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LITTLE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
LITTLE MARKS. Nortl; beaten at last. North lhave gone down a peg. Melbourne won by concerted play. Both sides pleased with tihe nmpire. A day's practice--Williamstown ma*ch. Noonan in the first flight of back men. Sicily the most unselfish player on the ground. O'Dea (North) was in his own road. Ditto Manton. Sicily. Graham and Bert Laundei gobd at ittle nl?arks. Take heai, YothI, you have ?ollingw.,od to meet yet. " Only tanr?s now, with South ani.F.mot cray close uip Betting in ihe jres box 2 to I acains North finishiig ii p?lace.- :. -:
HONEYMOON HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
;HONEYfrOON HAPPINESS. Scrystal sea and an azure sky, .: And never r, wind to wounnd us . Beautiful landscapes floating by, "Beautiful objects hovering nigh, Beautiful peace around us. Floating through depths nf summer light We know and we care not whither Our souls immersed in a glad delight, Our hearts enrobed in apparel bright, By Love, the bountiful giver. Ah, life is a beautiful thing, when Love - Casts its jewelled mantle o'er it; B?Bt Love far sweeter than Life doth prove, When Youth and Truth together move " In brotherly peace before it. -H. F. H.
Nth. Melbourne Battery Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
SNthi Melbourne Battery S Rifle !ub. "-.The following are the I3 highest scores -?"for the Battery Trophies fired on Satur '-"day last The weather was very favor !'able for good shooting : 'Ban'.. - • S .ame .oo SOU Actual o.cap. Total -Sgt.?3,Donald 39 40 79 4 83* Gr. W. Brown 41 2. 69 14 " * -", -siewkes 44 33 SO 2 82* ,. Piggott 39 30 69 10 79 " Ki-g 30 2. 58 20 78S ,. Davenport 38 30 " 68 9 77° SgL. Stocks 40 25 .65 12 77 Br. Skinner 34 38 72 2 74 Ge. Shelize 37 2 GQ I Ti Dulbin 3l 53 64 7 71 : ; dampoell 35 24 57 10. 067 "-" ians' 32 20 52 "1 04 -: - --- ~*Winners of ocney peizee.
THE SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF OILY WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THE SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION :::.. OF OILY WASTE. There is little doubt that a great many of the disastrous fires which occur only too fre qouently in the various centres of industry are due to a certain carelessness over the disposal of "cotton-waste," tow, rags, &c., that have been used for wip-ng up oil. Small quantities of oil are continually getting spilt in workshops, and there is always a rlet of waste in the lubricait nthri"c i handful of " cotton--aste " seems to be tie most convenient absorbent. A ca-aless man will without a thought throw " waste" satu rated with oil into the nearest corner, under the counter, or some other handy place; he might as well take a naked light into a pow dr magazine. When a fire happens such a one is the last to connect his own careless ness with the cause of the disaster. It is a matter of common chemical know ledge that there are many substances which are capable, when in a finely-divided condi tion, of boning vigorously at a temperatur...
THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THURSDAY, AUGUST '1 SBefore Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Gardiner, Bindon, Wyllie, Barker, and McBride, JkaP. - -John Pollock was charged . with bbeO a drunk and disorderly, and was .fied five bob. . "ICK Wars EPvTAuT. Michael Burke appeared onremand, charged-with attempting to strangle himse'f on the 13th ult. He promised not to offend against the laws of society again and-was discharged. BEK GOS UP FOR A DRAG. Benjamin Allen, a swarthy young f-Hllow, was charged with stealing a suit of clothes, the property of Alex. Donnan, the value of 27s. Gd. He was seen in the company of another Imtn, to take the clothing, by a young man named Kingsborn. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 3 months inprisonmentL SMITH ". SMITH. -The apparently interminable case of ,Smith v. Smith. again took the floor. - Margaret haled Daniel Peter for illegal detention of property. The claim compriled an application for the resti tution of the incompleteness of a sew ing machine, two milk-jugs, orange blo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
,Fees Payab;Z Urder Stamn?ap Dr ties Act 189G. BILL OF EXCH&N01. Bill of Exehange and Promissory Note & Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amount or value, and also for any fralctional part of £50 of such assount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange payatble on demand obarge ab'le with same duty as a promissory note for easne amount. (Embossed stamps must be used,which Eay be obtained at all;i Post Offibes.) Exavpreore. I. Draft or order drawn by any banked in Victoria upon any other banker in Vietoria not payable to bearer or to order, and useed solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingthe payelent of any saln of sloney, the same riot being payable to bearer or to order, and each letter not being sent or delivered to the person to wlcom psysnelit is to be made or to a...
Football. NORTH MELBOURNE v. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
Football. -" . NORTH MELBOURNE v. M'EL BOURNE. BY ROVEL. Great interest was manifested in local sporting circles in the meeting of these two clubs, the gelera! belief being that North'wofild suceed in downihg the red l~s, or ait least make a draw with them. A crowd of lo,ooo people assembled on thie M.C.C to wiatch the progress of thll.e ,game; an. considerabiLc exacitement w;i at times esxhibited by partisans of both clulis. "here was a strong wind blowing, v-hiclh, though it gave neither s-ide any advantlage, interfe;ed with the actuacv of the --?o;tt for ggaI. yelt.ou'nc led frpmn the , punce "Ind maniltained a ho: attaick on Northl's goal until near the end of thequarter, when Noonan centered, and some smart play betweeni (;raha:m, Webb, Sicily, Taylor, and Grant l~tdt up to-the first 9,1, g which was the outcome .f a free kick to Grahamn for a push. Melboujie did not score a goal in the fiis quarter, iltough they had plenty of citances. In the second quarter tile game was ltore...
History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
History of the Women's Franghise M? v rement inF Vio?orla BY S. BJaRuEs, J.P. (C~e?~C~tL) The first annual meeting was .held on thb iath August,8, n885, the offe P alace, Bourke-stree, the President the Rev Dr. Bromby in the chair. The chairman congratulated the Societ) on the good work it had done durhig the - st- .ear, henoticed that the press treated the subject with more consideration tIhan heretofore, and their public me-tings had ' been largely attended: orderly in their character, and educational in their effect. The society had every reason to be proud pftheitr oFsitioDn ; they had, by their advcacy, placed the question of Women's Franchise inovemeut before Parliament and the public For hinmself She had no hesitation in satyin that woman could not be kept out ofherjust rfights mnch longer. The Society had ,ver' oomembers, including some of the S9.lst parminent ,itizens and tl!inkels ?-ch as His rloor,'od ?erjpstice Higin lotham,'Re Dr. Bromby, Rev, Charles Stropg, Rev. Horac...
Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
Fancy Dress Ball. A plain and fancy dress ball [was given in the North Melbourne Town Hall on Wednesday, July 25th by Mr.O. William son, dancing instructor, to his pupils and friends, and proved one of the most suc cessful gatherings over held in that build ing. The weather was specially favourable for dancing, the feoor in capital order, the music furnished by an efficient bind of eight performers, and the catering (which was in Sir. Williamson'a own hands) was excellent; so that nothing was lacking which could have contributed more to the success of the evening's entertainment. The only thing to which the word "fail ure " could be e.pplied was the limelight, which had been arranged at a considerable expenditure of time and money, but which at the last moment absolutely refused to work. The grand march at the opening gave the spectators a good idea of the number and characters of the various costumes, some of which were remarkably pretty. The one regarded with moast I favour was " ...
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
jorth Melbo ,rne Police . COsuirt; MoIoeDA, JULY 30. Defore: Dr. Lloyd (chairman), l ,essr. - Bindon, Barker, Gardiner, McBride, Barwise, and Birtwistle, Js.P. , AM OLD OFFENDER. A young woman, named Mary Clarke, who freqpnently domes before thi be-nch, made lher rerppearance on a charge of being drunk and disorderly. She pro duced a pledge card signed by "David Springfield," Temperance Hall, and was allowed to go.-on paying " two lbob" cabhire. •" 1.5." John Cellett, " a hard-workingmnan," ,said the sergeant, haed. to answer (he above charge, for going on on Saturday evening last. He put 5.. into the P.B. and vanished;. _ VAGaASCT._ - rancy, said that he drove buliocks between Mclvor and Pyalong, and coming to town for a few things, got tight. Phil. can handle the thong again in the vicinity of Mt. Id- on paying Ss., which he left to get. SSMITH V. SMITIH. The interaecine feud in the Smith camp again engaged the bench, when Ellen sued Daniel Peter for "main tingence." In the month ...
St. Mary's Literary and Athletic Society. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
St, IMary's Literary and Athletic Society: The annual gymnastic competition of the above society took place on Monday evening last in the Gymnasium, Howard street Messrs. Hook and Walker, of the '.3[.C,A. kindly officiated as judges and gave entire satisfactioq. The ier. F. J. Price's prize for bEcst gymnrat was wqn by C. Adam, and a special prize, given by the heon. secretary for mostpointa obtained on the horizontal bar and high jump was e?oaured by E. P, Arnold. The following is a list of points obtained by each cort petitor, 60 points being the maximum for apparatus work, and one point for every inch over 3ft. in high jump : Appa.-.ts High Jump Pointi Total 0, Adam o 4It. 9in. 21 76 F. Warner 55 4,, 5,, 17 72 I. Miller 47 4,. 1 ,, 18 i5 F. Haydn 4i 1 ,, b5,, 17 63 F. Smitheram 43 4 ,, 6,, 18 61 E.P. Arnold 36 5?, 0,, 24 60 W.Reason 40 4,, 6,, -18 58 ~I. Miller 35 4 ,, 4,, 10 51 A. J.Foster 35 4,, 0,, 12 47 T. Slhaltord 31 4,, 4,, 16 47 d. QullinO 3,, 9,4 9
FRIED BALLS [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
FRIED BALLS are much the same mixture as the pie, but with a much larger proporaicn of fish, eggs, and butter, a little flour, and no milk. It is made up into balls the size ot a smallorange which are. floured, rolled in yolk of egg, floured again, fried in nlenll' of boiling oil or lard, and served with fied p?arsley. Egg or some piquant sauce is sometimes thought an improvement. If the talls rre ready before required for table, they will keep hot in the oven without drying ii covered with paper. A sewing bee can't sting, but it does lots of buzzing. It is a foolish c.ockery muerchant who cracks up his own wares. A baby cu:= his teeth before he is on speaking tenr s with them. Some womeu like a '-:isopered tale of love, but a belie prefers a 2eclrateon made in ringing tones. '- Talk about some iunants being strong I Well, you know what a treendoss voice our baby has?" " YT'es." " Well, ho lifts it up five or six times an four."
CODFISH PIE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
CODFISH PIE, or twice-laid, wvas a favoauiteo dish an board sailing vessels fty years ago. The boiled codfish was chosped, also onion and herbs (if the cook had at.y), and the wholo mixed with half its weight, more or less, of mashed potatoes-a raw egg or two, and a little milk and butter were also added when obtainable -and the mixture was put into a buttered tin or basin and sent to a hot oven, with a p sper on the top at first (sometimes, I believe, it was boiled instead of baked), and egg snuce, if possible, sac:ved with it.
THE RIBBON OF THE SUNFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
THE RIBBON OF THE SUNFLOWER. Many of our readerJ (says the "Women's Suffrage Journal ":') have probably never heard of the " yellow ribbon," familiar though we all are with the blue ribbon and white ribbon of temperance organtisations. Nevertheless, the "yetlow sunflower ribbon" seems rapidly becoming as marked an em blem of a supporter o" women's suffrage in the United States as the blue ribbon is of a temperance advocate amongst ourselves. The idea emanated front Kansas, --here the president of theKansa; Equal lights Associ ation first suggested it about three years ago, and was received with enthusiasm by men and women, whelther members of the association or not. In a few weeks the idea spread beyond Kansas, and was taken up by both the National and American Woman SuffrageAssociations. Already it is beginning to attract to itself those associations of ideas which give force and significance to a badge. Thus a correspondent in Kansas writes: "Fancies have gathered round it, as tha...
HER ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
- Hil .-NSWE. :: "Toenag man proposed to me last night." "You can't nmean :that?' " Indeed it's true!. . - Assked me to be his wife oitright ." "Good Gracions: dear ! Whiat did yoa do?" "Poor boy ! he lookedl o handsome, Ne:ll':. "Handsome! A clerk on eieekly- pay Asks you-a beauty anda belle! " But tell me what eto dared to say." "Well-first heloved me!" "Oh..thatpart, Of course! What else?" " And that he thought I was the sort of girl whose heart Would never let itself be bought. "He said he was a man-that I Was just a women, equal so In youth, health, blra:n we stood, and-why, You'd think he :'evr dreamed of no "That he was poor need be no ba--" " Well, what anattitude to take !" "For love would prose the guiding star To fame and torune, for my sake "And then he begged ray heart and hand." " Such impudence I who'd ever guess? I hope you made htm understand His place ?" " I did-I told him ' Yes !'
CABINET PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 3 August 1894
CABIKET PUDDING. Add a quarter of a pound of grated bread to the same quantity of cut and stoned raisins. Boil a small quantity of lemon peel, sinnamon, and sugar, in half apint of milk; strain it off, and add foua eggs well beaten up; then pour in a glats of Inadeira, and another of brandy. Buttr a mould capable of holding a pint and three-quarters, put in the ingredients, place apiece of writing paper at the bottom of the mould, and straam it for an hour.