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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

TER North Melbourne GAZ7E TLTE" * AND West Melbourne GAZ ETTE ARE Published every Friday .orning, And may be : Dbta ned from All News Agents. The Price Is only ONE PENNY. aEr. GIVE OP AL.? Matters. of local Interest. The columns are open wide to the Secretaries of C.ureJxej Lodrles>,-Socie ties, Clubs, &c., c nfril*.ions fro whom on matters of local interest will 5e gladly welcomed, and woil receive the smmost attenlW ;hs'Ppers .ilprone ADVERT1SIN MEDiUM In the Disicts .inwinchLey .. ,= * Oirim te:` ' . ;2.!t JOB JRIATING :OP' e1 id' Lowe ?pssible pirices. b ar -,ul .* w . z.,;'*.; &'dnr. FUJR-NI T~n .T. SIM PSO N.. 1 9W et a-Wt., rt Helibore ..Supie Goods at the Lowest Prices current in the trade, either for CASH OR EXTENDED TERMS. Shaesnpeare cotB~rns this as fo1iow~s SslaSeeetoput head in.-- ---K IAr c 3; 5 4 Fit it with such furniture as suits. - - HENRY VIII, Act 2, Scene I. The house is a respected house. MEASURE FOR MEASURE, Act 2, Scene 3. I think they cal...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Gazette
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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s--di 3zrrsrns-Each I ounce or under 0 2 roST CAEDs 0. -0T ]REPLY POST CARDS ... 0 3 3w5ESPAPEKS ... ... 0 1 CoMMEnCIAL PAPEEs.-4 ounces. or tnder-- e ... '2 Over 4 ounces, but' not over- f ounc ces. . 0 Every additional two ounces.: or .nder (zp to 4lbs) ..: 0 1 snrrTDmPAPEES(other than news papers).-Per every twoounces or uznder (up to 4ibs) .. O 1 runP iass and sampkes.Per every two ounces or under (up to IIb .... ... .. 01 EEGSrxATio FO x E 0 3 ,Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 2j an&cELs PosT, wholly by sea. Each parcel of 21bs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to Illbs)... .... ... ..0 9 LarE LErrrns must bear full postage and Into fee sta:. .p of 2d. extra, and any 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 -ay travelling Post Office; handed to. tVi mail braids, posted in bag at #pencer-...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

Football. By "'RovsE." Once again the season of the great winter vastime has come around, and the cricketer is beginning to lay by bat and ball and submit quietly to remain in a state of quiesence, while the footballer is busy looking up his uniform ana etceteras, and get into condition for the coming season's work. On every hand we hear the usual predictions and fore casts, and almost with a start we recog nise that in another three weeks the teams will commence their struggle for first place. The an.ual meeting of the North 31 lbourne Football Club was held in the U.F.S. Hall, Queensberry-street, on Friday evening last in the presence of a crowded house. The pressdent, Cr. Barwise occ,9ied the chair. The report and balance-sheet were unanitaously adopted, and it was shown that tie profits for the year amounted to £76 19s. 2d.; receipts, £199 14=. Gd., as against £15 7s. for previous season. £46 14s. Gd. had been used in paying off out-standing accounts, which left £30 4s. 8d. in h...

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North Melbourne's Popular Football Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

Noz'th Melbourne's Popular Football Seoatasy. Mr. A. J. WOODHAM. I The subject of our illustration this weak is Mr. A. J. Woodham, the popular Secretary of the Nocrth Melbourne F.O. who has juat ent-red on his third year of secretarial duties, being returned unopposed after a very successful season of office both in financial and sportive directions. He is a resident of West Melbourne and has identified himself very closely with Football and Cricket: in .Junior and Senior ranks, besides being a splendid amateur vocalist and one who is generally found offering his services in that line in the cause of charity. His urbanity and thorough willinunesss to undertake the various duties generally imposed on Secs. of clubs have made him very popular and there is no doubt but that the zlub has s cured the right man in " Woody."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

REMEMBER ! - THE 1ýTEW TA.LE COMMENCED LAST WEEK. SOLVYED IW[T BY TIME, ~,e-, T1)RY AFB EUREKA STOCKADE JA8. CROZIER, B.A. actk Numberis: Abtainable at Local News Agents.] -

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WEST MELBOURNE JUNIORS v DARLING [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

WEST MELBOURNE JUNIORS v DARLING The above match was played last Sat urday and resulted as follows-West Melbourne 135,: Darlina 96 for 6 wickets. The principal scorers fur the Wests were F C- Madden 5o, R.. Proud 2o, J. Darcy 15, D. Madden 14 :In the bowlinig de partrnent Proud took two wickets and Madden two, while two were run out.

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THE TURKISH COURT ASTROLOGER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

THE TLBKISH COURT ASTROLOGEB. Notwithstanding the progress the Turkr have wade of late years in the arts of civili ration, all, from the highest to the lowest. over the length and breadth of the Ottoina, -Empire, are a prey to the devoutest super elition. The oufice of Mundejim Bashi, or Court Astrologer, still exists. The- han'e duties are not of a very complex character, but they have an iruporiant heariig on political and social movemcents. For ever} action uf :be Sultan and his ministers 1'ri has to calculate the most pruoitious day. hour. cud even minute; and- he publisoes annot. I an aisanack, in which, for the benefit of the whole Mohammedan popula tion. the days are specified on which it is beot to have the hair cut or the nails trim ned, to take medicine, or to be bled, to visit friends, to buy houses, lands, or slaves, to undertake a journey, rnd even to do no thing. Next to the Koran, no work is more widely stulied among the Snltan's sub jects, and IL is very doulmLful wh...

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MEN WOMEN & Things They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

TS They Say That the GazEaZE came out a day earlier this week. That two "fivers" were collected at the Court last Monday. That the truant inspector is on the war path -Parents beware. That some alterations were made in the N. M. F. B. Club officers last Friday. That Mr Alf. Woodham enhances the beauty of this issue. That W. Roberts is now showing a special line of vicuna suits for £2 15s. That he has imported a large stock, himself. That St. Mary's Bazaar starts next Monday. That no advertisement to that effect will be found in this paper. That the committee expects big things financially from it. That the "Bazaar Gazette" will be an inno ration. That it will contain the programme for each night. The the experiment (pictorially) of the GazrEvz last week was not a great success. That it was equal however to the support it received. That the GAzErs people are very mean to the leader of the Boundary-road picnic contingent. That they persist in depriving him of his T (ea). That the picn...

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How To Get a Revenue. A HINT TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

How To Get a Revenue. A HINT TO THE PREMIIEB. Now, my dear Mr. Turner, You're proficient. I'm a learner, Pardon, then,a humble earner, In thus advising you. Victoria, serious her condition, The income Tax, your late decision, Will not improve much her position, Which time, I think, will show. 'Twill not bring in what you-re expecting. A pudding eaten in collecting, What's left will scarce be worth protecting, You may acknowledge yet 1 Now, it becomes every fellow, Yes. whether, black, white or yellow, To help to get an umbrella To shelter us from debt. Now, here are items, just a few, That would increase our revenue, And.cheaply be collected, too, Without any bother. Just license every sporting ground, iteceipta of payment should be found Stamped one italipenny to the pound, Illegal any other. The labour cEce of each gender. The bockmakcr (who drives in splendour)., Likewise the wealthy money-lender, 'Tis time they licensed -ere. Each ticket to concerts, dancing, Football, cricket, ...

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North Melbourne Police Court. Monday, April 8th. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

North Melbourne Police Court. Monday, April 8th. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Barwise; Bindon, -Fogarty and Gardiner, J's.P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Edward Ebel was charged with im bibing too freely, and with resisting Constable Hedger in the execution of his duty, to the detriment of his uniform. The bench fined haim 5ý. with 5s. dam ages. SOLICITING. Julia Hansen was charged at the instance of Constable Hickey with bein, a common prostitute. He deposed to moving her on from Elizabeth-street, and subsequently found her at 1 o'clock in the morning in Victoria-street, argu ing with a man who accused her of re ceiv ing 2s. from hin. Prisoner denied receiving the 2s., and when.searched at the watchouse she only had fourpence. She accused the police of hounding her down. In pathetic tones she shrieked, L* I can't live with you now. Mr. Hickey," and asked the bench for a chance, promising to leave the district. The bench, on this, discharged her, but promised that should she appear...

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A.N.A. v. CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

NA . CAM.LBRIDGE A match was played on the former's ground on Saturday last and resulted in a victory for the ANA. by 8 runs. Scores Cambridge c8, A.N.A. 66.

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STAMP DUTIES. BILL OF EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

STAFKH IEWTKES. B `hr ýý KNGI'-' ý----- *** JilL of Exchange and Pro isory Toita Where the amount or iue of the money for which a bill note in drawn exceeds £t0.00 then for - every £50 of the aenon t or value, -and also for any Era stan part a ^of £50 of such asuounf r cale .. 0 3 0 Bill of exchange payable 'a detand cfharge able with same duty as promissory msei for same amount. (Embossed stamps most ci ed,swhiciam.O r be obtained at ast Post mees5) Et etmsO _. - 1. Draft or order drawn.by any banker im. Victoria upon any other lboker in Victosrisy& not'payable to bearer or to order. and used solely for the purpose of settling-orclearieg anyaccount between suclkbankers. 2. Letter written by a 'anker in #ictcria to any other banker in Victoriadirectiesethero paymtent of any crni 77 us ney, Ithe satep osos ` being payable to bearer or to or.tsr, andesseb letter not being sent or delivered to *tus person to whom payment into be.made or tee any person on his behalf. . ~ q 3. Le...

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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. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 11 April 1895

Oricket. (Secretaries Rishing to have their reports inserted should send them iota the ottice not later than Tuesday in each week.] NORTHMELBOURNEIV.FITZROY. BY "S-rums." The final round was commnenced last Saturday, between the above Clubs, at Fitzroy. Fitzroy, winning the toss, deci ded to bat, and were disposed of for the moderate total of t,4, Waucuope, the well-known Coburg junior, being top scorer, with a well-made 53. Melling sas the next bighest contributor, with a vigorous 37. Cook was disposed of for io, put together by free cricket. Blayney (another well-known Richmond unior) made i4 by steady play, and Mclnnis (the late Coburg wicket-keeper) made 12 in good form. The renmainder of the team could not do much with the bowling of R Hous ton, who obtained five wickets for 40 runs, thus showing once more what an ireparable loss be has been to the ranks of North Melb.,urne The popular Dick displayed all his old ability in placing his field, in order to trap the batsmen, and hi...

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YANKEE YARNS. THE ENVIOUS MICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

YANKEE YARNS. TilE' ENVIOUS MICE. An old cockroach wh., had just struck a fashionable new residence for a three months stay, encountered some mice who were also strangers to the place. "Did you ever see such stingy people ?" exclaimed one of the mice. "We have hunted the place over without so much as finding a crumb of cheese." - " Ah, indeed !" • And as for cake, I don't believe they have anyin the house, even for company.'" "Exactly." ".nd what's your opinion of a family who don't take but a pint of milk per day, and keep that under'lock and key ?" "JLb !" "" "And to sum up the case," continued the mouse, as his eyes tilshedl and his bosom heaved with indignation, "We have mad-e u; our minds that if. we are not treated in a more liberal mnhner we shall leave this resi dence to be sold on a mortgage !" Moral-" Just so," v,,d the cockroach to himself, as the mice scampered off: "I have always noticed that the chap who earns t!-e least by his own efforts is the first to envy the pros...

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RESERVE FOR EMERGENCIES [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

RESERVE FOIR EMERGENCIES Partisan: "'The oppositioo press has found.out all about your, shady?-career. How can yoa meet their truthful accrsa tions ?" - P'oliticia : "1 I am impregnable" "How so? "I still have left that stroig reserve for such emergencies." "What ?" "A dig?nified silence." Luck is a good thing to ha-ve, but, no one will dcky., i 1 W Lm t a weaiz ror

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The Missing Hand. ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH OF AURELIEN SCHOOL. CHAPTER VI (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

The Missint M ,ADAPTED FROM TIE FRENCI O - AURELIt ScaottL. BYr B BRAINFILL HARRISON. - CHAPTER VI (Continued). Ludka sprang to her feet, trembli from head to foot. "My sister, did you say ?"? - "That is a secret I had intended to reveal to you on my death-bed, butricir -umstanoes have decided otherwise.P The ex-schoolgirl from the convent of Linuz could at last understand why ML Clavel's portrait hnng opposite to Mme. de Mont?vrain's over the mantelpiece in Clotilde's room. For the first time, she experienced a keen and biting sentiment efgrief--remorse. Alone in the world up to 4his moment, in those hours of solitude whey one involuntarily searches one's eonscience, she had fortified-herself with the abstract reasoning that she had no account to render to anyone. With out father or mother, she had not even a name to dishonour. Reckless of her soul, she had been as reckless of her body. The idea never occurred to her that at some unforseen moment a woman, a mother, would rise up be...

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WHY HE LID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL. HE COULD LEAP THROUGH THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

-'llY IHF LID lNOl' GO TO TI " HOSPITAL. tE COULD LEAP THROUGH T3E Al: r nhljeet in-writing is two-fold: to express *,y gratitude for a great benefit, and to tell a -. t story which cannot fail to interest the .*v-:,,.;s of many others. It is all about" y-if. b mut I have remnarked that when a man ,e:i-s !he honest truth about himnscif he is ali il lrere lilkerly to be of uso to his fellow :rI~l!ut'. TO be~nl, then, you muust ktuo I ;aI longbeen more or less subject to attacl .,i lr:uchitis. a comrlaint that you are alwaIe .r- -ry cotmmon and troublesome in Great hai il, in certain seasons of the year. Soma asontks ago I had a very severe turn of it worse, I think, than I ever had before. It as- yrohably brought on by my catching .. as we are all apt to do when we least exlect it. Weeks passed by. and nmy trouble a-roved to be very obstinate. It would not il:hl to medicine, and as I also beg'an* ti .,: icrolent racking pains in nmy limnalis and ad:k. I became hgreatly alarmed. I cou...

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Lady's Rational Costume, CONSISTING OF DOUBLE-BREASTED ETON JACKET AND RATIONAL LENGTH WALKING SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

Lady's Rational Costume, GozrsIsTING OF DOUBLE-IBEASTED ETON JACIET UD I?&TIONAL LENGTH WALKING SKIRT. As the rational dress for outdoor wear is to become a part of every. woman's equipment, we take an early opportunity of presenting our subscribers with a good style of one, which is moderate enough no tto startle conventionality, whilst being thoroughly and nicriyadapted to the pur pose to which it is to be put, that of walking or street wear. In unison with this dress, we might mention the tweed knickerbockers, which are held to be the most rational form of underwear, and for tlhe cold weather especially can be colin mended for their comfort and warmnnth. The costume is made in sucn materials as cloth, tweed, serge, and similar makes of woollen fabrics and corduroys, and the trimmning used should be as utilitarian as thedress is intended to be. Bindings of braid are always neat, and facings of vel veteen or thick. corded silk are suitable. In our engraving the costume is m...

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SOLVED BY TIME. A STORY OF THE EUREKA STOCKADE. [All Rights Reserved] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

SOLVEpIBY g A STORY OF THE EUREKA STOMAE;« EAU Rigsz Rese rre& ], I endal not pnt the anxiety a?rya from no I could not I't fa,,ey that there was smore in tht mautter tlan alp~ared on the absiee. (-`uphel?-l wv, rl?t tire ilan to, take very W..riul;y a t ofjiltiln. WLe were all tarred wit, the -alne sti'ik, anti Sduotht were sirant flirt.. We left a~ ra san e-y l m-h. antl tok mosin t illosolhi, ally any liltle rtubs that fell in our way Ihnde-,, hug la.k at lift I nc th,4t as the cae with ;unst-? young mcei outside the corn of the thi ee-ruohune novel. Of ?ur-e l1.,te i, etmqn, ror at least once 3,, a life tint victory ust-ally comnne after we rcadi thirty svuit rarely before. Le side-, ue weurt busy aontg felloes, and really kh.i little ti:re fr philandering. 'tho coiln.l tl.t word -ietrwa~s a geni's who ever c *L It.. very n-L - e"presss Agai,, rat was always i'alIyf0ork good matn,-,l ro?, ant!athoughi I haddeen him In a goi'od manr I nerer ktnew him back out withoult the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 19 April 1895

Advertisements. &IScarzrz 1911A0!D E.ICS. WEDiG IES. EIEs 1____at K EEPRS st Ms It _____ I -taralt e B- - E l AZE CAlUS AND WEDMIAG RIES. PRIMES Sent on Applicaties I-carnt IEPEIES. SPECTACLES A Large Stoek anmd ELETROPITIE Always en Basi. A lar Stodm. + P. B. gogy egg ,4. TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, NORTH MELB Watthes, 's.ks and Jewellery Repzaired. All ear Work CGaranteeL. - 6 -CATTERALL & CO., jOU: R; Y oRCERS M ERCH ANT " RECEIVE -MMEDIATE ATTENTICN. TAI LORS, TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, :56 ERROL ST., NORTH MVELBOURNE. West of England Blue Vicuna Sac Snits, £3 3s.; value, £4 4s. West of England Tweed Trousers, 17s. 6d.; value, 25s. JONES & SOJIS, HIGH-CLASS CIEuUiic I???IE K ER F" I?-IE, .fDlLTS': OHiLfDEEN': HEARSE COACH and COACH £4 1Os. SILVER BLUE s. COFFIN CASKET Js NORTH ~E2LEzOURNE: 1~6 TI\lTOQ?QRIA SwTIE?OT,? LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE, - - "AD: ALL SUBiRBS. - - 2ELŽPTONE 361e ElIsBII?lG: Our process preserves Human Body, Century, £10. Temporary, pending Funer...

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