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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 — 29 March 1895

INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To :NTE SOUTH WALES, NEw ZEAl~ D, QUEENESLAND, Sourm AusarEA7A, TAsnANtIA, WEST. AuSTReATJ, = Fun, NEW RHEBIDES AND BEIISHIS NEW GunIai s.d; LrEELs--Per ½ ounce or under 0 2 P-r CAs ... ... 01 REPLY POST CARs. -l. 0 2 . LEiErsa CARDs to N_ S._Wal mania, W. Australia n 0 I To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2) Booss-Per four ouncesorunder (up to threelbs)..; ;.. 01 IKsEWpAPERs ... ... 0 REGISTRATION FEE... ... .03 Bur-n parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per Ib or fraction thereof ... 0 1 PArcEL Posr.-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) ... .. '0 6 PacKETS. COMMSBcIAL PAPERS AND Pn~I TED PAPERS.--Per every two ounces or under (up to 41bs) 0 1" (Items see Victoria) PATTERss, samples, packets of. merchandise, &c.-Per every . two ounces dr under (up to lib) 0 1

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

.POSTAL NEWS: : -:--:- RATES WTITHIT VICTORIA.. : LE~Eos.-Per' ounce or under 0 2 U: ?GESr LErTaE.--Per letter'0 6 (inadditiontoordinary postage) (Urgent letters are,on arrival 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 ay delivery by telegraph messen ger, nor if addressed to a place having no delivery by letter car= rier or telegraph messenger.) Post CAEns ... ... - , . SRwE-RLY Posr CARDS - LETTER CARDS .0 I ; NEWSPAPERS .. 0 0O BooKS.--For every-four 'oumces2 ' ` C ': or under (up.to threelbs) 0 1 REcIsraTIosN :Fg -E ..1;.: 0 3 PARCE.S. -Two pounds orander 0, 9, (each extra pound orpart °3d.) - : Buis parcels of -newspapers, .posted by:a .registered- news-. paper publisher or news ven dor, per lb or fraction thereof O 1I (Not less than 4 papers in each ... PACK"Ts. CouxERUALaAPES.--For every - - two ouncesorunder(up to 3lbs) 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

-JGA f E: :T ýes E.I 1 :1f`A 7 1 * North ielbourn me GAZ:E T E : - ~im ?Ai : :id ':?;?:- i ,: - ...T.o Price.:-: : -.?-: . o -. EU,, DETAIS OF-ALT - atters of LoI- Interest. The columns -are ope wide to the =:om on m?te? -? of £2 ereaio utmost a Meetlouin ..:. - ". . ;: _-, .^:.:- i 9: :- . - , I In Sbtesei n Papeo Asill w rovet . -+- 4 -?+ ..,' s,.- - ,.+ :.K : , .:Thii PriceS ii c.ih iy -+h - .---: . k z. --.::Da-4 , . : r -ie, C lUhs.. &C. " CO-ti2iteiO ns.- ,from JOB P; NTN }OF 5 3tps inn Fdrb a a :-EVERYE; TESeRIPTION Lowest Possi blePrices. " Pat, Pat, yout should never hit a man when he is down !" Pat: "What did I w'ork so hard to get himr down for?' ' a. BedIding.U W. T. SIMPSON :19O & 192 Vfictoriam-t., @ier?t felb0holiii Supplies Goonds at the Lowest Prices current in the trade, either for CASH OR EXTENDED TERMS. Shakespeare confirms this as follos: He that hath a house to put a head in. - KING LEAR, Act 3, Scene I. Fit it with such furniture as suits. - - ...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM ANDi FOREIGN. COUNTRIES. s.d. IrETEs.--each ounce orunader 0 2 Posr CAnS .'.. .. 1 REPLY Pos CAnWS - . , 0 3 NEWSPAPE ... ... 0 1n COMnIECXAL PAPEns.-4= ounces or under... .- ... 0.2k Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... -.. 0.. 0 3 - -Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 1 ParncE PAPEes (other than news pavers).-Per every twoounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PAF'rrxa? s and samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to . lih) ... o01, REGtL DaO N FEE Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0: 2. PaRCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each parcel of 2lbs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to 1llbs)... ... ... 0 9 LATE LerrtrI s 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 Office, any country Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Office; handed to . the mail guards, posted in bag at Spencer-stree...

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GENIUS IN ECLIPSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

GENItS IN ECLIP3E. How majestically do men of genius: walk in history; some like the sun, ", with all his travelling glories round him"; dthers wrapped in gloom, yet glorious as night with stars! And yet, on earth, these men were not happy, not all happy in the outward cir cumstances of their lives. They werein want and in pain, and familiar with prison bars, and the damp, weeping walls of dungeons l Oh ! I have looked with wonder upon those who, in sorrow and privation, and bodily discomfort and sickness, which is the shadow of death, have worked right on to the ac complishment of theirgreat purposes; toiling much, enduring much, fulfilling much; and then, with shattered nerves and sinews all unstrung, have laid thcmselves down in the grave and slept the sleep of death-and the world talks of them while they sleep. It would seerm, indeed, as if all their snfferings had bht sanctiied them-as if the death angel, in passing, had touched them with the hem of his garment, and made them h...

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Cricket. [Secretaries wishing to have their reports inserted should send them into the office not later than Tuesday in each week.] NORTH MELBOURNE V. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

Oricket. [Secretaries washing to' hve their reports inserted should send them into the office, not later than Tuesday in each week.] NORITH MELBOURNE V. EAST " MELBOUIIE. - This match was continued on Saturday but the North-only compiled 155, owing to the destructive bowling of A. Trott, who secured B wickets for 60 runs. Houston had compiled -45, when he was unfortua ately run out. T. Fox aided the respect able total of 32; G. Bean totted up 29 and Maplestone 17. These were the only double figure contributors, and several of the crack bats failed to get going on this occasion, but we hope they will make up for it in the next inuings. The match was- continued last Tues day, when the East compiled the formid able total of 324 runs. P. Lewis contri buted 77 runs by a vigorous innings. A. E. Trott played another splendid innings for 52. F. Laver contributed 45 in fault less style, and J. Harry displayed some of his old form in the compilation of 45 ; Mc6ichael played steadily and well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

-, THE ýnfrcC:^ Published every Friday Morning, erice - ON PEPNYB TO BE HAD FROM ALL DEWS 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. Al Reports to be at hand not later the GO FND Y To the Office of the -o " North Melbourne Gazette," THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM - IN NORTH MELBOURNE. S. 00 0 0 0o00 o 0 0 0 0000 0-0 A. E. BORN & CO, GENERAL PRINTERS, 102 QUEENSBERRY ST., ORTH MELBOURNE. , -]etter Headingg Ag-reement 'nom Prograrnmes Meorandm et .. - -E : "t p liste . -,JB PRIATING at -Lowest;Possib.e Pii er .A . . . ., ., BILL OF EXCHANGE. -ll-kofN Bzhange~arrd*promiseory-Note Where the amount or value of the Smoney for wlich a'bill or noteis drawn exceeds £10,000. then toe every £?0 of the amount or value, and also for any fractional part" of £50 of...

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THE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

THE WINNERS Of the various races will be published in oar nest issue.

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HOW TO TAKE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

HOW TO TAKE LIFE. Take life like a man. Take it just as though it was-as it is-an earnest,.vital, essential affair. Take it just as though you personally were born to the task of perform ing a merry part in it-as though the world had waited for your coming. Take it as though it was a grand opportunity to do and to achieve, to carry forward great and good schemes; to help and cheer a suffering, weary, it may be heart-broken brother. The fact is.life is undervalued by a grea majority of mankind. It is not made half as much of as should be the ciae. Where is the man or woman who accomplishes one tithe of what might be done ? Who cannot look back upon oplportnnilies lost. plans unachieved, thoughts crushed, aspirations unfullilled, and all nLused from the lack of the necessary and'l,.i-?iile effor?! If we knew better how to take anld ml:e'the most of life, it would -be far greater thln it is. Now and then a man stands iaide fronm the crowd, Ia . bours earnestl3.'steadfastly, confidently...

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HARD ON THE LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

HARD ON THE LANDLORD. In the principal street of a certain Lan arkshire country town there lived, a few years ago, an old gentleman named Turn bull, who was noted throughout the district for his extremely choleric and steadfast dispowition. Wishing to remove to a more retired part of the town he notified his land lord that lie would quit the house he occu pied at the ensuing term. A day or twg after the landlord received this intimation he sent one of his workmten to 3Ir. Turnbuil's house with a paper which "te desired the tenant to allow to be exhibited in the win dow of the mansion, intimating that the house was "To Let." This Mr. Turnbull peremptorily refused to do, and on the work man venturing to mildly remonstrate with him, he went within an ace of kicking the poor fellow out. The landlord then visited him with the object of persuading him to allow the notice to be put up, but all to no purpose--he would not allow it to be dis played in the window upon any considera tion. The ...

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AT MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

AT MORD IALLOC. : A start was made at 8 o'clock, when the" first train was..despatchled, and by 9g o'clock; the..fouth. -and. last had left Macaulay-road. and North Melbourne,. carrying the late onesiwhoare.to be found at.every testivity. About an hour after the arriial of the last irai i, the foot-racing 'began, wvhich occupied. the unflaggingexeitions of the committee till dinner-hour, when, the ma jority of the. childre~i Were gathered to getherand seated.in rows and handed a bag containing a pair of buns, some bis cuits, lbllies and an aplple';'ithis ias sup plemented by -a cup of: tea, and formed a very good' repast. Some -more racing work was got throigh -by the long-suffer ing comniittee-men,- and then theyadjour ned to patiake of a special luncheon, for which they paid the brazen price of two shillings, which, w-hen compared with the retdrn that outlay would ordinaiily bring,: was prodigality itself, one of the greatest. grievances being the almost total absence: of drink, e...

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Citizens' and Schools' Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

Excursion,. Tt was a g!orious success. The ele ments, railway .department and theI committee conspired.together to ensure .. the yearly celebration of the event for after yesterday's experience no one could doubt for a moment thab next year a repetition will take place. This being, in a manner, an experi mental event there was the usual number of croakers as to the result, and detractors who did their little best to make that result a failure, the more dismal, the greater their morbid joy. They have been worsted however and as a penance for their unpatriotic and small minded energy to annul the efforts of the promoters in thlir en deavours to import a little more joy and happiness into this prosaic life of toil and anxiety, we shall expect them to work doubly hard next season to make the excursion of 189G a still greater success. The little sympathy vouchsafed by the business people and city fathers was sufficient to have kil led the project at its birth but happily the children cam...

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DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

-. -" DONATIONS" r The following donations. were ?lkindiy given towards te'picni-c byjthe business peopl enumerated below :-: Cr Carter (Mayorj,.?1s' is G. 3L Prendergast, M3LA:. los. 6d go Dr Win. Maloaey, 3LLA:, 10= 6d. ', - Fitzgerald Bros., .?'i Cr J. Steel, los Gd MrDolan,.10s . S P. Reynolds, lOs 6 . A3 A.?,.10 6d Cr Gardiner, lOs J.-Wylie, los 6d H. Crockett, :Os Dr- O'Donnell,lOs 6d Messra. Lenrin and Grey Sinith, 10s 3L O'Keefe, s C. Atkin, 10s 6d: A Friend, 2s. WY. Leeming, two pairs boots FP. B. McMaster, gold and silver brobches J. Cconey, handsome writing desk Sir Miskin, cricket bat and workbox Mr Cariss, two foot-warmers W? T Simpson, piece furniture 3r Dellet, wickerwork chair Mrs J. Owen, hand-painted cushion T.Brunton, two bags flour 3I. Hunter, bans 3L O'Keefe, buns J. H.Polglase,two loan quilts, silk cushion Railway Employee, suit of clothes, ht and W. Sholer, football and buns [boots Mr Tenear, tin bis:uits Mr Tucker, dressed lamb J. Moutgomerie, ornamented cake...

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THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

THE WORKEIRS. The snecess orf the pic-nic was due: primarily to those members of.the com mittee who canvassed for donations in cash anl kind, a'i' in this r?spect wai find it -ery diicult to -asskii?i o suo special env the pride of the place. We feel safe in bunching -essrs. J I P Poliase (hon. sec.), Bras?i, J Hooper' Somersall, T. Crosbie, C- P Davidson. (chairman), Scott, MlcM3astr Sholer, Halee:,'Dolan, La.ge, and Carke, :folo?a?e. closely by 3fesr-rs. Dott-: Cooney; ,Bergin,--Payton, .;Drummond, Fara:oi,-. Blay,'- Crockett, Williamis Delett, Clces,; Moran, NýicoL Tu~ker, Dobell, Smith, itchelr 'Parres, Stewirt, Donnan Bro n, -eomAi and Born. These, with~ fe~-rs: naorit and Brown, Eades an' Cr. Dyer froi'Coliing wood, were equally enrgetic on the?round and carried out their duties as if a prize of sovereigns ws to-be their iewar.L- M2r. Somersall being exceptionally zealous, arriving on the ground before daybreak to erect the tent. The rest of the coimmittee with the exception o...

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North Melbourne Police Court. Monday, March 25th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

North Meibourne PoicH Court. Monday, March 25th. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Barwise, Fogarty, Wylie, and Steel, J's.P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. D. Agar, A. McKay, J. Armstrong and J. Murphy were called upon to answer for their sins in this direction, and were all forced to contribute 5s to the poor-box, with the exception of Agar who was discharged. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR Robert Stewart pleaded guilty and was fined 5s. ASSAULT. Agnes Hamilton sued Daphne New ton for assaulting her on the 19th of this month. The plaintiff stated that as she was proceeding home defendant accosted her, and asked her why she (defendant) and others had been 'sacked.' She told her that the manager was the right one to apply to for informati.n, whereupon, without any further provoca tion the defendant struck her on the side of the nose, and on the eye, causing her to be under the doctor's care for a week. The defendant admitted the assault, but said that when she asked Miss Hamilton the reason of her d...

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They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

' They Say That there were abcut 000 at Mor4ialltf last Wednesday. That the tea at the picnic was smoked. That the ".comrades" were used as targets Sby some mischievous boys.. That an apple is a hard thing to get hit on the head with. That Jim Hooper is the fastest weight carrier in North Melbourne. That he crn't however, come up to R. Cong , don for waist measurement. . That as a bandmaster he has few equalse. 'That'there was not' a single drunk at the Spicnic. .. That- the mayor 'and onecouncilldr deignied to be prbeent.' ' That tltmse two came at halff-ime. That a certain municlpal magnate doesn't believe iu young people' ?pconing --he was never young himself (!). That tie Queen received the "cbrdest "toast on record, at hbe picnic dinneri That this is Large's opinion at any rate; in fi-ct, a "larger" opinion. That Peter McMaster shoved Polglase on his " boco " in the citizen's race. That some of those who didn't win a raee .said the hoandicappers were anwfuilly unfair. That thep...

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PLATING WITH ALUMINIUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

PLATING WITI ALUMINIUM. - Aaris correspondent says thattle process which is intended to constitute a new trade consists of a new deposit of a coat of aluminium upon a metallic surface by the direct contract of a valatilised salt of alum inum with the surface. The sheets of iron or other metal are first of all cleansed from all impurities by an acid bath, and they-are afterwards plunged into a solution of borate of soda, hydrated alumina, and some easily fusible flux so that theaurfaceshall be treated in a state of perfect c!ccnlincss. The articles which are treated in this manner are placed within a close muffle, and the walls of the muffle are raised to a very high temperature by a surrounding furnace. In this operation of plating it has been found by the inmentor that the metallic sheets are not only covered with a coating of aluminium, but that they become impregnated with it to such anextent that they are practircaiy an alloy of the two metals.

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HAIRDRESSING AS AN ART. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

HAIRDREuSSING AS Ax ART.-Although the art of hairdressing, preservation, and working of the human hair has, during the present centuryi attained the status of a science, it is somewhat surprising how careless the ,average Britisher is in this respect, as compared with his brethren of the.continental cities. This is, to a cer tain extent, acconiiited for by the large number of inferior workmen that infest this trade-the mere flourishing of a razor.or a scissors, in the majority of in stances being deemed sufficient, without any attention liaving been devoted to the study of the business as an 'art. It is, therefore, pleasing to know that Mr. W. James is an admirable exception. We have inspected a large number of seci mens of hairworl: souvenirs, wigs, curls, plaits, theatrical adornments,Cetc., manu factured, to order, from hair and combings 'siiplied by: his cifstomers, at his estab lishment, which will compare favourably with the- best work shown at Industrial Exhibitions. As iMr. ...

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IMPROVEMENT IN ALLOYS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

IMPROVEMENT IN ALLOYS. This allov- is tended to be used in thq piice 'of steel' in the' manufactdre of the various parts of watches, such as the balance wheel and hair spring, so as to obviate tha disadvantages which follow on their magneti sation or oxidation. The composition of the alloy is as follows :-Gold 30 to 40 parts, paladium 30 to 40 parts, rhodium 1-16 to 6 parts, silver 1-16 to 5 parts, and platinum 1-16 to 5 parts. The copper and manganesa are first of all to. be melted, and the otheE metals afterwards added, or the whole of the constituents may be placed in the crucible al • once, with the manganese at the bottm.

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Thursday, March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 29 March 1895

T?hursday, March 27th.,.. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Barwise, Bindon, Carter, Fogarty, Fuller, McBride and Wylie, J's.P. LARCENY. George Boxhall was charged with stealing from the person. M. Sullivan prosecuted, and said that he met two women in Spenoer-stre:t. West Melbourne, who invited him to go home with them. He accompanied them to Union Place. He gave one of the women a sovereign to get him some beer, and she brought him 19s. change. He went to bed, and ahen he woke in the morning, saw prisoner enter the room and take all hfs money from his trousers pocket. The accused denied the charge, but was sentenced to 2 months' hard labour. ROWAN V BRUNET. The plaintiff represented by Mr M?cKean sued by arrears of maintenance The case had. been adjourned from last :Wednesday, but when called upon the 'clerk of the court said that the money had been paid in. Hearing this Mr McKean ahpplied for £2 2s. costs, which, with those already incurred and still unpaid, would bring the am...

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