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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

- NDZTbNDENT ORDER OF RECEHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets ALTERNATE Mo. -i" EVENINGS, at S o'dockj in the Frindly Societies' hall, Queensberry-street, North Mel bourne. No 1NITIAT"ON FEES. CLEMENT DAVI.DSON, Sec., Paris,- D-yburgh-street, N. Melb. , BE ON THE SAFE SIDE. . -- If o.u "othe safe s-id ". tn be o- t .. of Warner Safe Cure. Among mnny thousands of people Who are on the asfe side is Mr. 1V. earten. mining manager of Skipton FIlt, BalIe-rat. (Vic.). who nays :-" War ne-'s Sa?fe Cu?re and &,,fe Pills effectually ntued m. of indigestion and a bad weak Seas of the kidcey.. While taking the Safs -tiure I noticed i tota! absence of thirs, aid I believe tlt it would cure those rcdicted to au inordinate une of stimulants." Another man who is on th sda side is h:-. Chas. A. Peters, miner of 1!sylosv-ile, Brsnnerton. (N Z). who writei.. no September 18th, 1891 :-- wr sflictedp with 'ri-ht's disease of the kidneys, and, after takine 35 botties of ,afe Cure was cored. I a...

Publication Title: North Melbourne Gazette
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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTI.IES. s. d. LaTrrRs.-Each ½cunce cr under 0 2, Posr CARDS 0 14 RtEPLY Pos- CAxRs . - - 3 NEWSPAPERS ... .. 0 1 COunEROIAL PAPERS.-4 ounces or under... .......0 2) Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... .... ...... 3 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41hs) ... 0 1 PRINTED PAPERS(other than news papers).-Per every two)ounfes or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 PATTERNS and salmples.Per every two ounces or under (up to l1b) ...... ... o01 R;:IGSTRArTON FEE ... 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0.2j PARCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each varcel of 21bs or under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to l1bs)... .... ... 0 9 LaTE LEa-Eris must bear full postage ani 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 M1elbourne General Post Ofice, any country Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Office; handed to ths mail guards, posted in bag at Spencer-str...

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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 — 6 July 1894

INTE{COLONT AL RATES. -To NEw SOUTH WAL:.s, N:w ZEAL.As, QUEENSLAND, SOU Tr AUSTRAL5A, TASMANIA, WEST. AuaTsams, FeJe, NEW HEBRIDES A.D BErTma NEW GUINEA. B. d. L-rZrns.-Per ½ ounce or under 0 2 POST CAnm .. ... 0 1 REPLY POST CARDS ... 0.2 LETTER CARDS to N. S. Walesj S. Australia, Queensland, Tas- - mania, W. Australia ... 0 1U To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2) BooEs.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three lbs)....... 0 1 NEWSPAPERS ...e... 0 REGISTRATION FEE........ .0 3 BULK parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newavendor, per Ib or fraction thereof ... O 1 PARCEL PosT.-,--To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia only.-Per Ib or under 0 8 Each additional i1:, or under (up to 11 ibs) ... .... 0 6 PACKETS. CoMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PRIN TED PAPERs.-Per e-e -y -wo ounces or under (up to 4lbs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PATrERNS, samples, packets of merchandise, &c.--Per every two ounces or under (Uo to llb) 0 1

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He Was a Plain Man. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

lie Was a Plain lan. He stood on a street corner loonne up and down as though waiting fr some one. A small, weak-looking man and a dock-tailed dog came along and he stopped them. "Is this the best street in this town?" "Yes, sir." replied the man with the dog.. "Well I'm durned," said the other, "if this isn't a fine street to call 13roat ,ay, aU littered up and not wide eungh to swing a cat 'round in. And is them your best buildings-no stores better thanithem?" "No, sir, these are our best buildings, but they are large and fine." "They don't amount to anything. You see I'm a plain man and speak right out what I think. Some folks don't like it but I believe in it. N,,' this town don't amount to anvtt'i .g, and the homeliest lot of men and women in it I've ever seen. I believe in being plain. Even that stump tailed yatler dog would give a cat the hystrikes if she even saw it. I'm plain." "What's thatyou say about that dog?" asked the other, showing increasing in terest. "Awful ornery...

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ST. MARY'S v. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

Sr. MARY'S v. CAULFIELD. This match was played at Caulfield on Saturday last, and, after a good game, re sulted in a win for Caulfield by 5 goals 2 behinds to I goal 5 behinds. Cartur marked and kicked well. Harry Legge a good one for Saints. Durec very much improved in his play. Be, tie Dick kicked St. Mury's unty goal. iinner lutley played the gaeie of the forty. Crombie was the neLL teal mau. 1) fended well. ?ieLcislh did noo kick a goal, but was awfully near it.

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The Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

The Liberty ofthe Press. Bi Jorsacc Corn: "SoUL of the world! the Press!; the Press 1 WVhat wonders hast thour wrought ! Thou rainbow realm of mental bliss, Thou starry, sky of thouight ! And priestly craft and kingly power, Have striven to bind thee down! But, ah, how low beneath thee cower, The mitre and the crown!' Mr. Isaacs is not going to get his "Libel Law Amendment Bill " through the Legislative Assembly so easily as he imagined. There are certain members of the House who, instead of enlarging the privileges of the newspaper press, would gladly, if they had the power, cur tail them, and thest members will, of course, do all they can to block the Bill. As one who has been connected with the Press from boyhood up. I am ready to admit that'numerous evils arise from the misuse which press writers make oft the power -which,, in. all'.free countries, is placed in their hands. At the same time these evils, bad as they are, sink minto nothingness when we come to compare them with th...

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History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria Continued. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria. - ]3 S. BARKER, J.P. Coztinued. IF the other ladies who formed the initial meeting were Mrs. Annie Lowe, who devoted herself with all the zeal and earnestness of a devotee ; Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Rickett, who were .?ever ready to forward the movement at their personal incovenieoce and loss; -Mrs. Elliot and Mrs. Steveoson, whose ready tact and perso-sal worth gave an impetus *o the i'ant society ; and the valuable aid and work of Miss Simmns, combined, as st was, with an intimate love for the motoemseot. made her a most hearty and consistent worker tor the Women's Francrhi. mzoae- nt ino Victoria. She brougo: to tie ms?v, ment a deep sense of the womenry re sp?onibilities it -nvo-ve I. Her good, sound, prac~tical, common sense made her a valnable worker to the novement she was striving to advance to its corn -1'etlm Such were a few ofa Lho.e .wh rere sLntriing to nliven the early ixove ment oif Vi omen' Shirage. Somc have fallein ...

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LITTLE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

A draw. Sweet Sicily liack Third on the Premiership lst. -ly ?;?- iez beat Grace DiJtto::? : . :( Tack Taylor 6ial not a bad un W.rbb played withoit hia & tooer. Tckwell was a sprec.. ing em ont Tonrth for the Stars cunt Sripos. bitielyer usig uin Ivery crooked.o Travis stell idn eridene "t itt e wint r (3 fea pruninn t asa ieria oa j tobby Grierson) platye a first rate earus lert Launder ra, il reginglis form Char. C.ore is te be jil aithin nr"i t oer had. MuGrahvc nt theorman he bet etithe for being. Stuickey a thorn in the sidesf 1hie op ponentsr . Samo 4ii ntoy in grand form. Iiprouing e'tery da o Siilky rignalyd hii return by - booting Neither side crn be atwitted with freso -u n ylayo o Rclentr ebr ioo ialyser oiied a gaol per formiiuce, C 'e got hnre freo kicks than aey ti. men on t he bri.nd Graham hOa worked his way to the fore wsonderufull self. Sicily in hris "u b gtod forii. Troubled 1ce itr.oy foiloseri. Si"ckey nearly eplugged " a "layiue. bdeey. your le i nper...

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Football. NORTH V. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

Football. NOiRlTr V. FITZROY. The North Melbourne team visited Fitzroy on Saturday last, where a large concourse oit people asribled, there beifg between 7000 and 8000. The weather was perfect, but for the strongt breeze that was blowing across the ground. The '_iny were decidedly the favorites, but the Northeners were very conlident of making their opponents go for it. Both teams were folly represented. Sicily and Skinner replaced Todd and Droop. Field umpire, Schaeffer. Rolent, the North's pilot, won the toss, and kicked with the wind. On the bounce, the North rushed into 'Roy's territory, when Manton marked splen didly, and passed to Graham to Sicily. The latter, at an angle, placed the oval, and, amidst cheers, hoisted the blue and white's first goal. Within another minute, by a tremendous rush by " Our Boys," Jack Taylor marked from Grier son, and by a magnificent kick put "p No. goal for North amidst intense ex atement.. The two goals were kicked within four minutes of the sta...

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North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, JULY 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

North M~elbourne Police Before Drf Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Fogarty, Iarwise, Wylihe McBride, and Birtwistle, -.P. . - LIZZIE HASTENS5 *TH LITTLE STRA?NGE." 1 Etlizabeth Hsllett, a by no means ill fav ored oung womian, stood in on a charge of insulting behavior... On Satrday lIst, just as the "North" was getting home to its tea "after the match," Lizie went round to Little Levison-street, wherein resides a "lady" who appears to be a piirticular aversion ofLizzie's. She thratened to smash the windows, smash h rself, and smash aznyone who interfere . She unused the "lady" to be confined since. Con-' stable Hardiman noticed Lizzie with a large stone, and attempted to get her to go home. She refused, and would rot walk to the lock-up, the genial -ardiman having to bundle her into a oab. Deiendant said she went around to interrupt ai undue intimacy, which, in fact, bordered on a liaisoi, between her lawfully married spouse and the "lady." Then both on 'em fell on her and fired her out i...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

ORDERS OF :THE D.Y. I I. 4ICE CO 'IMPrrEE Ci htcd moved I. That the sum £2086 18i. ,.. be passed for p.ayment on accounn of towrn assessmenit. No~ 2782 and 2278 Chap man-street, to "py?thb sum of £12, on account of amount of arrears of rates and interest, £16 12s. ?d., be accepted, and the balance, L4 12s. 2d., be written off as irreccverable 1 Ca~rrzed. 1 UIILIC i~OliS COIM'ITTEE. Cr. Petre n mved < 1. That ,he folluwin atenders for, sup plying5 spawis. uc accpted, vie. - Ii. Rowe, oO0 yards at 2.. 14d. per yerd; P1 Laveile 500 yards at" 2s' 1d.' per. yard; and P. Cherigan, ,tJ0 yards at 2s .2d. per rard; cost :o be debited to Loan No. 8, 1891 , 2. That plans and specifications be: prepared and tenders invited for tilling in lowlving guronds, parts qf allotments 8 and " ~,ection 93, between' Buncle street and Boundary-road, the property of Mrs. Eliza A Pe k Philadelphia. U.S. 3?. ?That tendershoei avitedifor liftirig and relaying kerbing and channelling ]Flemingtoa-road ...

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LIFE IN THE ALLEGHENIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

~LIFE IN THE ALLEGHENIES. A type of pionee" still existing in the Allegheny mounta ns, but fust passing away, is the old-time lumberman and wood-chopper. At the present day the n~umber of men engaged in that healthy but arduous occupation is but small com pared-with the tho isands that laboured in the pine forests a few decades since. Still the tumbennan met with occasion ally in the interior of Penn'sylvania faith fully portrays the characteristics of the class. Attired in a costume which would cause a sensation upon Uroadway, he stalks along with out attracting the slightest notice frlnm the inhabitants, with whom his app.arance is too familiar to cause commen-. The genuine old time woodsman will be seen in midwinter wearing a fur cap, the material of which is possibly a trophy of his rifle. A heavy and exceedingly lbud pattern flannel shirt is his only cl:est covering, for he scorns the coat and vest of the towns people. A pair of crmmonplace trousers tucked into long stockings c...

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Cambridge C.C. Annual Ball. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

Cambridge O.O. Annual Ball. The se.enth annual ball in connection with the Cambridge C.C. was hield in the INorth Melbourne Town Hall on Wed nesday evening, June 28, it being the most successful one held by the club. There were about 120 couples present, and dancing was kept up till n a.m. to the strains of llnbb's splendid band of perfornera The ball was tastefully -=fled by Mr. Goodhall, of Fitzroy, and the platform was artistically arranged with pot-plants and fairy lamps supplied by Mr. H. T. Kidd, florist, of North Melbourne, and mirrors kindly lent by Messrs. Yeoman, Catterall, and Mc Master. Mr_ H. Johns again made a wreath, which hung on the wall, and which was greatly admired, and re flected-great credit on the maker. During the evening the president (Mr. C. Yeoman) presented to the sec retary (Mr. A. J. Clarke) a handsome frams of photos, given by the members, for services rendered to the club, and M?r F. T. Armstrong (vice-president) presented to the president the marble ...

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A WINNING SADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

A WIN5dNG SA 1)NESS. Jeisie: " W",ot n pretty trace Kitty has . but , little sorroa ui,i d~uint yVo think l " Ned: 'Yes; that sad expreseiun is her stronghold. No Intr ever usees it without fee-ir g a desire to sreand th.-reet of his life in mn.Lsing her happ,'."-Pieck. Loae does not lauglh at locksmiths when the key refuses to lok the trunk two minutes before starting for the station, on the WTad ring to-r.

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Correspondence. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

Correspondence. WOMEN'S SUFF.1?AG E. * TO TiHE Ethlut't. SIR,-It is not iny desire to unneces sarily, proong an academic discussion of the above subject. Nevertheless, after perusing the letters in your last issue- the grim native humour of which is suffi cient to provoke, a brick .tn laughter,.-,l. cannot refrin.n frons directing the atten tion of your readers to the arguments that have been advanced for and against the proposed reform. One writer opposes it because he con siders women are " vain." Another, be cause h. Herbert Spencer has given to the world a certain redutidant definition of the tenn " rights "; and,. further, be cause " women are impulsive." Reduced to portable dimensions, this embrace. all the objections levelled - ,,gains Women's Suffrage in this con troversy ip to date. On the other band, it has been demon strated that the claim is just and ex pedient, and no scientific endeavor has hitherto been made to disprove either of these conclusions. Consequently, I fee...

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NOBLE UNSELFISHNE [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

NOBLE UNSELFISHNEl On the 27th of December, 1885, one of the American line of steamers, the Lord Gousgh;. while on its way from Liverpool to Phila delphin, sighted a Gloucester fishing s.hooner in distress. The wind was blowing a gesle, and the schooner almost disabled, and, with three or four of the crew already washed into the ocean, was flying the signai for help. . Captain Hughes of the steamship saw the fearful peril which a rescuing party must encounter, but his call for volunteers was promptly answered by themate and a crew of brave men, -nd preparations were made for thi desperate trip. To the astonishment of all, while the boat was being lowered, the flag of distress, on the schooner's mast was hauled down. Perplexed at this movement, the hardy rescuers hesitated, but it was finally decided that the boit should go. With great difli culty the schooner was reached, and on her deck were found 12 men utterly without hope except from outside aid. It was necessary to make two tri...

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ON THE STAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

ON THE STAIRS. We were sitting, after waltaing, On the stairs, He. before I coulb forbid it, Stole a rose, ere yet I miosad it, And, as tenderly he kissed it, Swiftly in his pocket hid it. UnLwares. We were talking, after waltzing, On the steirs, had said that he should rue it, And a lecture I intended, Which I think he apprehended; I was kissed before I knew it, Unawares. We weese sitent, after waltzing, On the stairs. I had stormed with angry feeling, Biut he spoke love, never heeding, And my eyes fell 'neath his pleading, All my depths of love revealing, Unawares.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

F?ees Payable Under Stamp Luties Act 1896 B-lL. OF EXCHA1-GB. Bill of Exchange and .housiaory NotO Where the amoxnt or value of the :muney for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amount or value, and al, o for any fractional part of £50 of such atuount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of eachange payable on demand charge able with same duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Embossed stamps muot be uved,which may be obtained at all Post Oflceo.) E ExrvPoOs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and used solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a baoker hn Victotl" to any other banker in Victoria directing the paynent of any sum of money, the came 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. 3. Lette...

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SLIPPING HIS CLAWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 6 July 1894

:.IPPING HIS CLAWS. .tOeat the difficulties which the keep. ers of certain wild animals in museums and other collections have to contend with is the tendency of the claws to grow into the flesh, in the absence of the wear and tear which they receive in the ani mal's wild state. A wild bear,for instance uses his claws so much in climbing that tthey are not only kept sharp for use, but are worn down to a proper length. Do mestic cats know the necessity of this process, and may often be seen scratch ing vigorously on the bark of a tree for no other reason than to keep down their claws. Some time back in the Museum of Natural History in the Paris Jardin des Plantes, it became necessary thus to trim the claws of -a young bear of great strength, cunniing, and irascibility. But the animat would not permit himself to be touched. - - Strategy was resorted to.. The cages .f. the museum communicate with one another by means of trap doors. In the cage next to the one occupied by the bear, a ,mo...

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THEIR REASON [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 13 July 1894

THEIR REASON Let no man take an apparent compliment as meaning all that it seems to signify until he is sure that he knows the whole story. A well-known novelist wasonce ,isitingthe house of a kindly, though rather literal minded, family. One night his host came home from the office, and said, with a beam ing look "I've brought home your new novel, to read aloud to my wife." " Ah. well," said the gratified novelist. smiling, " I hope you won't insist on reading aloud while I am in the room. I'll retire as early as I conveniently can." "Oh, no, we'll read in the library, and let the children entertain you," was the jocose . reply. The guest did seek his chamber at an early hour, and had no sooner reached it than a sound of animated reading began to ascend through the register. It continued without cessation for an hour and a half, and when, after a sound sleep, he woke at midnight, it was still going on. W Well, at least they find it ten interesting to leave," he said, and dropped of...

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