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HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 8TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs Bond, Fanning, and Ricardo, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
-0 HEIDELBERG COURT. ION?AY, 8TI JVNa. (Before Mr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs Bond, Fanning, and Ricardo, J.P's.) Tlrn LAPrs AoAIN.-Samuel Cole, laud. lord of the Barkly Hotel, Ieidelberg; James Tredale, landlord of the Greens. borough Hotel, Greensborough; Frederick Ellis, landlord of the Frmner's Hotel, Greensborough ; 1'atrick Shenan, landlord of tio Templostowo Hotel ; Edward Noonan, landlord ofrthoe lonnedy's Creek Hotel, wero each fined 2s. Od. with 2s. Od. costs, forneglceting to light the lamps in front of their respoctiro licensed houses. Charles Solby, landlord of the Doncasler Hotel, Doncastcr road, for a similar oflTnco (second conviction), was fined 5s, and 2s. id. costs, ALLOWINaO IHOUSES TO WAvNDn.--W. A. 13. Iackett, poundkeoper, Heidelberg (second conviction), was fined 6s., and 2s ld. costs, for allowing a horse to wander Thomas A. Gill, for nllowing two horses to wander, was fined 2s. (ld., and 2s, aid. costs. D. Walsh, for a sinilar oflenco on 1st Juno, was fined 2...
UNFAIR TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
UNFAIR TRADIDNG. At the District Court on Monday, Mr. Geo. M'Donald, Inspector of WVeights and Measures, proceeded against a number of persons residing at Carlton for using short weights and measures. Thomas Luby, butcher' was fined 140., with 20s. costs, for giving short weight. Richard Keath, grocer, was mulcted with 20s. fine and 20s. costs, for a similar offence. Charles Sumrt, a publican at Carlton, was fined lOs., with 10s. costs, forgiving shbort measure. 'Robert Peters, wood vendor, 20.s., with 20s.; and Joseph James, vego. table hawlier, 10s., with 10s. costs for giving short wcbiht. The most flagrant case was that against Charles Fullbrook, a wood dealer, carrying on business in Drummond street, North Carlton. The offender in this instance was not satisfied with having a beam attached to his scales which gave 21b short in every 1001b., but it was shown that lie attached 141b. of lead to the back of his scalels iii such a position as not to ho observed by his customer,. The...
Births. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 12 June 1874
Births. BUCKINIAM.u-On the 5th Jone, at their residence, IHotham, the wife of Mr. Alfred Jamoe nuckingham of a son, nromaturo. VI l arriages. SHAnrP-MOONEYo.-On the 7th June, at St. Bridget's Roman Catholic, Cburch, Nunawading, by the Rev. Krauwithor, James O. Sharpe, of the Victorian R]ailways, Mel. bourne, oldest son of Mr. J. Sharpo, Carlton, to Catherinoc Tracoy Mooney, eldest daughter of Michael Mooney, Esq., Naas, Kildare. Home papere plonease copy. WuH oNo-PAYNT?n.-On the 9th of April, at Morefield Cottage, Rao street, Fitzroy, by the Revo. S. C. Kout, Richard Wilson to Mlary A. Payntor. SDeaths. LAMnnRc.---On the .6th Juno; at Har court streeot,Hotham, Erasmus, infant son of Nicholas and Lucoy Lsmbriok, aged six weeks. .-.---------- McIVER.-On the 8th June, at Parkside street, Brunswick, after a protracted illness, Catherine Ann Clunas, the beloved wife of Evander Mclver.
THE RESULTS OF COUNCILLOR WHITE'S AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
TILE RESULTS OF COUNCILLOR WHITE'S AMIENDMMENT. Sir-I beg to call the notice of rate payers to" somnibf the consequences that would have resulted from the amendment of Messrs. White and Co. if they could have carried the same, and it was not their fault they did not carry it. This is what those councillors wanted to do. 1. They wanted to retard all future pro gress of, and improvement in the borough for many years to come, to the serious injury of those ratepayers carrying on business therein. 2. They would tax every ratepayer in the borough, so that thoer own properties, and the properties of a favored few, might be 'improved for them free of cost, while they would make all persons recciving similar improvements in future pay half the cost. 3. lind they succeeded in retaining in thoe pockets of selves and others the £2000 which they are called, upon to deliver up, the conse. quence o would have been an immediate increase in the rates of the borough. Feollow ratepayers be up and doi...
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
Letters to the Editor. rl' The .Editor doeo not identify himself with the opinion of correspondents, nor nndertake to return or hold himself responsible for the safety of any, communication. "C,°orrts·pondence aoid paragriiphs of local interest kindly furnished by readers should be written on one side of the paper only, aoul be forwarded a?s early in the week as possible ; addressed to the " Editor." r ".Allletters must be accompdunied by th1rcal name and address of the writer-not fir publication, but is a guarantee of good faith. rI? Correspondentl woutl oblige us, anil snre thensceles disppointmentl and anuoiylttace, by! sending iln their contributions before 'Ihurstay
HEIDELBERG COURT. MONDAY, 15TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
HEIDELBERG COURT. 'MONDAY, 15TH JUNE. A WAtn inca o HIonsE. - W. A. D. IIackett, poundkeeopr, was summoned for the third Limo for allowing a horse to wander on the public road. Thie defend. ant said, "I put the horse in the pound, and put a lock on the gate, but some enemy drew the staple and let him out." Case adjourned for a week to afford defend. ant an opportunity to prove that the horse had been lot out of the pound. UNswva'ULL" : SELLING LTquon. Charles Selby, landlord of the Doncastor Hotel, Doncastor road, was informed against for unlawfully selling liquor on the morning of the 2sd of June. Th allega tion was that the liquor was sold, and the house kept open. after midnight. Three witnesses, namdd respectively Charles Newman, Edward Cunningham, and Johll Heivish were called for the prosecution, but failed to prove the case, which was dismissed. The same defendant was summoned to show cause why his license should not be forfeited. This prosecution was brought under'the 48th s...
WHOLESALE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
TVIIOLESALE VEGETABLE S ItAtKET. Vo are informed that the Committee of RIatepayers . appointed to watch the action of the Council with reference to the removal of the WVholesalo Vegetable Mar ket to Victoria street, hold a meeting recently, at which it was agreed to inter view the representatives of the ward in the city Council, and ask for information as to what progress had been made in carrying out the resolutions passed at the public meeting held in Elizabeth street some months ago.
Borough Councils. HOTHAM COUNCIL. MONDAY, 15TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
Borough Councils. IIOTHIAM COUNCIL. MosDAY, 15Tl June:. Present-I-lis W\orshlp the Mlayor (in tile chair,) and Councillors Clarke, Caine, L~aurens, Thomas, White, Paton and Carroll. A pROTEST. The minutes of the prevebus meeting having been read, Coeuncillor Thomas objected to their confirmation, inasmuch as they contained a protest of Councillor Laurens, which had not been made in accordance with. the form required by the bye-laws. Ito (Councillor Laurons) did not give notice of his intention to protest at the time the rebsolution of Councillor White had been carried, and he (the speaker) heeld this to be a fatal objection, 'lho Mayor ruled that the protest was of no use, and ordered it to be expunged from the, miuuto book, which was ac cordingly done. Councillor Laurens ob jected to' the Mayor's ruling as being illegal, on the ground that the protest could only be oexpunaged by a majority of the Council, and not by the ruling of the Mayor alone. - - In reply to a communication fro...
IMPROVEMENTS IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
1IMEPROVYMENT TS IN IIOTHAM. There is a feeling prevalent amongst a largeo riumber of ratepayers in Hotham, that in consequence of the unwillingness of the Council to obtain Government aid towards the erection of the new Town Hall; it would be desirablo to spcnd tho money set apart for that purpose, viz., £3,500, in improving tho streets. Tlhe ordinary rato yields a very small amounit annualy, and but little can be expected from this source towards herbing and channelling. . _____I
Cricket. COBURG CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
Cricket. COBURG CRICKET CLUBI. The annual meeting of the above club was hold on Saturday evening, the 6th inst., at the Board Room ; Mr. C. Lilburne being voted to the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting, dated October lst, 1874, were road and confirmed. The IIon. Secrotary, Mr. J. Mulvany, read the state. ment of receipts and disbursements, by which it appeared that, inclusive of a balance of 7s..Gd. brought forward from last year, the sum of -£7 138. Gd. had been re ceived, the expendituro being £5 4s. 7d., lcaving a balance of £1 18s. lid. Messrs. Lilbourn and Munsson having boon appointed auditors, the accounts as submitted wore duly examined and adopted. A general ro. Lort was road showing that 10 matches had con played during the season, four being drawn, three won, and three lost. Owing to the fragmentary manner in which the acoring record had been kept, the Hon. Secretary was unable to submit a complete return of the averages s; it appeared, how over, that John Dou...
BOURKE WARD, WEST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
DBOURKE TWARD. WEST MEL. . OUttNE. A meeting of the Committee of Rate payers -of Bourko TVard was hold -on Thursday evening, when it was agreed to petition the City Council to divide the ward. The Committee was also instructed generally to look after the interests' of the ratepayers of that locality. This ward has been sadly neglected, little or no expcnditure of public money having taken place for manhy years.
BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF MATCHES FOR THE ENSUING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF OIATCItES FOR TITS ENSUING SEASON Juno 13.-North Melbourne at Brunswick. Juno 20.-Clifton at Jolimont. June 27.-Southern at Brunswick. July 4.-BEsendon at Brunswick. July ll.-Williamstown at Brunswick.' July 18.-Clifton atBrunswick. July 25,-West Melbourne at Royal Park. August 1.-Carlton Imperial at University paddock. August 8.-HIawthorn at Brunswick. August 15.-Northern at Dights' paddock, Abbotaford. August 22.-Southern at Pawknor park. August 20.--Williamatown at Williams town. Sept. 0.-Carlton 2nd twenty at Carlton ground. Sept. 12.-South Park at Brunswick. Sept. 10.-Albert Park, 2ud twenty at Brunuwick. Sept.,20.-Starof Richmond at Richmond paddock. Oct. 3 -Carlton 2nd twentyatBrunswick. Oct. 10.-South Park at Albert Park. Oct. 17.-IStar of Richmond at Brunswick.
SCHOOL BOARD, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
SSCHOOL BOARD, BRUNSWICK. T'ho usual monthly meeting of the Brunswick Board of Advice was held on Saturday last, at the Mechanics' Institute, when -there weroe present Dr. Talbot, (chairman), and Messrs. Bedford, Birohott B]reezo, Hutchinson and Jarrio. A com munication was rocoiveod from the Edu cation Decpartment informing the Board that the plans for the now Stato School were in preparation, and when ready the buildings would be proceeded with with out delay., The letter stated the school to be erected would accommodlto 300 childron. The Board considered this al together too limited for the Borough, and appointed Messrs. Overenld and llutchin son to take stops to ensure the erection of a school for at least 800 scholars. The Board expressed its disapproval of any member discussing the business of the Board through the columns of a news paper, and considered the recent ]otter which appeared in the, Aldvcrtiser 'vcery injudicious. -
UNION V. ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
UNION V. ABOOTSFORD.' A football match will be played on Saturday next, between the above clubs, in the f?oyal Park. The Union will be ropresented by the following:-Messrs. Steel (capt.), TWalkloy, Ryan, Hughes (2), Campion, Harper, Brown (2), Gibbons (2), Quin, Pearson, Wilson, Clarke, Craig, Gracie, Robertson, Conway and Moore, EXCELSIOR V. EMPLOYES OF MESSES IIAL STEAD AND KERR. This match was played in the Royal Park on'Saturday last, which resulted in an easy victory fobr the former, who so. cured three goals; and opponents nil; the sue.essful kickists were R. Hiilliard, H. Story and J. N. Reynolds. Those who distinguished themselves for the former club were Messrs. Conway (2), Cameron, Chisolmn, 'Lylor, Burns, Denton and Banks, for the latter W. Guest, O. Don. nel. Carmodjy, and Brownlaw.
HOTHAM POST OFFICE. TIME OF CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
JOTHAM POST: OFF! o oIf r . os a I'.n TtM 00 lOOA1.XL!VEUY. i 8.30 a m*;, 1p.m. s .5 p.m.' Money orderi, are4aiued-atthis office, and the neual fadltles aro. affordod to dopoeotoro in the Savings' Bank. AiLTOIj,POST _OFII1 AND SAYINGS' Mail are despatched from this oflice at 6.40 a.m. ~'ri?-ipg atI$ Tgbourno at 7.44 a.m 9.55 m.? r, ,, 10.4- 2.30p.I m. 1.20 p.m 3.40 p.m. 4, p.m. 4.40p.m.:-- ,,. , . ?5..44 pm. Money orders j?roissued at this office, and the usual facilitics are afforded to depoeitorn of the Savings' I3pnk.
North Melbourne Advertiser, AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, JUNE 19TH, 1874. REPRESENTATIVES OF NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
AND CARLTON ADVOCATE. FRIDAY, J5NE 1ris, 1874. i?EPH?ESENTATIVES OF NORTH MELBO.URNE. ,The old story of the two Killkenny cats, which could never agree, has been refuted by the conduct of the representatives of North Melbourne.: Messrs. Munro and Curtain, it was supposed, would supply another illustration of the cat story, - but the wiseacres have bcn disappointed. On the contrary, Mr. Curtain is to be found acting cordially with lis colleague oni every occasion whero. combined, action is necessary, and by this means real good. is effected,,.while Mr. Munro reciprocates the compliment. Indeed it is .more than probable that both of those gentlemen will resemble the two Dromios, not in appear ance certainly, but in similarity of ideas.
Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
Football Notes. -- ] SC3-ISc MAEo . Tile great attraction in the Park last Siturday was undoubtedly the match bo. tween the Carlton and Albert Park Foot. ball clubs. It being the :tirst time this season that the Carlton played on'their own ground, the lovers ofth giamoturned up in great force to see their favorite club annihilate the visit'rs from the hill; The Carlton did 'not muster their best team, Messrs. Guy, Newing and Dedman being the absentees, whilo the Albert Parkites had mustered the best team possible. For tile first quarter of an hour after ulay had been' commenced the visitors lhadslightly the best of the game, and one of their rushes resulted in a goal being kicked for them by Bracken, jun. This roused the Carltonites a bit, and they began to play up with their visitors, and soon had tihe best of the play, keeping their advantage until time was called, when they had secured tyo goals, kicked by Dalton and Donovan. They thus won the 2nd game played between - those club...
POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
POLICE GAZETTE. : .,The fbllowing extracts are taken from the Victoria Police Gazeltte of the 16th inst.: Stolen from the pers:n of Margaret: Pearce of D9 Napier street, Fitzroy, on theo 10th instant, at Beadchiamp's auction rooms, Collins stroeetcast, a black leather purse containing d £5-note, three £.Lnhtes, '2s.s 9d:.ifi silver, a square Jnpaiuese silveor coin worth about is. 6d., an American half dollar, a farthing, ;a pawn-tickot from iRosminskie's,:1 5 Elizabeth, street, for a gold chain and a letter from R. L. Poarse, of Charters Towers.--Stolen from the person of Robeit Thomipson; of Bedford street, Hothbam, about 9 p.m. on the 9th inst. in Elizabeth street north, a --plato open-face Geneva .watch,: globe, glass, with square-link .gold' albert chain at tached; value :; £4.- atriek.; Byrne is charged, on warrant,- with deserting. his wife, at H-otham, on the 17th of April 1874.-Jesso Gibbons Weston is charged, on warrant, with . deserting his wife, at Collingwood, on the 6th...
NORTH MELBOURNE WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
,NORTH MELr?OURNE WESLEYAN 'CHURCII. On Sunday last the anniversary sor vices in coninection with the above church were celebrated, when two sermons were, preached, that in the morning by tho 1Rev. P. 2\. Usher, and in the evening by the Rev. J.,Cope. On the following Monday a tea meeting was held in the schoolroom, followed by a public meeting in the church, over which .ames Munro, Esq., MI.L.A., presided. The chairman,' after a few, remarks, called on the Treasurer, Mr. S. G: King, to read theo'roport, which showed the church to. be in. a prosperous condi tion.. M2i.'James McCutcheon then read the report of the late bazaar, showing the net profits already to hand to amount to £48t, and it is expected that the final returns will increase this to £500. Great .credit is duo to those who took part in the bazaar., The meeting was then addressed by'the 'Revs. W. II. Fitchott, P. M. Usher, and II. Merriman. .HMr. Whitford proposed a vote of thanks; to the ladies who presided at the table...
MASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Advertiser — 19 June 1874
. IASONKRY. At the regular monthly meeting of the Carlton Lodge; :380 I C. held on llonday evening, the 15th ihst., at the old Lincoln Inn, Cardighn street, Brother Athur Hart was duly: installed .M. by tho .P.G. Chaplain, JBrother 1[. Rintel, in the pro sonce of the P.G. Master, Brother J.;T. Smith; and nsssisted by the following brethren :-Brother Gellibrand, P. M.; L. I:- Hart, W.M.; W. Stewart, P.DM.; J. lart, :P.M;; J. Forbes, P.M.; W. Clarke, W.lI.; Dur6ss; VW.M.; `G. Baker, P.M. ; J. Love, P.M. ; ,-Pringle, P.HM.; and many others. * The following ofllicers ,wer elected; =- S.W., Brother }Wollier; J. W., Brother Nichoils; Trea-: surer, Brother A., Ellis; Secretary, Bro ther S. ,Ellis; S.D., Brother Spedding: J.D., Brother Larrard; T.G., Brother -Peters; Tyler, Brother L: Levy; the business of the lodge being ended, the brothern-about 60-sat dbivn to supper, 'provided by Brotlher IIost'Dowiing. The eveFiing was enlivened by songs and re citations by.various brethren.