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North Melbourne Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

North-?Melbourne Council. MoNDLY, ArousT 13 Pr sen Crilognity (in the- chair); "''C aine, Costello, :Steel, Carter, Pil kington Barwise,and Petrie Welcoming councillors_ ---: ' - Cr's Costell' ~ad Cart~er were warmly received; onhe i announcementit,.by DMr. lsiadall, or their re-election as repre Wards-respectively -: oth gentlemen suitably ackno-r ledged the comnliment:." Correspondenice Public Works Department forward ina Guide ito M3ini'ipal Officer, and Specimen Books of Account - The Towi'OClark annonuced that tiie work of the Municipal offices .would -be greatly impeded, rather th an: assisted; by.the institution onfthe system without 3tacilitatis"g the "checking with 'more rapidit'thani conld be'done at present. The piresant system was simplicity itself. The. state of the town funds could ,be ascertained now within five minutes. He thought that the Board appointed by the Audit Commissioners could not have approved of a more diffi cult system. It would come into force about th...

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SCHOOL LIFE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

-SCLOOL LIFE IN CHINA: Very much is thought of education in China, and if a poor boy takes literary honours he can fill as high a position as though he were a boy of rank. All boys, especially in the south of China, are expected to go to school, but besided the mission :e:ools there are not very many for girls. A tutor has not only to teach boys how to read :an. to write, but politeness forms the basis of Chinese education, and the many ceremonies belonging both to public and private life have _ :,e learnt at school. Very much trouble is a:lo tuken with the writing lessons, " an e:egant pencil" being thought of great con z.luence. and all the mistakes made in the writing lesson the master corrects with red ink. Like boys of Japan, the Chinese learn :heir lessons out loud, and sometimes make a great clatter in the school-room while doing so. But boys may not talk togetherin school, and to prevent their doing this the desks are arranged some distance from one another. When a lesson is...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

ORDERS OF THE ?DAY.? Cr. Steel moved 1. That £159 16s. Sd; be passed for paiyment on account of Town Fiind. 2. Thit the sum of £345 12s. 7d. be passed for payment uon account of Lnan No. 8, 1891. 3. That the offer of Mr. G. T. Grigg re rates due on piece of land which he ,a- Ieased.in Little Lothian-st., be ac celted, provided he pays the sum of £12, the balance, £5 a6. 8d., to be then struck off theItate Eook. Carried. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. Cr. Petrie moved 1. That the channel in Flemington Rnl.:d from Harcourt-street to Wreckyn tr.eet, be lifted and ralaid, work. to be carried out by present contractors, 3Mf ssrs. Dawson saud Gilchrist, &t schcdhle of prices, and cost debited ,to Lc an No. 8, 1891. 2. That specifications be prepared and tenders invited for 1000 cubic yards of .:,iOs, in two contracts of 500 yards each, cost to be debited to Loan Ho. 8, 1891. 3. That the scale of charges, and con ditions for letting the Town Hall be re duced from those adopted by the Coon...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. THE LAND OF NEVERWAS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

C-'.LD 1RENI'S OLUMlN. THE IALND-OF KNEVERWAS. ihere- are all those shining valleys which we use1J to sing and rhyme, "-.>'c with the clustered fruitage of the harvest's fields of time ? '. L-re are all those young ambitions, framed in rainbows, anreoled \'i ih a halo mist of glory woven from the sunsets gold? • C-. : Lefore their realization, like efforts without a cause, 'r.nished in the misty limbo of the Liand bof S er-crwas -.I:,:ra are all those toppling castles, turret tipped with moonlit glows, Ga( withhyouths and laughingnmaidens, thro' their echoing porticoes ? Where are those aerial brownstones with their gargoyles of red mist, T?-I.ohedwith sardonyx and tapax anid with gold and amethyst? . 'They have floated on the summerclouds that never wait nor pause, Ds.vn below the dim horizon of the Land of Severwas I Whey are all those golden galleons floating - n the tideless seas, Withi their sendal sails distended, bound for the Hesperides, Sailing thro' the dancing dolphins...

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

POSTAL . NEWS BATES WITHIN VICTORIA. s. d. LErrTE s.-Per ounce or :under 0 2 UBRGEN TLTETP.S.--Per letter 0 6 (inadditiontoordinary 1,ostage).. (Urgent letters arl.-," . * rival at the Post Office i ' :,wn to which they are di: : ,.ated as telegrams, and with the utmo :. will not be deli q?L . i. to personsresiding be, .. : rli , :.. ary delivery by teldgr :. #a:,.5 n Sgar, nor'if add eased tL i1=lace :., having noldel3ivery by 4e tor'les-': :si, ·' : rier ortelegraph messenger.) Post CARDS ... ... - REPLY -POST CARDI ... U LETTER CARDS .. ... 0 NEWSPAPERS :'.... ..i 0 0' BooKs.-For every four ounces . or under (up to threelbs) =- -0 1 REGISTRATION FEE . ... 0 3 PAREC?s.-Two pounds orunder 0 9 (each extra pound or part, 3d.) ULK B sparcels of newspapers,- posted by a registered news- . ''apei piblishier or news ven dor, per-lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not lossthan 4 papers in each parcek): , PACKETS. OSImTEROAL PAPERes: For hvery. two ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 0 1 (Such as acceptanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

ORDER OF RECHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No-- 9, meets ALTr aATE 3IoxD.A EVENINGS, at 8 'dclock, in the Friendly Societies' Ha1l Queensberry-stree, North. Mel bonrne. No INxIm4TION FEES. CLEMENT DAVIDSON, Sec., Paiis," Dryburgh-street, N. Mlelb. I B ON THE 8AFE$IDt safe sid c- cnst 1 be on Lt le of Warner's Safe Cu re Among many thu?eands of Speople 'ho are on the safe aide is Mr. - W. Barten. mining manager of Skiptoo Flat. Ballarat. (Vic.), who says :-" War sir's 'rfe C?re and Safe Pills effectually cured me of indigestion and a bad weak ness of the kidneys. While taking the SafI. Cure I noticed a total absence of thirst, and 1 believe thet it would care those addicted to an inordinate -nse of stimulants." Anothfer man who is on the safe side is Mr. CI?as A. Fete.s, miner of Taylorrille, Brennerton, (N.Z), who writes on Septembar ltb, 1893 :--I was afflicted with Bright's disease of the kidneys, and, after takine 33 bottles of Safe Cure was rcred. I am perfectly satisfied that if I had...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

RATES TO: THE UNITED` KINGDOMI AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s. d. LEBTrEs.=? ach A ounce cr under 0 2½ PosTCARDS .. 0 1A REPLY POST CARDS ... 0 3 NEWSPAPERS ... . 0 1 CoiiEmRcIAL PAPEIPi.-4 ounces or under... ..... 2; Over 4 ounces, but not over .6 ounces ... ... . 0 3 Every additional two ounces -or under (up to 41bs) ... 01 PRINTED PAPERS(other than news papers).---Per every two ounces or under (up to 4ibs) ... 0 1 Pars.n?s and sanples.Per every two ounces or. under (up to 11b) 7...0 1 REoIsRa s ION FEE 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... 0 21 PARCELS POST, dholly-by. sea-- :'Each parcelof 21lbs or under 146, Each.additional lb or under(up Sto 11lbs)... ~.0: 9 LATE LETTERS must bear full postage and late fe.stuimp' of 2d. extra, and may be posted it any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour. after mail closes; at Melbourne ':General Post Office, any country Post. Office, Rail wapytiave1liiig Post Oill~ ;'hbatnded to the mail guards, -posted, in bag at Sptcner-...

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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 — 17 August 1894

INTERCOOLONIAL RATES. To NEW SOUTr WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEMcSLAND, SOUTI AUSTRALIA, TAsMANsI, Wssr. AuSnIRALA, FIIn, NEW HEBRIDES ND BRITISH NEW GUIEA. s. d. LETrra?.--Per ) ounce or under 0 2 Pos C Ds ... 0 1 rE.PLY-PosT CGans, -... - 0 2, LETTER CARDs to N S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland?x as sania;:W. Australia 1:.I i 0 li To New Zealand and Fiji; 0 21 Books.--Per fouroiincesorunder--. (up.to three lbs)... .. . 0-1 N-;EWsP~P'RS . .. : REG.STRATION FEB... ... 0 3 BULK parcels of newspapers,post - edby a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per -lb or fraction thereof .... ; 1 PAnCEL POST--ToBS. Aiistra'ia, 'Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia oinly.-Per lb or under - 0 8 Each additional Ib, or under ' (up to 1I Ibs)??.... : '. 0.6 S PACKETS. CiOMiERCIA PAPERS AND PRIN a TEDPAPERS.-Per every two ounces or under (up to 41lbs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PATTERNS, samples, packets of mcrchandise, &c.-Per every-------- two ounces or under (up to 11b) 0...

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ALL OR NONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

Papa X VhvUat (0lsti IotI iait h =i ness on tlIe init:,lu?ict pj'no ipile hie - =` Tramp; ? ia? men yu.u; joo " G.bit ne." Success' ist .:ciqtietlc, ;arda t iasbifunlJ lover neveri-vihu herad It is hardt to be gr-uteful to the man who fought your battle for: ou and got beaten.

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History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

History of the Women's Franchise. Movement in Victoria BY S. BARKER, .P. (Continued.) Great activrity was evincel by the committee upon t-he"naming of the Working en's College. They ap pointel "a -deputation to wait on the founder, The Hon.:. Francis Ormond, T.7L.C., to uige upon him the advisa bility - of- allowing the benefits of the Jollege oo. be shared- by mworking women. This was senerally allowed by the founder of one of the most splendid testimunies that Victoria has yet re ceivel from any one private- citizen for the advancement of its workers.. Several :attempts were male to es tablish branches, but. they were net a pronounced success. The Society de cided to hold a meeting in the Mel bourne Town Hall, but owing it being under repairs it would not 'be advisable for two months. The committee complain that most of the work has hitherto fallen upon the shuuldEsof the. few, that the work was extending, il:tirest in the subject was springing up all around them, and the calls up...

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FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

FOR SiTAITSICAL": PURPOSES Akn :old gentleman;- 'evidenitly? a ga tilerer of statistics, bu.r buith a kindly face uiich shaded off to a sonieillio like phi antliropy about the edges, stood outsiie a shop the other day: gazing.abstractedly down the street. . :Sudd?ily he stepped up: to 'a gentle iianii tho wias w-iiting for ain omnibus and touchin? hi?flitghly' oii tlie slobiulder said : .xcuse me, but.did you ;just drop a half sovereign'?" atthe sanie time holding out in his hand:i-coiinof the denomina= tioi lmentotiiled.L": ' The gentlemanii questioned .looked: for a moment at the coin, assuneda look of excitement, matde a hasty search .ofhis "\ Wh, so -didm and-ad di'd inmissed it, " holding:out an eager hiindi? T'i old man slowly drea?ouit-a `oiitfnoiie-bok ::nd said, 'Ithoughtso.?':."" e then took thenine -aiidaddts of the loser, and dropking; the- coni in his pocket turned vay. , - " \eil," said-the other, do you- wanti it all as a reuiard:.;:F " ; Oh, I did .'notf?tidid one," ...

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ALBION UNITED v. CARLTON JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

ALBION UNITED v. CARLTON JUNIORS. These twc clubs met last Salurday on the ground of the former at Royal Park, resulting in an easy win for the Albion by 6 goals 15 behinds to 2 goals 3 behinds. The goal-kickers for the winners were Amess, Armstrong, Browning, McKenzie and Foa (2). Besides the goal-kickers, Tones, Douglas, Walsh, Williams, Samp son, O'Donnell, and Stranger played well. Mr. Hayes as central umpire gave every satisfaction. White tar will not become soft tnder he sun's rays in any climate, and is ex -.e:. :, se used largely in calking the .ecl- ..a..l= of ine yachts. Wife : "Why, husband, I thought you had more sense than to buy a cornet You know the fellow next door worries us nearly to death with his.' Husband: "Calm yourself, my dear. That's the one I bought.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

: $.es -.ab l .'r der. ý.tamap FDL:ties Ant 1$9 . I':' LL OFE. E~(iC ? -NGE. hill:of Excghaua ge'-idl':1'..uti ory Note '£s.d. Where the an.let or value of thei imoney for wllich a bill or note is d'awII exceeds £10.000, than forii -everry LEO50 of the inlmount or value, and also for ally fractional part-._ of L£50E of sulch aulmtlýt or value ...O 1 0 :Bill o[?'ochiange payableo oin deullantoharge able withl sealine duty as a promissory note for gaine- altluot..L.: - - (Eluboesosd stalltps rottet be ueed,'lliah may be obtained at all Post Offices.).. Exanirrcocs:' 1.- Draft or order draws by an/y banker in Victoria iponu any other banker in-Victoria not payable to bear r or to order,. and used solely for the ptu'pose of settlingor clearting uany account bUtweenit ielh lankers. 2. LttLer'writtei by K bankeor in' Victoria to airy other bIanlker in Victori. direetiig tihe payment of any suni of utosy. tlie salne not being payable-to bearer or to orlier, anid such letter not being sent ...

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The Mayor's Ball. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

The Mayor's Ball. The ball given by the Mayor. Cr. J. H. Gardiner and Mrs. Gardiner, in the Town Hall last night was a h ghly suecessful affalr.. About 300 guests assembled to do honor to the Mayor's invitation. Great pleasure was exaresssd at the fortunate re turn to health of the mayoress, who was enabled to be present for a little while, and received numerous congratulations from he company. Supper was laid aboutl11 o'clock, and amongst those who sat down at the festive board were, besides the mvror, Mesars. Grimwade and Levi, M's.L.C., Mr. S. P. Beynolds. M.L..A., Crs. Pilkington, Fogarty, Carter, Cain, Mr. C. P. Randall, town clerk, Messrs.l Bindon, and Hughes, J's.P., Mr. Kearney, the Ma or of Brunswick (Cr. Allard), Cr. Whittaker, and other inmf nt al townsmen. Dr. W. Masloney should have been among the invite., but owing to his recent bereavement he declined the invi tation. Mr. J. A. Montgomerie catered in a esatisfactory manner. In our next issue we "vil publish a full acc...

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BRANCH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

BILANCH NOTES. "Billy" Watt very hot on the "chors," Fox a good all round man commend us to Dr. O'Donnell. Very few Letter speakers than Mr. Bren van in the branch. How does "Tommy " Crosbie slate the Board o! Directors. Bob," Tregardh, as usual, concise and always to the point. Everybody very pleased to see Mr. C. I B Mice a success as president. In Mr. Martin the North Melbourne -lianch have a promising clt. Ex-president Hdoper presented a bell to the Branch. Thinks the president's voice isn't strong enough. " The veteran" G. D. Cullen like a ca: on hot bricks daring the ,discussion. Political questions are forbidden fruit to him, worse lnsk.

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Football. THE MARYBOROUGH TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

Football. THE MARYBOROUGH TRIP. The North Melbourne team having no premiership engagement on Saturday, took a trip to Maryborough, leaving town on Friday evening, and, arriving at their destination at io.5 p.m., were met and welcomed by the local Football Club, and taken to their quarters for the night. In order fo give an equal chance to the various hotel proprietors, the party put up at five different hotels, viz : The Bull and Mouth, Railway, Park, Family, and Cambrian, and were all made as comn fortable as possible. In the morning the team was formerly welcomed by the Mayor, Mr. Gearin, who invi:ed them to have a social glass, and proposed the health of the N.M.F.C., expressing him self as highly pleased to watch the success of the team in MIeibourne. MIr. G. K Stewart, as manager, thanked the Mayor for the reception accorded to himself and team, and in return proposed the health of the Maryborcugh F.C., coupled with the name of the .Mayor. Mr. Gardiner, Mayor of North Melbourne...

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"Gas and Gaiters." [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

" Gas and Gaiters." Br "FMNEur.." It may be fairly said that George Darrell's production, " The Crimson Thread," is about the best that has held the" Royal" boards for some time It is of the usual order of the play of its class, but there is an evenness of dialogue, a deft sketching of incident, a thrilling scene where the audience is held spel"-bound, when the heroine, lying on an elevated railway track, hurls herself into the river, followed by the he:o as rescuer. For this sensation the stage is fooded with water from wing to wing, with a width of lOft. and a depth of 9f. The daring dive of Miss Gladys Leigh is said to be a feat never attempted by any actress in the world-although, all the same, I have a slight recollection of Carie Swain doing somethingof the kind here. It is2 never theless, a splendidly worked out situetian. Mr. Geo. Darrell, as Roy Wiudham, dis plays his marked talent, and, in a subdued manner, played with force all through. Mr. Chas. Holloway, as is his wonw,...

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Dr. Lloyd's Matinees. MAGISTRATES GET THEIR BACK UP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

Dr. Lloyd's Matinees. MAGISTRATES GET THEIR BACK UP. A severe admonition was given by the local bench yesterday, to a man named A. S. Weir. During the hearing of a case in which Weir was defendant, he mentionod.that it was within his know ledge that a certain magistrate had been approached in connection with the case before them. Then up rose Dr. Lloyd with judicial bearing and grave voice, resembling muchly that of Hodges J. castigating Purves--more in sorrow than in anger-said " It does not follow that because you happen to see a magistrate conversing with a citizen that you are justified in making the remark which you have made. I can say that no magistrate would be influenced. I think it isa matter of bad taste on your part People come to my house in thousands in the year-mostly women.. They say `:Dr. Lloyd, I have a case coming on to=morrow- ' I in terrupt and tell thetii that all they have to do is to state their case to the bench and theyr wvilreceive justice on its merits. I...

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North Melbourne Police Court. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

North Melbourne Police court.. T-. iihsDAY, Auusr'16. Before.:* Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. ..ogarty Bardiise.-Binion , MlcBride, Wyllie and B:irn',t, .J's.P. STAGRANOY? *, L ..James Ryai, .. charged with the above, offence, .was reman ]e lfor'sevea days.. . DRUNK AND DISORDERILY.' - Wm. Wilson appenird to answer the above heinous offence aid was~fined 5s or 24 hours. Willian oaly ?ad 4s. 8d. an:d Dr. Lloid, learning the, state of his. finances, sent out. word by the serjeant.that if he placed. 4s. in the poor-box he would be free! Yl.Yes; free as the .wind... :..NEGLIGENT ; DLVIN'G.., i, A young man named Joseph O'Byrne wascharged uhderSub sectiion pirt 1 - of tihe 'Police' Offesnc~r,9es tatnte withi__ appeared for the defen?i,: e '' Edidard `Webb said that .duiigLter. of hlis =ageda 5 was ;run; oier by are fenidant's 'cart:'' Ifer coila- blne was broken and the sido- of :-her . head damagedi': SShe -had been, under the care of te idoztir since: . John- Woohal'l d:,scribed the ac...

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Within a Yard of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 17 August 1894

tSlat b a s ardj of - the 0o02. A .ATllf It sta.rtling .statentc is ". extan~, that a tel?conl,?t j is i-ing constructed, by means ,f which. the surflc": of the woin 'will l :~ broght rithin ??yard of the observe'' We are becoming so accust?dnrcl to the wonders of science, and trials of mcchati cal skill, 'that this anniunceidiit blas been taken quite -erioiilj-y by. tist of those who have read it, and -iatiuuononer hav?" been . ititeivieated i i uic tiu s ape:ial correspoude??is :eto wish to 'obtain further partietia-' r. VWitiiiU a .yard of the .toon- just think of it'? * To those who have couni to uine Il haive replied that there ietitit be ,inte slight mistake; t.at insteadibf. ai iit oshould probably be a 'ir,?- W? s-itn iihort at a yirdll. T'ht would "t'" i,.tt" cou7e, it is true, bit' an inul wotl;l.be slienlid-d why. you cUdutl put (dit ?' an il ; ri' faanty you were touching it t .'o "i The pro-je t? will iro li idsinter, in spite of the sciintiit namelts, which (rightly ho...

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