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COLONNADE V. FELIX UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
COLONNADE V. FELIX UNITED. This match was continued on Satur day and resulted in a win for the' Colon nade by an innings and': 87 runs. The scores were as follows: Colonnade -lstinnings. Cody ... 56 O'Riley . ... 98 Morgan ' '7: Fredrickson.. ... 24 Hepburn : * 3 J. O'Brien, nbo out ..;:.8 P.-O'Brien ..- .3 Johns 2. Taylor ... 4. Brealey 5 McCaffrey o -Toital 225 Felx--Isr innings,, 82runs. 2nd ,,. 56.runs. Total . . 138 Bowling.--Hepburn, I. for: 24 ;,-Mor gan, 4 for 29 ; O'Riley, 8 for 36.; Cody, 6 for 40o.
LEEMING'S AND McMASTER'S TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
LEEMING'S AND McMASTER'S TROPHIES. The delegates to the above competition met at the George Hotel last Wednesday night After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, a pro test by the Parkvill against the St. Mary's was considered. The case as stated by the Parkville secretary showed that some liltte irritation had been caused over both the scoring and umpiring arrangements. The actual dispute between the clubs was whether the decision of the umpire in the case of Moore (stumped) and ltebbins (Lb.w.), both Parkville players, was fair, and evidence was called on both sides to allow the delegates to adjudicate on the subject. The match as played had re sulted in a win for St. Mary's by S runs, and the Parkville secretary stated his club's willingness to play the match over again. The St. Mary's delegate said his club were quite ready to do this, but they had the good name of the umpire to defend, his decisions being in all cases most fair and impartial. After a len...
THE OXFORD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
THE OXFORD. Nothing more can be said than that this favorite resort has not "stadiung room" a little after eight nightly. The pro gl-amme is varied weekly, and the best avivilable taleut picked up always by the Cogills. Miss Isabel Stuart still continues her engagement, which, I trust, in the intereuts oY lovers of good vocalisation, will not terminate for a long time. To morrow night a novelty in the person of a ches;apion axe-swinger, Mr. Harry Gibson, who mauioulates a pair of ares as he might Indan clubs, is announced.
HONESTLY SUSCEPTIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
noNF-ifL SUSCEPrIBLE. Mrs. Clover (very quietly)-- wouldn't put 7,3 han;ls in my pock4ts if I were you, Uncle Jefferson. Uncle Jeff(from Colorado)---Hev to, if that pretty gal's goin' t' set next to me. 'Fraid 1'll hug her like a grizzly'f Idon't. A NEW KIND OF CAKE. " William," said Mrs. Bixby, from the headl of the stairs, to her husiband, who ihal:nme hoone at an early" hour in the miorning. '" there is some cake in the pan try-a new kind that I made to-day. I I patit where you can easily get, it." SAlli right, dear," responded Mr. Bixby. " How considerate of you I might have ,eate some of it without thinking." And the grateful husband made a lunch on cold corned beef.
A PINCUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
A PINCUSHION. A little lbo for holding trinkets and combining a pincushion is easily contrived. The box is an ordinary collar box, nicely padded and inished off inside with a pretty lininu. A strip of gold galoun or brocade covers the sides, whilst to the top a nicely rounded cushion is fitted, covered with brightly coloured velvet. A pretty orna mentation of two golf clubs with balls, around which a gilled artificial vine stem is wound, forms the handle. - yTVzgers Journal of Fashion.
LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
LOOKING AHEAD. Mother: "TLaura, you ought to make that o~:ung man of yours go home earlier." Miss Laura: "But we are engaged, :m:usnra, andI don't see why-" M]ther: "You will get him into habits of -rt.yilng out late that you will be sorry for so:me day, after the honeymoon is cver." What letter is that which is in visibkc, but :cver out of sight? The letter I. Why is swearing aloud like an old coat: ,'- a bad habit. IWhy is there no sarh thing as a whcle iy ? Because every day breaks. A Iet says: "She was fair, but sorrow :,: ::acs there." What became of the rest .,:. ?rcess he don't state. I' : ic : a ,ihk . aid the h'use S::c:lasrl:r once boa tel to Doul 1.."r ,il tha~t he was descenelcd from Cardinal " You must mein Line-v Woolsey .,r." was the reply.
GOTHIC FURNISHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
GOTHIC FURNISHINGS. Though this design is carried out on a much larger and more decorative scale than can be introduced into the general example of our Australian homes, it is ueful as a suggestion for many ideas of decoration and arrangement complete in themsel-:es, which could be carried out on quite simple lines in small halls. The stand is made of oak, and highly polished, showing Gothic arches and designs oi carv ing. The furniture in the centre takes on a cosy look with its rose tinted tapestry upholsterings and deeply-bordered soft green rug. The bordering of the rug takes the same rosy hue as tue tapestry, and from it stripes spread across the hall space, where the passage ot feet is most likely to wear out the carpet; this is a plain grey, and covers the whole floor. Again,in unison with the upholstery, is the stair carpet covering the broad, white-painted stair case, which leads up to a gallery, passing around the entire quadrangle, and having issue into the rooms around i...
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTO [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
) POSTAL NEW - -;; ---:o:--- RATES WITHIN VIOTO LErrmRs.-Per ounce or nR UR ?ENT La.ETERa.Pesr leb (inadditiontoordinaryposta?. S(Urgent letters ar,o, arrivai the Post Office in tlh town which they are ?th trjatec as telegrams, and . with the utmost desp;t- - ., wilt not be delivered it . . .ea to persons residing be c,. : tius ordin- : ary delivery by telegraph ess'.en-.:: ger, nor if addressed tea aphi a ' having no deliery by lette-,crl PosT CARDs . REPLY POST CARDS . . "" LFTTER CARDS -... t- . ' ::!O NEWSPAPES ... ... . Boosrs.-For. every four cunce or under (up to three Ibs) 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE ... 0 3 PAncELS.-Two pounds or under 0 9 (each extra pound or part, 3d.) : BULK parcels of newspapers, posted by a registered news paper publisher or news ven dor, per lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less than 4 papers in each SparceL) PACKETS. COMMERCIAL PAPERS.-For every t...tiro ouncesorunder(up to 31b)' 0 1' (Such as acceptances, irvoibdes;' " accounts*, affidavits, examination pap...
LADY'S COSTUME, CONSISTING OF BODICE AND GORED SKIRT. (See Illustration.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
LADY'S COSTUME, CONSISTING OF BODICE AND GORED SKIRT. (See illustration.) The woman who follows the good dres sing of the day, is careful in choosing the style of her dress, to choose one that will adapt itself with all good effect to the ever-ruling taste for contrasting materials and combination of such. The costume which we here provide is specially suited for differing the' bolice and skirt in material, partly full lodices similar to this always adapting themselves most suitably to the arrangement. Of com pletely different material this bodice can be worn as a blouse, and to be less blouse like the sleeves could be of material to match the skirt. The disposal of materials preferred in the instance given in the illustration of the front ot the dress, con sisted of a bodice of black moird, with pointed inserted trimming at the back and front of a thick cream coloured guipure, worn with a skirt of plain green, smooth-surfaced cloth. In the back view the sleeves are in correspondenc...
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 — 23 November 1894
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw SouTr WALES, NEw ZEALAND, . QUEENSLAND, Soura AUSTRArlI ... TASISANIA, WET. ASTA, FI,_ NEW HEBRIDES AND BRITIsH NSW GUINEA. s. d. LwrrS&."Per 1 ounce or under 0 2 PosT CRDs ... . 0 1 REPLY POS'T CA ' ..' 2. LETTER CARDS to N. S. Wales, S.SAustralia, Queensland, Tas-. mania, W. Australia .. O : To New Zealand and Fiji : 02" Boos:s.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three lbs)... ..0. ' '0 1 NEWSPAPERS ... ... 0 " O RalSrsTsrrTIo Fa... ... 0 3 "" BULK parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspape." publisher or newsvendor, per lborfractionthereof , ... 01 'PARCEL PoT.-To S. Australia,:' -.: Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia.. .. only.-Per lb or under : •0 8 7Each additional.lb, .or, under - S(up to 11 lbs) ... .. :'0 6 PACKETS. CoSMarEIAL PAPERS AND PRIN TED PAPERs.-Per every two' ounces or under (up to 41bs) 0 1 - (Items see Victoria) pATTEREs, -samples, paclets of :merchandise, &c.--Per every 'two ounces or under (up...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Ssd. L$Trrns.--Each j ounce or under 0 21 PosT CARDS. .... .;...: . 0 1 REPLY POST CARDS .- - 0 3 NsEWSPAPES ... ... 0 1 COsmMERCiAL PAPEBS.--4- ounces or under... 0 2ý Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... ......... 0. 3 Every.additional two ounces or tunder (up to 41bs) ;..ý 0 1 PRINTED PAPERS (other than news papers).-Per every twoounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PATTERNS and samples.Per severy two ounces or under (i' to 11b) ... ... " 0 1 REGISTRATION FE ... 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 2} PARCELS POST, wholly by sea.- Each parcel of 2lbs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to ll1bs)... 0 9 LATI LETTESS 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 country Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Office; handed to the mail guards, posted in bag at: Spenc...
ITEMS FROM YANKEE-LAND. DULL ALL AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
ITEMS FROM. YANKEE-LAND.. DULL ALL AROUND. "I'd like to have a little money on v',.r account," said the barber, as Mr. Ilardup 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 I but that razor pulls. Don't you ever hone your razors ?" "Not in the dull season." SWELLS PERFECTLY SAFE. First Club Man-" I don't see how you dare to meet Cutter, the tailor, when you owe nim such a tremendous bill." Second Club MTan-"You don't ? Well, let me tell you the secret. It has just been decided in court that to dun a man on the street constitutes an assault and relnders the creditor liable to arrest. HE DIDN'T STAY LONG. "Laura, why do you turn away from nel ?n collic " ' n; rge, why have you seated yourself in that distant corner I" "To toll you the truth, Laura, I have been smoking a cigarette. I-I-hadn't expected to call this evening." "And I have been eating onions. I-I wasn't looking for you, Geor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
SACRIFICE i 'WINTER STOCKN THE GRXATIEST AND CHEAPEST SALE OF THE SEASON NOW ANNOUNCED. OpN SATURDAY, JUNE 30 B ROTHEKR HAVE COMMENCED A GIGANTIC REALISATION SALE OF Winter Drapery, Clothihg, Carpets &c., AT T~R IR FAMOUS CASH DBAPET, WAREHOUES,I ERROL STREET NORTH -MELBOURNE, AND - BRIDGE STREET BALLARAT. -4- The Bargains are Unparaleled I Mse Primes the Lowest in Victoria. in order to reduce our immense Stocks, amounting to upwards of £45,000, and being determined not to carry over Goods from one Season to another, we have careflly gone through the different departments and REDUCED EVERY LINE to prices that must create :ntense excitement amongst people who study economy, and pay ready money. The Goods are all lew, Fresh and Clean. I Old Lines! I oBanrupt rubbish! 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 ruthlessly re ...
SELECTIONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
S>ELEC IONS FOR AUTO ALBUMIS. Your album is a golden spot, In which to write "forget-me-nit." Let us not love in word. neither in tongue, but in deed and in truth. Friendship'.; jewels shal glisten forever. May the sihler waves that bear you heaven. ward be filled with love's wshisperings. Flowers of true friendship never fade. Prove all things; hold last that which is good.--1 These. 5: 21. When you are sitting all alone, reflecting on the past, Rememeber that yon have a friend that will forever last.' '°*e gentle words, for vho can tell i'he blessings they impart ? How oft they fall (as manna fell) On some nigh fainting heart. May you never change except in name. 5Iat-hnrcont*s e thins. - Friendship is a golden knot, tied by as agel's hand. May thy ;ifebe blest With the joy thou 1~ost best; Friendship, virtue. pleasure, truth, Hover round thy hapiy youth. Our friendship has budded on earth, ma, blossom in Heaven. A friend in need is a friend indeed. There are tears for ;he many...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
i WEHR OF REGHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets 'AiTEiLATrE MONDAY EVENIN?S, at 8 o.dock, in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Queensberry-street, North Mel No INITIATION YES.S C:iMT? r DAVIDSON, Sec., Pazis," Drybtrgh-street, N Melb. eE ON THE SAFE SIDE. __-__--_-____, -cns -.- : So.h. o Warner's Safe Cure. Among many thousands of people who are on the safe side is Mr. -W. Earten, mining manager of Skipton Flat. Ballarat, (Vic.), who says :-" War sar Safe Cure and Safe Pills effectually eared me of indigestion and a bad weak cess of the kidneys. While taking the Safe Cure I noticed a total absence of thirSt, and I believe that it would care those addicted tc an inordinate use of etimulants." Another man who is on the safe side is Mr. Cas. A.. Peters, miner of Teyloaviise, Brusnerton, (FN.Z), who writes on September 18th, 1893 :-I was afficted with Brights disease of the kidneys, and, after takine 35 bottles of Safe Clre was cnred. I am perfectly satisfied that if I had not taken it I...
AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 23 November 1894
AN ATECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. Henry Clay, one of the most popular- American statesmen of "his day, wasm 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 man appeared, the ad miring loniface bustled forward, and making his rude bow, said, " Mr. Clay, I believe, sir ?" "That is my name," said the gentle man, in his affable tone. " Mr. Clay, the Cougreasman ?" "Yes sir." . " Wet, sir I've heard of you, and I thought I'djust ask if you wouldn't give me and my old woman a speech before yOU go." Hair may be plaited and yet be go'aden. . Man proposes; but the girl disposes. .... Every 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 — 23 November 1894
HOUSEHlIOLD MATTERS. To Pasanvs Tost'rois.-Out up a number of tomatoes, and let them simmer gently in a stewpan orera slow fire until reduced to a pulp. 'Freni thiG squeer.. all the ju:ce by pressinig it through a fine hair sieve; boil it until 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 prevent 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. 'Then cork and seal them, and keep them in a dry place. Take care that none of the water getsinto the bottles while boiling. LE?O JUICE.--To preserve thissqueeze a number of fine iernons-t?king care that they are all quite fresh. Strain the juice through muslin, and pour it into bottles: with just enough of the best olive ...