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BRIDAL TRIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
BRIDAL TRIMMINGCS. Fashions for brides are on the whole not departures from simple lines, though naturally they partake of some of the prettiest styles of ornaments that can be devised. A charming instance is a bridal dress in white brocade with feath ery pattern, have a round train and foot bordered with festooned fluance of lace, the same lace being repeated as frillings over the shoulders, coming to points at the waist. Above the frillings of lace are cascades of material, which frame the al:ern`tely lengthwise and crosswise full front, and are caught at one side with a puff of silk, at the other with a sprig of orange blossom. A sash of broad ribbon surrounds the waist, and from this rib bons extend to the top of the flounce to terminate there in liberal bows. Large puffed sleeves; veil secured with a I wreath of orange blossom.
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 — 16 November 1894
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEW Sou'rn WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEENSLAND, SoUTn AUSTRALIA, TAsMfANIA, WEST. AUSTRALI A FmIJ, NEW HEBRIDEsa aiD BRITISH NEW : GUINEA. ' - I. d. TrrrTrg s,--Per - ounce or unmecr_ 2. PosT CADS ... ... 0 1 f EPLY POST CARDS ... 0 2 LETTER CARDS to N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland, Tas mania, W. Australia ... 0 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2 BooKs.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three libs)... ... 0 1 N9EWSPAPERS ... ... 0 0 REGISTRATION FEE.... ... 0 3 3. Buns parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or, newsvendor, per lb or fraction thereof ... 1 PARCEL POST.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia. only.-Per lb or under 0 8 Each additional lb, or under (up to 11 lbs) ... ... 0 6 PACKETS. , COhMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PRIN TED PAPERS.-Per every two ounces or under (up to 41bs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PA"?.ERNS, samples, pac_ lets of merchandise, &c.-Per every' two ounces or under (up to 11b) 0 1
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s. d. LETTErs.-Each 4 ounce or under 0 21j Posr CAnDS 0 14 REPLY POST CARDS .?.- '0 3 N EWSPAPERs ... ... 0 1 GCosnMMERCIAL PAPERS.-4 ounces or under... ... ... 0 24 Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ...3... ... 03 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 1lbs) ... 0 1 PRINTED PAPERS (other than news papers).-Per every two ounces or under (up to 41bs) .. 0 1 . PATTERn s and samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to 11b) ... ... . 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE ... 03 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 24 PArCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each parcel of 2lbs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to lllbs)... 0 9 L.a : LETTrER must bear full postage and late fee stamp of 2d. extra, and may be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail closes; at Melbourne General Post Office, any coulitry Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Ollice; handed to the mail guards, posted in bag at Spencer-stre...
DECORATIVE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
DECORATIVE ITEMS. Very dainty and inexpensive decora tive linen sets for bedrooms are made of butcher-blue sateen, which is embroid ered all over with a design in white, re presenting sattered daisies, or some similar small flowers. Of course, con ventional embroidery may be employed in the case too, but it is not so much in accordance with the simplicity of the material. Each aeticle should be edged with a fairly wide bordering of torchon lace. There should be a long strip for the table, mats for the wash-hand stand, bed coverlet, chair backs, and towel horse screens, which simply means the towel-horse to be covered with 'a lng strip of material and this tied down beneath with ribbons. Any little tables also should be covered with the material, having a deep edging of lace, and book covers are made of the same, daintily embroidered with a suitable sprig of flowers and the book's title. Little silk and brocade bags are made for holding brush and comb, powder puffs, and the like. Pin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
SACRIFICE: oF ! WIF NTER STOCKS THE GREAITET E'AMD CHEAPES.I ALE OF THE SEASON 2 OW A--NOU?,CED; UO SATURDAY, .UNE 30 IITZGKRALD BROT'HER HAVE COMMENCED A GIGAS'WICT REALISATION SALE OF Winter Drapery, Clothihg, Carpets, &c., AT THEIM FAMOUS CAS?E DRAPERY WAREHOUSES, ERROL STREET NORTH -MELBOURNE, - AND BRIDGE STREET, BALLARAT. The Bargains are Unnparaellee! k, Pris the Lowest in Victori In order to reduce our immense Stocks, amounting to upwards of £45,000, and being determined nnt to over Goods from one Season to anothe , we rhtae carefinly 'gon through the different departmentsand REDUCED EVERY LINE to prices that must create Intense excitement amongst people who study economy, and pay ready money. The Goods are all XeI Fresh and Clean. o 1 Lines? ! ?o Bantrupt abbish! In the limited space of a month £15,000 worth of Seasonable Goods must be turned into hard Cash. To effect this apparently difficult task, ordinary sale prices are quite ig nored, and every article ruthless...
SELECTIONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
SELOFTC~NS OR AUTO ALBUMS. Your album is a golden spot, In which to write "forget-me-not" Let us not love in word, neither in tongue, but in deed and in truth. Friendship's jewels shall glisten forever. May the silver waves that bear you heaven -ward be filled with love's whisperings. Flowers of true friendship never fade. Prove all things - hold fast that which ih good.-1 Thess. 5: 21. When you are sitting all alone, reflecting on the past, Bomember that you have a friend that will forever last. ^Re gentle words, for who can tell "The blessing; they impart ? How oft they f:l (as manna fell) On some nigh fainting heart. fay yoiinever change except in name. Labor conquers at. things. Friendship is a golden knot, tied by as agel's hand. May thy life be blest * With the joy thou lnvest best; Friendship, virtue, pleasure, truth, Hover rouad thy happy youth. Our friendshin has budded on earth, ms, ; blossom in Heaver. A friend in need is a friend indeed. There are tears for the many, And...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
URDER OF RECHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets ALTERNATE MONDAY EVENINGS, at 8:1 o'clock, in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Qaeensberry-street, North Mel bonme. No INITIATION FEES. CLEMENT DAVIDSON, Sec., Paris," Drybnrgh-street, N. Melb. BE-ON THE SAFE SIDE. -~-»--- . . "' " ~ '- !' . safe eia --:C anost hbe on t .cio of Warners Safe Cure. Among many thousands of people who are on - - the safe side is Mr. W. Barten, mining manager of Skipton Flat. Ballrat. (Vic.), who saysv:--" Wa aer's Safe Cure and Safe Pill: effectually cured me of indigestion and a bad weak eci , cess of the kidneys. While taking the Saf:.g?ge I noticed d total absence of thirit, and I The.ipv that it would care those addicted to ._acinoraiate use of ,timulante." Another nian 'lio is on the .afe side is Mr. Ciba. A. Peters, miner of TFyloivile, Bruonerton, (N.Z), who writes on September ISth, 1893 :-I was afflicted with Brigt's disease of the kidneys, and, after takiuc 35 bottles of Safe COars was cnred. I am ...
AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
AN ANECDOTE OF, HENRY CLAY. Henry Clay, one of the most popular American statesmen of his day, was travelling somewhere "out West," and put up for a night at a country tavern. "Mine host," in looking over the register, discovered the name, "Henry Clay." There was but one " Clay." Could it be possible that he had this distin guished man under his roof? He was astonished, delighted. Next morning, as soon as the great ima: appeared, the ad miring Boniface bustled 'forward, and making his rude bow, said, " M r. Clay, I believe, sir T' "That is my name," said the gentle Iran, in his affable tone. " Mr. Clay, the Congressman 1" "Yes, sir." " Well. sir I've heard of you;'and I" thought I'd just ask if you wouldn't give me and my old woman a speech before you go." -4-. Hair may be plaited and yet be golden. Man proposes; but the girl disposes. E--ery man has his price; but he doesn't always get it. Tne reason why the laws are so expensive, Cedric, is because they are made mostly by lawyers....
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
HOUSEHIOLD M14'T"ERS.t To Pmsnnvia Tosxa:ýox EOut:iup.Ia number of tomatoes, and let:them simmer gently in a stewpan o0cr a slow fire until reduced to a-pulp lFriiui this squce.e all the ju'ce by pressing "it through a line hair siere; boil it uttil it' thickens, and then pour it into small bottles. Stand these in a large fish kettle or boiler, filling it with cold water, and putting some hay between the bottles and against the sides of the boiler, to Iprevent them from touch ing it or each other. Set the boiler on the fire, and let all boil for a quarter of an hour after the water comes to the boil. Let the bottles cool in the water after tak ing the boiler off the fire. Thei cork and. seal them, and keep them in a dr- place. Take care that none of the water gets into the bottles while boiling. LEosJN JUIc-To prescrvethis,squeeze a number of fine lemons, taking care that they are all quite fresh. Strain the juice through muslin, and pour it into bottles with just enough of the best...
LADY'S BLOUSE, WITH ADJUSTABLE BASQUE. (See Illustration.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
LADY'S BLOUSE, WITH AD JUSTABLE BASQUE. (See Illutration.) The blouse is made up with a tightly fitting, well-boned lining, the front material being full and confined in a nnmber of rows of gathering, which describe a circular form at the neck. A deep frilling surrounds the gatherings, and extending over the shoulders, falls into a pointed finish at each side of the back. A slight fullness is confined at the centre of the back at the neck and waist, and the blouse is worn with a basnue made adjustable at pleasunre, the waist, having a belt or ribbon concealing the connection of the basque or blouse. The neck is enclosed in a softly draped collar, and the sleeves are in approved leg-o'-mutton shape. To make the blouse of material twenty-seven inches wide for a lady of medium size it will require four and a half yards, and two and a half yards of lace, six inches deep for the frilling. The pattern is No. 1658, and it is cut in four differeat sizes, viz.: 32, 34, 36 and 38S inches bust...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
BILL OF' E *.." a ;t o Bill !of Echange and ..- ? -,, WhereEtbie'ai soiutt otrvtluoebf tie moneyn!or hiflits i bil or 'dote i4. .^ - drawn exceeds £10,000, then' fog; every £50 of the stutount or value, , and also for any fro[ational part, of £50 of such amount or valule .:0 i f. Bill of exclhango payable on demand chiarge-' able with same duty as a prolissory note for same anlmount. (Embossed stamps must be used,which may bs obtained at all Post Offices.) ExcsoTPlo:ss. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other baunker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and used solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such banbea. 2. Letter writtlen by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingthe paylucst of any suns of money, tlhe same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being scot or delivered to the person to wholm payment is to be made or to any person on his behalf. 3 . Letter of credit g...
A SHARP RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
A SiHAI RETIORT. A good story concerning a laly of fashion who has gone on " the boards" was told the o'h'sr day. Whilst she was in New York e?e sent for a young American dramatist who ha-t been recommended as a good person to w?te a play for her. :Ee car3ed, and was gir n a seat. Mrs. S. enter.d the room. lithout a word of formality she surveyed hin with a cold Engiish stare, and then awaied clear arcund hin. looking at him the -hole time. It was, of course, eminentl' asreeatle to be surveyed like a horse on sale. but tho playwright stood it. Having com p.eted her survey, she asked almost cou "e:nptr -usly, " And do -you think you could .write play S" The author, who had made severa' successes, arswaed in a ciril tone, Well, I do not know. I dare say I may be woout as competent to rite a play as you are to act one." 'hey did srot come to tr-=s.
Genius and Insanity. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
Genius and Insanity.o It seems to me rather strange that men of learning, even men of genius, should know so little about genius and insanity. Even some go so far. as to say that genius is almost indistinguishz.ble from insanity. Mr. Hinton says-" If there is one thing which more than any other might seem to be beyond the sphe-e of explanation, and above all possible reducing within the bounds of law, it is perhkps the mysterious gift of genius. Almost might we seek to explain creation, or hop a to find any other origin than the Maker's direct endowmenit for that transcendental power, apparently the most unfathomable attribute of the mind." Lord Justice Blackburn, giving evidence before a select committe,e of the House of Commons, said-'- I have read every defi nition which I could meet with, and never was satisfied with one of them, and have endeavored in vain to make one satisfac tory to myself. I verily believe that it is not in human power to do it.:' Very high medical authoriti...
A MISS-PLACED SWITCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
A MIsS-PCL4a?) b5W?E. " Did you hear of the railruld accident to-Eday !' :as a question a ked of his father by Sammy Snaggs. "No, Sammy; whore was it T" " At our ehool The teacher thrashed Jimmy Davis like everything." " Wnat has that to do with railroad accidents ?' "Well, it was a aiss-placed switch wasn't it T' Your practice will kill you,' said the doctor to the young woman suffering from too much piano playing. * That's all right.' she responded spite fully, yours kills other people.' 'Please air, I don't think Mr. Dosem takes his physic reg'lar,' saii a doctor's boy to his employer. 'Why so ?' 'Because he's getting well sa precic -4--- Jones and his wife were wandering among the cages in a me?agerie. "I say, Jones, dear, what on earth has that anaconda tied himself up in such an in volved knot for?" "Can't say, darling, unless there's something on his mind he v1PTV ýl re;lle heir
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
gorth Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, NdVaMBai 12...,. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Barwise, Birtwistle, Carter, Fogarty, McBride, and Wyllie, J's.P. VAGRANCY. John Murphy was charged by Cons table McGlynn with having no visible means of support. The Constable deposed to the gener ally drunken and idle habits of the accused. The prisoner complained that he was persecuted by the police. He had just come out of gaol on MIonday be fore the Cup, ani on Wednesday he got drunk and was arrested by the constable. " A man is no sooner out of gaol, than they are after him again. They don't give a man a chance," was the jist of a harangue by the prisoner. The bench took a lenient view of the case, and decided to give him a chance as he asked, and discharged him. INSULTING iEHAYvIOnR. Edward Hartnett and John Mona ghan were confronted with this elastic charge. The behaviour complained of had I een for the most part toward one another, by way of spoiling each other's beauty. The arrestin...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
: News and Notes. .EL:aCTOas' RIGRTS.-In view of the approaching compilation of the electoral rolls,the member for North Melbourne on "Wednesday night asked the Chief Secretary the following questions. 1. Will he cause instructions to be is sued to all electoral registrars to keep their offices open for the issue of rights up to ten p. m. for seven days prior to 1st December? 2. Will he instruct registrars to keep a supply of stamps ? 3. Will he cause notices to issue ac quainting the public with the date before which it is necessary that rights should be obtained in order to permit of names appearing on the 1894 Supplementary Lists. In reply, the Chief Secretary said 1. All electoral registrars and deputy electoral registrars shall be instructed as requested. 2. Electoral registrars and deputy electoral registrars are al ready instructed te keep a supply of stamps forthe convenience of the persons applying for rights, and their attention will be further called to the matter. 3. Not...
The Red Hill Village Settlement. MESSRS. MALONEY AND PRENDERGAST'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 16 November 1894
The Red Hill Village Settlement. MESSRS. MALONEY AND PREN DERGAST'S VISIT. The Members for West and North Melbourne, Dr..Maloney and Mr. G. M. Prendergast, respectively, paid a visit to .tke Red Hill Village Settlement, Gipps land, on Saturday afternoon last. The object of the visit was to enquire into a statement that there was a likelihood of the settlement collapsing should not Government assistance be obtained to prevent the original vendors foreclosing. In conversation Mr. Prendergast re marked on his return :-I glm greatly im pressed wlth the settlement and its prospects. There you can see 316 acres of as fine a chocolate soil as there is to be found in the colony, to of which are under cultivation. There are 2,700 fruit trees planted also. A siding has been put in by the men at a cost of £300o They have erected a saw mi!! which stands them in at 50oo, so you can see the settlement is embarking on a prospe-ous career. - ell. whnt is the dificulty now ? Why, there is a chance o...