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NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
i NonTi M?ELIOUltNe TuwN COU?ClL. Mlayor, Mr. T. Fogarty, J.P. Eastern Ward-Mr. J. Gardiner; MIr. WV. Hii. Fuller, J.P.; Mr. J. liarwise, J.P. Mliddle Warld-Mr. T. Fogart', J.P.; Mr. G. Carter; Mr. D. Wadick. Western Ward--Mlr. P. Costello; Mr. J. C. Steel, J.P.; MIr. J. G. Patrie. Town Clerk, Mr. H. J. Randall. Ilate Collector, Mr. J. Keaniey. Surveyor, M[r. E. Mclier. H -ealth Officer, Dr. Whlitaker. Inspector, Mr. E. Magnus.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
TELEOSAPU MONEY ORnDEns. 6. d. Victoria ... Under £5 ... 1 0 South Australia . ... 8 0 Queensland ... , ... 4 0 Tasmania , ... 8 0 New South \Vales , ... 2 0 Perth, 1V.A.... . ..... 4 0 Victoria ... Under £10 ... 1 6 South Australia ,, ... 4 0 Q?heensland ... , ... 5 0 Tasmania ...,, ... 4 0 New South Wale ,,. ... 8 O erth, W.A... ,, ...5 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
MoNEY OsDER OFIocE. Oflice hours--l0 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sa turdays 10 a.m. to noon. Payable in Victoria Not exceeding £5 ...... ...Gd. Above £5, butnotexceed.£10 - Is. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15- s. d. ,, £15, ,, ,, £20 - 2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand:- 8. d. Not exceeding £2 ... ... 0 6 ,, 5 -... ... 10 ,, 7 ....... 1 4 10 ..... ... 2 0O , - 22 . ...-2 6 ,i, 15 ...... 3 0 ,J 17 ..i7 ... 8 f ,, 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India. Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: s. d, Not exceeding £2 ... ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. £5 -2 6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 6 ,, £7, but not exceed. £10 - 5 0
C.Y.M. SOCIETY'S SOCIAL A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
C.YM: SOCIETY'S SOCIAL A GREAT SUCOESS. .- . THE above Society held the first of their Winter Series of -Socials,-in-the 1To-rn iHaii, on Monday night. - This-Society has always had the reputation of having the best attended socials held in the Toiwn Hall, and the one held on last Monday night, was a renewal of their popularity, as it was unquestionably the best patronised social of the.season upp the to present, there bheing i?hiout 100 couples piresent. To many of ithe old-time habituds of the C.Y.M.S. So cials, the absence of tie popular M.C., Mr. M. Dowling, who had so satisfac torily carried out that duty during the past twelve years, seemed at first to be a source ofdisappointment; but as the ove ning wore on, and all parties having settled on enjoying themselves, this little unrest gave place to thorough enjoynent iunder Mr.T I.-KeIly, whojperfirmed thel duties of M.C.in averycreditable manner, when it is taken into consideratioh tlhat it was his first attempt at marshalling ...
CERTAIN JUDICIAL UTTERANCES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
CERTAIN JUDICIAL UTTER . ANCES. TIe colony of Victoria is justly proud of tile high estee5i in ?hliclh her bench of judges is held, both as lawyers, and their standard of morals as men. No charge of corruption in high places as regards the Supreme Court bench has ever been aInunched. Appeals to the Plriry Council against some of our lead ing judges decisions having in many cases served to a great extent to reveal their knowledge and acumen. It is thought by some that in the case of tIe Supreme Court judges that they are not of the calibre they passessed when JUs TICES BAnny, STAWELL, IO0LESWORTH, anii--iteairnuom?A. occupied seats. on our highest tribunal, and we do not sppose that the most determined op ponent of this theory will deny a fact known to all that the present Catrer JosTIcE, with all the powers of ad vocacy he displayed at the bar, and with all the amiability and tact he showed as Acvrsu Govnsoon is thie smal lest of the line of " chiefs " who pre ceded him as regards l...
VICTORIAN FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 29 May 1896
VICTORIAN FISHI PIROTECTION SOCIETY & ANGLERS' CLUB. TuI usual wCeekly imceting of the above socie:v was held at~the.Bull'lnd Mouth Hlotel, Bourkcstret o~in Fridy evening, 22nd inst.; Mr. J. II. Gardiuer in the chair. A small attendance of mt'hbers present. Thie minutes of the previous meeting were.read and confirmed. A letter was real from Mr. Gillespie, l rikburn Estate, stating that they could not allow meumbers to fish in the lake. The secretary readl a very interesting article on Trout Fishing in Tasmeania, Shich apppeared in the IIobart Mercurm1, by Mr. William Crooke (late presidenmt of the society), of an outing to the Great Lake. To give one .n idea of the trout fishing in the Great Lake, 59 fish were. caugeht by the party., weighing 725½lb.; average, over 12¼lb. Their best take for one day was--16 fish, weiglhing 190lb., for the three rods, or 14 for two rods, weighing 172lbs.; or 9 for one rod, weighinig 120lbs.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
TELEGRAIn! MONEF OnlDEos d. d. Victoria ... Under £5 .. 1 0 South Australia , ... 3 0 Queenaland ... ... 4 0 Tasmania ... ,, ...; 3 0 New South Wale ,, ... 0 Perth, W.A.... ,, : ... 4 0 Victoria ... Under £10 ... 1 G South Australia, '....4 0 QUeensland ... .. 0 Tasmania . ... 4. 0 New South Wales ,, ' ... 3 0 PerthA -AA . - .. ' 0
MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
MoEYT Oni01UE OoiiCe. Office hours-10 a.m. to pi p.i., Sn turdays 10ai.m. to noun. Payable in Victoria: Not exceeding £5 ... ... .... d. Above £J, untnotexceed.£10 - 10 .. ,, £10, ,, ,, £15 - l. Gd. ,, £1, ,, £'0 - 2s. Payable in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia; Queens land, Tasmania, and New Zealand: 8. d. Not exceeding £2 ... ... U 0 S 5 . ... T,7- ....... 1 G 10 ... ... 2 0 , 12 ... ... 2 6 , 15 ... . ... 3 0 , 17 ... ... 3 6 S , 20 ... ... 4 0 Payable in Great Britain and Ireland, France, Canada, Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, China, India, Japan, Macao, Mauritius, United States, &c.: S: 8 . d, Not exceeding £2 .. ' ... 1 0 Above £2, but not exceed. .5 - 2 6 ,, £5, but not exceed. £7 - 3 6 , £7, but not exceed. £10 - 5 0
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
horn-i, MEilOU~E TOwi COUvCIL. Mayor, Mr. T. Fogrty, J.P. .,asteri Ward-Mr. . G.'rdinor; Mr. V. 11. Fuller,,l.P.; Mr. d. barwise, I.P. Middlc Ward~ -Mlr. T. Fo!gart, I.[ P.; \Mr. G.. Garter; 31r. 1). Wadick. We tern Ward --Mr. P. Costelli; Mr. J. C. Steel, ,1.1. ; Mr. J. 1 G.:P trio. :Town Oierk;-?l r.1. Jl:.-t'adhltl. -Ratex: COllector, Mr. J: Kearney. Surveyor, M?.t l. Mdlver. Health Oflicer, Dr. Whi" M ra'_ -ln-pector,-Mr. _E. ,hgnus
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1. Present.--The Mayor (Cr. Fogarty), and Cre. BIarwise, Carter, Fuller, Gariiner, Petrie, and Steel. AN ABSENT COUNCILLOR. :The- Mayo" said hehad beeIn deputed t apologi.-o for the. absence of Or. Wadick. That gentlenmn was not at all well, and was confined to his room. Comicillors expressed their regret and sympathy. COIIE5PONDENCE. From the Department of Public Works. stating that the Minister of that Department invited attention to the fact that the Width of Tires Act 1896 became law on the 2nd Manrch aInst, and that sec:ion 2 of the Act enacted that'its provisions might he made td apply to any municipid district, lot by a procla mation of the Governor-in-Council it w?is laid down that the operation of tihe Act shall not cotmmence until the cxpira tion of at least six montlhs from the date of such proclamation.-Received. Fiom the oTown Clerk, Melblone,'as .undr 'S irReferring to your letter of tlhe 19h?? ddressd to the City Sur veyor, s...
AWKWARD FOR THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
AWKWARn D FOR TIE COM?PANtY.-A few days ago the licensee of the Albion Hotel, Bourke-street, was summoned by the company supplying the electric light to her premises for not paying her liabilities in conhfi~ctioti withi it. ThI point was raised for the defence that as the company had not been registered it could not legally charge, and this objec tion the magistrates. held to be fatal to tile company's case, and the snunmons was therefore dismissed. On this ruling it would appear that none of the nume bere of people who are using the electric light in shops, business premises, and even churches are liable until the com pany is registered. IMronTANT SALE.--\e direct attention to an advertisement elsewhere, relative to Messrs. Fitzgerald Bros.' Sale at their well known Drapery Emporiumn in Errol-street, North Mell;ourne. The Sale has been deter mined on in consequence of the termilnation of the lease, and buyers can rely on obtaining first class bargains and the best quality of materi...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XVIII.—(CONTINUED.). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. igcormrantK.] WHO IS lE? OR Theindian Mahatmna in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY orF 2E .Natural & Supernatural, KEL'.YET ll T.YMILTOY M.D., F.R.C.8. CHAPTER XVIII.-(Coi-ersrnr.). "Cost!" slaid a grentleman, who in any other company would be called seedy not withstaanding the separate beauty of each item of his apparel.-" O- course it-enosti but they can bear it. TWhy, Wallace expects you may be sure to nmake a quiet £50,000 out dL £ ln.nIo ieac ndo l tuwhandL .good nmanyhampers--atany rate it is a good tipple, and I don't mind if I trouble that eamtleman with the whikisey again. _ It's cheaper than Seott's, anyrway." The rest of the men aeknowledgedthe fact with a general laugh, and the bottle of Galley was handed over to the candid critic. In fert the sandwiches and 'liquids 'were so - thoroughly appreciated that by the tune the train drew npatNowa there wasr a decided heartiness amongst our friendsb, and they had gone far to making a compact of friend...
NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. CARNIVAL AND FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKIET CLUB. CARNIVAL AND FAIR. To-DAY, at 3 o'clodk, tile Mayor, Cr. T. Fogarty will open tho above; in aid of the Premier Cricket Club, in the Town Hall. A tllormoglilyrepresentative ga thering may be anticipated; and among others invited are the representatives of the Victorian Cricketers' Association. A glance at tihe names of the lady stall holders given below, will show lait some really succi?ssfl0 business may be ex pected to be necomplished; and, also, patrons may feel assured that good value will be given for their money. The club, as stated, is the Premier one of the past season, and filled the same position in 1893. It was established in 1866, some of thefounders and past supporters being Cr.; J. H. Garditier, Messrs. T. S. Mar shall, J. McIndoo, landal Alcock, D. Griffiths, R. Collie, Wilkie (2), VW. McLean, and others. In 1887-8-9, it won thle Suburban Challenge Cup, not sustaining a single defeat. The sup porters and friends of the club should certain...
THE PRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL COMPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
TRE PRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL-COMOPOSITION Br: ?n31.' 3. DALTOx. A-Paper read tbefie St. Mlary's Chlurch of Englahd Literarp Society, on Fri iuy, Jay J oa d, with-diseussion-- DIFIrricuLTr, as a rule, pertainns m some degree to every new enterprise or under toking'; and such liflicilty. is enhanced in a relative degree to the timidity, care Icssanes, or disinterestedness of the per son or persons who are, or ought, to play a prominent part in such 'enterprise' or undertakihng.' And the o'probableamount of succoss likely to follow as the natural result of such enterprise or undertaking is to be estimated, in most cases, by tile method adopted, and spirit displayed, as well as the capacity of the person or per sons concerned in its subsequent result. And as laxity and procrastination are to be avoided and condemned in all cases, so also is impulsive recklessness. Con sequently, prudence and perseverance must prove the true road to success. SAs. in any other, task that which a no+qic 'may...
THE A.N.A. AND CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Courier and West Melbourne Advertiser — 5 June 1896
TIHE A.N.A; AND- CAMBRIDGE SOCIAL. THE second social was held on Wednes day evening last.. At the opening dance the attendance was ineagre, but lefore the refreshment hour arrived, between seventy and eighty couples were reaping all tile enjoyment that could possibly be got out of a good floor and music. Everything passed off without a hitch under tile careful managemient of the secretary (Mr. A. J. Clarke) and com mittee. Although the club is liberally supported by both the "Iolanthe " and other clubs, a certain section of its own members take so little interest as to be almost entirely absent from the room. It is to be holped that those members will fulfil their duties and make as great a success of the fortnightly socials as. ol other entertainments carr:ed out under their snpervision. The _following is a description of the dresses worn by tholasdies:_L_ " : Mrs. Jas. Pickett--Grecn silk, ind spangled net. Miss May Murphy-Shell pink crepon, autumn leaves, and roses. Miss Stewart-...