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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
Published everyFrday Morning-. T'- BE HAD FROM ALL NEWS AGENTS. HIS PAPER gives details of all matters of Slocal interest.--Its-columns are open wide to-he Secretaries of Churches,Lodges, Societies,. lubs, &c,., contributions from whom on matters. of :local interest, will be welcomed and wilL receive the utmost attention. . - -, p- 2, . - ..:z.. ".:y, Y'- To the Office of the ,:. .. oftb Melourne Gazete" THE BEST. . . 8 DWRTISIN G MEDIUM I-~ P.-, AE E.-!: O RN& EIO6 SE -.. :ERAL PRINTERS, S- ." "_ QORT ""ME BOO.RNE. ..... ". . . . . . . . ..-:- ' - ctl tt e;adl Ag -reenent o_ i... -of :_.~_ ?- erI?Po te e : eteior andu -l , 21,PampIhlet§ aitoow Cards B~rland ~o biO Catraioguae, C (ard- -o - ... Etc... JOB rPf1TING at Lowest PosiYB e Pricei P:F~ ''~ g~C .r " ÷ -:"[??'?: ,, - .: •_ . .. . . .. . , y - _ -.- , ..-?.r-.. = AdvertiSements. 18-cnrat FDIAOND IG?85. BiWEDDiNG DIS. 18-r?r? EEPERS. rNpusM RINGS. 1: ra £t E- E :. .; .. • SPE(TACLES Slarge Stoek _and ELECTROPLAT...
YANKEE YARNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
YANKEE YARNS. Flatter is like Colone-water-to b. smelt of; but not swallowed.'' - -." Caller: "Bidet, iestour basterih yet ?' Biidget " No" sorr, he's out on ball." ni omre wereilinif so big as they think they are the woyld -would have to be enlarged. '"'None but the brave deserve the fair." And even the brave can't live with some of 'em. Smith: "Do you believe in the faith core?" Brown: "It cared-me." "Of what?" LInsulted Gentleman :" yTon are indebted ' to my cowardice, you young scoundrel, thatI don't knc?k yonudown. Reasoning powers are denied to animals, and yet, in a close decision with a bulldog, a man finds it difficult to hold his own. Rejected suitor: " Alas' what .worse fate than to be fired with love?" Ejected suitor (sadly): " hired without love." - "I do love dress," exclaimed.a young societ- belle. " Thin -I ??bald think you would wear more of?t,r replied a cynical bachelor. Girl (looking at hammock): "Er-aren't these alittle small, sir?' ,Dealer: " Plenty big:enough....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
UNLESS the Anglo-Saxon looks to h'\ laurels he is in danger of being oustci from this land which he has come to regard as his property by the efforts he has put forth in bringing the soh under subjection. He has undertaken the work of the pioneer only to find that having prepared the house he is confronted by an invading tenant. Brotherly love is all very well as : sentiment, but practically there is no bond of sympathy between the Asiatic and the European. Although in umany ways they are examples which our own countrymen would do well to follow, they are content with so 'ittl.e of the comforts of life while here, that when they enter the field as competitors,the Englishman is too heavily weighted to have any possible chance of coming oiff victorious. To protect ourselves from insanitary surroundings, strict by-laws are passed prohibiting certain animals from being kept in thickly populae:ed cities; sanitary laws are enforced, and well-paid inspectors are appointed to see that due r...
An Adventure with a Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
Ghost, When I was a lad of seventeen, I was _ .ioe :osj for'Pinkertcn'i. Philadelphia 'iel eianiid niaiust zildi-of course, to be touo.on a case. Every time the cap am goua new job I would slide up to him and say : "Cap'n, you'd better let me go out on that," and he would answer with a quizzical grin, "Not this time, Harry. o---Wait tilthe next case" Along in December of that year there -aaS great rush-of-business at our office. TV e'?ad fifteen detectives, all old experi enced hands, and they were on the jump night and day. We could not handle the business that was coming in, ;ud the cap taii i s .aiing out in fun from his piivate oflice; "I guness ell have to let you take the next case, Harry - - .ardly had hlie said the words when the "door opened and'a raw -old countryman "-entered. He proved toi be'Joe Baylis, a lonitgome?y county justice of the peace, and he wanted the cantain to-send a man down with him to attend to a -ghost w-ho . wasa utting didos at Fort Washington. The ca...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
News and Notes. THEATR ROYAL-The Hon. George Coppin announces the engagement of Ilr Charles Erin Vernon, in '-Shames O'Brien" to-morrow night. UNFILIAL CONDUC'I-Thus did Dr Lloyd characterize the actions of a pris oner in Count on Monday; Tile accused hadassaulted his father, which elicited the enquiry from the Di. as to whether he had ever read the ten tomiandments, and recommended the fifth to his special notice. THE OxFOBD--Cogill Blos. still gather round them nightly big audiences. Bro. Charlie whips Melbourne with his oddit ies. Harry warbles nicely, Miss Isabel Websterrefreshed with a rest, charms the ear with elegant vocalization. Provo the clever juggler is with them again. The rest of the company are still 1doing well. THE POOR BOX was well patronised last Monday morning at the court. Three litigants contributed 22s. 6d. between them. This means of satisfying is a happy medium for supplying summons forms to deserted wives and children, besides avoiding the stigma of a "conv...
TO THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
TO TtHOSE ABOUT TO MARKY. . Do not have any secrets or confidences apart front each other. I heard a girt not long ago who-was just going to be. married saying to a friend of hers, "I ' wonder if I ought to tell him all ?" Pro bably this "all" did not refer to any thing more criminal on the girl's part than some mild flirtation, but I certainly did think it would be best for her to tel: her future husband all. Nor ought married people to listen us-? censure against each other, even though it fall from father, mother, sister, x"-. brother. Indee,, the best way of keep- -, ing upon friendly terms with one's rela tions-in-law (and we ought to try to de. this) is not to see very much of them,.. especially during the first year after mar-.t- - riage. Sometimes from a false notio. - of economy, the mistake is made of try-- ing to get two families to live in one.s. house as if they were one; but the re-- su!t is nearly always disastrous. I un.- heard a man say bitterly : "I hate the-. very...
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 4th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
: North Melbourne Police! Court. "2 .: M6PDA. 3hIRCw 4th. X`efdre Dr Lloyd (chairman). Messrs. : Bindon, Carter, .o'garty, Wylie, ..and M3.Bride. J's;P .. VAGR>NCY. TwoR: .nid&le aged woman were .cged ,;with hlaving no visiblemieans .. -ofaupport. -. C(,n table Hedger-said that-he arres 'Led them -n Saturday mTnrning. The y lived in Union-pi.ce, and recently a tr mnan hadeomplained of being robbed in in their house.. They were in his opiriion werv?bad chaiacters. The bench se nt ' it?d each to one month in go'al with hard labour. , - :jane" lhitehise, Henry Twitchett, a" nd Arthur Perk n. c:ntribnted 5s. Seah to. thle poor.bnx as a punishmsnt I: fr gettin- drunk. Jane had enjoyed a ride Zt the wrtc~ioue, and was charged JIE etira:' John O'Brien far helping to dr.fray the.ceos of a publican's license, -u':F t wisely but too well was .ined 5s. LARC?ZNY. Tlhomas McDonald was charged at the instance of his w fe with stealing 2 shirts, 2 sheets, and I table cloth, which she ha...
"IT'S WELL IT IS NO WORSE." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
"IT'S WVELL IT IS NO WORSE:. After the American revolutionary war, George III. ordered a thanksgiving to be offered up throughout the kingdom. A noble Scotch divine, addressing his Majesty upon the subject, inquired: "For what are we to return thanks? That your Majesty has lost thirteen of your best provinces 1" 'The itug answet el, " No." "Is it, then, that your 'Majesty has lost ten thousand lives of your subjects in the contest f "No, no,' said the king. ýe s it, then, because you have lost a uandred millions of money, and for the ros at and tarnish of your Majesty's No. Give thanks it is no worse." zatr o[ Russia (just out of bed). " What s' l-uuue et,( mi n oumershirt-" Talet: S''lease your MajeoLy, Ihh blscLudL'.i put Sn- fresh rivats in it."
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 — 8 March 1895
I- .ENTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw Sotra WALES. N EW ZEALAND, QUEEnSLAND, So-nru AUSTRALIA, TAswixA, WEST. AUSTRALIA, I NF, NEW HEBRIDES Aso BrTl NE-. sw .. S - GULNEA. s.d. L .?-Per _- eunce oi under 0 -2' osi- C~Ds . ... ...- OY R Pi"T Pos ? .CABIs : .. (uip to three lbs) . - Q 1, NEWSPAPERS . . 0 0 REGISTATIo EE..."- . 0 3 BEL i parcels of uew paperspost ed by a. registered newspaper publisher or, nwsvclndor, per lb orfraction thereof 0. O1 PAncEL Posr --Tp.S. Australia, Queensland, Kei- Zealand, Tas?uLani-. and -3VAustralia -Onlj_-Pcr lb- or under 0 O Each additioi lb .or under -.-, (up to 11 ls) ... - 0 Cor?EIei AL PLrr.Cs A?D PR~I TED PAhrES.--er C -eri two ounces or under .(up to 41bs) 0,1 .- .(Itenm s-o Victoria) .: .. .Prms,.' s?."tiple?- :packets. o- -merchandise, &Sc =Per every-; trio ouiicesor undr (iip td1lb)'0 T1
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
POSTAL. NEWS-I rA:is WITIIu VICTORiAT ?·.-:12-.- " _ • s.d - ! ZrrEns.--Per ounce or under 0.2 _:UrEsr LE·rrsss -Per .leter 0 6 (inadditiontoordinarypostage) 1 S (Urgent letters are,on arriialat - 7 the Post Office in the town to which they are directed, treated as telegrams, and delivered with the utmost despatch. They ?ill " not be delivered if addressed to persons residing beyojnd the ordin ary delivery by telegraph messen ger, nor if addireased to a place • having no delivery by letter car rier or telegraph messenger.), :PosyT CADns 0.. 0 1" -.REPLY . .?S Cr. - -RD NEWSP.APERS !0 OO? Boos.--For every four ounces` ýor under (up to three lbs) ; 13 -RGi?slcr?oAs F . ..... . 0 3 PARCELS.-TWO ponds or under 0 9 (each extra pound orpart, ML) Bibia? 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. COSLMERCIAL PAPEvs.-For every -two ounces orunder(up to 3lbs) 0.1 _. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
: -North Me bourine--' ",Mestý ieEster oureae ; ti' c " "a m UFbYtaTeU from' All 1 wm Aýa. - :: ::°:- ýt"sf . 7: i '.:c`ThE1 Psis if O!Is TY,.?ý., .~-F i GA P_= N Y.: Matters' of -Local; ' Iterest. !Tci... iOtpFs 4ar0 opeiz uRde to tie -Secretariex=of Cki rtcke* -IodýieCt, tocitc :fes, 'CuTbs;'&. t' couztributwus from'; whom oI. illwtcct- of, calw zinerc ,t will 5e glazdly ud oied; andl wixd ~cezr ieete; 1-~.-~f;i~s~ 3".- ... -- .:%7iL _~--~-- te '4'S. -.,, - '. r here -.Paper--i.-i pr ; =ABVERTfIS~J I1UM, In tim.rii"ic In- Win ';LhemS. they Car'cuiate. _ .. .`1"x..1":^ a r"ý -;i·· c r;. 1. ' . .. _.. ;.; " y es. - - ., JOB PIUTINTG EVERY IDESCORIPTON1 Lowest Possib e* Prices. " Pat, Pat, you sbould never bit a man when heis down P' Pat: "What did I vFork so hard to get him down for?" Bedstead FURIT E W. T. SIMPSON. 1S1® ds 19®! 'WI©€tESa-ggt., 'North-f Meabo®BarnBe Supplies Goods at the Lowest Prices current in the trade, either for '" - i - -. CASH OR EXTENDED TERMS. Shake...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
RATES TO THE , UNITED . - -KINGDOM AND FOREIGN: LsrrEus.-Each Aounce orunde 2 Po?i CrCiDs . ... Rt,.L PosT Cai~us _ CommSPAPERSc . OUR.01 : CO3MSFCIAL' PAPES.S-4? nunces . or under. .. - 0:2" OQer 4 mounces, but not over 6 ounces 0 -3 Ev ery additiouiel two unnces, oriunder (up tol 41b) . 0 1 SPsu!a-raDPs1raua(oter than news.-,y_ i - unpaper.. -rtere-ery1 -oonnc: ?.?to or-under (np to.l411s) 0xL '-PArrrnas aild samlepicPer every: i :' t"w t unceuiince or :under (up :to'ý?' :." RG s?1 TAl I OE .E -Acknow?.ldgemuent of delivery of a registkecd article :. -O 2 PARCELS PET-r, wiolly by Sea. .Each parcel of "lbs or under .6 Each additional lb or under(up to 111b) ... ... . _ 09 LATE LtrrTrrs must bear full postage and late fee stiamp of '2. extra, and may be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail closes; at Melbourne Genernl Post O?ice, any country Post. Office, Rai! way trvelling Post Office: handed to the mail guards, posted in bag a Spencer-street, for Sydne...
TOO EXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
TOO EXPENSIVE. Mr. Henpeck: "De Poore, you're a lucky dog. My wife says that when your wife loses her temper, she never says a word, but goes to the piino,- and plays until she cools Sown. I wish my wife would do that.' De Poore: "-You'd change ycur mind after you had paid out as much money as I have getting the piano repaired." "Johnny, what teacher are you nuder most?" Johnny: "They all sit on me wh.rithsy get h chance." "Tramp: "I have scarcely a rag to my basck, mum ? Ca't you help me out ?" Lady: "1C-ertinly, sir; hloe's the' rag.bs, help Ysoy OM"
THE MISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
TIHE lIS'TRES~ The best household mistress is that woman who has a practical knowledge of household duties A knowledge of cookery will enable her to point out to inefficient cooks the cause of mistake and failure; and she should not only know how things should look and taste when sent to table, but be able to judge of, and choose well, every kind of provision. It will not be easy for cooks to 'pouse on a lady who knows exactly how much of every ingre dient is requisite for each dish, and who is able to estimate the quantity of food re quired daily for her household. It may not, under all circumstances, be necessary for a lady to exercise her knowledge in these important matters ; and if she has a cook who has proved herself trustworthy, she will do well to delegate large powers to her. But it is obvious that, to judge the skill and honesty of her cook, the lady must possess the knowledge indicated. Nothing can be done to make domestic life better, until all women who take the conduc...
A QUEER PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
A QUEER PICT'UURE Paul Veronese, like many other painters, was given to eccentric moods and odd habits. On one occasion he accepted the hospi tality of a family at their beautiful country villa. He assumed great liberties during his visit, claiming absolute possession of his room, allowing not even a servant to enter. He would not suffer the maid to make his bed, and the sweepings of the room w\ere left every morning outside the door for her to remove. He slipped away with out bidding the family good-bye. On entering the room the servant found th.- sheets of the bed missing, andat once reported that the painter must have stolea them. After careful search a roll was found in a corner, which proved to be a magnificent picture of "Alexander. in the Tent of Darius." It was painted on the missing sheets of thobed, and the artist had chosen this curious way of recompensing his hosts for their generous hospitality.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
.s . ed. Wherel the amount or value of the money for which a bill or note is 'arawn' exceeds £10,000, thllen for every £50 of the amouit or value, and also for any tractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. 0 1 0. Bil; of exchange payable on demand charge able with same duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Embossed stamps must be ousod,which may be obtained at all Post Offices.) ExrPrrosos. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, andl used solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between stich bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingthle payment of any sum of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to any person on his behalf. 8. Letter el credit granted in Victoria authorising drafts to be drawn out of Vic toria pay...
DRIVEN ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
DRIVEN ASHOBE. Booms! .;?: - I It is half-past five int he morning, and' the little town lies fast asleep in .the dark ness. All night long the wind has been rushing deed on shore ; tile air is lull of the sound of it. Through the sweeping and tearing of the blast suddenly beats the heavy boom of a gun. There is only time to rouse yourself and wonder what it means, when Boom ! There it comes again. As you hasten to the window the quivering rush of a rocket tears through the air, and for one brief mo. ment lights up all the little place lying widespread below. It is the signal to call the crew of the rocket apparatus. All over the town lights begin .o twinkle. Voices call to each other through the drkness ; heavy footsteps tramp past as the men turn out in hot baste. Somewhere out in the thunderous dark of the ocean a ship is in distress and men in danger. Look I is you strain yo'r eyes into the thick gloom a faint blue light shines out-flickers-goes out. It is a cry for help. Alread...
ONE FAULT TOO MANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 8 March 1895
ON'E FAULT TOO MANY. att t- : "I can't marry that ? us )MLhe?r: a My dear, think how vc:y, very rich --" D;)ahter : In his youth ho killod a U t".-eK : aouti can be forgiven many tullehs." Davghter "Ones Ile etiole £ 0 and his iathe?e ?ad to pay it." rl-&lt;r: '"Tl?at was all hushed up. Think iunsr tichý-" wighlter: " He is an awful drunk M? .ler: " :any genullenen drink a litle, ii"v dear. and I'm sure that he can 'S.rdi-" Daughter: " To says you are old and 3ithler: "TThe wrefch I He shan't can vuu again."