " too ambitious lately fledged seniors," in one of the daily papers) never had the slightest show against their, in every re spects, superior antagonists. Both cap tains agreed to Iplay 17 aside, owring to the 'full number of the East Itelbourno moen not turning up. The North Melbourno. captain woll the toss and gave Ihis op -ponents the advantiigo of the wind, but they were by no means good enough even wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
- ,,,, TM3,i pW ,,O 1tooa Ic II rft -.%i, r 1 Jt ini ·· t f, at. ,:ý NEW ESTABLISHMENT. .-.,,: .... ;,henq. Com:- ·ria? C g, ?.By to state ethat his nod v showing :i. ? ery, &c. NE -willhb? foind well ansorted, In ,laon - Pigui-i,'from which NO ABATE* Dlleinsery and Dressmaking tot ngAd'reeu- 2 at STREET, o W llr Ordund wU asoted.''' E.CgRONIN, S 74, 76, and 78 HOTHAM, coel a i einr . i r ;I oc Co.1prioing all the Latest Novelties in i Overskr g . l b fiou W eld l Stockie on ai l the 74-"/ 74, 76,` Vcoand 7 r IOTHAM. ,, Dres Mar ftherialbst ,tta nW and a prictIc very. moderate.L R The Dressmaking Department In alway Well Sohked wgith a large SARIETY OF EADYADE DRESSES. 'Ladies purchasing'DR S:AT I L ait thie establishment` can have them WELL AND FASHIONABLY MADE E Irr. Ro N N - _IIs 74. '76, and 78 Victoria street, 0 IIOT1HA1M. . , N 'I-' LATRtOJiE 'STREEE EAST, * MELBOURNE. to Order, of the Oest Mitoriol and Work. manobip. CioACH BUILDERS, Co Itopairiieondouat the shorteSt ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
7Publications. rplE NORTH MELBOURNE ADVER. STISER, Circulating in Hotham, Carlton, West BMelbourn, Hoeidelberg, Brunswick, Coburg, Fitzroy, Collingwood, etc. PUnLIsIl:D - City and Suburban Edition, . Friday; Country Edition, Saturday. The price of the paper is ls. per quarter or 4s. per year, delivered, payable in advance. Siidglo copies, ld. ADVERTISEMENTS. FoPer inch ... ... 3s. tanding notices, as per agreement. iTEItMS--CAslef.: Advortisomonts received,'for each issue up tot one o'clock on tlhe day previous to publi"c cation. Each advertisement should bear, upon the manuscript the number of insertions required. lhen no instruotions are sent in _ referenconq t tloe..4n'olser - ofinseortions, 'theo advertisement will be opntinuod until coun. tcrmamuid, and chlarged accordingly. All orders to altcr'ar discontinuo advertisemeicts from Coburg, Brunswick, Collisgwood Carlton, and Fitzroy, must be in writing, and forwarded to the office, 35: Elizabeth' treat north. All cdmmunications i...
Police. HOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 5TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Carroll, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
Police. HIOTHAM COURT. FRIDAY, 5STE JUNE. (Before Mfr. Carroll, J.P.) NSEGLECTED CIILDREN.-- George and John Travers were found at fifteen minutes past one am. wandering in the streets, and were brought before the bench to be dealt with. The mother appeared and made a rambling statement as to the cause, and as the children were well fed, the bench discharged them. SATURDAY, GTH JUNE. (Beforo Mlr. Laurens, J.P.) Vornrss or Suns.oAi.--John Mat. thews was fined 10s. for having been found insultingly drunk in the public streets.-James lHutchinson was fined 5s. or 21 hours' incarceration for being drunk it being his second appearance befobre the bench.-Timothy O'Brien, John Madejan and Patrick J. Kerley, were severally discharged and cautioned, it being their first bow to the bench. MonDAT, 8rT Ju.Tu (Before Mr. King, J.P.) BACIIANALIAN ROYSTErERS. - IMary Ann Jenkins, Richard Merritt, and Pat rick Noonan, had been in the look-up since Saturday, on which day they had fallen into the hand...
JIKA JIKA COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
JIKA JIKA COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1ST. The usual Monthly Meeting of this Council was held on the above date. Present - The President (Councillor Plant) in the chair, Councillors Bastings, Dennis, Cooper, O'Keeffe, Patterson, Clinch, Webster and Vincent: CORRESPONDENCE. Letters from the Department of Roads and Bridges in reference to the proposed &nbsp; new bridge over the Morrn Creek, at Northcote; also a letter respecting repair to the old bridge at snmo place, Recoived -Prom a fr. 1eoolo asking for a few loads of moetal and a stone step in front of his siremses. Itequtost complied s ith,--From Jlr. O'leefefe asking fobr four loads of gravel in front of' his shop. Granted. irom Messrs. Colo, ltawliuson and others, olffering to give alone for road purposes. lecoeived--rom Mlessrs. .Tamieson, Bren. ton, ?Valsh and others, asking for certain imnprovements in Roserve street. lReferred to the Inspector of Works for report.- From Mr. John Morris asking permission to remove gravel o...
A CASE OF DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
A CASE OF DIAMOND CUT DIA- MOND. Mr. Charles Beer, of Brunswick, sued Mr. John Twycross, of Collins street west, in the County Court, on Tuesday, for £16 money had and received, and on accounts stated up to October, 1873. The evidence as to the debt was very con- tradictory, but His Honor finally gave the plaintiff a verdict for £5 and costs. Im- modiately after the decision, and just as another case had begun, Mr. Finn, who appeared for the defendant, applied for a stay of execution for a week. Mr. Fisher, who rushed back into court with Mr. Finn, objected to a day's delay, as the defendant had sent a bailiff into plaintiff's house without ceremony or notice, at a time, too, when he was indebted to the plaintiff. His Honor refused to interfere in the matter, the verdict should take its course.