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THAT MUSICAL PIG. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
-XIAT MUSICAL PIG. So9mey remagoa clde-er player of that queer instrument the biasoon was upjon a ·tour in Ireland with an operatic company, and after a successful season in Dublin, he had a few dayc of leisure before open ing at Cork. Our friend took advantage of the oppor tunity to go into the country, and took his quarters at a little wayside inn, near Skibbereen. He took his bassoon for-the sake of practice, and in order notto annoy the inmates of the house, used occasion ally to run over a difficult passage in a loft over the stable. One day during a pause after practice he heard voices outside. "Doubtless," thought the musician, "they are criticis ing:my performance" ;and he listened to the speakers. "WVhisht ! Patrick, did ye hear that now? Sure its the ould pig, takin' a les son in music." "Ye omadhaun !" cried his companion, "what music would ye get from a pig but a grunt '" At this moment the musician gave a flourish on the bassoon, and the unbeliever was convinced. "Begor...
SYMPTOMS OF ILL-HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
SYMPTOMIS OF ILL-HEALTH. "Got any medicine?" asked a boy, en tering a drug store, the other day. -~Yes; lots f it. -liat-sbrt do you want ?' " Oh, it doe3n't make any difference, so it'- .o:C:mtihingm li ely." "Who is ill ?" " D:.i. He is fearful bad." " \What is thie matter with him ' said the cletk. '" L liunn , lillt hie's rIiti ll\\'on awful; he jtl- sit- i rlund ih, ivc all liay long and mtnmpcs i:- h.',I:r wa\;tll ped m nother since Ch-itt-mts. I Io::e a goiout to die." .On a -ri?ient-rngs. "Do you think tnemper is a good thlin in a ,omlUn m " " C'ertm:i!l[, mlliiatm," stid a i'ilsoplmher, " so d that she oueht not to hiim: it"
Union Memorial S.S. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
Union Memorial S.S. The anniversary celebrations of the Union. Memorial.Sunday Sculoel were con tiniued last Friday evening, when the pro gramme was supplied by the juvenile portion of the Sunday School. Miss Thompson and Mr. Matthewson, and those associated withlthem,,are to be congratulat ed(on the success achieved by their pupils. The contributors to the programme were --Mlisses Goodwvin, Oldfield, Montgomery, Wallace, Warade, Bryson, Woolfe, Oliver, and Bruce, with Mlasters Oldfield,Rich ardson and Tulloch. Appetided e·e give the list of prize 4mnrels for the year : SENIOR DIVISION. ]eatrice Baker, Nelie White, Chri.esie Ferguson Lewis Goodwin, WilliamCuthill, - Leolnard-Lindeay, Malcolm Bmunett, Fann) Irvile," Arnie Collie, T. ssie Castigan. Faith Harland, Beseie Menigemerie,. tthel Oldfield,.- Ma Gie Chaalmere? : CEnTFICaxTE. " EleanorBeawcanon, Jcnnet Shiel, Manbel Gooawin, A.W.Leeming; : W. A. H. Brown, Edwsard O!dfieid, H nry Wreidt, A. W. Camppleil, David Braid, " . J. And...
Victorian Railways Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
WVictorian Railways Dramatic OCIub. The ab:ve company appeared in Boutci anrilt's Iiush Ilama," The Colleen Bawn," atttbefibersian Ball, Swanaton-street, on Wednesday last. There was a large atten dantce, the hall being crowded in all parts, alnd the prcceeds were devoted to the Josephs lIome flor DIttituteChillren, an :nstitution nhich merits support and needs it I-adly. The llot of the Drema is so well-known that it needs ao recapitullation here. The principal parts wete taken by 3Mr R. J. Canptell s Bardiress CIegan, Mr. (lynu ias li'ie Ualy, 1r L. Cailineun asMlleas, Mr Contoy as Father Timnt, Mr MI.J. Daly ax Corriga:., Mr G. T. Smith as Danny ldana, with MissAddie l'earce as the Col celi iawn-i, Miss E.Pamer as Alne Chute, adl Muss ti. Ryan as les. Cregan. The company being, of course amateura, suiiers by comparison with the powerful cc rlinations which have rendered this play fanmiliai to Melt ourneandiences. The playes ii many unstances shbowing a want of untmiwity, which ra...
Irish Wit and Humor. (Continued. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
Irish Wit and Humor.. BY T. L. COLEMAN. (Continued Irishmen still hold the-pride of place,. no matter how witty other nations have become. Let him or three representatives. of as many nations get togetsher, and let the conversation be as brilliant as it may, Pat is sure to go one better than the best, if not by a stroke of wit, then by an equally amusing blunder, which answers the purpose just as well. Instances of this are not wanting, and we all remem ber at some period of our lives, how we have laughed heartily upon hearing such. For instance, take the example of the Englishman who boasted that he had been taken for the Prince of Wales. A Scotclhman, unwilling to be outdone, told how he had been taken for the Dokeof Argyle. "Faith" said an Irishman "As I was walking along the street the other day, a man came and slapped me on the back and sez he 'Howly Moses is that you ?"' Jokers, practical or otherwise, find Pat always the hardest nut to crack on account of.his wit. A well know...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION-2 The us"ial fortnightly "ieetiog of the North Melbourne branch was held in the Mechanics Hall on Thursday evening Ma rch 7th., the president Mr P. H. Dillon in the chair. The attendance was prob ably the largest ever seen at a branclh meeting, the hall being crowded to the doors. A large number of visitors of both sexes, assemnbled to hear Dr.O"Ionn nelil's leciure on '"A Night WVith the Poetd of the Sydney Bulltlin.' Business coin mnenced by tie secretat? reading the minutes of last meeting which were con finnrmed. Several apologies for unavoidahle absences were received, including one from the MIayor Mr Carter. Onte new member, Mr Buttler, was ellected and welcomed by Mr P. H. Din ley, es-plesident of the- Collingw'ood bIranch, in a vigorous though hriefspeech in whlichl some interesting figures were quoted, showing the sitides the Associa titn was making. One nomination for nmembershlip was received. Accounts amounting to £16 16, 6d were p:ssed fkr...
North Melbourne Police Court. Monday, March 11th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
North Melbourne Police Court . Monday, March 11th. Before Dr Lloyd (chairman),' Messrs. Ca~ter. Fogarty, Gardiner, McBride, and Wylie, J's.P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Mary E. Johnston wass charged as abore, being arrested by Constable Hed ger, and was sentenced to six hours' umprisonment, INSULTING BEHAVIOUR George Hollow was the accused. Ccnstshle Gogarty deposed to seeing prisnner on Friday last between 10 and 11 p.m., at the street corner. Be pre tended to be drunk and fell against woman, : n arrested him. He was asked to put 5s in the poor box. LARCENY. Joseph Blt~e was charged with steal ing 4s, the Iroperty of Efnry Kenrt, and as there was no appearance of the prosecutor. he was discharged. VAGRAXCY Arthur Dihm, a bay, was eharged with being a vagrant. He was dis charged to the care of his father.
ORDERS OF THE DAY: FINANCE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
ORDERS OF TLHE DAY : - '1Jnsc5 c.'5ihIrEE Cr Carter moved 1-That L138 14s 5d be passed for payment on account of Town Fund. 2-That L2 6s 0d be passed for payment on Loan accounit No 8, 1891. Carried. 4-That the application of Mr Clement Davidson, chairman of the North Melbourne Board of Advice, for refund of part of amount paid for rent of Town Hall and :piano for concert and distribution of prizes in December last be not granted. Thecouncil then went intocommittee to take into consideration letters from Messrs Gillott and Bates, solicitors, -e case of B unton v Railways Com miss?oners and the mayor, councillors.
ETIQUETTE IN TWELVE LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
ETIQUETTE IN TWELVE LESSONS. A French aristocrat has been trying to palm off his own notions on the world as the standard of taste. We scorn to do this; our system is based upon the collective wisdom and experience of the ages. 1. Always take your hat off to your hair dresser. 2. Never offiler your arm to adissecter until you are quite cold. 3. Alwars bow low before slowly-drooping chandelier. 4. Butlers should always be treated with deference, but servility is a mark of higher breeding. 5. Never precede your wife when there is an alarmnn of burglars. 0. Never eat peas with strychnine. 7.- Avoid making a noise while swallowing something in the pantry. 8. In introducing the lady you are walking with to your wife be careful not to mention the latter's name. 9. If in doubt, do as the others don't, and don't as the-y do. 10. Avoid politeness. Politeness is the mark of a saoundrel. 11. -Alway:s give up your seat in 'bus or car to a lady if you have arrived at your destina tion and if the...
MEN WOMEN & Things They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
INL3 They Say That Mayor Carter was round for his unflag ging attention and hospitality to the min. isterial party labt Wednesday. That Town Clerk Randall wes missed from the parry. That his health was drunk by councill, rs in the mayor's room End hopes expressed that he would shortly resume his work. That Town Clerk Catlanach of Flemington a young man. was the recipient of high praise by his councillors on Wednesday afrtel'noon. Tlhat the Board of Advice as r.presented by the chairman and correspondenttis pushing on with the Excursion arrangen-rents. That Mr Nichols is the only otlrerr member on the Board with a PE?rk of energy in him. That the member for NS rhIl Melbourne is getting a bit monotonous in continuallv remarking "I got the new watehouse for the town. That it is also not strictly versciou-. Oshers had a finger in the pie long before the hon gentleman was heard of locally. That Jack Maloney is in rare form with the ball, he cleaned boaled two-of the Pembrote's best bats ...
AN UNDERSTANDING AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
AN UNDERSTUANDING AT LAST. Old Mr. Widower had been sitting silently alone with Miss Autumn for about fifteen minutes. Finally he spoke " Miss Autumn, you are pretty-" "Oh, Mr. Widower !" "You are pret"-" "How can you, Mr. Widower?"T' "I started to say that you are pretty---' " Oh, you horrid old man, stop !" "-Condemn is all, woman," shouted Mr. Widower, rising and making for the door. "I wanted to say that you were pretty near as old as I am. Now, hang it, I think you're twice as old.
Ministerial Visit to North Melbourne. INSPECTION OF THE MOONEE PONDS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
Ministerial Visitto North Melbourne. I-NSPECTION OF THE MIOONEE PONDS CREEK. BY A DISTINGUISHED COMPANY It was a trying ordeal! and as Mayor ~Cartersatin his snu room with Dr. Mal ouey M.P. and other councillors---after thry had made their wills and torn them selves from the bosom of their families waiting for the Minieterial party, they looked gloomy and dejected at the pros pect ot their impending fate. Jack Han cock the chosen of Foo scr?n sat on the stairs alone. He had fortified himself with a presentaile looking flask with a healthy appararance. At four oclock pre cia-ely on \Wedneuday afternoon the honi: J. 11. T.arverner, Minister of Public Workls and iH. Cuthbert Miuister of Public Health accompanied by Messrs G.M. Pren dergast,A. L)eakin, M.L As. ard W. David son inspector-General of Public Works were received by the mayor. The party were further added to by the company of Mehacs A E Hughes J.P., S. and G. Aanold and Crs. T. Fogarty, J. Barwise, c.?aper-oned by Mesrs -L Ra...
OVER THE THRESHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
OVER THE THRESHOLD. Over the threshold wi-ith dancing feet, Spring in the morning air wondrously sweet, Fly o'er the daw drops lik,' diamond rain, Flowers that curtsey and spring up again. Sing, sing as :;ou go along, Life is sweet to the young and strong; Out of the shadow and into the light, Past and gone in the mournful night, Nought behind you would fain forgot; Sing, dear beort, till the June sun set. Over the threshold at hot noontide, Pass, in the snowy veil folded, fair bride. tioh with the wonderful gift of a love, Tender and t ue as the heavens above; Sing, sing as ye go your way, Songs are meft for a marriage day; Out of the shadow and into the light, Life is waiting you. necand bright, Evening sha.owsr come by and by Sing, dear heart, while the sun is high. Over the threshold, with footsteps slow, fearing the quiet Dead, sadly they go, Under the golden leaves falling like rain Over the yellow grass fading again; Sing. sing as ye go your way, eJst is sweet at the close of...
TELEGRAPHING A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
TELEGRAPHING A JOKE. An amusirg incident, which two youngmen will probably remember for some time to r?ome, occurIed in the dinner room of the Hotel del Jlcnte. One of the members of the etnductor'o pleasure excrsion to California, :?ith his pretty young wife, was seated at breakfast wh ?n two young district telegraph c'irators from the city, down for the "''hanksgiviag frolic to tonterey," entered Ibhe room and sat down directly opposite the Elastern man and his wife. It was not long be[ore the yooths spotted the lady, and as is uuol with the class to which they belong, thlleY immediately fell to work criticising her t, each other under cover of their knowledge of the art of telegraphing. "Pretty girl that," tapped one on the edge of his sau~r with his spwan, "think I'll try a mash." " Better look out," replied the other with his fork on his rlate, "the old stiffil smell a mice." "Net much," tapped back number one, "he don't amount to shuck. I'll bet I kiss her before night-what a ...
OUR GIANT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
OUR GIANT. We have a giant in the house, And not a neighbour lknows it; For neither age nor size nor strength Nor surly manner shows it. His-dimpled hand upon my arm Is rosy, soft, and waxen, Andhears no club; he wears no beard. His hair is soft and flaxen. He has two eyes and not a tooth Our strong one is no ogre. &lt; He wears instead of skins and claws A little RPoman toga. .. His voice is gentle as a dove's, His laughter is delightful; But cross his temper just a bit, His screams are long and frightful. He eats and drinks the best we have, And offers not to pay us; Indeed with Chinese wakefulness We fear he means to slay us. SThis giant does not like the dark Now is not this surprising? And, though he never works a bit, Insists on early rising. You cannot walk, you cannot talk, You helpless little giant I Your very life-ah ! here's your power - Is on our love reliant. So take our love and toil and care As long as you shahl need us, And we shall not go far astray With a l...
HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 15 March 1895
" I-OIE ~HINTS. A nice bed-spread for the children's room in winter is madeof three and one half widths of turkey red calico sewed to gether and hemmed . This loolks bright and cheerful and saves the expense of washing counterpanes. A pretty spread for summer is of two and a quarter yards of sheeting.'* A large wreath or square is stamped ini the centre and worked in some fancy stitch with red, blue, or white cotton floss. I have one chain stitched in wh;ite floss, and it has been in ude for seven years. I do not like the practice of "covering" old bed comforters, as the latter are soiled, cold and heavy, especially for the purpose of covering small children. The old comforters should be ripped, the cot ton carded over, more added, if neces sary, and then put between new covers. I never allow any children to lie on comforters, hence, with frequezt airing, they remain soft and light for years. : One of those flat shopping baskets, in fashion some years ago, makes a4conve nient recept...
DEVASTATING PLAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
DEVASTATING PLAGyElb I j 'tv ; , The greatust scourges of thel'prees~ cpn. ury have been yellow fsreranudsAsia"ic cholera. Yellow fever is purol't;s.i iltiib disease. It is indigenonso to h'e West Iii dies, the upper coast of Sossth America. ainh the borders of the Gulf of Mexico, prevail. ing to a greater extent in the troplics than elsewhere. An appearance of thle yellow fever in the United States has been much more irequent than cholera, and its opera tions have been confined mainly to its southern limits, where the death rate ate times assumed the proportions of theancient plagues. Fortpnately,' its stay is limiteld, always vanishing before the tiurifsing frost of winter. One of the mdst notable; epi-i demics of yellow fever that ever prevaerieinsl that country was that of Philadelphia in the" year 1793.-when the loss o'~ life was ai, pall-' ing. One in every: ten'o? :the-pppulation fell victims to the ,disease, iconsternation seized the people.and all th.atcould fled to the ror...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
THE :; , .. . . Published every Friday Morning, Price - N PENNY. T8 BE HAD FROM ALL NEWIS AGENTS. . .: HIS PAPER gives details of all matters of local interest. Its columns are open wide to the Secretaries of Churches, Lodges; Societies, Clubs, &c., contributions from whom on matters of local interest, will be welcomed and will receive the utmost attention. °1. ,l, Repo'ts to be at had. n.ot later thai WEDNESAY 3O0NZONG. 000000000000000000000 GO FOR YOUIT To the Ofee of the SNort]b Melbourne Gazette," THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM .IN NORTH MELBOURNE. 000 0 0 0 0'0"0 0 0 0 0 80 0 0 00 0 O0 - A. E.BORN' & CO., GENERAL PRINTERS, 102 QUEENSBERRY ST.. ORTH 1VELBOURNE. - Letter Headings Agreement Forms Pro rameiRemnoradum s PamphltsIkhw Cardsi Hi~andlisill Catatdognes , c~iveall8ar~ ~ BillHeaEa Posters Label I c. .t.Etc .· JOB PRIPTING at Lowest Possible Pri6ds. S " . --;- ,:i F.? - -o > , s oI ery Note-d -'"~~~~ a. ? ' a.. Wneiee 'i ~l ?ese ,~f 'vrioue of the s.nee'o b ...
The Missing Hand. ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH OF AURELIEN SCHOLL. CHAPTER I (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
Tho Xissin Hand., .-,-; :. .? i'- .-- "?! AD.PTED FROM TilE FaEgsCcaIeoF BY E. BRANFILL HARRISON. CHAPTER-: I (Continued). Clotildea Wi le ididher turn "Noone,~ she asked, "can take a woman away from her husband, can -3 ,- ?o?one,".-replied Robert; "unless, ofcourse, the woman should consent." :,-- " Oh.E then," said Clotilde " I am satis This adorable nalveti enchanted Ro bert, who gently took the young girl by " th ihands, and drew her tow.ards him. Clotilde blushed pink, and her loves; .-.after gazing upon her for a moment in ecstasy, placed a long kiss upon her pure i brow. The arrival of .M:; de Rieux and d'Attigny-was publicly announced; their rooms were prepared, and Francis i libard, wo had been installed as ser-. ~. vant in thechiteiu_ three days before, " ~ ind hiinssef specially assigned to the service of these gentlemen. SCHAPTER II.. ... It was Ash-,Wednesday, Paris had dclosea her ball-rooms and theatres, and al good Christians, wearied by the long fast, were sleeping ...
Official Municipal Directory. TOWN OF NORTH MELBOURNE PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
i·fffcia M unicip4.------ 4J-- irecto:- ry. -~ `: ToWN oNNORHMELBOURNE Mr. G. G . Prendergast, 17 Flemington road, North Melbourne. S- .Mayor. ir Mr. Carter, Fleiington roa, Norki Melbourne. - .... OUOIILLORS. EASTERN WARD. J. H. Gardiner, Leveson-street, North Melbourne. W.- H. Fuller, Queensberry-street, North Melbourne. iJ. Barwise, Chapman-street, North SMelbourne. *1 MIDDLE WARD. G. Carter, Flemington-road, North Melbourne. ST. Fogarty, Chetwynd-street, North. - Melbourne. TPilkington, Fleming6r~roa~d,-?lFo Melbourne. WESTERN WARD. P. Coatelloes, 70 Canning-st., Hotham Hill. J. C. Steer, Kensington Tannery, Macaulay-road. J. G. Petrie, AbbotsNord-stree, North Melbourne. Town Clerk. C. E. Randall, 255 Dryburgh-street, North Melbourne. -. - A~sa~tnt Town Clerk:. H. Randall, 255 Dryburgh-street, Nth. Melbourne. ""uditoia, Local: Them a Tilley. . Government: H. Wilson, hate Oollector. SJ. Kearney, Leveson-street, North Mel-i bourne. Spresentative on eolborne and Metroolitan Boar of...