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WORKING-WOMEN IN PARIS. THEIR STRUGGLES TO EARN A LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

ORKfING-WOME NP 3t xmEHm sTnooU0mLESo TO 15AB A ' oY. i -What are the wages paid to feoa la la bour in Paris, and dvhaL is the. cost of li; ing? Tlree or tour trades or, more properly, professions are weli paid-consparativsly; but these, in fact, belong to tihe fine .arts. and require natural talent, witlh careful and expensive training, so that they are open to few. At the head of these stands the china manufactory of Svres. Candidates cannot hope for admission, even with considerable interest, unless they excel in drawing and painting, and unless specimens of their work have been approved by the committee of artists belonging to the manufactory. But even with rematlable proficiency (with out which competition is imnpossible), it is necessary to go through technical training, for at least a year, with one of the leading artists belonging to the establishment, whose lessons are paid for at the rate of ten francs an hour. When competent, the work -pT??fr, according to its merits, buo...

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A NEGLECTED VEGETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

A XEOLiECTEI fEGETABLE. PBroccoli is simply a hardy type of cauliflower, a vegetable that in very cold - climates, has nu place, as it canet be grown in summer, and is not as well alapi'tei for autumn as thie improved varieties of cauliflower. In Europe it is largely grown, as there it will endure the winters and perfect its headls in early spring, when fresh vegetables are in de mauiLd.- It may be grown to excelleunt, adrautaig. where there are but few frosts and no extremes of temperature. Sow the see. dulring Autumncultivate tie same as cabbage, and it will pmrfert its _ headsinsprio' %vhen they will bring re muneratire priceas Like all ofthe cabbage S£amil', to lie grown well it.shotmld begiren a -le inep'amiiwell-snrcilk 6 soil-lnx mi in wh. icbkabage can be growisinccessfndly liro:ollfcan, and with the saixe treatment. "There- is blt oine variety tiat would lie profitarole txe-row, the 'White Cape. Of thitherearuinsiany traisi, as there erc - of c.blba;e, without any mmarked d...

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THE EDITOR'S DEATH-BED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

THE EDITOB'S DEATH-BED4~ . Itisapitythe nme of the aruthorot mine following lines on the death-bed of an Seditor, is not aiihounced, for the writer r _ad evidently 'been there,' (not on the .death-bed, but in the 'chair') and his f lage.lation of the chestnut proclivities of the vresent age is relreshing. SThe owner ofa paper lay dying in his lair, And the dew of death had gathered on his brow so calm andfair; Bfut the printer knelt beside him -s his life blood ebbed away, And asked the dying writer if he had a word to say. The doomed man murmured softly, as he grabbed the priumtera fist; "Well, at lastthe struggle's over,. and I 'never will be missed.' I Take a messa?e and a token to that city man of mine, That all his worn-out chestnuts he had better put in brine. -. There's his joke about the weather which he's used these many years, . And the g about the fellow who is always hunting beers. And the items he's so fond of of the man who peddles books, And the chestnut based on pLop...

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Sermon by Rev. E. Isaac. Preached on Sunday Morning, December 2nd, at West Melbourne Baptist Church "AND HE SAID UNTO ME: MY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR THEE, FOR MY STRENGTH IS MADE PERFECT IN WEAKNESS."—II. Cor. xii., 9. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

Sermon by Rev. E. Isaac Preached on Sundry .Morning, Decembacda ;ndi atl Ifrsts J.TrtDltlurn Bapst. C?hr?i. 'AND HE SAID UNTO IE: M?~Y GRACEI LT SUFFICIENT FOR THEE, FOR FdY STRENGTH IS ,MADE PERFECT IN VWEA5 NESS."-II. Cotr. xi., 9. (CGotrinured). Paul would have been a poorer marn without that thorn. Aye, and the clurch of Christ of his day would have lost mucs of greatest value to it, had Paul beea ntiqus that thorn. He thought for a time hat the cause ot tle gospel would lave been better served, had he been relieved from his infirmity, and gone forth to teach and preach with unbroken vigotsr of bodip m.nd mind ; his bodily pleasure strong, his speech mIighty and powerful, instead of people saying about him: "hIis bodily presence is weak and his speech of no ac count.'" But Paul lived long couglh :o atify the Divine verdict that judgcd oth,- wise. We thus find him sayiug : "mos: gladly, therefore, will I rather glory in my nfirmnities that the power of Christ ':ay rest uponl me."...

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JOURNALISM OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

JOUIRNALISMI OF TO-DAY. Benevolent Ibdividual: "You say you are a reporter by profession. Then why don't you work for a living?" Penniless Petitioner : " I did work. I was a reporter on the ' Daily Bugle,' but I couldn't get my money,and the ' Bugle' was alsorbed by the ' Daily Trumpet,' and, before I could present my claim to the 'Trumpet,' that paper ivas absorbed by the 'Daily Tooter,' and then the 'Tooter m' was absorbed by the 'Daily Hustler,' and so it went on, while I was chasing after them. Finally the last one was absorbed by the Daily Graball,' a rich concern, and I had great hopes. But when I went to the editor of the 'CGra ball' with my claim, he told me he ha, never heard of the ' Bugle.'"

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LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

LOOKIN_'G AHEAD. :Mther : " Laura,.on ought to malke that y'Unag man of yours go home earlier." .Mist Laura: "But we are engaged, s.tamma. andI don't see why-" 3IM ther: "You will get hin into habits of csuying out late that you will be sorry for so:ne day, after the honeymoon is over." What letter is that which is in visible, bu: n.ver out of sight? The letter I. iWhy is swearing aloud like an old coat! i.- s bad habit. \1:-y is there no souch thing as a whole :y . ecause every day breaks. Slt?t says:' "She was fair, but sorrow i ft accs there." What became of the rest .i t., harness he dson'ts state. ! -: . t-h; iink 10:.!I suit :lst" "l"?.,'lo - i, ' ; flt, I Ssil say," t?.ac lisusus A habtrdesheir cnce booo d toS Dog.tIs .rr.,abi that he was ,legcnneml fromi C-.rdinia "icl:;. " You must mean Linsey Woo!lsey <ir." was the replyl.

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HOW SHE BEGAN THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

.HOW SHE BEGAN THE YEAR. It was a beautiful, morocco-tounrd, gilt edged diary, self-closing, memorandum, cash account, back-action calendar, with all the modern attachments. Delicately traced in mauve ink Eshe had written: January 1.-This is the first day of the new year. It is a happy New Year's Day. On this, the beginning of a new year, I am going to begin to keep a diary of the events of the new year. I had a beautiful New Year's present. John called. January I.-This is the second day of the now year. I have resolved to keep a diary of its important events. John called. Jmnuary 3.-This is the third day of the year. It is nseful and interesting to keep a dliary of the events of the year, and I an re-. solvhed to do it. John called. January 4.--This is the first Sunday of the new year. John called. The next day being MIonday, there was no time to keep the record, and although the aew year isn't in its firsot set of " teens," yet the diary has found its way into the most hidden nook...

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SCARED BY A MISSIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

SCARED BY A MISSIONARY. Bishop Hannington, who ended a ca reer of good works in Africa by winning the crown of martyrdom, once hada re markable escape, which puts the saint and martyr in a very comical light. One day, when taking his walk abroad in the jungles, he saw a pretty little creature, which came fawning up to him. like a puppy. He picked it up and began to fondle it. \Vhereupon some natives who were with him howled and bolted. Knowing what was likely to follow, the panic-stricken darkies were hardly to be blamed. The good missionary had taken a lion's whelp to his bosom, and the infuriated parents made their apFear .apr ? .t .th e,.c.-r....!h o .hi.ho -? .h.-?-? equal pluck and presence of mind. Drop ping the cub he put up his umbrella and gallently charged the lion and lioness, dancing and yelling as if he had been one of the uncoverted pagans celebrating some diabolical rite. Terror at the hideous sight and sounds got the better of paternal and maternal affection, and ' t...

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Sermon by Rev. E. Isaac. Preached on Sunday Morning, December 2nd, at West Melbourne Baptist Church "AND HE SAID UNTO ME: MY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR THEE, FOR MY STRENGTH IS MADE PERFECT IN WEAKNESS."—II. Cor. xii., 9. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

Sermon by Rev. E. Isaac Preachtd ot. S nndady Mfor;ni, Doefen and, at f1'est .Idrb~wsH~ Bap/idC CklrcA.. r~AND HE SAID UNTO ME: M1Y GRACE . SUFFICIENT FOR TItE, FOR " STRENGTH IS MADE PERP.FECT IN W?L?- EESS."-II. Car. xii., g. (Coni?n ed). Paul would have been a poorer mao without tlhat thorn. Aye, and the church of Christ of his day would have lost much of greatest value to it, had Paul beeo minus that thorn. He thought for a tirre that the cause ot thie gospel would have been better served, had he been rehlieved from his infirmity, and gone forth to teach and areach with unbroken vigour of body nd mind ; his bodily pleasure strong, hs speech migihty mnd poiverful, instead of people sayin" about him: "his bodily presence is weak and his speech of no ac count." But Paul lived long enough to ratify the Divine verdict that judgedoth! wise. We thus find him sayiug : "most gladly, therefore, will I rather glory in my infirmities that the power of Christ nay rest upon me." He gives u~i ...

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THEIR REASON [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 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 minded, 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, well," said the gratified novelist, smiling, "I hope you won't insist on reading aloud while I am in the room. I'll retire as early as I conveniently can.'" " Oh, no, we'll read in the library, and let the children entetain you," was the jocoso reply. The guest did seek his chamber at an early hour, and had no sooner 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 seas still going on. ' Well, at least they find it too interesting to leave," he said, and dropped o...

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EPISODE OF THE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

EPISODE OF THE HAT. . A stately and handsome example of the" well-bred young lady attended a tfheatrical first night, and occupied; with her escort, seatsin the third row of the drchestra. She was so fair to look at that a' large share' of the- audience watched her as she went down the aisle, and settled gracefully in a' chair.' SIt was then observed with misch' inter est' that .she' praised her arms and de tached from her head the fashionable hat that became her so well. Her hair was bright golden,and under the radiant light it fairly flashed in its beauty. :: The old gentleman sitting behind her settled back comfortably in his chair and. congratulated himself that he had been 'placed behind such a thoughtful creaturd, for now he could not only see the stage, but a splendid head of hair as well. Presently two or three young women in the vicinity quietly removed their hats, having noted the admiration that the originator of the scheme had excited. ' From this the movement spread unt...

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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 — 21 December 1894

'INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw SOUTH WALES, N?w ZEALAriD, "QVEE)SLAND, SouTH AusTiuLiA, TAsSaIA, WEST. AuSTRIuA, FaIs, NEW HEBRIDE8 AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA. s. d. I LETERs.-Per ounce or ander d 2 : I OSTM'.DS ... . . ' LETTER CARDS to N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Qfieensland, Tas mania, W. Australia ... 0 1l To New Zealand and Fiji ,0 2 BooKs.-Per four ouncesorunder - (up to th-eelbs)... 0 1 NEWSPAPERS ... ... : 0 REGISTIATION FEs... ... 0 3 BULK parcels of newspapers,post-' ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb or fractionthereof ... 0 1 PAnCL, Posr.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and WV. Australia only.-Per lb or under 0 8 -Each additional Ib, or under n: (up to 11 !bs) ..' ... O-.- 0:?6 PACKETS. - CoMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PI- ". TED P~rEns.-Per every two -2 ounces or under (up .to 4lbs)0.: - (Items see Victoria) PATTENcS, samples, .pac.ets of. merchandise, &c.--Per every, two ounces or under (up'to lib) 0 1i

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LADY'S COSTUME, CONSISTING OF SHORT BODICE, DEEP BELT, AND DEAPED SKIRT. (See Illustration.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

LADY'S/COSTUME, 4 CONSI~WI? OF HOR B D SKIYRD . ~ DEP SKRT. -- S(S~ Ivllyration.) The costume is comprised of a short bodice with fulness in front worn with a deep belt, which draws :the fulness quite tightly into the figure, and nicely conceals the connection between the bodice and skirt The skirt is of Parisian design, and serves to combine a union of materials or trimmmng effects, .or it may be bound simply with ribbon or similar edgings. The body provides an opportunity for the use of lace trimming, whether used as applique or alone; embroidery and pas sementerie could replace the lace. .Tor our front view for the costume was selected a grey China silk, with ornamen parts of cream lace overlaying a cream ground. The back is seen in a heliotrope and blue striped crepon with adjuncts of heliotrope velvet as bodice adornment, aud under skirt facing,the bodice, however, being of plain blue surah, the belt match ing the skirt. The bodice is arranged on a tight-fitting lining, this ha...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

RATES TO THE UNITRD KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. m.d. LTrr~Pi s.---Each ounce or under 0 2 " PosTC~Ais ... ... Ol REPLY POST CARDS .. 0 3 NESW?PAPS ... .." 0 1 COMsEncs,.a PAPERS.-4 ounees or under... ... .. '0O 2 Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... .... ... ; 0 3' 'Every additional two ounces . or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PRINTED PATERi S(other than news papers).--Per every twoounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PATrF.RNS r.nd samples.Per every two ounces or under (up.to . 11) ... ... ... .o01 REGISTRATION FEE 0"3 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 2j PARCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each parcelof 21bs or uader 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to flibs)... ...... 0 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 Melbiournas General PosFt Of)ce, any country Post Office, R?? way travclling Post Office: handed to the mail gus:rrds, posted in b...

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

'I ~AJDY'ST QOSTTc~l hE~: EPatterns procurable from Madame Weige]d, 99 Swanston-astree Melbourne, opposite - Town Hall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

BROTHER HAYE COMMENCED A. GIGANfTIC REALISATION SALE OF Winter Drapery, Clothihg, Carpets, &c., AT THEIR FAMOUS CASK DRAPERY WAR3EHtOUSES?. ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURNE, BBIDGE STREET, BAllARAT. The Bszgaans are Unpamlielea I Thu Prices he Lowest inVictoria. -4- In order to reduce our immense Stocks, amounting to upwards of' £45,000, and being determined not to carry over Goods from one Season tirourh the differenrt depart'nets sno" REDUCED EVERY LINE to prices that must create Intense excitemeat ,mongst people who study economy, and pay ready money. Ii The Goods are all Jaw, Fresh a?d Cleal. Io OlILiies! IXoEairapt Ribisk! In the rI ited space of a month, £15,000 worth of Seasonable Goods amust be turned into hard Cash. To ffect this apparently dif?icult task, ordinary sale prices ar e quite ig mored, and every art' !e ruthlessly me deced in price, with only one ob ject in view-A TOTAL CLEARANCE. The Public will reap the advantage by se curing Winter and Household Goods ati...

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HOW OUR ANCESTORS WROTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

HOW OUR ANCESTORS WROTE. In these days penmanship is not re garded as skin to the fine arts. To write a hand that no one can decipher is no sure and certain sign of a lack; ofbirth and breeding. Nor are letters the serious business that they were, when to receive one was an event in one's history, and to write one a task fit for Hercules. Spelling in the Middle Ages was a matter of fancy; capitals were thrown in haphazard; stops there were none for a long time, excepting the full-stop; and before the reign of Henry V. there was never a scribe who dotted his "i's." When the comma first made its ap pearance, it was in the shapeof a long, slanting stroke, going above and below theline. It was followed by the inven tion of the colon, and then of the semi celon. In the way of writing, William Rufus is the first of our kings, whose autograph we possess. In Henry VIIL's reign the running Italian hand came into ftshi',, before which everybody wrote iu tlhe stiff, cramped style of the black-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

VherI suA01a11? o ilue of lbh ' oney- t\ i iChtl a bill or note it o ~jV iiwceda £10,000 lein Ior edyuoflthe issouli t valise ak9s ol. for any froetioat pert of £0'C ofstrc asmont or valu6 .. 0 1 O Bill of exchange paLyable on dematid obarge abla with same duty as a promissory note for nalle amount. (Emlbossed stamps must be used,whioh may be obtained at all Post Offoes.) 1. Draflt or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and nused solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between sach bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Vic(oria to any other banker in Victoria directidgthe payment of any sum of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent ir delivered to the person to whom paymosr is to be mnde or to any person on lhis behalf. S3. Letter of credit granted in Victoria athlorising drafts to be drawn out of Via. torit payable in Victoria. S4. Cheque dr...

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SELECTIONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

8EPff!OCNS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. Your album is a golden spot, In which to write "forget-me-not" Let us not love in word, .either in ton~se, but in deed and in tuth. Friendship's jewels shall glisten forever. Maythe silver waves that bear yoa heaven. ward be filled with love's whisperings. Flowers of true friendship never fade. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.--1 Thess. 5: 21. When you are sitting all alone, reflecting on the past, Bemember that you have a friend that will forever last. r'e gentle words, for who can tell "he blessings they imoart? How oft they fall (as manna fell) On soaie nigh fainting heart. " oMay you never caange ,. _ot in name. Labor conqom~s~a4lthjs~ '~~·-l~·l ·~oa'ritoldlbsit a gofetitV ted by as ngel's hand. May thy life be blest Wi~th'the joy thou lovest beat; Friendship, virtue, pleasure, truth, Hovrer round thy happy youth. Our friendship has budded on earth, ma. blossom in Heaven. Afriend in need is a friend indeed. There are tears for the many,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 December 1894

OF IE:DHJciTE; -"VICTOilA ,TE ,N -:-",-nteeb: j " ALTiHiNAIS MO~riA-?\tAEvN;st. ,at' 3 o'clock, i= the? -Fr-endly. _ o. is iesks' Hal', .Que n;be ,ry-st3 ,?S4 Iforthl. 3 . bourzie. " abbun 'e... ' - i--'. -o .. , - .... : - _ .* '**-'.-;:.?-- C E ?T . ' S - - e- c ufl: - . .* - Pa. i . s- ?_?:? , ?. etN,.? 1 '*. i----" t W.a Bar'* terS inafe = Tf Cue Cure. Among pa:Cr ~~a etotple abs ,c on Ir |ad $ many thousande of, j: > hmtf." Anot people who a=i on i *.l se i . . the C afe side rs Mr. e;----^ W. Barten, micing . marager of Skipton Flt. Bailaratn. (Vic-), who says:-" War .er6t Safe Cure and Safe Pills effectually cured me of indigestion and a bad weak Scesi of the kidneys. While taking tie Safe Cure I otc- d . a total absence of tbirst, and I believe that it would care those addicted to an inordinate oe of ':inmlants." Another tan who is on the 'safe side is Mr. Chas. A. Peters, miner of Taylorviile, Bronnerton, (N.Z), who writes on September 18th, 1893 :-I was aficted with Bri...

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