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DRESSED IN WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 27 July 1894
DRESSED IN WHITE. Twas, quite clearly I remember, On a Snid;ay in September, Sunday night; And in church we were together, She-a night of summer weather Dressed in white. I'd no book, by some omission, And the space of our diviston Lesser grew ; -Lesser grew since she, perceiving Plight, half hers would be relieving, Nearer drew. Then, if finge s stayed together Round the soft morocco leather, :n that song; If in singing, I leant nearer To her cheek, to read the clearer, Was it wrong? Was it wrong ? The cheek was blush ing Next to mine, and mine was flushing Next her sighs. If I thrilled was it amazing At the unexpected raising Of her eyes? And, I always shall remtenmber, 'Twas a morning in December, Frosty, bright ; That, in church again together, She was rightly-'spite the weather Dressed in white.
DREADFUL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
DREBADFUL .How glad I am, dearie, that our tastes are so very .similar," said young Mrs. Honeylip to her husband when they had re turned from their bridal tour and .era fur nishing the lli"t in which they were.to be " so perfectly happy." " We agree about everything, don't we, darling?" she continued. " We both want cardinal and gray to be the prevailing tones in the parlour, -we agreed exactly about the blue room, and both wanted oak for the din ing room and hall. We like the same -kind of chairs. Ot, we agree exactly. don t we, and how nicec it is ! I'd feel dreslful if wa didn't agree, particularly about any impor tant thing." 'So would 1, darling," he said. 'Ia's lovely t's live in such perfect hIarmony. Now, I guess I'll hang this lovely little water c;olour your aunt gave us right over this cabinet, shan't I ?" "I don't hardly know, love. Wouldn't it took better over that bracket on the opposite wall?" SI hardly think so, love; the light is so much better here." - "Do you thin...
WIT IN THE PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
SWIT IN THE PULPIT. Although an extreme gravity of demeanour is generally considered essential to the proper conduct of religious services, num berless e3amples are on record in which the occupant of a pulpit has thought it riot in consistent whlh his position to indulge in outbursts of wit, or to give free reign to his sense of humour. In some instances, of course, this has been done deliberately, for the purpose of more thoroughly engaging the attention of the congregation; but the effects have been occasionally somewhat startling. Sydney Smith was once preaching to a con gregation in Edinburgh, mad; up almost ex clusively of ladies. He chore for his text the words, "0 that men would therefore praise the Lord," laying special stress on the word men, and looking signiticantly around the church. The Rev. Dr. Howard, rector of. St. George's, Scuthwark, and chaplain to Prin cess Augusta, was so fond of good living that he ran considerably into debt with many of the tradesmnon in his p...
THE CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THE CASTLE. In the heart of a mighty forest Bose a castle gray and old, And its loophole grates in the smncet Flashed, gleaming like burnished gold" Of old, from its highest turret, Waved a banner broad and gagy, And warriors tall, on the castle wall, Keept guard both night and day. In the courtyard, chargers trampled: . In the hall, both squire and knight Vied, eager to win the favour Of many a lady bright. And over the clattering drawbridgo Oft rode some young gallant away, To strive forithe spurs of knighthood, At the feet hi his lady to lay. And as oft from a loophole window Looked some maiden's lovely face, To. smile to her own true lover And wave him a parting grace. But now in the topmost tower Is many a wild bird's nest, And the bats and owls fly shrieking, When some chance disturbs their rest. And in the hall where fair ladies . Once listened to knightly speech, The moonlight lies on the roofless floor, In nue long, unbroken reach.. -',The lopphole from rwhich sweet maidens...
"COME, LOVE, COME!" [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
. COME, LOVE, COME!" A.pensive young man, while sighing, "Come, love, come," beneath hia Dui cinea's window, th. other night,.had love, music, windand everything else knocked 6ut of him by a something in a long white gaiment. It proved 1o be his lady-!ovc, whohadleane:1 too far over the windaow aill. He will sinc "Come, love, come!" furtherb.ck in future, as his svstemcan not; stand any more such shocks. - A Tennessee editb boaods that his wife is h beat in the Stt.te. He says: "She al ways meets. uas with a smile,' and ehe know, too1 just bow ig ire it mized.''
HASTY MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
HASTY MARRIAGES. Better too long a courtship than a short one. Undue haste aften results in un speakable misery in matrimonial aliances. .vae is proverbially blind; he is more a is wilfuly blind, and should be made to open his eyes. A little corn n sense mingles advantage:usiy with everything; so far from being o:ut of place. it is abso ,utely essential to safety in affairs of the heart. Many a girl has had her whole happiness for life destroyed because she obstinately chose toe form her estimate of the character of a suitor exclusively by his behaviour toward her, and his profes sions of love, rather than by his conduct toward others. It is a pretty safe rule that a man whose whole life is but an e?x esrplification of selfishness, will not long continue generous in relation to his wife. Character is seldom revolutionised by marriage. There may be a slight reform temporarily; it rarely lasts long. And men suffer as well as women from ill ssarted marriages. M1s.nya towering am bition...
THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. A famous diver, tells singular stories of his adventures when making search in the deep waters of the ocean. He gives the following sketch of what he s3aw on the Silver Banks, near Hayti: "The banks ofthe coral on which my divings were made are about forty miles in length, and from ten to twenty in breadth. "On this bank of coral is presented to the diver one of the most beautiful and sublime scenes the eye sver beheld.. " The water varies frnao ten to one hun dred feet in depth, end is so clear that the diver cansee from two to three hundred feet while submerged, with very little ob struction to the sight. "The bottom of the ocean in many places on these banks is as smooth as a marble floor in others -t is studded with coral columns, irom tet to one hundrcd feet in height, and from one to eight feat in diameter. "' The tops of the moe lofty support a myriad ol pyramidical pendants, each forming a myriad more, giving the reality. to the imagiDary aboct: of s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THE "'J'S\IORTH JVIELBOUFPNE GAZETTE" Ze"Published everyl Hriday Morning. ~P 'c - 0 I -V ? P -.E1V1/.? To be had from all News Agents. **** Q - It gives full details of all -matters of Locai interest. Its Golumns are open wide to the Secretaries of Churches, Lodges, Societies, Clubs, etc., con* tributlons firom whom, on matters of local interest, will be welcomed and will receive the utmost attention. All reports to be at band noi later than Wednesday morning. IT WILL PROVE A SPLENDIC ADYERTISING [EDIMUi ZI. the distriots through which it Chioulates. o * . 0 A?DERTISE IN, AND READ It will pay you. The, paper circulate extensively in thd neighbourhoods of Hotham Hill, Kensington, Flemington and Essendon. - rO, FOX YO"IU? i OB • • ÷ TO OBORN & CON, 102 QUEENSBERRY ST., t(UXZa 7EzaxWLT SOozaTLzS' 2iUZ.nDZN). ?o" " -Z'q-OZ:?, Z,,/" - ___.,_-3 JOB PRINTING of every description executed on the Shortest Notice with Neatness and Des patch, including _ Cards_, Boorks, . Ciorcurs, BII...
A GRAVEYARD ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
A GRA VEYARD - ADVENTURE. "Then, boys, I Buppo. I have to go T" I addressed tle party with a cheerf'ul tone of affected indifttrer.ce, in hopes that come one among the number, more fond of midnight adventures than I, would v-olunteer to act as my substitute. " Yes," replied one of the students, smiling, "the die has cast your lot." .-" Hlaviing secured in me a tool to serve their purpose, they iushed me success i= my adventureo; and, bidding me good night, I coon found myself alone in the dissecting-rooni. As I sought for the implemrsts requisite for such an adven ture as I was about to engage in, I in, wardly wished tl?t I had never begun the study of medicine ; and bitter were the invectives I cast against the fate that had selected me as the unfortunate one. Securing the necessary articles, I laid them oni the tablle until such time as I was ready to sally forth. It wan:tel two hours to umilnignt; and to pass away the time, which I knew would hang hleavily on ry hands, I se lecte...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
News and Notes, TsE NoRIs MELBOURNE "CINDER .ELLAAASSEsE LIS" Were brought to a highly snccessfu! issue last Wednesday :in the Town Hall, North M~elbourne. For some months past these dances have been held amongst the young of the dis trict. Full repo:r next week. THE BOYS BEIGADE COMPANY will hold a grand concert and gymnastic dis play on Friday, the 17th inst., in the Wesleyan school-room, Howard Street, North Melbourne. A good programme is prepared and the Rev. W. WVilliams will oecuyy the chair. LECTURiE ON SEWERAGE WORKS - Cr. Fogarty has succeeded in getting Mlr. Thwaites, the Engineer-in-Chief of the Metropolitan Board of Works to deiiver a lecture in the North Melbourne town Hall on the sewerage scheme on a date to be announced. THERE is a tendency at times to over ride the usual court procedure for the purpose of conveniencing a lawyer who wishes to hasten away to some other court. And when Mr. Glllott, last Mon day, brcke in whilst Sergeant Hehir was going through the polic...
TOBOGANS AND TOBOGANING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
TOBOGANS AND TOI3BOGANING. A tobogan is a kind of sledge, or " sled," as they say in America. It is made of a plankof birch, in length from six to eight leat, about eighteen inches or two feet broad, and with a maxnimum thickncss of consider-ably under a third of an inch. -. is strengthened, moreover, by the addition of braces made of some firnt wood placed at a distance of a foot apart. About two fret of the front portion is turned up and back, nnd the bend thus formed is kept in shape 7by two strings of catgut. With thle addition ot • leading lines" for pulling it abut. cushions for sitting on, and a neatly painttc.l name, you have a tobogan of the most fer ekt-kin?. The majority are without either qushioos or names, and are simply bent: planks of wocd. In Canada, and some paris of the Unitedi States, everybody tobogans except papa and mamma. Every suitable hill for miles around is covered with the votaries of the sport, some flying down at lightning speed. others toiling up, and ...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
Correspondence. TO TOE EDITOr. Sin,--Noticing in you issue of the 29th, inst., reference to the state of the City Council's side ot the Fiemington road, I thought it would be well were you to l,,k around a bit nearer home, and draw the attention of our own Council to the state of the road in Mun ster Terrace. Last week 1 saw a child attempt to cross this street, and before it had gone far stuck fast, and was only released by an elder chi:d pulling it out by main force. I have seen some bush tmrackis in no worse state than this road is in-and a so-called city street. This, sir, ought not to be tolerated by the -ratepayers for one moment. Trusting that wrhen you have drawn attention to this matter, the scrapers will be put to work, and soamne metal will take the place of this mud. Thanking you in anticipation, I am, A SPE8 TATOR.
North Melbourne Council. MONDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
.North Melbourne Council. MosD*Y, JuLn 50. Present---The 3lMayor (Cr. Gardiner), Crs. Pilkington, Petrie, Carter, Barwise, Caine, Steel, and Fogarty. Correspondence Town Clerk, M[elbourne, re municipal valuations of Tramway Co., and letter from solicitors Herald and Roberts con veying d~ecision. Cr. Steel said that he attended meet ing of the conference, and it was decided to let the appeai drop. He would move that the council confirm the action of the municipalities. I ICr. Pilkington was surprised to hear that the tram lines were not paying rates, or that the rates were not coming in. The company were meeting their sinking-fund liability all right and paying in tO the Trrst. Had he be longed to the conference he would not have agreed to lej the appeal drop. Received. Secretary Shire MIalvern, pointing out the desirability of holding a con ference to consider the advisability of considering the Federation question, and asking that two representatives be appointed. Cr. Fogarty warml...
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
POSTAL NEWS -:0:- - BRATES WITHIN VIOTORIL. i. d. LET-xr.--Per ounce or under 0 2 UaoGErT LEuEs'rP .-.Per - letter 0 6 (inaiiditiontoordinary postage) (Urgent letters are.,. , ,-ival at the Post Office in ' :.,wn to which they are l, .t -.atced as telegrams, an1 -.i with - the utimost dcespat . i y. .will-. not be delivered if .. -. ..el to personsresidingbe?ni: . • .urlin- ; ary deliverybytelegmalph z:ucs-?. . ger, nor if sddressed t,-= pl ace" having no delivery by leLitcr car rier or telegraph messenger.) PosT CARDs ...0.. 0 REPLY POST CARDS - 0O LEarrB CARDS ... .:. .; NEWSPAPERS ... ,.. 0 0 BOOKS.-F?or every four euxOea or under (up to three lbs) 0 1 REGISTRAON FEE ... 0 3 PARcELs.--TVo pounls or under 0 9 (each extra poundorpart, 3d.) . BurL parcels of newspapers, posted by a registered news paper publisher or news ven dor, per Ib or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less than 4 papers in each parcel.) PACKETS. COlMEEOIAL PAPERS.-FOr every two ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 0 1 (Such as ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
ZnDEPENDENT ORDERJ OF RECHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets ALTERcATE MIONDAY EVENINGS, at 8 o'cldock, in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Queensb*rry-street, North Mel -bourne. S No INzITIATION FENs. S CLEMENT DAVIDSON, Sec., Pais," Drybu-gh-street, N. Melb. BE ON THEE SAFE SIDE81. If you - 'o the safe ed -c2 must be on t.. ~de of Warnerr s Safe Cure. Among m.Xny thcuesnds of people .ho are on the safe side is Mr. W. Brten, mining manager of Skipton Flat Bal?rat, (Vie.), who says :-" Wa'r -r's- Safe Cure and Safe Pil.s effectually Enred me of indigestion and a bad weak cesa of the kidneya. While taking rie Safe Cure I noticed a total abserce of thirst, and I believe that it would ncure. those addicted to an inordinate nuse of stimnlantL" Another man who is an the Msafe side is Mr. C!ha. A. Peters, miner of Taylorrille, Brunnertuon, (NZ), who writes on Septemboer 18th, 1893:-Iwas afflicted with Bright's disease of the kidneys, and,: after takine 35 bottles of Sarfe Cure was acred. I ...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
RATES TO THE UN'IED KINGDOM AND FOIREIGN COUNTRIES. a. d. LE?TIsES.-Each ½ ounce or under 0 21 POST CARDs ... ... 0 1 R·EPLY POST CARDS ... 0 3 NEWSPAPERS ... ... 0 1 CooMIERCIAL PAPEIRS.-4 ounces or under........ ... ... 0 21 Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... ... ... 03 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 P~NTErD PAPEns(other than news papers).-Por every two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PArrERNs and samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to 1ib) .... ... ... 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE .. 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 21 PaRcsLs POST, wholly by sea. Each parcel of 21bs or under 1- 6 Each additional lb or under(up to 1l1bs)... .......0 9 LATE LETrEnS 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...
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 — 3 August 1894
INTERCOLONIAL RATES.. To NEW SouTa WALES, NEW ZEALA?D, QUSENsLArD, SOUTn AUSTrALu, Tasran, WEST. AUSTRaAL, FzJc, NEW HREBRIDE) asf BnITISH NEW GUINEA. s. d. LEWq1.-~-Per ½ ounce or under 0 2 PosT CARs ... ... 0 1 REPLY POST CARDS ... 0 2 Larrsa CARDS to N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland, Tas mani~a, WV. Australia ... 0 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2k BooKs.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three lbs)... 0 1 _EWSPAPERs 0.... 0 REGISTRATION FEE... ... O 3 BULK parcels of newspapers,post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb or fraction tlhereof ... 0 1 PARCEL POST.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealaud, Tnsn:ania, and W. Australia only.-Per Ib or under 0 8 Each additional lb, or under (up to 11 lbs) ... ... 0 6 PACKETS. CoMMERCcIAL PAPER?s AND PRIN TED PAPERS.--Per every two ounces or under (up to 41bi) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PATTERNS, samples, packets , of merchandise, &c.-Per every two ounces or under (up to l!b) 0 1
ALBION UNITED v. FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
ALBION UNITED v. FITZROY JUNIORS: - These two cl.dubs met lIst Saturday at Royal Park, in:the presenLce o folly 0ooo spectators, and after a fine game. victory rested with the Albion, the final result being Albion. United 6 goals 7behinds, Fitzroy Juniors 3 goals to behinds. The goal-kickers for the Albion were Amess (2), Stranger, O'Donnell, Woodbridge, and Fox; besides thie goal-kickers, Arm strong, Clarke, O'Brien, Jones, Douglas, Williams, and Browning, played splen didly; in fact, the whole team played in fine form. This being the first defeat the Fitzroy Juriors have suffered this season speaks wel for the Albion.