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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
THE 'pioll fItllolaT: 811T31E' Published every Friday Morning, = .L Price - ONE PENNY. TO BE HAD FROM ALL N:EWS AENTS. HIS PAPER gives details of all matters of local interest. Its columns are open wide to =he Secretaries of Churches, Lodges, Societies, Clubs, &c., contributions from whom on matters of local interest, will be welcomed and will receive the utmost attention. All Report to be at hand not laterz' than WEDNESPAY MORNING. oo 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000 GO FORE YOUR jeB PRIMwea To the Ofice of the "North Melbourne Gazette," THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN NORTH MELBOURNE. - 0000000,0 0 00000000o A. E. BORN & CO., GENERAL PRINTERS, 102 QUEENSBERRY ST-, ORTH MIELBOURNE. TetterMlea digs Agreement Fornms Prograinrnes ilemorandums Pamphlet - lhow Card~s ]IliandbiHll Caealogue§ Circlnlars JHIlheads Posters Labels Cards Books t?. Etc. - tc. JOB PRI~NTI- at Lowest Possible Prioes. .. . -_: _.:?. , 7= -_ Abcdrtieernents. 8-nart -IAUOiD ? ? IGS. .r HIGA EI~1 1 l-emrat...
SELECTIONS FOR AUTO ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
s~LrC7RBls FOR AUTO ALBUMS. Your album i a golden spot, In which to write "forget-me-not" t us not love in word, neither in tongue, ut lea deed and in truth. P?riendship'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 is Sood.-1 Thhcs. 5: 21. hen you are sitting all alone, reflecting on the past, Uamamber that you have a iend that will forever last. ess gentle words, for who can tell "The blessings they impart? How oft they fall (as manna fell) On some nigh fainting heart. M~ay you never change except in name. Labor conquers all things. Friendship is a golden knot, tied by ast sugel's hfnd. May thy life be blest With. the joy thou lorest best; Friendship, virtue, pleasure, truth, Hover round thy happy youth. Our friendship has budded on earth, ma, ;blossom in Heaven. A. friend in need is a friend indeed. There are tears for the many, Andpl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, mfeets ArlTRNHAEt MONDAYA EvEN GHSC, at 8- I o' dock, i? the Friendly Societiees ifi, Qaeensberiy-streee North Mel - lbounie. No I N ITATION FEE. CLEMENT DAVIDSON, Sec., : SPais, Dryburgh-sfreet, N. Melb. 8E ON THE SAFE SIDE. I f ye '-Tn the. b~.e one t~L_ Warners Safe Cu re Amoag man.-- asnde of pe': · a=> es !. al - ,'POD 11 mining l i?p ";kipton Flat Iallarat. (Vic.), w. ! ' War. er's Safre Cure and Safe . -etually cur&lt;~dl me of iodigeation .. . . weak,:. r.ee- of the kidn?y?. W:: -ang the afe f are I noticcd a totmi -)r'ece of thircst, sad I believe that ;i , tI curs hJcse adltcted to an inor... use of -imnolante" Another man wh is on the 'ate side is Mr. Clbsi. A. Peters, miner of iTyloiviile, Bronnerton, (N.Z), who writes on September 18th, 1893 :-I was afflicted -ith Brihl;t's diseaee of the kidney., and, after takinu 35 holtles of Safe Cure was 2-red. I am perfectly satified that if I had not l=ken it I ehould net be alive today." Tihes ar...
AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
AN A/NECDOTE OF HEINRY 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 man appeared, the ad miring Boniface bustled forward, and making his rude bow, said, "Mr. Clay, I believe, sir P' "That is my name," said the gentle man, 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 mo and my old wommn a speech before 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 always get it. Tne reason why the laws are so expensive, Cedric, is because they are made mostly by lawyers. Mamma: "I t...
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. To PRESEVe TOMA~TOESr.--Cut up a number of tomnatoe, and let them simmer gently in a stewpan over a slow fire until reduced to a pulp. From this squeese all tlhe juoce by pressmng it through a fine hair sieve; boil it until it thlickens, and thin 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 aides 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 hosr after the water comes to the boil Let the bottles cool in tho water after tak ing the boiler off the fire. Then cork and -eal them, and keep them in a dry place. Take care that none of the water gets into the bottles while boiling. LmfEoN JuIccE-To preserve this,squeeze a numberof fine lemons, taking care that they are all quite fresh. Stranin the juice through muslin, and pour it into bottles with just enough of the best olive ...
HOME LESSON WORK. Possible Marks, 220. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
HOME LESSON WORK. Possible Markls, 220 . 1st prize: .Tillielnrin GOlibraith, 180. 1 2nrd piize: Eva Garbeu, 168; Barbaia Gil-. brailh, 108. Dinea Mitchlell, Maian ?loyd, Amelia_ Milehell, REsa Dines, Eva and Edith Provis, EmlHna Padley, Alfred Kolbie. Francis Dineie Jessie Betl Joseph Hand. Mary Padley.
ATTENDANCE. Possible number, 52. Mrs. Williams' class: [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
ATTENDANCE. Possible nuuiber,; 52. i l-s.Wlliams' class: Wilhelmina Galbraith, 50; -elly Garbett,. S48; Barbaira Galbraith, Bella Gardner,. D. and A. Mitchell. - Miss Ford's class: ~Eva Provis. M. Lloyd and M. Padley. Miss Hughes' class: Eva Garbett, 49; F. Sadewasser and :M Padley... e - . Miss Jones' class: Edith Provis,.52; MIaggie Gardner, 51; Lovinia Provis, Jenny Bell, 48. Miss Francis' class: A. Padley, F. and E. Norris. Miss Turner's class: Wim. Donaldson, A. Dines, S. Dines, ?. Padley. Miss Collier's class: M?el Keating, Maggie Moore, Bessie Molloy Mr. Bartlet. class: Frsnk Dines. Mr. Thomas' class: H. Provis, F. Mill, O. Buttls, W. Marriott., Mr. E. Wlhitcr?ft's class: F. Whitecroft, F. Kolbe, G. Marriott, I,. Whitcrol. Mr. B. Whitcroft's class Althert Provis, 48; Norman Lloyd, -48; Bertie Lloyd, 48. SMiss E. Ford's class: Alfed Kolhe;.49; Joe Handi; G. Galbranth. - Mr. Criglington's class:~ . - F. Bell, G. Bell. ' Mr. Malone' s class: L. Bell, L. Handley, A. ?andley,.
REGULAR ATTENDANCE. GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
BEGULAB ATTENDANCE. GIRLS. . Gnuss. Jessie Stevenson - Jeasnie Williamson. Ellen Crampbell Alice Guest Blanch IcFarlane Florence Williams Muande Thomas Mary l1nohan - Jessie Sprout Ida Jones Nellie Jose Olive Riley. Nellie Seator Ethel Joues Ethel Gibson B . " J. McFarlene - G. Jones- - W. Jones W. Campbell Arthur Guest . H. Campbell Victor Gibson.- : G Thomas
West Melbourne Baptist Sunday School and Mission School. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Re-published by request.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
West Me!bourne BauotDst. W-Si;iaohsy ;Scool and Mission School. .ANNUAL; DISTRIBUTION 'OF ' PRIZES. (Be-poblished by request.] On Sunday, 13th Decemlier, ::h?" annual distribution of pizes tok -plac.: There was a good attendan,'e of-p renls" and .friends, anl thle Rev. E. Isaac was. present to dietribulte the prizes to& the succesvfi ones. A donation ,of fir fruo Mr. B. Jones. of Hlsth.u'" Hill, enabled the prize committee to ilhi.ii 4 c,il;,ired picture books and tuooi;luminate-d text cards, for which the ciiisiittee tender their sincere thanks. ' The following is the last of prize-takers HOME LESSONi WORK Gniz..SearoaSrDzvcsxoie `· . r-i Flora Bell Jees eMcFarlaniia Malbel Thomas Moy hOwmean Laura Geslinlgham Lizzie:Hsrder- Agnes Oliver . --.M gie B-owde E(thel Harratt l Hsrr et Geslinghlam Lucy Bowman "NetIl .ji, s Viola Oliver Hannah Bouide o Eunie McBride Mary Dwerryhouo s Lily Williams Laura Pritchard Mary Gee Ethel Bodgerson Roby rseakillie ' Lily Caddeo Jessie Crocke...
MISSION SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
SMISSION SCHOOL. On Sunday last, the children of the Mission School were presented with the prizes gained for home lesson work and attendance during the past twelve months. There was a; small attendance of parents and others. Mr. Mudge, who was the first superintendent of the school, opened the meeting, and gave a brief account of its history, alter which-he presented the~ prizes to the scholars.
North Melbourne Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
Jorth Melmoi r-ne ro;c.2 Court. Before Dr: Llo d (chairman), Messrs. Barwise, Carter, (mayor) Fogarty, MccBride, and Wylie, J.P's. AFEAID OF HIEP. LIFE. .Isrphl Dennis was proceeded against by his wife to compel him to keep th1 peace. She stated that while soberhe wa- slrigli,, but wheir drunk was most vi.lent. After ini'biJg on onednesd.:y lie itterxrred in hi wifr', stall in the ni:lt marlket and struck her with some mueat, e was bounid over to keep the peace fur 12 months in the sumo of £12, uand fined a surety of £20, or go to gaol for 12 months. UNL.AWFUL ASSAULT. Th?n?s Dovle was accused by Andrew MIcCrae, a lar about 18 years old, of assaulting him on the 17th inst. It appears that McCrae's father was pas sing a crowd of youths at the corner of Lthian and Victoria-streets, at about seven o'clock in the evening, when tome one snatched his hat from his head and the rest jostled him and badgered him in arough good-natured sort of fas lion. The plaintiff was on the other side:of ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
News and Notes. --- BIJOU TIfEATRE-Philip Stewarts re markably good comedy company-quite on a p.r with Messrs. l;rough and Bouci cault- :produced "The Foundling" on Saturday evening to at excellent House. Mr. Wmin. Elton's inimitable humour, Mr. Shine's drollety, Miss Katherine Hardy's Sinsottnness, atnd the rest of tile colt pany's fitoling secured a hearty reception for the comedy. Tlo :?he stage direction ofMr.. Elion the succes of the present conmedy season is largely due. ERECTION OF FIRE ALARMS.-The work of erecting fire-alarms in thIe town will be completed in about ,a week. We have been favoured by superintendatt Loughtidge with a !ist of thle points where th;e alarmts wilt be placed. They ate as fillows:-At the corners of Wrec ~xh street and Fleintigton'roid( Alfred street and Boundaryvroad; Howard street and Victoria streets: Couttney and Ar-det' streets; Queersberry and Errol streets; Victoria and Errol streets; Abb otsford and Queensberry streets; Victoria and Abbotsford...
King-street State School [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
King-street State School The annual distribution of prizes at King-street State School, No. 1689, took place on Friday, 20th December. Some of the boys had decorated the rooms with chains, festoons, mottoes, etc., of coloured paper, the general effect of which was very pleasing, and showed them to be possessed of a con sideroble amount of artistic taste. A bout 350 prizes and progress certificates were presented, and the foIlowing are the names of the leading prize-winners: V. CL.rsw Blanche M'Farlane Gunnuar Anderson Annie Levi Ed:uard Duke Ada MDnouald J. Stephens V. CLass Thomas Roberts (DBx); prize, biever medal the gilt of his CizEs leacher, Mr Kemp Viola Oliver Willie Cullen Florrie Seenett Reginald McGie Gwendoiine Jeues tRobert Smith' *This poor led wes buried the day before the distribution, having been dronied in the Yarra. It is worthy of Inote, however, that his prize was for excellent attendance during the preceding twelve months. IV. Cuss Lily M'Nee Charles Burt Ida Kn...
THURSDAY, JAN. 24. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
TaunsRDAY, JAN. 24. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Bindon, Garter, McBride and Wylie, J's.P. TEALE V. HArTLE. An order was made against defendant for £7 7s. Gd. for goods deliveied. U OVERSTOCKING A COW. Thomas Rank was charged with causing pain to a cow by leaving her unmilked. Constable Cahil, of Parkville, deposed to seeing the cow, which was evidently in pain, moving uneasily to obtain relief. Cahil drew the agent's attention to the cow's condition, and received.a promise that -he shouid be milked, but sufficient milk was not taken away. W. Terry, an inspector, corroborated the evnence of the previous witness.. Defenuant contendedt that the cow han ounvy recently cilvcd, and was very very pruLie in mill;. te nhad milked her that morning, and again later on; and she was sold at 11.i30, when she was uilked again. The charge was consideret proved and defendant was oined 5s., with £1 11s. Sd. costs, with a fortnight to pay. FRAEKLIN V. ELLIS. The plaintiff sought to compel the...
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
Of what ought a kite to be made? Of fly paper?.' 'And now that we are engaged, Fred; I only think it fair to make a confession, I love onions.' ' Pa, what is a fool 1' * A fool, my son, is a man who tickles a mule's hind leg.' 'Doeshe ever find it out, pa? 'No, my son, not in this world.' 'I have always wondered,' said the newly-arrived missionary to the genial cannibal, 'what became of my predeces sor. 'Oh,'returged the cannibal, 'he has gone into the interior.' ' Remember who you are talking to,'said an indignant father to a fractious boy. 'I am your father.' '?ell, who's to blame for that?' said the yonngimpertinence;' "taintme.' 'Grandpa,' said Teddy, as the old gen tleman woke up from a loud-sounding afternoon nap, 'if you'd give your nose a spoonful of paregoric, don't you think you could put it to sleep, too ?' 'Yeast?-'Do you quarrel with your neighbour yet about his hen coming over in your garden Crimsonbeak-'No, we're all over that now. ' Buried the hatchet.' 'No, buried t...
SIMPLIFYING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
SIMPLIFYI?NG MATTERS. Pedestrian: "Madam, a boy, who I am told is your son, brhas just thrown . stone at me, causing a wound that is very painful. What are you going to do about it ?" Mother: " I don't know. Have you triad arnica ?" One half o[ the world does not know how the other hall lives; and it ia just as well that it is so, for a great deal of scandal in thereby saved.
PRODIGIES TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
PRODIGIES TO ORDEB. The fashion of bringing forward infant Inosicalprodigies, whlich has been prevalent of late years, has produced odd results. In a certain section of society, one is likely to find that visiting at the house of the pa rents of a precocious child is a thing too dreadful to he encountered save in absolute case of need. The fashion has given fool ish parents licence to put their children forward, and there is nothing to restrain them. One of the leading instructors upon the violin relates that not long ago a womar came to see him, bringing with hier a small and pretty boy. "My son is advertised to appear this winter as an infant phenomenon," she said, with a coolness that well-nigh took away his breath; " and I want him taught the things he ought to play." "Does he know anything about the vio lin ?" the man asked. " Yes, a little."' "Well-anh, how- much does he know?" " He can play ' White Wings.'" "'What else?" "?Oh, severallittle pieces." "How much time have you ?"...
A DAMPENING EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
A DAMPENING EFFECT. A few years ago a certain preacher was in B---, a town in South Carolina, on a visit, and while there was invited to preach in a negro church. As the Sabbath approached, he thought it would be a good idea to a-k the coloured pastor as to the subject moat liecly to interest the conwregation. "Well, sh, mos' any subjac' suits 'cm; my congregation ain't so migh:y hard to sat isf'y, sale. Dey lihcs zortin' mustly, but Inos' anyting wil do-mos' vnyting. How;'om cher," and he lowered his voicte to a cautious whisper, "howsomeber, I tinla I wouiin't tech on de ten comnennd ments. I did it cncet, cah, and it seemed to hab a mighty ;amp'nin' effie', eah "
YOUNG SMITH'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 25 January 1895
YOUNG SMITH'S PROPOSAL Young Smith (who has mustered courane at last, and has called to ascertain his fate) --"?Wil yoube my bride, dear, dear Miss Nellie !i" S'ellie--" I will tell you when we are quite alone." "Alonoe "?n "Yes !" "Are we not alone, nowa,?" " No. Eject my young brother."' '" Where is he?" " Under the sofa." TWhen he has put him out, he comes back an, seats himself. " Not yet, M. Smith." " Why ?" " Open that closet door, na tellmy cister, who is listening, politely but firmly, she must scoot." The sister scoots. Smith (wiping the deathdcmp from sis brow)--" Now darling, is the coast clcar?'" -" Yes." "And you will be mine ?" "No"' I'