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They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

S TheY- Say iThati le first vote scored at the Eastern Ward Election was by a !lady. - That in fact the ladies votcd to a lady end -canme rep to show what they could do with - the Women's Franchise. That the jovial Barwise had a word in the Ibo with ail the fair ones, especially those 'who at this .election made the maiden e--o~rt. That onlytlhree of the first council are now .-lihing, Messrs. King. Davies, and Barwise. That Cr. rFuller had a band of amiable and : devoted young fellows working this time. Sports, eli! That Cr. Gardiner had belter look to his laurels nest time. That elcn!ee the, little Dr. man was nn flagging in his efforts-of course rewarded, That Mac..E knows hoe7 to work an election, ran cur !ate nnd highly respected member, Mr. I'ay Ve1Wie. The vell- !:unn " Cmr.des" visated the polling bootlh nr.d waited two hours. You .knosw what Ir (r) a. line or two. That a siUgiar!y talented ledy voter told the Yetrnein; Oe-~err t:l=t lie laoked jnst like "Lor: H±isCetodtn." ...

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A FATAL SNEEZE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

A FATAL SNEEZE. This is a queer world, and one does noet -know how soon sorrow will take the place of happiness. At a party recently given at Dayton, Ohio, the belle of the evening was apparently a young thing of about twenty--fur. ier rich, red lips, bright, sparkling eyes, anud pearly teeth, the latter of which oac?sionally showed the?mselves -as she smiled, during her animated ronver sation, caused herto be the centre of atirac tion, and all ofthe men, both young and aid, crowded around, and tried in every way · to gain one of her sweet smiles. Fin'fly it suddenly dawned upon her that she was aboult to sneeze, and although she tried to keep it down, it insisted upon com ing to the surface. At last, when she saw th-t it would be imnoossibo!e to keenp it in, she braced herself and allowed the explo sion to take phcee. The shock was sope thing frightful, and caused her to drop her f'dse teeth, while her glas eye popped halfwa'y across the racm. Somehow after that the men did not see...

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Council Meeting. NORTH MELBOURNE COUNCIL. EXTRAORDINARY MEETING. ELECTION OF MAYOR. CR. CARTER HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

Council Meeting. NORTH MELBOURNE COUNCIL EXTRAORDINARY MEETING. ELECTION OF MAYOR - GR. CARTER HONORED. 'On Mlonday last at io am. precisely, all the mnembers of the Council, with the exception of Cr. Steel, met to choose the mayorali chair during the year 1894-95, and also to discuss the amount to be allowed hifhito compensate 'for the out lay in upholding the town's character for hospitality. The latter item was the first on the programme, and with little ado was passed in at the same figure as the previous year v-iz., £?oo. Next followed the last duty of the mayor, before vacating the chair, that ofpresiditg over the election of his successor. As had been rumored for some little time back, Or. Carter was the favorite for the position, although were some who thought that it was very likely that this year's holder would be asked to renew his term. Our city fathers, however, are evident believers in the distribution of honors as well as riches, and conferred the office on Cr. Carter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

D R. WILLIAM MALONEY, ML.A., Respectfully intimates his inteoton of a?lan seeking a renerwal oef the confidence of the ELECTOIS of WEST !IELBOURE2E for the forthcoming Parliament of Victoria. E LECTION NOTICE CITY OF MELBOUISNE. To the Electors of Bourk~a Ward. Gentlemen,--For a number of years' as is perhaps known to most of the electors of the Bourke Ward, I acted as chairman of the late Counci!lor J. W.Pearee's committee, at whose death I feel deeply grieved. In consequence of sush death a vacancy in the Council has occurred, and I beg to inform you that it is my intention to offer myself as a cancddate for such vecancy. Iremsin, gentlemen, yonrs respectfully, JACOB LMARKS, 150 Queen-street, West Melbourne, August, 1891. ELOTRNEE CITY ELECTION. BOURKE WARD. MR. ALEXANDEE TAiT, a resident of -years, wishes to remind the ratepayers that he is going to poll next Wedinesday September the 5th, and solicits their vote and interest. 429 to 43-5 Elizabeth Street. A CARD. WILLIAM HARRISON...

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

POSTAL NEWS ATES~ WITHIN VITCORIA. sd. . IjCEra.-Per ounce or under 0 2 Uamo a LEmIcr .--Per letter 0 6 (inadditiontoordir, v los'tage) (Urgent letters atw. ,::ial ~t the Poest Office in t own to - . which they are l'? .a bed as telegrams, and ith the utmost drel:. . i rob be delivered it .1 to pe::sotsrcsidiug bc. ,. . :..n ary delivery byt& .ele a gnt having nc delivery by lItte: car- -: - rier or telbgraph messenger.) Posy CAns ... .. - REPLY PosT CARDS .- * IL caeT L .Y s ... ... A NEwSPAPERS ... ... 0 0 ' BooEs.-For every four ou.neo or under (up to three Iba) 0 1 R}EGISTP.AT-ON FE ... 0 3 PAncnEs.-Two pounde or under 0 9. (each extra pound or part, 3d.) EULii parcels of newspapern posted by a registered news paper publisher or news veF dor, per lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less than 4 papers in ea? - parcel.) S PACKETS. CO~MERCIAL PAPERs.--For every i : : two ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 0 1 (Such as acceptances, invoices, accounts*, aftidavrits, examination papers (co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

ENCDSEPS24E~f ORDER OF RECHABITES. ICTORIA TEN.T, o. 9, treets. ALTEISATE ~ IONDA-E~VENINGS. ;it 8 o'doclc, in the Friendly Socieiies' Mall, Queensbeny-street, North Md boirne. No INiTIATIo. FEES. CLEMENT DAVID?SO, Se., Paris," Dryburgh-strmet, N. lelb. BE 0 liarE 80iE SU.i S-a of •~~~ :: If·-: - · h ? ?37i 3lcsl.;nV :2 a ta,_= • . " "- :-e~op!e .who are on :e tare Fh-l i2 Mr. W Hartea. "ii;.ng ii'-.a~r of Skipton Flit railrat. 'Vic.). wh oys :-" I'Iar er's Slfe Ci: an. Saf rilk C'-ff-ctutsiv oroed me of indizeethi?. n:i a a4t -eak rem of the kidney÷ Wli:e tski;,g-tho Safl 'Unri I not:ced i ot.l alt.- ec of thirst, andI beieve t~at it wou'ni cne those ad.lioted to- an ico-li.ete ue of Itimulant?." Anot!h-ru n who asn t'he afie aide is Mr. C( A. P .t,-rn miner of Taylo?-iile, 1zin~certta, (N Za, who writes on Septembr 18t, 1893 :--I was afflicted with 13right di~esen of ti· kidneys, and, after takine 3. boo:ttcs of fze Cre was cured. I am .rfectly sti-fial that if I. had not t1ken it...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOMI AND FOREIGN COUNTRIIES. s.d. LrEnmas.-Each ) ounce or under 0 2j PosT CanDs . . 0 1:j REPLY Post CARDs ... . 3 ': NEWSPAPERS01 CQ0IXERCIAL PAPER?S.--4 ounces . -: i or under.......... 2... .21 Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ... ...... . .03 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PaRITED PaPEsnS(otllcer thalln nows papers).-Per every twoouaces or under (up to 41b'os) .. 0 1 Psrrl-nrxs and sanples.Por every-- .. ? two ounces or under (up to lIb) 1......... 0 REGIlsr1TRa IO LEE ... 0 38 Acknowcdlcemcnt of delivery of a rcgistercd articte ... . 0 2 Panc?ELS POST, wholly by sea. Each marcel of 2ibs or under 1 6 Each additional Ib or under(up to llbs)... ...... 0 9 L-TE LTTERSn must bear full postage andlate fee stamp of 2d. extra. and may be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail closes; a.t Tlibourne CGeneral Post Office,'; any country Post Office, Rail way iraveclling Post Oflice; handed to the mail guards...

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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 — 31 August 1894

INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw Soumn WALES, NEhT Z~E?AL?ND, QUEENSLATD, SoUrH AUSTRALIA, TASMAXIA, WEST. AUSTRaALIm, FIJI, i IEBRIg.nDES AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA. s.d. LE'rTEas.-Per ounce or under 0 2 .:.. POST CAVS .... ... --o :I, REPL.Y POST CRDS ... O ? 2 LEsTEn CXRDS to .. . Wales, S. Australia, Queensland, Tas maniu, W. Australia ... O l To New Zealand and Fiji 0 2 Bcoris.-Per four ouncesorunder ,up to thrlce ibs)... . 1 . N EWSPAPEIS ... ... 0 0 ::I REGISTRATLON FEE... ... O0 3 BULK parcels of newrpapers:post ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb or fraction thereof ... 0 1 -PAncErPosT.---To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmania, and W. Australia only.--Per lb or under 0 8 Each additional lb, or under (upto 11 lbs) ... ... 0 6 PACKETS. CoMaMrricIAL PAPrERS AsD PRIN TED PAPEns.-->er every two ounces or under (up to 41bs) 0 1 (Items see Victori:a) PATTERnsS, samples, packets of merchandise, &c.-Per every - two ounces or under (up to llb) 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

Feesl B9 'odor~; l BILL OF EXCHANfIE. -.: Dill of Ecohange and Promissdry Where the amonut :r value of the miovey for witlh: a bill or note is -: draw, exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of hie avonunt or value, and al o for any fractional part of £50 of -Llh amount or value .. O 1 I till of crciange t ,ayttblo on deinand oharg able wiiit -iai:e ,'ut' as a pro nissoryo notf fora sa ntlll s n ? l. (Enmbossed -. ,,i,?i:rs st he tiscld,whiclh mi17 be obtained at a: o OIt ll0oe.):', - ::,. . 1. Draft or or i. b - any banker in Victoria ui *n .!.a i.)rir binki, r in Victorisai not pitableito bll'e ir oft, order, and usned isoli'y f'ir the lirto llie? .',fthling or clearing': . ay ney?ullni ivoetveet, -llcl lbankers.e .2 2. Lgtter which a it z a o so.er inVictoria to mtvn tsie' i st0t'r iiii VioL.;riisdiccitiogtihe paylveiinoat n io n nyo 'i: itneylhe sam8enlot being pyeathleto btsmiir or to order; and erch: letter not' being sfilent or delereri. to the person to iwhoi p l)ylieit is to L...

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City of Melbourne Election. BOURKE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

Oity of MIelbourne Election, BOURKE WARD. Dr. Maloney, M.L.A., has yieled to the urgent solictation of nis friends to con test the representation of the Burke Ward in the City of Melbourne Council, render ed vacant by the death of Cr. Pierce. Tne genial Doctor announces himselfas "'The Progressive Candidate"--a state ment which is amply borne out by the intense interest which he exhibits in matters of genial public. He is promised a strong support and will poll a big vote. Mr. J. Marks, of Queen-street, the son, of a very old resident, also announces his candidature in columns for the same Ward. A very influential and flatterinxg resolution was tendered to Mr. Marks by many of the leading business people of the tc;-n. Mr. Alexander Tait, a well known business man in E!izabeth-street, is another candidate for municipal honors. Dating his residence back nearly a quarter of a century, and having taken a great interest in the affairs of the city he should be an eicient representative. T...

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MELODRAMA IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

lMEE.ODIRAMA IN: REAL LIFE. A little ofthe romantic, Swift lells us, is no ilf ingredient to preserve and exalt the dignity of humanu nature. And in this dictum all will concur. But there is a great tendency on the part of minds both rea, anol small te impart a little !oo muc; of this sort of thing into everyday aTli:-s. \Ve all knowt the story concern ing tite dramatic instinct of a soldier lwho bore a reprieve for a companion ordered to be shot. He rode at headlong speed until hIe reached a summit commna;nd ;ng the camp wherein the doomed man lay, and then waited until the sun had risen above the horizon, and the firing pa ty had turned out and was proceditig to the place of execution. One of the outposts remonstrated with him for de laying his glatd tidilngs, asking why. he did not ride on, an;d so relieve his. com rade's feelings.. "\Whtat : exclaimed the messenger, indignantly; " would you have me spoilI all the dramnatic effect?" A mtinute later he clapped spurs to his-I. hors...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

ORDERS OF THE DAY. FS&AScS COMMITTEL CrBarise modved- - L That the sum'.of- £300 10s. lid. ibe passed for payment oan account of Town un?3. - 2. That the Sim of £57 Is. be passed for payment on account Loan lo. 8. - 3. That the wages of G. Duncan, overseer, be increaseI from 7s. to 8s. per day. - - Cr. Pilking? n. wanted to know why this 'ecommendation had not -: been brought beforl e e whole council in com mittee. in rie oftie dieficulties rate payers had in meeting their expenses it . as not advisable to increase expenses. Cr-Bariser moved that the question be referred to the Public Works Com 2mittee - *-* Cr. Fogarty pronosod an amendment tha tit be deferred til the-end of the . inancial year. CL Gaidiner painted out that Mr. Danecanhadsavedthe Council £200 dur ing the last12 months. He thought the pay was isLtry and the advance well deserved. The mayor also expressed his opinion th at theamount ia:d to Mr. Duncan was :/ ..ery sma. " Cr. Costello was agreeable to the in c...

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ALBION UNITED v. NORTH MELBOURNE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

I-,TBION UNITED v. NORT£I 31EL BOUIU'E JUNIOLS. " These two clubs met last Saturday for the second time this season on the ground of the latter at Ro?iyal Par;, and as both teams are local clubs greatr inter est was taken in the match, and aiier a good g:une, victory again rested in with the Alhiins by 5 goals 7 behines, to 3 goals 3 behinds. The successful goal kickers for the Aibions were O'Do.nesll (3), ,Voiodbrid-e, and Jones, For the winines, besides the goal kickers, Stranger brothers, Armstrong brothers, Philli, Clark, Douglas, Sampson, anil Jacksln, played splendidly, and for the losers Oates, Paton, Hassett, vyan, Arm strong, and Gibson tried hard to avert defeat. Mr \V. H.ayes, as field umpnire gave everysatii-fction ;o both sides. "I ve jast written a walts. Got a piano t I'I try to r-n it over for you." " No, I have not a pii.an but I have a dog. - Yo migbt trj t' on hlinm.

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LITTLE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

LITTLE MARKS. - S:till another v','ory. Rolent recovered and played again. Tuckwell not nearly at his best. That run of Taylors broke several watches. HIary Todd as good as any man on the grouond.. What gluttons for work Siclly, Grieroon and Co- were. Stackey's game was equal to anything oeeo this seaon.. Darve reid was missed from the b!:ue and wh~itc ranks in hle second quarter. Will-, back against lhe wind did Stuckey's work. Grahsom, the Pert's ariel marker, swas eclipsed by Webb, O'Dea and lMantou. The tws, Launders' played a rattling, un scl9ih game. For -ithe first time tids season Rloberts has givena soatisaolion. Graham does c lot c[ work which he never gets credit for. IA j;curney- to Footscrav on Saturday. Four snore poines. The ofect:s boj.lhe Morybroroughl trip wero all worn cff and North was itself agais. Tie las??t teeo games on the N?cr s ground were distinctly diflereut, one inldividual pIay and the other combined. Judge for yuur a Ivs rod see which is beset.

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North Melbourne Council. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

North-. Melbourne Council. - Present: Or. Carler (mayor), Costello, Barwise, Fogar-ty, Fuller, Gardiner, Pe;ie, and Pilkington. Correscxndeiicc from Mr. Tregear asking perm;islsn to cut the grass in smal! reserve at the bottom of Errol-st. Referied to Ove-seer with power to siet. Mr. James Dan. calling attention to the filthy state of a drain running from Villiers to Courtney Place, at the side of his p-operty. Clerk of Legislative As&enembly, ask nmg-for uggums-ticn re the change in fnancial year from 30th September to the 31st December, to be in before &reptemuer 1st - Shire, Malvern, reminding that con ference of municipalities to discuss question of Yed-eration of Colonies will be held in the Town Hall on onWTVednesday, the 29th inst at 3 p.m. Secretary, Tramway Trust, notify ing the ne.eity of an elect=ion of a member to rearesent ihe town on the trust Cr. P.lkingtrm was unanimously elected. From J. J. MIcEntee. enclosing reso ing resolution passed at a public m...

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History of the Women's Franchise Movement in Victoria. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

History ,of the Women's Franchise Movement: in Victo-ia-: B - S. 0ARKE ,. "--J.E..,.'..YI.' Degrade your woena3nhood aooi her: husband is doubly degraded.. IThe. more noble nd exoilted;, the more. refined and inteUlicttual your woman; hbcd is, the monre eralel your man hood will be-mst bce. Yiour weak, frivolous, heartless, Fceheming,, -wo. manhood will- be the imsthers :of weak-kneed, . cuani :g obsequicous Isycophantic men. Tue law "f re." production is unfalterLng in its nctiC.; and, answering in Is reoults, .tho physical idiosyacrasis are trans missible and p-.rmi.-ije.t snd as a.re- sultant Twe hare a low type othumu.; beings which'' cnsdition" intensilu.y The gianadest ight on ca:th is..to see and know .an Irinest,. upright, fearless man or woman; they are o:bova the price of the world; they. are the polishcd d(IIn.cor.ds whose refulgcnt rays. stre:,n in upon a greedy, grasping, faiti'3ls. world. Crime and its associates cannot de-' crease whilst full ;lay is given to. its muu...

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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

Australian Natives' As sociation. (Contribtted). The usual fortnightly moeticg of the NorthMelbourne Branch Was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening, August 23rd, all officers beLng present. The minutes were read and confirmed and the following correspondence received: From the Board of Directors, re the alter ation of the Police Officers' Statute with regard to the yearly art union. Fromthe Flemington and Kensington Branch. in viting members to attend a lecture. From the Board, acknowledging receipt of a copy of Mir Watts motion re employment of Chinese in the furniture trade. From the North Melbourne branch of the Catholic Young Mens' Society, chaileng iog members to a debate. One new mem ber was elected and welcomed by Mr. Watt, and five proposals for membership received. Reports on sick memhers were made by Messrs. Crosbie, Unllen, and Hlooper. Messrs. Crosbie and Culien sub mitted reports on the last meeting of the Metropo!itan Committee, informing menm bers that, ow...

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North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

North Melbourne Police Court. - 4 - - M?IoSDAY, AUGUST 27T. Before Dr. Lloyd (chairman), Messrs. Wyllie, McBride, and -Brtwistle, J's.P. - TEE SEP.GEIANT HAD A JOB FOR HER Bessie McKenzie goot drunk and had to put in six hours hard labor scrub bing the reception rooms of Messrs. Murphy and Johnson for offending. Ir I.C.:' Fred Geisbert plealed . guilty to behaving, in an insulting manner to th? liege subjectsof Her Majesty. He haz been in gaol for the past three -days. Dr. Lloyd : " Will you pay 10s. or go to gol iot a .week." Drfen1ant: " I don't like gaol, I've never been there before.' Dr. Lloyd : " Do you think it right that the ta payer,- whom--I see before me, should have to hoard aid lodge you .v' Defendant: "I don't knos how I came to get into the hands of the police. I had b:en drinking, but 1 was not drunk then." Dr_ L'oyd "I suppose that was it. You knocked off tl-e liquor in a hurry and had 'touch of the ' D.T's.'" Anv how you'i have to go to gaol for a week if you donaC...

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PRODUCTION OF SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

PRCiBCTION OP SOUND. 8o?tud (s?, s the Belf-I:structoir) is produced 1-: ces::,ing the air or any other elastic body . n,;:s:tne a vibrator- motion. No sound cs, be produced by a body unless its parts i, pu1t in rapid motion. A tutiing fork is ' ?.'.k and ic parts are caused to vibrate- Ihs st:ingsg of a musical ijslrussent, or the i',rchent hlla: oi a drum, are struck, and Li:.;, rariules are put by the tlow into a state of tvibration. Thir vibraticns are then so?usnunicrted to the air, and t:ie air whioh is set in motion by theem 'ibrates in it- turn:. ansd its vibraties, striking on the aiudiitory nerve wtit.- the ear, prOducc theil essnatiou of hearing. That sound is trans mitsrtd by the vibrations of the air is shown by the fact that scarcely any sound proceaeds trom a bell which is rung within a vessl froes which the air has been withldro-wn by means of an air-pump. It is not pocsible here to say much about the media by which sound is couveyed, hut it must not be sup posed tha...

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Football. NORTH MELBOURNE v. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 31 August 1894

Football. NOTTH- MELBOURNE ,v. PORT MELBOURNE.. A fair crowd assembled on the North Mellioutne Recreation Reserve to see the second tussle between the above clubs. A strong, but choppy wind blew towards the Arden street goal and it soon became evident that the whole of tile game would be played from that end of the ground. Ports won thetoss and toolk advantage of the wind, and soon had two goals to thsir credit. On thie change of ends North quickly pulled up and had a goal to the good at half time. Port crowded on all sail and at three quarters time were again in the lead, but in the final bout N'orth overhauled them and won by a goal. The scores plainly show how close game it was, as both teams had ant equal number of tries._ The utmost good feeling -prevailed, and one wvonders how the Ports' team came to get the name for rough play, which went so nearly having the matches on the home ground cancelled. Roberts had an easy task to umpire the game and gave every satisfaction. The pla...

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