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Council Representatives. (City of Melbourne.) Justices of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
vucncil PcprestttivOss. - (City of..Melbourne.) Ju?stic? of the P1aco. H. Bindorc, Miller-street, West Mel bourne. R. Bowen, 34 effcott-street, West Melbourne. J. Hirst, Spencer-street. WVest Mel bourne. J. McBride, 96 Roden-st., West Mel bourne. T. Noonan, 126 Dudley-street, West Melbourne. J. Arbuckle Reid, King-street, West Melbourne. This Directory wl pc?vt very useful for reference. -
ST. MARY v. TOORAK GROSVENOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
ST. - ARY v. vTOORAK GROSVENOR. This match was played on the ground l fi5ElriaefT I Saturday;and Iafter a very good game resulted in a win for St. ary by 5 goals 7behinds to goals 5 behinds. Goalldckers for St. Mary's: Tromp, McLeish, Nicholls. Very poor team turned up on Saturday. WTake up Saints. Troup nissed several easy chances to score. Carter and Ruthley were the best of St. Mary's at high marking, Nicholls played the game of the forty. McLeish got another goal. He has not missed a Saturday yet. Moorhouse, who has been on the injured list for five Saturdays stripped on Saturday. Coulthard, another of the wounded, strips next Saturday.
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
POSTAL NEWS -:o:--- RATES WIThIN VICTORIA. L ? 'iP:-Pr- onh?€ "or -tridr 0-=. - URGEnT LE?rB'.e.-Per letter 0 6 . (in additionto ordinary postage) (Urgent letters are,on arrival at the Post Office in the town to which they ar3 'iiv, td.,, tr'atesd s telegraWs, and .I , cel d with the utmost despeatci. 'They will not be delivered if al'"",-sedl to perscnsresiding bey.i i- tl.co,din ary delivery by telegraph .mewsen--, ger, nor if addressed to a place having no delivery by letter car rier or telegraph m:sseoger.) PosT CARDs .0.. . RiPLEY PosT C.RDa -n . LETTER CARDS ... ..a 0 ' NEWSPAPEr.s .. . O O . BoOrs.-For every four Oaruor or under (up to three lbs) 0 1 " REGISTUATION FEE ... . 0.3 PARCELs.--Two pounds or under 0 9 (each extra pound orpart, 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 parcel.) PACKETS. CoMMERCIAL PAPERS.-For every two ouncesorunder(up to 3lbs) 0 1 (Su...
LITTLE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
LITTLE MABKS. Another victory ! Grant on the job. Welcome" Ssso ! " tough-very rough. Something worse Than the " glue-pot," The Port Melbh. ground. Manton's place kick,. all abroad. North aggressive from the jump. Bobby Grierson-emall, but good Ghalie Coxplaying magnificently. Tuckwell ably defended North's goal. 5 goals, 5 behinds; 3 goals, 7behinds Barrackere rejoicing at Sisso's" return. Webb a good grafter---improving woner Jw nd r u n derstan d s th e g am e- an d " Towser " Brownin n regular press-box vi?itor. Graham's play was cons?picuous from stcrt to fnish. " Fatty" Cornelins did the needful for the Porte. E Launder(ed)'first goal for North-please don't smile! Morrison followed a good example. Will Stunckey did a few sprints, and played a rattling game. E. Lamnder in grand Dhooting form-his goal a "beauty." ODea the best marking man playing this season. 'The fairest, too. North shswing a good examnple in the way of commencing play. Ports won the toss; North won the match; ...
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 — 29 June 1894
INTERCOLONIAL RATESB. To Na Sour WALEs, New ZeALAmC, QvEss.~mD, Souea AusTRAwA, TjaIssAa, WEST. AUSTRALu, iFxI, NEW HsBRIDwE AND BarrIsu New Gum &. s. d. LET ret? e.--Per . ounce or under 0 2 PoSTrr s ... ... 0I1 REPLY POSTr CARDS ... 0 S LETTErn CARDS to I. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland, Tas mania, W. Australia ... 0 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2 Booxsi-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three lbs)... ... O 1 1 EWSPAPERS ... 0 0 REGISI'RATIO FEE... ... 3 . BULK parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per ib or fraction thereof ... 0 - ARCE. PoST.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia only.-Per lb or under 0 8 Each additional lb, or under (up to 11 bs) ... ... 06 PACKETS. COMMrRCIAL PAPERS AND PRIN TEDIPAPERs.-Per every two ounces or under (up to 4lbs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PATTrEn s, samples, packets of merbhandise, &c.-Per every two unces or under (up to lb) 0 1
Football. NORTH V. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
Football. NORTH V. PORT MELBOURNE. On Saturday last the North '3elbourne footballers made their way to Port Mel bourne, to try conclusions with the local twenty. The heavy rain the previous night and the best part of Saturday, made the ground very slippery and good foot ball impossible. The attendance was fair, considering the inclemency of the weather. The Northerners. on the bounce, asserted themselves, and in fine style worked the blll up to the Ports citadel, when Manton passed to E. Launder who kicked asplen did goal Ina very short time North again attacked, and Morrison kicked second goal. The game was now up and down the ground, when at last Cornelius got pos session and registered first goal for Ports From this out to the three-quarter time the Ports had far the best of the play, the only good work don. by the North was a beautiful goal kicked, by Jimmy Grant, and the tine style in which Tuckville do fended his club's goal. This player was right in goal when the ball was goi...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
RATES TOO' THE UANIT(D KIý4GDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s.d. LxLrEEs.-Each 1 ounce or under 0 2 " PoSTr diARS .. ... 0 : REPL" !PosCR Cans ... 3 NE'WSPAPEES 0 1 Com02MrEc.IAL PAPERS.-.- ounces or under... ... ... . 2. Ovei 4 ounces, but not over 6 ouncs ... ... .. 0 3 Eveiy additional two ounces or under (up to 41Rs) ... 0.1 PRIirED PAPERS(other than news papeis).-Pser every: twoounces or u4der (up to 4lbs) ... 0 1 PATrERNS and samples.Per every two ýunces or under (up to 11b) ... .... ... o 01 REGISTATIO FEE ... 0 3 Ackno,'iedgement of delivery of a registerud article ... 0 2) PARCEMs PosT, wholly by sea. Each! parcel of 21bs or under I 6 ,Each additional lb or under(yp to 1.' bs)... ...... 0 9 LATE I; ITERS must bear full posage and late: fee stamp of 2d. extras and may be posted at any time not exceed. ing a ,yýýarter of an hour after mail closes; !at Mielbourne General Posh Office, any country Po.t Office, Rail way trarelling Post Office; handed: to the ma'l guards, posted in bag...
FOREIGN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
FOREIGN ITEMES. ? There are 322 beet-sugar factories in Eunropean-nRussia. Co-operative farming is suggested in Scotland, the idea being to rent farm lands on long leases in perference to buying them. It is thonugh this can be done with a capital af £10 per acre, to stiock and start the farm. From the Gambia there are ),.003 tcns of ground nut annually exported. mostly to Larseilles, where the oil isex?racte?. Bice, cotton, maize, and a grain known? as Lous are also largely grown in Gasmba, and the r?bber tree is now being exteneively culti cated
THE FARM. THE SOW AT FARROWING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
T SOW. AT. FArliOWING TI.fE Tea degree of carelessness orneglect shown by many swine raising farmers in the matter of earing for sows at. ?nd abort farrowing time is sitply amazing. To select the best from perhaps many litters, keep them natil old enough to breed, incurring the risk and chief expences necessary.-t their pro ducing from five to a dozen vigorous pigs, and then,at the critical time of oil the year, let them, by neglect or mismau~gement,lose all, or most of what the futs:re profit depends on, is lamentable.. It is too often what causes the profit and !ess account to balance 'arious sby which disaster s madae before ELnd such times. One of them is permitting lows that are well along in far row, to run, or bed with other stock. This practice renders the saws liable to injuries, such as being hooked by cattle, kicked, struck or chased by colts, mules or horses; piling up in nests or straw sta-s? with other hogs. Other evils are, allowing them to travel considerable distanc...
Official Municipal Directory. TOWN OF NORTH MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
Official Municipal Directory. TOWN or NOR il:M1LBQURNE . . -- t Mr. : S: P. Reynolds, Sydneyi?ro Parkville. MYOR. Mr. J. I?-LGardiner, Leveson :?t eet North Melbourne. COVNCILLORS. EASTERn WAP.D. J. H. Gardiner, Leveson-street, .iorlth Melbonrne. . - .. T. Caine, Cliapniau.ssreet, N orth Mel bourne. J. Barwise, Cliapnm:i-street, 'orth Melbourne. MIDDLE WARD. G. Carter, Flemingtoni-road, Nrth Melbourne. T. Fogarty, Chetwynd-street, Northi Mell nurne. T. Pilkington, Flemington-road, North Melbourne. WESTERN WARD. P. Costelloe, 70 Canning-st. Hotha, i Hill. J.. C. Steel, Kensington -Ta nery; Macaulay-road. J. G. Petrie, Abbotsro. c-street; -North Melbourne. . Town Cler k. C. E. Randall, 255 Dryburgh-street, North Melbourne. Assistant Town Clerk. H. Randall, 255 Dryburgh-street, Nth. Melbourne. u.ditors. Local: Thomr s Tillev. Government: H. F. Horrell. ato Coflector. J. Kearney, Leveson-streeb, North Mel boirne. Representativo on Melbouzne an 3 Motropolitan Board of Works. Cr. J. Fogar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
W. LEEMING has much pleasure in informing the public he has an enormous Stock of THE QUEEN BOOT on hand, for Ladies' Wear, both Button and Lace, 5s. IId, per pair, This Boot is causing a sensation in the trade, being equal in appearance to best makes; " very durable. It is superior in quality to most advertised makes at double the price. For neathness it cannot be sur passed, having a neat toecap and golosh, making a splendid Dress Boot at the Ridiculously Lowi Price of 5s. 11d per pair, either Button or Lace. One glance at the Boot is sufficient to induce buyers to purchase, in this long felt want, a good and dressy Boot at a Low Price. TIlE COLONNADE BOOT BAZAAR, 1 ERROL STREET, NoR'I H MmJuBORN . SFOR SM .". Tailoring t at PF leases VISIT Lp IWf. BoSPROTS & S Tailors cnd Woollen Ierchants. The Pick of the Season for Summer Suits at £2 tos. f_ = 223 VICTORIA STREET, . Dcors aBORve Old Shop. Taiarnag zhat e!case: Four Dcors above Old Shop. 4 r A?, o.3 . MOSLEY, "GLOBE BRAND...
History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria Continued. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
History of the - Women 's Franchise Movement in: -Victoria . BY S. BARKER, J.P. CLontinued. Those whose politicalinbreathings are for right actions are not for divorcement i of words and deeds. Whose political obliquity is nob so dense but that they can be arousea to understand that a wring done to ?ne is a wrong done to For the inte dependence of Social life is such that nojclass in the community can stand alone. Two points re very clear in this De claration of In lependence, namely : lst-That kovernments derive their powers from tle consent of the gover ned. 2nd-And hat taxation without re presentation ig robbery. They that ac cept this mustI concede what follows- that those who are governed and pay taxes have a right to representation and. a v o te;. ' .. . , " -. - - This is a concrete idea, basedapca that c&.ncordarit justice which, phtting aside abstract principles and prejudices, asks the question-Is it right and just 1 ' Who yield to norie in earnest love, Of freedom...
Science. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
dctence. The reccat death of Professor Fleeming Tenkin, of tle University of Edinburgh, is a notable ione to the British Engineer-ng science. Professor Jenkin was born in 1833, and obtained, his education in Scotland, Ger many, Italy and France. His engineering studies were: begun at Marseilles, but his oeademic degree of Master of Arts was re ceived from the University of Genoa. In 1859 hs had sntire charge of testing the first Atlantic telegraph cable. In 1865 he becams a fellow of tie Royal Society and Profesert of Engineerng at University College, Lon don, and three years later he was chosen to the like prof ssorship at Edinburgh. He was deeply inter E sted in eanitary science, and was also well inf.rmed a. a naturalist. Evidence of this latter fact is to be found in the statement o: the London Times that the late Mi. Dar-vin was led to modify some of his views in :onsequence of criticism of his work o0 the origin of species, in one of the quarterly m::;mines, from the pen of Pr...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
COOKERY.. CmcIrt OmEnsET.-To the plain omelet add a cupful of chopped -white meat. of chicken, which has been previously cooked in a cream sauce, made this way: A pint of cream or milk, thickened with a paste. of butter and tablespoonful of flour seasoned well with salt and pepper. Yonsshtxr: PUDDIGo. - Five tablespoon fius of flour, pinch of salt, and pint of new milk, two eggs. Put flour and salt into a bowl, add slowly the milk to make a smooth' batter, then add the eggs, previously well beaten. Fat should be put into the tin and allowed to come to boil; the batter is then to be poured in and baked twenty minutes in a hot oven. Can be finished under the joint if desired. JELYa CuEESE.-Two sets of pigs' feet put into hot, salted water, sufficient to cover them; boil slowly until the meat falls froml the bone. Then put the foot on-a dish and take out all the bones; c-t the meat into small pieces and return ·to the kettle in which they were boiled, with the liquor ; then season with...
Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
Anniversary. The anniversary of the West 31el bourne Baptist Mission School on Sun day, 17th inst., in the Friendly Socities' Hall, Queensberry-street. The service was commenced at 3 p.m. The pastor, Rev. E. Isaac-as leader of the meeting, assisted by MIr. Lake (evangelist, lately from England)-addressed the scholars and a large and attentive audience of parents and friends. Special hymns were sung by the scholars ; also many other items, among wthich was a solo by Mr. Whitcrot; and a piece by the teachers: "We Gather in the Children from Every Street and Lane," being very appropriate fcr the occasion. Altogether a most profitable and en. joyable evening sas spent. On the following Tuesday, the teachers provided a tea for the scholars in the Lectrre Hall, at the rear of the church ; and at half-past six. 130 were seated, gladly partaking ,-f the bounte ous supply of good things; and, if nt?t known by experieno,, on-' glance i., that Iroom would quite convince the inquirer that a goo...
AN UNGALLANT PROFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
' AN UNGALLANT PROFESSOR, A savant was out at a social gathering the 'otherevcning, where he was so unfortunate as to becomel eated behind r party of viva clous young ladies. Conv..rsation turned, upon athletic subjects, when one pert young miss inquired : " Professor, what is your favourite ezer cise ?" "Oh, I have no preferen:e; but just at present I should prefer dumb belles," was the rather curt reply. The fellow who took offerco has not yet returned it. The man who saw the loke, it is said, used a spy glass. "Is it true that when awild goose's mate dies it never takes another!" asks a young widow. "Yes; but don't worry about that, It acts that way because it is a goose."
Annual Municipal Retirements. EXPECTED CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
Annual Municipal Re tirements. EXPECTED CONTESTS. The near approach of the annual municipal elections is causing a prelim inary criticism of the doings of the present occuoants, and also a discussion of those likely to combat their fiture tenure of ofllce. A' a preliminary, it may be stated that the three C's of the Council retire: Crs. Costelloe (Western Ward), Carter (Middle Ward), and Cain (Eastern Ward). So far no definite announcement hasibeen 'mentioned of opposition to Cr. Costelloe; although it is probable, that a week or two hence will bring forth "a man for the day." In the Middle Ward it is not expected that Cr. Carter will be allowed "a walk over." It will be remembered that at the last by-election Mr. James Bergin cor-tested, with a very close result, the present occupant's seat, and so far as his supporters say, will do so again. There is a rumonr that Mr. V. B. Croclet will also nominate. Should he do so, he will have an influential support. In the Eastern Ward, Cr. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
FeEs Payable "Under p Stamp Luties, Act 1890. BILL OF EXII&ANGE. Bitll of Exchange and Promissory Note £ e. d. Where the amount or value of the mouuey for which a bill or note is Sdrawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amount or value, and also for any fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange payable on demand charges able with same duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Embossed stamps must be used,which may be obtained at ail Post Offices.) ExEPTrIOss. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and used solely for the purpose of settling or cearing any account between such bankers. a. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victc:ia dtrectingthe payment of any sums of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent cr delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to any person on ...
A Peep Behind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
A Peep Behind the Scenes. Br Josnwr Cor . "All the world's a stage, And men and women merely players." Last Friday I had the pleasure of passing through a bit of new experience. For the first time in my life I was per mitted to have a "peep behind the scenes," and the incident w.s brought about under the following circumstances. Some time ago, Mr. Robert Ponting, the sole survivor from the wreck of the S.S. "Alert," was introduced to me as a person to whom it was desirable and necessary that some monetary assis tance should be rendered. A few sympathising friends were got together, and on enquiring we found that Poi ting had been. shortly after the wreck, granted £25 out of the 'Alert Relief Fund,' At the time he was given this sum, it was thought that Ponting, being young, would soon regain his usual strength,and be able to resume employment without further as sistance. This hope, however, has not been realised, for it is now certain that Ponting's long exposure to the elements has...
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, JUNE 25th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 June 1894
';jorth Melbournef Police:: Court. MoNdAiY, JUN 25th. Before: Dl. Lloyd'(chairman), Messrs. i`Barwise,-McBride, Wyllie, J.P's. A OST " PECULIAR DECISION. \The semi-black young man, who had been registered- as a six-months' so journer in Her Majesty's goal, again waltzed before the magistrates, after a week's keep at the State expense, to received the judicial c-ndemnation to which he had pleaded guilty last week. He, Alfred Brown, made no further extenuating plea thean he did last week -that he was drunk at the time when his kleptomonia fit was on, and was sen tenced to six InouRs' imprisoument. Thus, the sentence stands ! If he were a first offende:, tie sentence would hot have been criticise7? but, as it is, the extraordinary leniency of the Bench is a uittcr of talk. PADDY " SPEAKS THICK.?" A driver, n-amed Patrick _McNamara, was charged with using language. which as a rule, only makes its first appear ance when a plentiful supply of the "brown stuff" is in possession. Con stable...