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HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. :. To PRESERVE TOSLTOES.--Cut up a number of tomatoes, and let them simmer gently in a stewpan oreri a slow fire until reduced to a pulp. From this squeeze all the juice by pressing it through a fine hair sieve; boil it until it thickens, and then pcu it into small bottles. Stand these ina large fish kettle or boiler, filling it with cold water, and putting some hay ,between the bottles ani against the sides f the boiler, to prevent them from touch ingit or each other. Set the boiler on the feand 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. Thencork and seal them, and keep them in a dry place. Take care that none of the water gets into the bottles while boiling. LEzoNsJulc--To preservethis,squecze a number of fine lemons, taking care that thy sa all quite fresh. Strain the juire through nmuslin, and pour it into bottles with just enough of the best olive oil to cove...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
VICTORIA - ALriRauc i '.ock, n n -. Hall, Queentibes bonme. . No IinAnos FxS. CLEMELr DAVIDsoa, Sec., Paris," Drybnrgh-steet, N. Melb, BE ON THE SAFE 8"5 ~_ - --?-- -- = -? -- -. - -Ki ? "L- c_ i'. ,. - -. ?:-? Cut Fig tt I~t:rat (Vic.), w . -e- • Slie Cure and Safe ;tually. mls&lt;a me of indigestion , eak* tePr of the kidney" . 1:''-.:3 the Saofr Cre ! noticed 4 ' .... e of thirst, and L belieHve _tht i s. * clre thos ad.c~.dee to -an ier _ .se.. o stini nfots." :Aith- 'man -wi.l is on the -a~fe didr kMr. C!ha A. Peters, miner of Taylorrlle, iBrunetoar-, (N Z), who writes on Septemoarl8th, 1893 :--I was atlicted with.Bri.tcs.disease of the kidneys, and, after; tkh s itoses of S.fe Cure was nred. I Ziim !..rfeetly snraified that if I had ot len "it eIshould not be alive to day." lUTe are tro cases o-t a. thousan:? • .re youl on the saie aide. oaorself ? YEOuTAN & CO., NORTH MELBOURNE. 4 Enamn elled Cabinets-Bs Tis t. els eniors Mikon N.mr Gelourne and afrozC. .fu di...
LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
LOOKING AHEAD. Mother: "Laura, you ought to make that 'oung man of yours go home earlier." Miss Laura: "But we are engaged, -mamma, sndI don't see why-" - Mother: "You will Eet him into habits of staying out late that you will be sorry for Ssome day, after the honeymoon is over." What letter is that whi'h is in visible, hut never out of sight? The letter L Why is swearing aloud like .n old coat! • h'j a bad habit. Why is there no such thing a03 a wholr Sday Because every day breaks. 'A poet says: " She was fair, but s.rrow !ft traces there." What became of the rest ." the harness he don'i stste. -.,- said a dude, ''nhat kind ofr a wesi deoce do you think would suit mr Y" "Sotne thing like a flat, I should say," said thehouse - agent. A haberdasher onurs boasted to Douglas Jerrold that he was descended from Cardinas; Wolsey. "You must mean ingey Woolsey JZ;" was the zegly.
AN ANECDOTE OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
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. Nexlt 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 ?' "That is my name," said the ,entle man, in his affable tone. "U Mr. Clay, the Congressman 1" "Yes, air." " Well, sir I've hetri of you, and I thought I'djust ask if you wouldn't give ma and my old woman a speech before you go." Hair rnay be plaited and yet be golden. Man proposes; but the girl disposes. Everymanas his prics; but he doesn't always get it. Tne reason why the lawI are so expensive, Cedric, is because they are made mostly by lawyers. Mamma: "I to...
HAD ANOTHER CUTLET. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
HD ANOTHE CULET. The Brazilian nabob, Baron Fereau, who died nat long since, was as miserly in trifles as; he was extravagant in other directions. It was one of his peculiarities never to fee servants, and the waiters of the various hotels at which he sojourned were, for that reason, not very partial to him. One morning, while staying at the mag nificent MIaux Hotel, in Bio de Janeiro, he came'down to breakfast, and ordered a cut let. After he had eaten it he ordered a second. " :aron," said the head waiter, malici ouslys, "it is a custom with us neverto serve the same course twice at a meal." "Is that so?" said Fereauo and, rising hon his seat, he left the room. In ten minutes he came back into the dining room. " Waiter," said he, " I have just bought this hotel, and am master here now. As yiu will not be able to get accustomed to my plan of serving the guests according to their wishes, you are dismissed at once. Thereupon he took up his serviette again, and called to another waite...
Bohemian Cricket Club. FIRST ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
Bohemian Oricket Olub. - FIBST ASNUaL SOCAL., The above club bsdl its first annonal scial in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Qelanberry Street, last Frilsy evening. A good number of ladies and ge ntlemen put in an sppeaurance. The suecess of the evening was maeily due to thenontiring efaorts of the treo-anrer and the Lecretarv, W. Rigby, A due: by Messro. Dave Reid and Ryan, was well rendered. -hs follolwing were the principal dresses worn by the ladies: Miss J. Ryan, black and blue silk. ,, L, Jack, lack silk, gold t-immings. ,. A. BRrad, pink crepon, relieved with black. ,, May BRyan, pale pink erep ,n, trim ne d with lace. 3aZr. Geddes, white cstume a,, n, black silk, gold trimmings. -Aia SsSarke, pale green silk, pink trimming .,IA . Brown, heliotrope silk, gold trim. inges. -Jenkins, pale blue, black trimmings ,3ayner. white, lace trimmiag. Srkley white omnlnin. R- aners, sea foam cashmere, realt lace trimmings. -, .A. A.drzws, cream costume. L-rs;Rigby, cblak murvels, jet trimmi...
SEEING A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
SEEING A JOKE. - A well-known writer telli a good story with regard to the obt~senessof r Eng lish people in seeing a jokk e ar?ing occasion once in Iondaon to in trducne two Eniishmen by the names of Christmas and Holiday, he felt that he really could not doso sithout making some reference to their peculiar nasmes, which he did by saying, with a smitPe-- "Itakeityon must be related-to each other," - - - "Eo," said Mr. C te '- o, Ithtink not" Mr. Holiday, who appeared to bethemoref aristocratic of the two, drew himself up in a stately manner, sand replied-- - " I know our family very well, and we have no connection with any by the name of Christmas" - Then he immediately changed the snb ject to matters of business. Some days after, in discussing the sub ject of the wit of various nations with an exceedinglyagreeable English friend, who remarked that the majority of English peopl were slow to see a joke, he quoted this instance as a case quite in point. When he had finished his story...
Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
Australian Natives' A's. sociation. The usual fortnightly meeting of the North Melbourne branch was held in the Mechanics Hall onThursday even ing January 24th the president Mr. P. H. Dillon in the chair.- After the minutes ofthe prei'ious meeting had been read and confirmed, two proposals for mem bership were received and one new mem ber Mr J. Maloney electedand welcomed by Mr Charles Godirlay. Reports on sl.: members and on the last meeting of the Metropolitanr Committee were also re ceived.. Accounts amounting to £26. were also passed for payment. Mr G. D. Cnllen reported on the works performed bythe fete committee. In connection with the celebration of Ja-lzary 26 Mr. Crosbse repcrted that, in company with several other gentlemen, he had waited upon the principal shop-keepers in Errol-street with the object of inducing t?hem to dose for the day, butrthey de dined on the ground that Foy and Gib sons would not observe the holiday, and so alienate a considerable portion of their cu...
"THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF A PHAETON." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
",.THE ST'RANGE ADVENTURES OF A PHAETON." AL..Cuddalore correspondent favours an Indian paper with the following curious account of an accident :- "Tsr. rishd? Row, the Department Col lector of this district, and Mr. Devannyaga Mfudaliyar, one of the renowned gentlemen of this town, were driving a phaeton. On their return from Triiappisioor to Cudda Tieore-eiwrid flsrt.psl tbephaeton got frightened near the railway 0 gate n~the New Town Station, andran in a headlong manner. With all their ability they were unable to control the fury of the animal. A bridge is situated between the bridge of the Gadylum and the railway gate, where thetwo wheeTs of-the phaeton were on the walls of the bridge, while the others were on the road.- The bandy rah in such a dan gerous manner about Sft. on the wall of the bridge. To the great astonishment of the crovd who assembled there, the horse kicked with such aforce, the bandy was sh.ttered to pieces, and lumped into a pit about twelve-feet in deth, at ...
A MASONIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
A MASONIC BTORY. The Rev. Mr. Haskett Smith, vicar of Brasncewell, in Lincoln"lire, is ~said. to have made a discovery of special interest to Freemasons. Mr. Smith has been so jourisig with the Druses rI Lebanon, by whom he has been admitted into the mosjt intimate relations, in consequence of the service rendered by him in sucking the renom of a deadly snake from the body of a popular young member of their tribe, Among other marks of favour Mr. Smith was initiated into a number of mysterious rites, and among these his hosts startled him, as a Freemason, by passing the mosst characteristic of Masonic signs. Hence Mr. Smith argues that these strange people, whio by some are believed to be lineal descen danis of the ancient Hittites, are a branch of-the great Pheniccian race, whose ances tore -supplied the Lebanon cedars to the builders bo Solomon's Temple.
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 28th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
North Melbourne Policeii Court. H- oOiNAY, JAxtiAny 28th. Before Dr.'Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Birtwistle, Fitzgerald, Fogarty, McBride, and Wylie, J.P's. TRESPASSING. Charles Brown, for being found il-i legally on the premises of the Railway Department, was discharged with a caution. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. James Webster and John Haywood were charged with indulging in a free fight in Capel-street, at 2 a.m. Cons table Bennett was the guardian angel who protected them from themselves. A plea that they had, with others, been at a party and indulged a little too freely, did not save them from a fine of 10s. each. ASSAULu Nellie Hegarty was the aggressor, and Mary Todd, the aggrieved. Plaintiff's story ran, that the two were in her house drinkiug beer, and because she refused to drink any more the accused threw a glassful over her [Mr. Daly: Waste of good liquor] and struck her, and then cut up a boa - valued at 25s., belonging to plaintiff, while she was aNay looking fora police man. The...
ORDERS OF THE DAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
ORDERS OF THE DAY. ?: FINANCE COMMITTEE. Cr. Steel moved 1-That £263 18s. 8d. be passed for payment on account of Town Funcd. 2-"That £13 4s. 7d. be passed for payment on loan account No. 8, 1891. Carried. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. Cr. Petrie moved 1.-That the application of W. Hill, tailor, Smith's-court, offi Errol-street, for the consent of the Council to the registration under the Factories' and Shops' Act of his premises as a factory, be granted, the Town Inspector having reported that the premises possess all the necessary sanitary requirements. Carried. 2-That necessary repairs to Nos. 3 and 4 sanitary carts be carried out, also sweeping machine refilled as re ported by Inspector. Carried. 3-That the council proceed in ac cordance with rules 10 and 16 of th Institute to nominate two of their number as members of the committee = for ensuing year, in the room of Crs;.: Fogarty and Pilkington, who retire in rotation, but are eligible for re-election, and to appoint another member ...
THURSDAY, JAN. 31. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
T~wunsrY, JAw,. 31. Befdre Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Bindon, Carter, Green, and WTylie, J'.P, LARCESY. O'Calla n v. Muir. Joianna Iuir was charged with stealing a purse containing 6 sovereigns, a sitver chain and locket valuned at £10, and a ring valued at £2 10s. Prosecu tor saidhe met prisoner, and at her in vitation accompanied her to some vacant land and had some marital relations with her. He then proceeded by train itod crtay and here missed his money. Xe gave information totlr piplice. &lt;Elsard Thumeon, with whom the accused was living, said she brought the locket home, which he pawned for 3e1 Ac~nset said she was drunk at the time, admitted having the jewellery in her possession, but did not know how she got them. She pawned the ring for 2s 6d. She was committed for trial at the next Genleral Sessions. BRTSW!E V. EEWTOY. - Defendant owed plaintiff £32 17 6d for which an order had been made. The clainim was still unsatisfied, and a frsaud summons was now issued....
OBSTRUCTING FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
OBST?UCTIRG FOOTPATHS. W. Miler was charged as above. Con stable Foley deposed to seeing a number of lads standing at corner of Curzon and Prnvost-streets, and on approaching them, they all ran, and after a chase he caught defendant. biller's father, wha was in court, was -told to put is tn the pour box. Montgomerie v. Rice. - Defendant owed for five months' bread, and also an amount of 42s for a social held in the Town Hall. An order was made with 5s. costs.
North Melbourne Council. MONDAY, JAN. 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
North MelbourneK:: Council. MoNDAY, Jer. 28. The usual fortnightly meeting was held ori 1fnday eiening last; atreight o'clock. Present: Ors. Carter (mayor), Barwise, Costello, Fogarty, Fuller, Gardiner, Petrie, Pilkington and Steel. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, and letters sent by the authority of the Council were also read.
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
News and Notes: YOUNG MEN!1 The Rev A. J. Wade will preach his usual monthly sermon to young men on Sunday evening next, in the Union Memorial Church. The subject will be "The Making of a Nation." the address will be appropriate to the late celebration of'our National Anniv ersary. BOARD OF ADVICE--The monthly meet ing of the North Melbourne School Board ,f: Advice was held on Friday, in Queensbeny Street School. James Wylie (chairman,) presided. A deal of correspondence was gone through,; after which the resignation of S. G. King was accepted. There being now two vacancies on theBoard, nominations will be received from the ratepayers until FViday, 22nd inst. :Thellowing4-ficerp were duly elected for th'e ensuing year : chairman, Clement Davidson; corres pondent, J. H. Polglase; committee of inspection for quarter: James Wylie, W. H. Fuller, Wmin. Nicol. The balance sheet for the concert and distribution of prizes was received and shewed a small credit balance after paying all accou...
ON THE STAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
1TFIHB&STAIBS. We --Ier .aE king.tteraiuek n s " On the stairs, e nhifore 1could forbid it. " - Staole is eere yet I aise d it . Ands tiderly he kirsed i - Swfitljehiipocket idw it Unawares. We were talking, after waltzing, On the stairs, I nad said that he should rue it, And a lecture I intended, Which I think he apprehenied; I was kissedhefora l kne~w it, Unawares. We were silent, after waltaing, - On the stairs.k e I had stormed with angry feeing, l5ut he spoke love. never heeding. And omy eyes'fell 'neath hs pleading, All mny depths of lore revealing, Unawares. - a
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
REPORTS. : Tressurer's Report- Receipts. since last meeting, 41 19s. 6d. .. Received. From Seeretary Metropolitan ::Fire?' :. Brigade Board, enclosing notice paper' ' of extraordinary meeting h`eld on Jan' ary 25th. Received. From Mr. Dunn, analyst. forwarding analysis of sample of milk supplied by Mr. Mlanus, and also a sample of rum. It was moved by Cr. Steel, seconded? by Cr. Pilkington. that the Town Clerlk write to MIr. Dunn. asking him from wloni he received the latter sample.'2:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
Go to GRAEAMff.S' Empmorters Id. anu? acturer5 of Boots and Shoes, Oler-t Established lBut & Shoe Shop in Errol-str-eet (Te,'i Halt side, 3 dots fiomr Vit,,ia-st., Tlaut Clrs stop at the DOOR every few ouminutes Try ourGents'Celebrated Bals at 7stta Very Best Court Shoes for 2s 11d P,-inted and Published by A. E. BCRGESS BORN, for tile 'ropllietuor, L. L. BOR.N at the Osce, lo2 Queeasberry-streek North Melbotrnm?e.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 1 February 1895
CORRESPONDENCE. From Secretary of MIunicipal confer ence on Melbourne and Metropolitan Sewerage Scheme, asking for the pay ment of £2 as the council's share of the expense.-Passed for payment. From Secretary of Fire Brigade Board asking for valuation of the rateable property in the town. Carried. Messrs. Lloyd Bros. and McGinnis requesting a license to scour wool at their factory, Boundary-road, North Melbourne. SGranted. From Secretary St. Mary's R.C. church committee, applying for the use of the Town fHall for a bazaar to be held on Easter Monday and continued for a fortnight, with the option of taking it for another -week. Referred to Finance Committee. r Secretary Tramways Trust reporting that the expe?iiture of the Trust rfor - -November was £959 l1s. 4d.| i Received. From Under-treasurer of Victoria, forwarding forms ro be filled up for the purpose of allotting the municipal subsidy. Received. From Public Health Department . From Government Statist enclosing i forms re the num...