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MID-OCEAN CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
MID-OCEAN CRANKS. Mid-ocean cranks ! What a lot of the~i there are. I want totell you of someoftheam that we meet on every ocean steamer. Most of you who go down to the sea in ships know them, but don't you like to hear of old a qnuaintances ? To look at the cranks the first day out yor would not know one from the other,buttheir idioavncrasihs begin to come to the top as soon as they are well out to sea. There is, for instance, the crank who bah been across thirteen times. "This is my' fourteenth trip, sir. I am an old sailor, I am." He begins a conversation with: "Gentlemen, when I crossed the time be fore last, in the "Hoosanic," that wias a trip I tell you. Stormy ? Well, I should say so -bridge washed away-wheelhouse smashed in-the captain never changed his clothebs for throe days. He told sne confidentially, that during his thirty years' life at sea he had never experienced so severe a storm." This man of many vc.yages has invariably been (some years ago) on ships thatmadethe q...
WEST MELBOURNE. Parliamentary Representative. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
- WEST MfELBOURiNE. erliamentgry aoprouentatve.: Dr. W. NMaoney, Roden-street, We3t 3MLelbourns.- ElsCtoral Regisetrar RAILWAY DITIION. J.. D'Alton. 57 Walah-streeb, Weait Melbourn? e. i arturnine Oflcor. C Hirst, Spencer-street, West Mel bourne. O E..IJ Ii s .(clhairm n), Spencer-street, (privmte a'" dress, -Walsh-street.). (. Thot Las r (qrpoPdent), Walsh stro t." r. Diiton 97::W"3yl-h-stre,?t, \\W. l-tan en, Franklin-street. Io. 1l o wr,-. gs t-rI n itl I. I.,ttiy, lHaislyn-street I. Sjpencn. :;ItF1 ynit-street. JuSEICeOz OIthO Tesco. iI. l.intlon, Miller street, West ?el bourne. it. Bo;wen, 3& effcot,-street., ??st.: Tlbhourne. J. Hirsre, -Spencer-street. West 'Meu ) iur,lmrc. J. IMcr:de, 9G Roden st., West Me: To. 'iodnen, lI lG' I ' -y t.., We-s Melbourne J. Arbunckle lReid, Fing-street, West Melbourne.
CHILDREN'S MINDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
CHILDREN'S MINIDS. Ohildren commence life, not indeed as sheets of blank paper on shich we may write at will, but with every variety of emlnper and inclination for good and for evil bequeathed to them bythose wrho gave them boirth. The education which Taits to recog rise this is radically defec;ive. The ex ternal forces employed to tran c, child are successfil only as they are adaptoed to dras out, to guid, or to restrain the internal im pulses. Unless we discovrer what there im nulses are and are likely to irome, unlcss ve take pains to acquaint o:urselves with their origin, their nature, and their probable results, we are not fit to tal:o part in the unidnnce of a younthfulmind. Most of the .1uries of educators proceed from ignoripg th?oese faet .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
ire 5; NORTH -MELB. OITIZENS' & StHOQLS' EXUURSION M OR-DIA LLO :... Tzderti ?te ,nage of th TForshivp t.e Irayor an Coutnc'ir'of leorth Melbor-e Scicol .oard of-Advice. and .?e..b.ers for tTe.Distrct. - On Wednesday, March 27th, TOL- - :OLL UP I Under 15 years, 7d. P3.XCE 0' TZCETS: 16 to 16 . years, is. - ' 1.A.DULTS - is. 6d. "o be had at the State Schools & leading business people.. Foe IF~reBEe Pezzc2crlas San lunas BInl.za Iz"TkE COMMI?TEE erpect the Citizens will re-spond in.a meaner that sa l bring NORTH MELBOURNE fTO TiHE FRONT,.and make the Excursiona. a decided success, equal to that attained by" othas Eubusbs. JDOTA2TIO1 Towards the Epoets in Money or kind -ill be thankfully reccioed ;bjy ag. Jmberm . S- - ...... -- of 4ommittee, . - --3. H. P. PoLGL&zas, .B~bbotsf ord Street. - Correspondent of Bchool Board of Advice. Normh 21elbourne. - .. ~f~I7;EGEL crT I'ER PAIEUSS. "JOULNA OF FASBION!" 3MEIorCaENE 99 S slos Sz 1 oppoite Town Hall. SPv.teorn o...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
Csmcra Oozer.--To the plain cpalet :dd a cupful of chopped white meat rf chicken, which has been previously cooked in a cream sauce, made this way: A pint of -ream or milk, thickened with a paste of butter, and tablespoonful of flour seasoned well with salt and pepper. SYor.ssmaE PUDDING. - Five tablespoon fuls of flour, pinch of salt, and pint pf new ,iilk, 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. .Trw.r CnEESE.-Two sets of pigs' feet put into hot, salted water, suffioient to cover them; boil slowly until the meat falls from the bone. Then put the foot on a dish and take out all the bones; cut the meat into small pieces and return to the kettle in which they were boiled, with the liquor; then season with salt, pepper,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
The local Bonrd of Adv·ice has come to tie conclusion that North Melbourne i? very much-behkird the times. Almost every suburb eriovs a yearly holidny when all the school children and as manj of the parents as can possibly join in charter conveyances and tsale sjtrip eithe to the sea-side or the country. Sports, gamies, danring and sl~echifyinf g etc. arc irdulgil in accordifg to the pecuih: astes- o the individulo . North MLel .ourne alone; smong the leading suburb has nor indulged in thl- harmless dissip?_ ion. This, howeveris tobe ll c ~.oed MIr. Pjigla-epthe Boo ds ccrreipdonnm tuddeniy mLoce up his mind that th Tlown should have a boliday of its oi, ..d wirh the aid of dis Lsua:ly 'qc I nnobtrusive body set Limself to work to stir ,the'residents us to a sense of their short-comings. As a preliminary canter a meeting of citizens .was called eo con s.der the subject. Certainly it was not a great success, but a motion favourabls to the scheme was put, and declared carried by the c...
Lady's Coat, with Capes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
Lady'sCoat, with Capes. The coat is made with the addition of adjustable capes, which are separately finished, so that they can be left off at will or worn separately as a wrap. The fitting of the coat is made with single darts in front, that is semi-fitting, centre and gingle side-seams at the back defining the figure, the shoulder and underarm seams completing the outline'. A fasteuing of large buttons and button-holes shown down the centre front, and beneath the capes full coat sleeves cover the arms. A high collar encompasses tho neck. The under portion of the cape reaches to the half length of the coat, while the upuer one is just a short shoulder cape. Both are adapted to the ohoulders with darts, and the capes are provided with a broad collar that can be worn upright or turned down. To make the coat of material fifty four inches wide for a lady of medium size it will require six yards. The pattern is No. 1699, and it is put in Five different sizes for ladies from thirty-four ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
News arnd Notes. "7-~ ~ ~· ? ' • - Cricketers "generaIy' will be glad to shear that Mr.I. Drape has returned to North Melbourne, and will probably re zain till the end of the cricket season. `It is with sincere regret that we an onimce the "death cf on of the oldest residentsobf1orth M elboune,: Mr. Cullen, of-Errol-street.: ThE deceased, who was 'universally loved and respected by all with whom he came in contact, expired on Wednesday motning. He had been 'aresident of Errol-street for over 40 years 'and was So years of age. The funeral takes place this Friday afternoon. THE CAMBRIDGEL-This pretty little hall, next to the Theatre Royal, is again open. Frank Emery has retained the services of an excellent dramatic company. Our old friend Cathcart, young Majeroni Fiank-Emery, PollieEmery, MetaPilham and a number of artists of note appear here. :. TE OPERA HOUSE--Rickard's variety combination are appreciated and Harry is the head and front of their offending. LikewiseWood the somewhat...
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 March 1895
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. TogNsw Scumr W etts, Naw Zwani, QtmarstA , Sour. Auars r, TMaieEA , Wasr. AUSTSaL , Fm, NEW HssaIDE A B ? EnrIaH Nzw GuEA.. s.d. srz~s.-Per j ounce or under 0 2 PoBr CAEO .. . 0 1 Bart Perr CaIa ... 0 2 LEr-TE CARDs to N. S. Wale., S. Australia, Queen1and, Tas mania, W. Australia ... 0 1 To Neir Zealand and Fiji 0 Booa.--Per four ounces ornder (up to three Ibs)... ... 0 1 NWEPAPE?m ... ... 0 04 RYGcSrAnoY FEE... ... 0 3 BL.K parcels of newspa-permpost ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsrendor, per lIb or fraction thereof ... O 1; Pautz PosT.-To S. Australia, Queenal.nd, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia . only.-Per Ib or under 0 8 Eaich additional Ib, or under (up to 11 Ibs) ... ... 0 6 PACKETrs. CoNacIAL PArERS AND Paur 'an PaPErs.-Per every two .omnces or under (up to 4lbs) 0 1 * - (Items set Victoria) ParE , samples, packets of merchandise, &c.-Per every :two aunces or under (up to llb) 0 1
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
POSTAL NEWS-" ATE& WIrtmN VICTORIA. a. d~. IaTrEs .-Per once or under 0 2 Uxtearr LTrre~.-Per letter 0 6 (?additiontoordinarpostaKge) ; (Urgent letterm rre,an arrivalat the Post Ofie in the town to which ,they are directed, treated a telegrams, end delivered with tes utmost despatch. They wil - not be delivere~d if addmssd to persoaresriding beyond fee ordin ary delivery by telegraph messen ger, no" if addressed to a place araing nodelivery by letter csr rieror telegraub rmenscger.) RtPLY Post CA.D . 0 2 ILar C-ARDs ... ... 0 13 Es?PAPxs 0 Gj 300oos.-For every four ounces or under (up to three lbs) 0 1 Raersrnoa . r F a ... 0 3 PA.crZs.-Two pounds or under 0 9 (each extra pound or part, 3d.) Bo?x 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) PAcarrs. Co3MEECIAL PAPEns.--For evTy two ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 0 1 (Such as acceptances, invoices, aceounts*, atida=v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
AZ ETTE .. • - - . ' , II.' . c" rc.-. -Bre: .~ " " . . .AND West Melbourne . . .;j R ... GAZ ETT.E ftbllisiii eury Frlday Joining, Ahd may be 3MalasM from LU 1ews h gent. The Pric. e . nlr " O-E PENNY. - ,w . ...:, ,.-s - OALT Nlfiftirr of Local Interest. He columns are apen wide to the These Afer ll pousn . , . . :-Screstre of Coacs Longes, Si .. r . . .. . . . Lowes Possiblae Pric-es.od? "ie, Clubs, P c., o o ntribtioe n. from. ~Qa gladly weloed, and wll reseia. SThee .Papers will prove . o -r t -e _ fo i' SrLE-rn . .. · - " : -; " " " - : •r Il. bl? - . I D - -- .·1 ADVERTISING "MED]IUM Ia Sb. Dtistrf :" in- oncb- te " Circutda f olate. rat JOB P~riIcTJNG EVERY DESCRIPTION Swrcr~~~~riu~ ./ Cnn..IoosSeL Lowest Possible: Pr~ices. "Past, Pat, you should never hita man .s.hen he is down l Pat : "What did I work so hard to get him down for.~" ~5-Bedsteads. -F~6 yjI'- - Bedding; a-. ,. i -I-;.' W: T. SIMPSON. '1. Suppi ed, iaA.rerlHB iHi.eibo Irne Suppli Gos at the Ldowest Prices curr...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
'TES TO THE UNITED .XEINGDOM AND FOREIGN S- COUNTRIES. S.d. LiRas.-E- ch ½ ounce orunder 0 2k Pbost Cas ... ... 0 14 REPLY POST CARDS ... 0 3 H ,wIaPERs ... ... 0 1 CxMEECIAL PAPERS.-- o?CeB :or under.. 0 2& Over 4 ounces, bunt not over 6 ounces ... ... ... 0 3 Every additional two ounoes or under (up to 41bs) ... O 1 ParI?rx PAPPERS(other than news papers).-Per every tw-oounces or under (up to 4lbs) ... 0 1 Pamrrcs and Samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to lilb) 01......... RBEGIBS?IO Fz ... 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 24 Psauzas Post, wholly by sea. Fach parcelof 2!bs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up :to.111bs)... ... ... 0 9 Las L-rrraS must bear full postage and late fee stamp of 2d. extra, and may be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail closes; at Melbourne General Post OLce, any country Post O~ce, Rail way travelling Post Oce; handed to the inail guards, posted in bag at Spener-setreet, fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
N1ORTH m1ELiOJRiNE CITIZENS' AND SCHOOLS' , .9 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1895. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE Members of the Distriot, His Worship the Wayor and Councillors, the Board of Advice; the KN.A., and other Friendly Societies. Chairman: Or. CEO. CARTER (Mayor). Vice-chairman: Mr. C. P. DAVIDSON. S7mmitt ee Couneillora-Barswie. Carter (Mayor), Costelloe, Fogarty, Fuller, Gard,ner, Petrie, Pilkincton, and Steelo. Board of Advice Clment P. S.Davidson (Chairman)., 3. IL P.Folg la e (Correepondent), Jame.. Wylie, J.?., W. I. Fuller, J.?., William Nico ... o llin.goad Representati?ves-Cr. Dyer, Mesare. Aumont, J.?., Eades, and Brown. Here. Canon Carlisle, G. Williams, R. Secumb, W. Williams. Dr.. Burke, Whitaker, Peacock, O'Donnell, Troup, Loro. Also Measrs. W. Leemnmg, W. Mattingley, Hill, Barker, McLennan, Webb, Miekin, Young, E. and J. Fitzgerald, Cooney, Atkin, Brown, Sholer, Reynolds, Trenear, Leitch, Dr. W. Maloney, AL.A., G. AL Prendergast, M.L.A., A. & D. Braid, T. Crosbie...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
; SC'RAPS. & littlelive year-old, put in the crnea for tei~i 'naughty, said, "I wish all houses were built rpuud, and then there would not be any corne-rs."' Little Pansy asked her mother to read a t-?ry.. 3rother replied-" My eyes ache. I tannot read to-day." Pansy-" Don't read wif your eyes; read wif your moul." Ostler--" Yormlg man out there wants to hire a spirited hoss for the afternoon." Lveryman--' Fellers as ask fier spirited rsoc don't know nothin' 'bout hosscs. Give lii n Oid Bet ! Scene: ,ailw.y Station, 100 miles from home--ll.45 p.m. Passenger-" When does the next train go!" Porter-"Plenty of sime, sir. Workmen's train five o'clock to -"orrowmorning." Ar editor, who was whipped in the streets j (iinirsae citizen, the other day, gave the ?r?a, shilling after the _trouncing was over, for dusting his clothes. You rarely get the start of an editor. Sympathetic young thing-" Nothing in the paper but stupid strikes and bank failures. and depression of trade, and preva...
North Melbourne Police Court. Monday, March 18th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
lirhsiday, March 18th. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Nlessrs. Wa-yimnon;: 1ciideAnd..Wyylie, J'k.P. "-'?'-"i , ;" f: ROW??"" BR'NET.' . .; ? . • +t1'j P""' U:iE-i "Gr 61 i=L4 Chn nito~i sosts-r_ oi hIn sm e yg1e P drorbrsne f" de fqr clsL. - '. , ' 4. i~~ifi'Pl6dijA ed for £2417s, and-was Swoardei 2£2 'ana costs. :i· - i~A OWA1 V BRUIYNET,· · 'ie Roan. sued GcsstsaiBrnnet for airs of maintenanee made pn a preYous order. amounting to' £1 10s. ,~2postponed for 7 days.
They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
They Say That Xorth did not play -last Saturday on account of the wet. That the "?zsm of0ice "wi -l?eclosed next: Wednesday. That many of the shop.keepers will close it S' the rest" will. - That the Excursion is going to be a booming success. That those who stay away will be sorry. That Dr. Maldoney has gained five lbs inr wei-ht during his enforced rest. That it is worth while reading the local paper. That your own nanr.a may embellish its col umns. That "they" are Wrcng in saying that the Elite club would not form this season. - That the Fitts v. Fitta case drew a full house y'esterday. That " Pork"" teat "Beef" in the appeal last Wednesday. That you can't get a better critio at a concert - than a yourgeter in a back seat. That the Parkhill must have netted about. £i or 7. That Albert Oates makes a very good Dutch-t man. That the Parchill boys must have buzzed round for thier concert. Ttlhat G. A. Tracy seemed on very good terms . with his audience. That" welfielded, Grbrge," was ...
A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
A Dream. 5 I stood by the Temple gates, the tide of song out poured. ' I heard the white robed chorus sing, the anthem of the Lord. S My feet within the fane, the restful music drew. . The old church songs of child-hood's days, I heard them then anew. The organ's swelling tones, filled all my breast with awe. I Eaw the surpliced priest again, as oft in youth I saw. S: He stood asif apart from all, and from the old old book. SThat ancient volume of the Law, a well worn text he took. - - He fold them how the priests of old, took tithes of rich and poor, S Of old and young, of weak and strong, of grain and golden store. '; :: He told of tithines naid to them, of mint and cumm in too. Of offerings large in which the priest of old would have his due. t b ; bade them also bring with haste, great gifts to decorate, -,:,The Hduse of God, anti so sweet peace, might dwell within the gate. He^ispoke not of the poor, he missed that claim bhyGnd compare, G?ive, give he urged, but in these gifts,...
Thursday, March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
* : Thu"? day, March 20th. -f? re Dr. Lloyd (chai~an), Messrs. SB3arw~ise, Bindon, Carter, Fogarty, Gardiner, Steele, and Wylie J'. P. :"UC..ABBY KNOWS(?) liS FARE"' .Heziry i3mes Down, the cabman who is.icharged with driving the two men alleged to have aqsaulted and irobbed a Bindoo named Shullie in the train !rom Ech"ca on l4th inst., wais brought before the bench charged with ieing an cessory after the fact. Evidence was given by the Hiritd, aiid several witn:sses, hat accused irore cthemen rapidly away irom the N;,rth 'Mebourne Station. and took a different route to that which he should have taken with, his subsidised-cab. ;Ionstable Foley deposed to the arrest ef Down, and related the-statement whi.h he made, that he was unaware thalmis fare were guilty of an offence. ? The accused reserved his defence, and !was -committed for trial at the next General Sessions. He was allowed bail iiane surety .of £.50, and himself in a like amount IT V. FITrs; . Alicia M.L Fitts sued..her hus...
Irish Wit and Humor. (Continued. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 22 March 1895
Irish Wit and Humor. Bn T. L. COLEMAN. (Coniinued. • I Referring to elections, those fruitfu cause of disturbance in Ireland reminds one of the story of the man who was tried and jound guilty of manslaughter, and was about to be sentecced. The jury, however, Ead added a recommendation to mercy cn account of the doctor's evi dence that the deceased had an unusualiv thin skulL When asked ii he had any thing to say why sentence should not be passed uprn hi.n, Pat-replied, "' io, yure honour, only-was that a fit skull for a man to gc toan election wid ?" Scores of other blunders and witty say ings might be quoted. There is the case of the porter, who in answer to the hur ried inquiry as to what time the next train left fora certain station, replied, pointing to the receding lights, "Be jabers, sir, 'tis just gone." And also the \witty answer of the porter to the old gentleman who wor ried. so much oner his trunk-"Arrah, thin, 'tis a. pity you worn't an elephant in stead of an ass, for t...