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ONE OF RUSSIA'S PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 February 1895

ONE OF RUSS. IS R. When Mine. Plotnikoff,-§ager-and excited, presented herself at the Mtsensk prison and asked to see her son,:th'e? warden, who was naturally a kind-hearted man, tried to dis suade her from her purpose by telling her that her son was about to go to Siberia for life; that he was virtually dead-to her al ready; that he was greatly worn and broken by long imprisonment, and that she would be happier if ehe would content. herself with remembering him as he was in. boyhood, or as he appeared when she last saw him, and not lay up for herself a new store of bitter memoeies by insisting upon an interview that could only increase her grief and renew her sense of bereavement. The mother, however, relates George Kennan in the March Century, would not be denied. She had been granted permission to see her son, and see him she would. The warden then tried to prepare her for a great change in her son's appearance, and finally told her frankly that he was broken down mentally andphy...

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WHAT HAPPENS TO LONDON'S DEAD HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

WHAT HAPPENS TO LONDON'8 DEAD -- -- ---.----HOBSES.- ·-- 7--·- - ' H';:rriotoBath,er, ·Gtited, the succassors of the gT"wJac? Atchlerley, dead some 30 yers sincee, kill 20,003 London horses a yeira. All night and all day thile work goes ,nii. this slaying and dlaying, the Soning and ioiling down, end this cooking for feline fo.l. CGo to any of their depots Lbetween fie anld ix in the morning, and yiu will findl a long string of pony traps r.uld hand or4ts, barrows and perambulatoro, used in the wholesale and retail cats' meat " pro' ~fession." The horse, on an average, yields 2 cwt. 3 .rs. of meat; 26,000 horses a year means .)0 a week. which in its turn means 70 tons o' meat per week to feed the cats and dogs o!L ondon. Tills is not all the meat that is sold, or all the London horses that are killed, for ills horse-fesh trade is large enough to emlrploy thirty wholesale salesmen ; but :wbkiig even this 10 tons a day, we shall find it means 134,400 meals, inasmuch as a eound of meat...

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KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

-, KIhDKESS. "I'll never foret hour kiudnanesa-no, nerer; you're. the first that's spoken like that to me for many a long year, and it does seem to help me on somehow." These were the words used by a man who was leading a rough hard life to a lady who had spoken to him with kindness and sym pathy. Eenthe sunshine of a smile may help another in life's weary way, when the battle seems hard, and the journey long. An in stanee of this is given in the life of a well known preacher, Frederick Robertson :-" A lady told me of the delight, the tears of gratitude of a poor girl, to whom in passing I gaveaskind look in going out of church last Sunday. What a lesson of how easily happiness may be given! What opporto nities we miss of doing an angel's work:! I remember doing it, full of sad feelings, passing on andthinking no more aboul it, and it gave an hour's sunshine to a human life, and perhaps lightened the burden of hnman sorrow for a time 1" Should we not each do what we can to bring lov...

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IN AN OLD GERMAN TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

IN-'AN ' OLD GEIIMAN. TOWN. iT EATSHE5IE 5. ..ACQto,. We consider the Germans to be _a preas tical and busines-like people, but in.many _f their nld cities the inhabitants seem to oe content to live much as their fathers lived before them and to dwell in old fashioned pictures ese o us;es,n t; ouche"byf the restorer. In many- oT°EnKglfl?h to,.si zonvenience and sanitary_ considerations nave fe?:nmved -all traes-of -picturesquea one~uty from oldhouses, and the interest of time-honoured associations has been knocked out of them by the modern archi teet or builder; Even in York and Chester [perhaps the least modernised among ouZ towns) remnants of antiquity have become scarce, with the exception of the walls, the gates, or "bars," the "rows," and the churches. The quaint old houses have - nearly all disappeared, and, as a rule, ugly modern buildings have taken their places. As time goes on the same changes will probably take place in Germany: in urem berg, for instance, much of the pic...

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PRODUCTION OF SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

PEODUCTION OF SOUND. Sonuo tya tbi S4F~ hefscco) isisoro ea bhr binug the air or any other.elastc bodSy to assume a vibrator mqtioi.. Noaol~do?d can beproduced by a body unless its parts be pun in rapid motion. A tuning fork is struck, and its parts are caused to vibrate the strings of a musical instrument, or the parchment head of a drum, are struck, and t;sr partices are put by the blow into a state of vibration. Their vibrations are thon comnsunicated to the air, and the air which is set in motion by htnem ribrates in its tun,. and its vibration, striking on the auditory nerve within the ear, produce the sensation of hearing. That sound is trans mitted by the vibrations of the air is shown by the fact that scarcely any sound proceeds from a bell which is mnug within a vess I from which the air has been withdrawn by means of an air-pump. It is not ;ossible here to say much about the media by which sound is conveyed, but-it must not be sup posed that air is the only medium through ...

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LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

LOO~NG AEA.D MIother: "LaUnrn, you ought to m~e thaL young man of yOu.s go hone eaurlier," Miss Laura: "But we are ene, oamma, andI don't see why-" Mother: "You will get him into heitm at" -taying out late that you will be eay fos -ome day, after the honeymoon is oer." What letter is that which is in risible, bouL. ur:ver out of sight? The letter I. Why is tweaxinr? aoud like an old coat?' 1:'- a bad habit. Why is there no cuch thing as a whole. 4y ? Becuser.soveryday breaks. A poet ays: "QShe w"e frir, but 4~0ono lft traces there." What betam o ~he ?e st ot :-n harness he don't otot. Printed and Published uy A. E. BURGESS ORN, for the Proprietor. BoRN "t the O.':c, "oi QieSCCa. ry-auia.C North Melbeirne.

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A SPEEDY CURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

A SPEEDY CURE. Mrs. Gillypod-" Oh, George, I've meuch a, dreadful, dreadful sick headache! rve been lying here groaning all day, hardly able to a ireKs" Mr. Gillypod-" Indeed." " OUh, so sick I've been. Excuse me foo not meeting you at the door, doear. But what iringu you home so early ?" " Why, my dear, it was a little dull thig afternoon, and I had a bit of luck this morn ing, so I can let you have the twenty dollars you want for that new bonnet, and want you to-" W\hy, George Gillypod, you dear old dar ling! And you'll go down town, and help. me select it? You old precious ! I'll be. readv in five minutes t You are the dearest and best husband on the face of the earth !: Just wait until I put on my wrap and bak and we'll start right of l I can put my gloves on in the car. Oht George, I ama~ happy !"-Puclk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

f THE Biggest ItLE OF TRS XTNTEENTH CENTURY -Is npow yo~eeng -To Reduce of Enormous S of fillinery, SMantles, Costumes,:._ Underclothing, -Laces, Ribbons, 8Silks, Drss Fabrics, Manchester Goods, House & Table Linen, Men's Mercery, Clothing, &c. FITZIIEBIL-D BROS., OF ERROL ST., NORTH MELBOU?,?_ "Will Cfpr M~rvellou~s Sargzainz in -:a-l 'Deparents ! GI14UINE REAISINONG SALE! This is a Gennine Clearance t- cost and under. Having extensive Ship ments soon to arrive it pays us better to realie corst, than to hold over such immense stocks. Ladies! If yon ~ish to lay out your money to the utmost of its pnr chasing eapacity, Come Early and secure Bargains! T e refrain from quoting prices, as they are mis leadlng, and we do not intend tospend much money inprinters' ink and paper (like a number of advertising houses), hut prefer rather to give the benefit Lo our customers. I.TERMfS NEIT C&iS H.;~: Filzeral Brolles, TOWN~ AN COUN~I~TR DBAPEBSC ' 43, r5, 7 & 494...

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GIRL'S SQUARE-NECKED DRESS, WITH SEPARATE GUIMPE AND SLEEVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

GIR?IS SQUARE-NECKED DRESS, ,VlP{ S?AR LTE T[U[l\PE AND SLEEVES. ?The arrangement of this little dress is to facilitate the connection of two mater jals in such a manner that the parts on which there is most wear and tear may be easily removed, and renesed or cleaned. The sloeves and gaimpe are for this reason often made of washing material, whilst ebs frock itself may be of stuF but non washing fabrics and silks are again so as sociated. The guimpe has a fitted waist lining foundation, and the material is gathered on to this, finishing just below where the yoke of the dress will Come. Attached to the guinpe are the full sleeves, that are confined in number of rows of gathering at the wrists, and escape in killings below, the gatherings being set over plain bands to keep them in form. At the n3ck is an upright collar witha frill trimming. The dress Is in etraight length, and is gathered into a broad yoke band, which extends across the shoulders epauletea drooping from the hand over ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

News and Notes. CO3aMISSION.ERS' SAVINGS BANKS. Attention is drawn to the advertisement notililng depositors in the Savings Banks that the rate of interest will be reduced on deposits on and after the Ist of March next. The new rates will be- 23 per cent. on amoulnts up to £Ico, and 2 per cent. over £oo uip to a.5o, which is thie maxi mum an which interest is allo:w ed. REMOVAL--On Tuesday last Mr. D. Loughridge who has had charge of the tire-brigade system ofthis district, was ap pointed to the charge of the southeirn disttict, with Prahran as his head quartets. During the three years which Mr. Loughridge was in comn.and at North Melbourne he did his duty faith fully ald well, his neatly 17 )eatls' service in the insurance brigade, iaking him one of the most expert firemen in the colonies. His valued assistance under superintendent I-Hoad who preceded chief officer Stein, was recognised by the former, and later on by the present officer. It is needless to remark that Mr. Loug1 ridg...

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YOUNG LADY'S BODICE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

YO??NG LADY'S BODICE The bodice is perfectly simple, having a tight-fitting lining with the customary seams and double front darts, the upper part being faced in yoke form, which is further outlined by the material The folds at either waist, whilst the upper partis plain. A single gore fits the material smoothly beneath the arm. A band trimming emphasizes the yoke form and a band, deep-pointed at back and front, envirous the lower outline of bodice. An upright collar fits the neck closely, and the fastening is invisible made in the centre front. Leg-o'-mutton sleeves. To make the bodice of material 42 inches wide for a girl of 12 years it will require 12 yards, with hail a yard 18 inches wide for trimuniag; and for 16 years 1 yards, with half a yard 18 inches wide for trimming. The pattern is No. 1700, cut in four sizes, from 1'2 to 18 years, price 9d.

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North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

North Melbourne;Police Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18th. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Bindon, Gardiner, Wylie, Fogarty, and McCarthy J's.P. VALUATION APPEALS. The following appealed against the municipal valuations of their - properties for rate purposes, as being too high, and reduced by consent as follows: Hugh Peck £ £ (32 properties) from 328 to 156 Daniel Sinclair fr)m 42 20 D. H. Sullivan 200 156 E. Armstrong. -54 ..44 Ty I 16'80- 60 E. Scully 20 18 „ 20 18 J. Petrie - 54- 50 E. H. Simcox - 80- 60 James Madders (3 prorerties) 134 110 E. Kavanagh . 20'- 14 J. Bergin 4 :.-t100 6-.66 Fire Brigade Board 250- 150 T. Cooley struck out ' T. McMurtrie not appearing, his valar tion was confirmed. -.:5. O'DONNTELL V T. J. O'CNl ORN . An order of £4 9s. had been previous ly obtained, an- now plaintiff sued on a debtor summons. There being no ap pearance of the defendant the case was postponed at plaintiff's request till the 28th inst. ISsULTING WORDS. Constable Foley charged Wiliism ...

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

s''Q~t~a~·]l~t~stmr, IL..A.iDY'S BODICEB IG-IRTS DRZE3SS. SPahterns procurable from MIadame Weigel, 99 Swanston-street, Melbourne oppoeite Town Hall.

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THURSDAY, FEB. 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

T;THURDsY;'FEB., a. 15T Before Drt . Lloyd i (chairnian), Mesi. Bindon, Carter, M'Bride, and Wylie, .? , P':. ";. . ··· . S ORD V BEETCHENOW. C. H. Beetchenow, pork butcher, of !Errol Street was prosecuted by Mr. Ord, chief inspector of factoriesi, for. having his shop opened on Wednesday lafternoon, Sergeanst Hehir in the wit ness-box said that he visited defendants shop on January 16th, at 4.30 p.m., and told him that he was transgressing one of the bye-laws of the council in not closing his shop, as he sold other meit besides pork. Defendant.admitted selling inuitoti andl beef in his business, but did not do so on Wednesday afternoon. KHe attributed the numerous failures 'of the butchers to the Wednesday half holiday. He relied on the possession of a permit from the mayor to keep his shop open. Mr. Ord contended that bhe mere fact of defendant carrying oi an ordin ery butcher's business would ferce him toclise his.shop. Mr. Carter, J;P.: " Suppose a man had two shops to gether, a...

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A STORY OF THE BASTILLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

A STORY OF THE BASTILLE. When the Bastille was taben only seven :ere found there, as Louis XVI. upon his sccession had setmany at liberty. Amongst those then released was an old man, who lsd groaned in confcinement for forty-seven !ears. His locks, white, thin, and scattered, !had acquired the rigidity of iron; whilst his frame, shut up so long as in a stone coffin, had grown stit and Eprnlysed. One day ,he narrow door of his cell was thrown wide :,en. A voice announced his liberty, and :.ade him depart. Believing it to be a dream, he hesitated; bu at length he rose up and rwalked forth with trembling, tottering steps. The stairs of the priuon, the courtyards, and the bridges e of endless iength. iHe stopped from time to time, and gazedaZound him like a bewili.red traveller. His whole nervous system was so prostrate lhat hit trubs almost rdefusedtheir offices. When ho ,rtered the carriage provided for him, he telt the motion of the wheels so painful, that he screamid out with inarti...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. SOCIALISM ANALYSED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

Correspondence.. TO THE EDITOR. SOCIALISM ANALYSED. Dear Sir, I have read carefully and criticallj Mr Watt's art;cles which lately appeared in the GAZETTE but have refrained from entering upon a discussion earlier, that I might have the full benefit of the writer'tJs statements and so escape error born of insufficient knowledge. The first pert of his essay, containing as it does Lit'i resume of the Socialists position, offers little ground for citical analysis althouigh the writer draws somewhat upon his im mtagination in assutming tlhat the Piess and the Pulpit would both be under state control ard influence;- this is somewhat ingenuous on Mr Watt's part and shows him in his true light not a: scientific ex aminer but as an avo.wed oppor.neit mnas queradlng in the guise of ant intellectual and friendly critic (there is nothing in So cialistic literatuire to justify Mr Watt's statement but ?o" see passing. o\-erhit. attempted justification of the competitive system which has produced...

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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 — 22 February 1895

INTERCOLONIAL RAJTES. To WKw SOUTH WALaS, -NEw Z ,A-me, QUEENSLAND, Soumn AuSTRAIA, TasMuANI, WEST. AUSrsaxa, Fsn, NEw HEBmIDxS AD BnrIsas NEW' GUINEA. ; s. <L? LxrrfER.-Per ½ ounce or under). 2 , Posr CARS ... 1 REPLY POST CARDs ...-. 0 2 % LErTER CARDs to 1T. S. Wales, - S. Australia, Queensland, Tas-, :: : mania, W: Au.st-lia .... O 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 : BooKs.-Perfour ouncesorunder (up to threelbs)... .... - t lbPan s 2.. .;. nO01 REGISTRATIO. FEE .. ... O 3. BULr parcels of newspapers,post, ed by a registered newspaper - ; publisher or newsvendor, per . lb or fractionthereof ... 0 1 : PARCL 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 Ibs) ... ... 0 6 PACKESv. COMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PrBI TED PAPEBRs.--Per every two: ounces or under (up to 41bs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PArrERs, sanmples, packets of merchandise, &c.-Per every two ounces or under (up to lb) 0...

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

POSTAL :NEWS - :0:o:.- " _____sw~~n v I-or, ' - RATES WITmIN VICTORIA i. s. d. LErrxas.-Per ounce or under 0 2 UaRGEa . LrrETES -Per letter 0 6 (inaddition toordinarypostage) (Urgent letters are,on arriral at the Post Office in the town to which they are directed, treated as telegrams, and delivered with the utmost despatch. They will not be delivered if addressed to persons residing beyond the ordin- ; ary delivery by telegraph messen ger, nor if addressed to a place having no delivery by letter car iier or telegraph messenger.) Posr CaDS ... .. 01 REPLY POST CARDs ... 0 2 LETTE Ovs ...C.. . 0 :1j NEWSPAPERs 0 0b BooKs.-For e:ery fouiz ounces A lr~inder (upti threee1ba)y- -s1. REGsTavRTox FvEE ~ -0"3: PIRCELs.--Two pounds or under 0 9 : (each extra pound or part, 3d.) BULK parcels of newspapers,. posted by a registered news paper publisher or news ven dor, per lb or fraction thereof 01 1 (Not less than 4 papers in each parcel). PACKETrrs. Co?McIKrAL PAPEn--For every two ouncesorund...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

rI l~ nontic~~sj at sy i3r * ~ l) Z~ 'L.s T - -: -( '- ? ib ,,-- , ? ? -m . -- .' rt . d. u'.-s . 1iWst: . elt:iuaeour:e GAZETTE S -........ -i - Pnc i, on, ·nll b. '43:' '-.- - -' " 5 .:... ,-:--: -, ' - ;I? ONE- PEN--'NY ,..- ,, , iilz·-Wl ... - ?.?-;bun13 , " ! ;-i ->::: -i ;I -,I ~;.. . : 11 ______ 1 S -K .EGIV . .... •US- _ -TA L , :-4· Gr·i ,-· Matters of Local nterete ..... i, --. :% ~ N; , .".._ ..:... 7ew columns are open wide to te? s - ,,rea io c sd--r., i. - .jes , ?die Lies, Clubs,-. &c. -.onibutions~from whom on matlereof locd Pinerestwill Se gladly woelconwil aut will re-eid me .idost atltwn u : -_'" -.,. ? 2.' n " . ; tThese Ppeis3wll prhie Lowest -PA iiCDi PoReices. .;r-? .. , . ; .., --- SPl E'C D J B" Par. 't, Pusiould never hit a man ~;OF EVER~Y JESCRIPTT(YN •hn he iown !" Pat : "What did I .g o -' awl.l mn bIrd tO, get him domino for:":~: -ry~~ f I . W. T. SIMPSON. : 10 &do199 Wicoria-st., Niorfth Hffel~bourne S"" Supplies Gonds at the Lowest ...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 February 1895

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN SCOUNTRIES. sd2. LETrRs.-Each 4 ounce or under 0 2) Post C~aDs 0 ... 1. REPLY POST CARDS ... .0 3 NEwsPAPERS 0. * . O 1 COMMERCIAL PAPERs.---4 ounces .*. or unmder... ....... ..0 2j Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 : ounces .... 3 03 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1" PanrnDe PAPERS(other thannews . papers).-Per every twoounces or under (up to 4lbs) .- 0 1 PATrENS and samples.Pe er very two ounces or- under (up-to lib) - 01 REcGISTmATIO FEE ... 0 3 Acknqo-ledgement- 9f delivery, of a registered article ... 0 2[ PARCELs Posr, wholly by sea- Each parcelof 2lbs or under 1 6. - Each additional Ib or under(up to 11Lbs)... 09 LATE L~TrERs must be.r full postage. and late fee stamp of 2.i. extra, and maay be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail clrses; at Melbourne General Post Offic, any countx- Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Office; handed to the mail guards, posted in bag at Spencer-street, ...

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