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BILL OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

BIQJr OF EXCfHfANGE. S4-M of Eiohange and Promissory Note £|. A. Where the amount or value of the money for which it bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for overy £50 of the amount or value, and also for any fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of ozehbnge payable on demand charge able with came duty as a promissory note for rame amount. 4Emboseed stamps must se used,which may be obtained at all Post Offices.) Exgrese'ors. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Vietoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and used colely for the purpose of settling or clearing 0ny account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a bauker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingthe payment of any sum of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payrment is to be made or to any person on his behalf. 8. Letter of credit granted in Victoria au...

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AN ESTIMATE OF IBSEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

AN ESTIMATE OF IBSEN. The Norwegian dramatist, Ibsen, is be lieved to have had a wide and probably bitter personal experience. He writes like a man who has been disappointed in domestic life, foiled in ambition, exposed in intrigue, and who assumes that all others are like himself To his eves all men and women are masked. His cha racters are evidently intended to be typi cal: and the inevithible impression de rived from them is that all are like Dr. Jekyll. As a rule Ibsen divides people into two classes-those who are hypo crites and those who are weak. He is a dissector 'rather than a diagnostician. He has apparently no idea that a cure is possible. The- ore hideous the moral cancer, the more surely dots he tear oFf its bandages. He seems to hunt for maggots, and, having found them, simply leaves all the foulness uncovered. Unless Ibsen's writings misrepresent hint he has faith neither in human nature nor in the e.isting social order. His conception of freedom is utterly falsc, To ...

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THE LEADING CHARACTERISTIC OF THE INDIAN RACE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

THE, LEADING CHARACTER ISTIC OF THE INDIAN RACE.' What is the genius or 'lding ° ?ihrac teristic bf the Indiiti 'rce ?Their lead ing characteristic is itdustry, a:desire'to} improve their conrdition,: willingness. to: work, in order to create and accumulate, wealth. This universal industrialism,. this innate desire for. affliience supplies the key for sdlving many f. the' omplex Indian problems at which so many stand aghast. These trai-s of national char acter are the bonds of sympathy which unite the many-nationalities, castes, and creeds of India ; moreover,- with the. in creas:ng development of. this feature, common to all,we have an ever-lengthen ing chain of sympathy binding India, not only to this country, but to all civi lhsed countries. That this desire after wealth is the leadingfeature of the Indian people may be illustrated most effectually, not from volumes of statistics, or Blue books, but from the social customs of their every-day life. The natives of India travel enor...

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HAI[?]ET BEFORE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

HAILET BEFORE. " Now, sir; the counsel for the de fence, knittirn rows and preparing to annihilate tl.ss who:n he was about to croýs-exasl you say your name is Williams. prove that to be your real name e anybody in the Court room who tvear that you haven't assumed it fc urpose of fraud and de ceit?" " I Itou can identify me your self," answe!1 witness. " I put that scar over yol?t eye twenty-five years ago when yot jtealing apples out of my fathel's orch, m the same Williams." A counter ,jion-A- pretty girl be hind it. The Engli~uange.-Wil;iam-" The part was dec,'oarse." Hienry-" Uint her acting oft; excellent." Williasn- "Of course '. PRlNTIN:nember us with y,.ur jo.b Printing. :p.3, to Town when you can get it done e lhd cheaply in the district. Call atthe of_"is papne-, ad get samples and pricel. . r:,

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A COMIC [?] BY A GERMAN FESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

A COMIC BY A GERMAN SESSOR. . We were a nable and highly cul tured party. d on our best clother, and we talkedy, and were very happy ill except two fellows, students just returned frojermany, common-place young men, wc med restless and nnuom* fortable, as if found the proceedings I loe. The tr:s we were too clever for then. Our bib and polished conversa tio.n anl our lI-as tastes were beyond them. 'They jut of place among ns. They never ou0 have been there at all vervybody ag"'on that later on. Somebody d a French pqem after supper, and n it was beautiful, and IIher a lady I sentimental ballad in Spanisih. and i one or two of us weep -it was so pa And then tl wo young men got up, and asked us had.ever heard Herr Siossenn Dose ho had just arrived, and was then dow a supper-room) sing his great German song. None of us lhrd it, that we could re member. The young i id it was the funniest song that had een written, and that if we liked theild get Herr Slossenn Boschen, whoý ' knew very w...

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ITEMS FROM YANKEE-LAND. DULL ALL AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

ITEMS FROM YANKEE-LAND. DULL ALL AOIUND. " I'd like to have a little money on your account," said the barber, as Mr. Hiardup settled himself for another shave to be "put on the tab.'' " Well. I'm afraid you'll have to wait- this is the dull season, you know. Great roots ! but that razor pulls. Don't you ever hone your razors?" "Not in the dulli season," SWFLL PEIFECTLY. S.FE. First Club Man-" I don'tjee how you dare to niee tCutte- thetailor, when you owe hit such a tremendous bill." Snconrd C'lub Man--' You don't? Well, let me tell you the sectet. It: has just been deciied in court that to dun - a man on the street constitutes an assault and readtc a the creditor liable to. arrest. III DIDN'T.STrAy LONG. "Launa, why do you turn away from me so t??dly P?" "t;eore, why h ave you seated yourself in.that distant cornetr " e"f To-tell you the truth, Laura, I have been, suoking a : cigarette ? I I--hadn't espxect-.i to call this evening."' "And I hlae been eating onions. I. wasn't lookin...

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THE PLANTER'S HOTEL A REMINISCENCE OF THE OLD ST. LOUIS HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

THE PLANTER'S HOTEL & REMINISCENCE OF THE OLD ST. Louis HousE. "So the old Planters' Hotel has had to close up at last," said a gray-haired St. Louis merchant in an up-town cafe the other night as he read the despatch to that effect in the Tribune. "That's one of-the old landmarks of St. Louis gone. I wonder what they'll do with it nows It seenms only the other day when the build ing of it was begun with much ceremony; though when you come to think of it that was over fifty years. ago, and the centre of the town was down in the river district then, and we thought it was going to stay there But it couldn't. Every thing goes west, even St Louis, and not all ti.e attractions of fine rooms and a a generous table could keep the travel ling patrons, or the local ones, either, loyal to the old house That hotel, sir, is closely associated with all the stirrir-g :Icidents of the city's history. Around it clung all the melmories on which your 'oldest inhalbitant' loves to dwell, and C...

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FRUIT IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

FRUIT IN CALIFORNIA. The good prices received f=-fruit are the best features of the pre-;ent outlook for California. The readiness with which the increased crops are be:ing disposed of at higher rates than before will encourage every grower. It is the: best possible answer to the predictions ihat fruit growing was being overdcne. Hundreds of new orchards came -into bearing this year (I89o), yet there is a good market for all that can be furnisi ed. With the existing demand the coun:ry would take double the product, fresh and dried, that.! California can offer. It i- fairly certain that the demand will keep ahead of any supply that the State can briing to mar ket,

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA s. d.; LETTERS.-Per ounce or under 0 2 .-i i UGENT -LETTE?RS --Per l'tter 0 6:: (inadditiontoordinarypostage) (Urgent letters are,on arri'alat the Post Office in the town to which they are directed, trented a-s telegrams, and.l delivered witj~ the utmost despatch. They will not ie delivered if addressed to ary delivery zy telegralh mnessen ger, nor if addressed to a place having no delivery by letter car rier or telegr.ph messenger.) PosT CanDS ... 0. 1 REPLY POST CARDs ... 0 LETTER CARDS ... ... 0 1& NEWSPAPERS ... ... 0 Boors.-For every four ounces. - or under (up to three llbs) 0:1: REGISTRATIO FEE ... 0 3 PARcsL.s.-Two pounds 6runder 0 9 (each extra poutnd or part, 3d.) BULK. parcels of newspapers, posted by a. registered news paper publisher or news yen "dor, per lb or. fraction thereof 0. 1 (Not less than 4 p;pers in each parcel.) 'PAck{Es. COsmEIInCIAL PAPERIS.-- or eveCry two ouncesorunder(up td 1bs) 0 1 (S~ch'as acceptance?, iivuice...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

George 'I. Si1pson, (Late B ile). & Siipsn), 'I AT I0K 0 H. 89 ERROL STREET, NORTH. 31E L 1OU RNE. Foctbal nUiforms a Sposiality. WANTED--Everybody to know, that if yon have anything TO SELL, a Gd. advertise ment in these columns will often find you a purchaser; try it. REN?T RECEIPT BOOKS, ready printed on sale, 100 in each book, One Shilling each -ollice of his paper. It you want to BUY anything, try-a 6d advertisement in these coluns. It in vari- .i ably brings several answers. The Cost is not much i; try it. -

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CONCERNING JAPANESE ART. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

CONCERNING JAI'ANE;iE ART. "There is quite a revolution going on in Japanese art," writes Proftssor E. F. Fenollosa, who has been a resident of Japan for the past twelve years, and who was recently appointed to take charge of the Japanese Section of the Boston Art Gallery. Like all revolutions, it has kept the partisans to tile contest in a per petual turmoil fora numberof years. For fifteen years there has been prevailing in Japan a sort of semi-foreign school of art, caused by the efforts to introduce the pencil inste;,d of the brush for drawing. In consequence of this, much of the power of designing that was so charac teristic ot Japanese art has been sacri ncd without any commensurate gain, "A strong effort has been made during the last few years to restore Japanese art and preserne its characteristic feeling, while at the same time adopting some of the features of foreign art, such as pei spective. It was for this purpose .that the Japanese Government sentme abroad four years a...

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INTERCOLONIAL RATES. TO NEW SOUTH WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, WEST. AUSTRALIA, FIJI, NEW HEBRIDES AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEmW SOUTH WALES,.NEW ZEALAND, QULEESLASD, SouTHL AuSTmALIA, TASMANIA, WEST. AUSTRA'LIA, - IJI'-. NEW_ 1EUIRIDES . '- .,r AND IBUITISH ;NElW '*." ^'-GUISEA. ;-.'>,J { LTTrrRns.--Per 1 ounce or uaderO2 0 " Po'er CARDS : ; ... '0 10 REPLY POST CnDS ".: ... .0 2 LETT?R CARDS to N . S ales, S. Australia, Queenshiid, Tas mania, W. Australia .. 0 1. To New Zealaud and Fiji 0 2s BooRs.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to tlnhree lbs)...... 0 1 NEWSPAPERS - ... .'..- 0 1. REGISTRATION FEE ... . .... O 3 BULK parcels of ncwspIaperI-'st-' ed by a registcrd newspajper publisher or new svendor, per lb or fraction thereof ... 0 1 PARCEL POST.-TOS. Austrhli.t, Queensland, Newn Zealand, Tasmania, and VW. Aust iia only.-Per Ib or under 0 8 . Each additional lb; or under (up to 11 bs)h.. .... 0 6 .P.? flr.If, CONI MI RCL PHPEIts " AND P11%: TED PaP IAS.-Per - everyl Lo ounces, or unduer (up to 411s) .O 1 (Items seL Victoria) PATTERNS, s;amples; packets of mcrclmandise;. &amp...

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"One Touch of Nature." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

"One Touch of Nature." When the Georgia farmers and ed (tors were in Ohio, Mr. Ben Russell. o1 the Bainbridge Democrat, made short speech, in which he alluded to the fact that he had fought at Gettysburg. . short time after a lady approached Editor Wrench, of the Dalton Argus, and with 'evident emotion asked him: "Where is the member of your party that fought at Gettysburg?" Editor Wrench hesitated about point ing Mr. Russell out, fearing that undes the influence of evident grief and ex citement, the lady might reproach him. Some one else, however, pointed him out, and as the laidy started towards him Mr. Wrench turned away, not caz ing to witness what might be a painful and embarrassing scene. The lady reaching Mr. Russell said: "Did you fight at Gettysburg?" "I had that honor, madam," replied WIr. Russell, modestly. "My husband was killed at Getty, burg," said the lady, hardly able to fashion the words with her trembling lips. "That battle was the occasion of great grief, madam, t...

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HE DEFRAUDED THE BARKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

HE DEFRAUDED THE BAR KEEPER. Charles Gershaker is a man of enter price and would have been thrifty in the course of time if Captain Short had not stepped in and put a charge of obtaining money under false pretences against him on the prison register. Mr. Desabar ke-?ps a saloon. How ever intimate his knowledge of mix ology may be, his knowledge of bank notes is somewhat scant, anm when Ger shaker and his friends bought So cents' worth of drinks from him last night, giv ing him a 5-dolla r bill and getting 4 dol lars 5o cents in change, they got a long way off before Mr. Desabar discov.:red that the note was a Confederate promise to pay. And then he howled, and the police came around and Gershaker was nointed out eventually and taken before Captan Short, who booked him with considerable elation, as the captain has been on the lookout for a number of men who have lots of Confederate money and pass it off on new importations from the old coun try who are not yet familiar with the diffe...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

RIATES LTO : -'?IE UNI TED KINGDOM AND -1FOIREIGN COUNTRiES. s. d. LETrEnsra Eachl ounce or under 0 2. POST C lioS : . .. 0 l. REPLY POST.CnnRDS .... 0 3 Comms-? eIALPx Apens.-4 ounce` - or under. . -... 02 Over 4 ounces,- ut not over 6 -. ounces, .. ? 0 3 Every additiona1 two ounces or under (uP t t sl6o 0 1 p, )'Pct, e 7?,tevevy'yaOounces - or under. (upotlbs) O 1 PArTTERls and samples;Per every two ounces pr .under (up to 1ib) .. " 0'1 REGLISTATION FEE 0 '3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 2" PIIRCELS PosT, wholly by sea.- Each-parcel of albs or under 1. 6 Each addition" lb or under(up to illbs)... 019 LATx LerrEts rust bear full postage and late fee stamp of 2d. extra, and may ;be posted at any time not exceed inc a quarter of an -0hour after mail closes: at cilblLurne General Post Office, any country Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Oflice; handed to, the mail -guards, posted in bag at Spencer-street, for Sydney Limited Express up to 4 50. p.m., an...

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THEIR REASON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

THEIR REASON. Let no man take an apparent compliment as meaning all that it seems to signify until he is sure that he knows the whole story. A well-known novelist was once visiting the house of a kindly, though rather literal mmnae, family. One night his host came home from the office, and said, with a beam ing look "I've brought home your new novel, to read aloud to my wife." "Ah, w-el," said the gratified novelist, smiling, " I hope you won't insist on reading aloud while I an in the room. I'll retire as early as I conveniently can." "Oh, no. we'll read in the library, and let the children entertain you," was the jocose reply. The guest did seek his chamber at an early hour, and had no -soner reached it than a sound of animated reading began to ascend through the register. It continued without cessation for an hour and a half, and when, after a sound sleep, he woke at midnight, it was still going on. " Well, at least they find it too interesting to leave," he said. and dropped off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

Union Memorial Church, - Curzon-st., North Melbourre. Rev. Arthur Wade, 3Morning: Communion Service. Evening : Subject " Kicking against the Pricks ! "

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REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

Ground slippery a Undefeated up to date. Dave Reid still abseit. Three Carlto nasi injured:d Tuckell a trade plngmaotaous. Noonanband Wilson good backs. Travis's pllay on the wing was Al. North fourth on the list-dell ?up Skinner's kicking-off " good enough." Play-fast, furione, and slightly rongh. Livinagstone a " battler for snap ?.sot'D. A splendid attendance insideatas well as outside. "Carbine" Taylor spurting on the wing in line style. A foe-simile of "Joey" Tankard, "?am bo" Mrnton. 1E.Launder a brillia?t forward. Just what North wanted. Marria and Coy worked like trojans-(they altwaysc do. Bert Launder a rover and a -star at that. " Saabo'sa.goal a real ap tiopper - a S'eter Buros"' goal. Tuckwell and the "little fellow. O'Dea could nark over them all. North pltyed nmore together than usual, but not so much as they might. Sieve Rolent's tactics did siot work. A long kick is best. A real ding dong go next Saturday, North if you want ti wii. It is runiuiired that Sicily is goi...

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THE FUNNY SIDE OF SEA SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

THE'FUNNY SIDE OF SEA SICKNESS. "One morning," says Dr Dutton, "'in going my roilyis, after;having had a dreadful night of it, I went into a young American lady's cabin to inquire after her health. She said she was much better, and 'guessed' she would be alI'tr-rt after she got on deck, buit asked me-to stay and 'yari' with her. I stayeab out ten -minute-; when suddenly an avf~ feeling came over me. To'her reques to stay longer, I replied that if I did we should both have to shtre 'the samE basin "-a proceeding which would h-i. been by no means romantic. A Ifi`e conversatio ?.overheard oneevening seems to indicate tsat a sea voyage~s not al ways the happiest way of spenling one's honeymoon :-" Daring, are youbetter ? says first turtle dove. "No, dearest; worse ! What is the use of -iatding a doctor on board who cannot cure sea sickness, darling I" A significant arse. "It is absurd," says tirst t?et~ bve again. " But how foolish of you not to spend our honeymoon on shore dearest ! I ...

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Town of North Melbourne. PAYMENT OF RATES PRICE TO 11th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 June 1894

Towun of North Melbourne. PATAr e F _RTES PSroB To 11th Jl?E. NOTICE. Is HEREBY GII'EN in com pliance with the 68th section of the Local Government Act 1896c, "That no person shall be entitled to be enrolled on the burgess roll in respect of any property unless all RATES due on such property shall have been 'AII) on or before the rith day of June, 1894.' The Rate Collector will be in attendance daily (Sundays excepted) up to the 1st June as follows :-Mondays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; other days, 9 to 9.30 a.m.; and from the 2nd to i lth June (both days inclusive), from 9 a.m.-to 4_p.m, to receive payment of rates. . CHAS. E. RANDALL, Town Hall, worth Melbourne, 15th May, r894. PUBLSHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. S FRIDAY, Tan J UN E.

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