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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTO [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHlIN VICTO LETTE?Rs.-Per oence or an UnRGET LarrrEE:.-Per lob (inadditiontocrdinarypost .. (Urgent letters are,,: :-rivaa : the Post Office in t)own . : which they are dh, .. tr.atet as telegrams, andl . . with. - . ::: the utimost despat, , .y will-- - :: not be delivered ii le to gar, nor if oddresacd to a plase having no delivery by letter car rier or telegraph messenger.) :. POST CARDs ... -. (I I REPLY POST CARD ? 0 : LETTER CARD S ... CA s NEWSPAPERs ... .. o BOOKS.-For every four ouncs. or under (up to three Iba) 0 1 REGISTRATION FsE ... 0 3 Pancis.-T?Tvb pounds or under 0 9 (each eitra pound or part, ld.)' Buanrc parcels of newspapers, posted by a registered new.-.. : ; papei publisher or news ven- - - dor; per Ib or. fraction thereof 0 ?. (Nob less thai 4 papersin eaohi :x i\bY parceL) PACKETS. CosrsERcAL APAiss.-For every t'wo ouncesoUi iinder(up to 31bs) 0 1. (Such as acceptances, invoices, ,accon~itsa*, affidavits, examination Spapers (corrections on...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Gazette
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THE BIJOU. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

THE BIJOU. "?Morrocco Bound" goes off to-night after a three weeks' run. Mr. Phil.Stuart has been the recipient of many compli mentary remarks for engaging this big combination for the lijou patrons. His enterprise has proved a great success. The theatre has been crowvded all through the season. The acting of Elton and Shine has evoked rapturous applause. Miss Nannie Harding re-appeared on Saturday night. This young soprano got a great i welcome; her singing wnas excellent. in the great London Music Hall scene 'fresh scenes and specialities have been intro duced weekly. And as lo-night will be the last opportunity afibrdel to witness this splendid opera with its lavish mount ings, advantage should be taken, and a visit paid even if at thae last moment. The prices are only 3s., "s., is., and six pence,

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DANGER IN HORSE-SHOEING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

DAN GEE IN HORSE-SHOEING. A correct knowledge of the science of horse-shoeing is as difficult :?o obtain as knoiwledge of any science, and yet the great body of our horse-shoers are men who have bu thtbe faintest appreciation of the principles that underlie successful work of.this kind. The wearing of anyshoe whatever is an unnatural condition for a horsies foot but the unnaturalness isaggravateda hundred fold by the very prevalent ignorance in fitting the foot for the shoe, and in properly fashioning this iron or steel appendage. The owners and irainers of trotting hlorses realise keedily how much the animal's work is dependent upon the weight, thie shape, and the fitting of the shoes. imut the owners of work and ordinary driving horses, as a rule, take them to the smith and order them "shod!" They very commonly then walkl away te, attend to other Iusiness in the74illagc or city, while the blacksmith rushes through his work and has it done when the owner calls. If the horse goes de...

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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 — 7 December 1894

INTERCOLONIAL RATES.., To NEW SouIrn WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QE. i ?ENSLAND, SourK AusTALIA, - - TAsiaIa, WEST. AUSTRALIAL - Fsi, NEW H-nnIDEs AND BEIursH NBW GUINEAA.. . -: L~TTED.--Per , Ouice or under 2i; REPLY POST CARDS LEar.E CARDS tO N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland,Tas mania, WV. Australia ... 0 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 " BoOsS.--Per four ouncesorunder " (up to threelbs)... ... O0 1 N EWSPAPERS ... ... 0 O REGISTRATION FEE... ... O 3 BuLK parcels of newspapers,post- ' i " ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per Ib or fraction thereof ... 0 1 'PARCEs PosT.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia only.-Per lb or under 0 8 Each additional lb, or under (uptoll1libs) ... . .......0 . ... PACKETS. COMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PAX TED-PAPE5ss.-Per every t o .-~.w ,·i ounces or under' (up to 41bs) 0 1:, (: : Iteis see Victoria) -- , P" rswsS' sajmples· 1radLke(ts '"of •;:,? : ' m~: ehaoi~:~ s~~di~ e, dcd.--Per: every ·:: two ounces or unde...

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Nature's Mirror. THE OXFORD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

Nature's Mirror. BY " REFLECTOR." THE OXFORD. Another roaring bill was pladed before the patrons of this pretty hall this week, The successful management of the Cogilts. aided by their able iieutenant, Tom Per man, is undoubted. Their long tenure has shown the public that it is possible to run a big show, pay good salaries, and rob nobody. The list this week embraced, in addition, the nlames of the Perman trio Bella, Willie,and Per icy These talented young people appear for the last time to night prior to appearing at Sydney fo. a season. Slade Murray also made his first appear.ance with this company. He wais received with salvos of applause. This actor-vocalist is unique in his line. Gus. Bruno, Priscilla Verue, and Provo re-ap peared to a delighted house. Isabel Webster pipes charmingly "Mfy Pipe" from Rip Van Wnukle. Jack Matlock is in better voice than ever, andia well worth a visit. Neva Carr-Glvnn is a young lady co,tralto of a very high order. .Pearl Akarman sings and dances ...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

RATES. TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN . UOUINTRIES. s.d. LxFTERS.-Each ounce or under 0 '2. PosOxAnDs ... . .. 1 REPLY POST CARDS ... : 3 NEWSPAPERS ..... .c' 1 CoritarSERCIAL PAPERS.--4 ounces Sor under... ........ .. 0 21 ' Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... .... ... : 0:3' Every?additional two: ounices -' or under (up to 41bs) .,. 0 1:: PRINTED PAPERS (other than news papers).-Per every twoounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 P ERusxs and samples.Per every l:i two ounces or under (up to Ilb) ... ... .. 01 REGcSTRATION FE ...: 0 3' Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 2?) PAncELs PosT, wholly by sea.? Each parcel of 21bs or under 1 6 . Each additionallb or under(up to 111ibs)... ...... . " 9. LATE LETTERS 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 mai...

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NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

NOVELTIES. For quiet dressy occasions a remark. ably pretty dress is of biscuit-faced cloth trimmed with black satin in tho form of a pointed collar, reaching on the shoul ders, and with lightly jetted bands of net. The collar is of pale turquoise vel vet, and a cravat of cream guipure falls to the waist, where it ends in a full belt of black satin. A charming dress for summer weer is made of a union of green and pink with a cross.cut skirt and full bjdice, the full sleeves having a turn-back cuff of black moird, and a pretty lace stock at tihe throat. Another dainty toilerte of white serge. has the skirt buttoned with mother of pearl, the sole trimming being a large draped collar on to the short coat formed of blue and white checked silk. For a matronly figure, nothing could be more becoming than a dress of black shot gold rep, a design of raised black dots~giving character to the materfal. The bodice has a trimming of shaded green velvet, covered with embroidery; this is arranged ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

SACRIFIET OF WINTER STOCPK, 3EE GREATEST AND) CHEAPST SALE OF THE SEASON NOW AN-OUNGCED.. " FITZGERALD BROTHERS HAVE COMMENCED A BGANTIC REALISATION SALE OF Winter Drapery, Clotihg, Carpets, &£., AT THEIR FAMOUS CASH ])EAPERY WARFEHOrUSES, ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURNE, AND BRIDGE STREET BALLARAT. The Bargains are Unparalleled! The Prices the Lowest in Victoiis. rder to reduce our immense * -;- amounting to upwards of S?, a-:.n.:--. -d being determined not - the we have cerefully gone - the different departimernts and ZED EVERY LINE to prices sust create Intense excitement st people who study economy, ay ready money. Te Soolmas ]ar allwr, Pesih a j C. Ie 1iin~s! ?Io-antnrpt ibis 1! he the limited space of a month, f2i5,?O worth of Seasonable C-oods aust be turned into hard Cash. To effct this apparently difficu.t task, rdinary sale prices are quite ig cored, and every article ruthlessly re 4aced in price, with only one object In -iew--A TOTAL CLEARANCE. The " Ptsblic will rea...

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LADY'S CAPE. (See Illustration.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

LADY'S CAPE. (See llustration.) The most charming arrangements of laces are seen this summer on dresses and mantles. In our present model of cape we give a pretty example of lace trimming, which forms a full frilling be tween the two sections of the cape, and is atteched with the lower section to a plain round yoke. The upper section formsjust a short ccpe, seting--in-ful ness around the shoulders, the lower cape also falling into fulness, whilst again being plain at the top. A high collar, covered with a ruffle of lace tits the neck, and a large bow with lace trimmed ends ornaments the front. The cape is fasi enen invsibly at the neck. To make the cape of material 22 inches wide for a lady of small size it will require 3 and seven-eighths yards, with 2 and five-eighths yards of lace 11 inches deep for frilliig; and, for large size, 5 yards with 2 and fire-eighths yards of lace 12 inches deco for the frilling. The pattern is No. 1688S, and is cut in three sizes, viz.: small, medium ...

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SELECTIONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

BfLETWI1ONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. Your album is a golden spot, In which to write "forget-me-not." Letu not love in word, neither in tongue, bot in dedd and in truth. Priendship's jewels shall glisten forever. My the silver waves that bear you heaven. iard be filled with love's whisperings. Flowfes of true friendship never fade. Prove all things; hold fast that which ii goo&.-1 Thes. 5: 21. Wnen ycu are sittinug all alone, reflecting on the east, Bemembr that you have a friend that will forever last. TT gentle words, for who can tell lie blessings they imuart ? How oft they fall (as manna fell) \On some nigh fainting hearn. Labor conquers all things. Friend.hip is a golden knot, tied by az mgel's hand. May ay life be blest With the joy thou lovest best; Frie-dship, virtue, pleasure, truth, Rover round thy happy youth. Our frinndship has budded on earth, ms, blossomr. in Heaven. A friend in need is a friend ndeed. Tl?~re are tears for the many, And pleasures for the few; Bu. let th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

OF HECHABITE3. & VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets AL TjnATEo-MONDAY EVE.NIL'GS, at ?, ' dod?. in the Friendly Societies' H-=all, Queensberry-street, North Mel bou?ne. 0.-: No INITL.TION FEES. CLE?ENT DAVIDSON, Sec., Pa :is Drybur-gh-street, N. Melb. E 51 TE SLFE 81DE. . ? ? W~g. BaxFa miin "-? o o t m~a er o£kpo, sef -af d -I ? ust ~ 3Toarner's Safe t~Cure. Among many housands of popie *lio are on the safe side is Mr. 17. Baden, mining manager of Skipton Flat Ba!llraLt (Vic.), who says:--" Wn ur s Safe Cure and Safe Pills effectually cnred me of indigestion and a bad weak cess of the kidneys. *hle taking the Safe Cure I noticed a total abasi.ce of thin;r, and I believe that it would core those. addicted to an inordinate use of sti?nn!ants" Another man who is on the safe sidh is Mr. Chas? . A Petes, miner cf Tsylordile, Brunnerton, (N.Z), who writes jnn September 18th, 1893 :-I was afflicted with Brigts disease of the kidneys, and, after takiu?n 5 bottles of Safe Cure was unred - ...

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AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. Renry Clay, one of the most popular American statesmen of his day, was travelling somewhere "out West," and put. up for a night at a couutry tavern. "Mine host5' 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 1 He was astonislhedl, delighted. Next morning, as soou as the great man appeared, the ad miring Boniface budtied forward, and making his rude bow, said, "Mr. Clay, I believe, sir T' "That is my name," saidthe gentle man, in his afifable tone. S"MSr. Clay, the Congressman I" "Yes, sir." " Well, sir I've heard of you, and I: thought Id just ask if you e'ouldn't give me and my old woman a speech bef6r`i you go." Hair may be plaited and yet be golden. :Man proposes; but the girl disposes. Every man has his price; but he doesn't alwvays get it. Tne reason why the laws are so expensive, Cedric, is becauss they are made mostly by lawyers. Mamm...

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HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

HOUSEROLD MATT'ERS. :To PREs v --TosrATrOis-Out up a. number of tomatoes, and let them simmer gently in a stewpan over a slow. firoe until reduced to a pultlp. From this squeese all the ju'ce by pressing it through a fine hair sieve; boil it until it thickens, and then pour it into small bottles. Stand tlhese in a l ;ge fish kettle or boiler, filling it with cold nat-r, and putting some hay betac-n trie bottles and r"-inst the sides of thie boiler, to prevent them from touch ir g it or each other. Set the bciler on the fire, and let all boil for a auarter of an heur aftr the water comes to the boil Let thie bottles cool in the water after tak iig the boiler off the fire. Then cork and zeal them, arid keep them in a dry place. Take care that none of the water gets into tie bottles'while bir in. a number of fine iemons, tdk'igi" care that tlhey e alil quite fresh. Strain the juice tsro?gl? inusoin, and pour it into bottles aitlh just enough of thie best olive oil to over the surface. ...

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TOURIST WIT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

TOURIST WIT. When the present race of " Huns, Goths, and Vandals " overrnn Rome and other continental places, they generally manage to purloin a " relic," or leave be hind them, some evidence of their visit. One traveller, adverting to the latter practice, wrote in the hotel-book at Mon tauvert, a few miles from Chamuonix: Whene'er 1 see a traveller's name Thus etched on window glass, It proves that he a diamond owns, And his fathler owns-an ass ! The miseries of new railways and old guide-books are thus wittily be-rhymed: A roadside station is vexation, Ajunction's twice as bad, A Bradsbawv he does puzzle me, A guide-book drives me mad.

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

~a~ata~i~s, ~D·litmn, i 't I - ··:; L A~imrs QATo Patterns procurible from 21?adame Weigel 99 Swanston sntreetn nau1b.no s :Town HaLL.

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KILLING A MAN. A SOLDIER'S GRAPHIC PICTURE OF REAL AND HORRIBLE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

KILLING A MAN. A SOLDIER'S GRAPHIC PICTURE OF REAL AND HORRIBLE 1VAR. They do not call it murder when men meet to slaughter each other in battle. They simply report so many dead, wounded, and missing. When you fire into the smoke conceal ing the otlher battle-line you firt in the hopes to kill or wound. It is your duty. Battles cannot be won witlhout killing, atnd the result of battles changes the whole systelnof governments. You load and fire-load and fire--move to the right or left-advauce or retreat, and when tile battle is over, you may have fired fifty rounds and yet you have not had a near sight of the enemy; you have simply filed at him, and you cannot vouch that one single one of your bullets has found a living target. Here is a brigade of us in battle line across an old meadow; ourrighlt and left join other brigades. We have thrown down the rail fence, gathered logs and brush and sods, and erected a breast. work. It is only a slight one, but enough to shelter us while lying...

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West Melbourne Baptist Church Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

West Melbourne Baptist Church Bazaar. The bazaar, which was under the con trol of the Ladies' Dorcas Society in con nection with the church, and superin tended by iIrs. S. R. Isaacs, was in aid of the church funds, was opened on Satur day afternoon last punctually at 3 o'clock, by Mrs. G. P. Barber, who delivered her address to an appreciative audience. She expressed her pleasure at being present on such an occasion and congratulated dall who had helped the bazaar on the suc cess of their efforts in that direction. The Rev. E. Isaac, the pastor, thanked Mrs. Barber for hier presence, and also for her congratulations, and moved .hat a hearty vote of thanks be carried by a-clamation which was accordingly c.one. The building, which appears very large from the outside, is not aitogether as spacious as would be desired. The sale-room was very tastefully draped and de:orated, and the various stalls appeared very nice. There wa~s one fault. Though the christmas tree was in a good position ...

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The Farm. PROFITABLE PIG FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

T?The Farm. PROFITABLE PIG FEEIDiNG. The only way to make money in feedin; pigs is to comply with the laws of animal physiology. In feeding a 150-pound pig up to a weight of 300 pounds, the average weight is 225 pounds, while the average live weight of a 150-pound pig is only 75 pounds. Now the maintenance ration is in proportion to the live weight, so that the food used-lost so far as making pork is concerned-is three times as great in the larger as in the smaller. Suppose there had been put up a small pig, and one weighing 150 pounds for pork making, keeping them in warm quarters, and well supplied with every thing required for comfort and growth, an(l feeding them on the ideal pig food wheat middlings-it will require four pounds of middlings to each one hundred pounds of live weight for maintenance, and three pounds more will make a pound of meat. h'ow to make an average pound of gain on each, will require feed as fol lows With the smaller pig, three pounds are required for maint...

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"SCOTS WHA HAE." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

"SCOTS WHA H~AE." The words of this famous song were adapted by Burns to the national air of " Hey, tutti, tutti." It is the oldest Scot tish air now known, and is mentioned in 1488 by Gavin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld. It was the brilliant martial air whose notes kindIed the war-flame in the breasts of Brucr-'s army as he led themn on to the field of Bannockburn. Loving Little Wife.-"But you love me still, dearest ?'" Much-Worried Hus band: " Oh,yes I I love you sk'll, my 'ear 1"

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North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 December 1894

Court'i~G" il~·~j c lsosDA DCEiBER Before Dr; Lloyd (ch#airan), Messrs. Barwise, .-Fogarty, Gardiner and McBride, J's.: DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Thomas Whitburn pleaded guilty, and promised to return on Tuesday with 5s. for the poor box. Samuel Ellard for the same luxury was also fined 5s., but being a resident of another suburb, and sans money, he had to take it out-24 hours. NEGLECTED CHILD. David Loveless as a neglected child, was remanaed for 14 days to admit of the police making further enquiriesfor his father. BLACK V. CHILD. M Mr.-Field Barrett appeared for the complainant Mrs. Black. who was also the defendant in a cross-summons issued by the defendant, Child, whose advocate was Mir. Daly. Mrs. Black was called, and in answer to MIr. Earrett stated that on Satur day, the 24th uit., she was passipg Child's door on the way to Chapman's shbop. Child was at his shop door and boo-hooed at her. She took nonotice of him: and after accomplishing her errand to Chapman's, she returned ac...

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