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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

SPOSTAL NEWS -:o:- RATES WITHIN VIOITORIA. -: - LETPEm--Per ounce or under 0 : T-?R ?T LE?wR sg--Per leter 0 . (inadditiontoordinarypostage) (Urgent letters ari.., ,,'z'ival at - the Post Office in t-;wn to which they are :i?- t·-;ated as telegrams, and .t . with the utmost desp: wil: not be delivered if .- --i to persons residing b?em . . . ,r in-i ary d elivery oy ele i.gr, . , . :o u n- -, t = :? n ger, nor if a . .esse .d : , -0hain- no delivery outy ounivcef "-r rier or telegraph messenger ? POST CARDS REPLY POST CARDS .a. LETTER CARDS ... . NEWSPAPERS 0: O 0 Boos:S.-For every four ounces or under (up to three lbs) 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE .. O 3 BAR?nELS.--TWO pounds orsmder 0:9 9 (each extra pound orpart, 3d.) BULK parcels of newspapers, ., posted by a regnistered- newsm-· paper publisher or news ven dor, per lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less tlian 4 popers in each parcel.) SPACKETS. . COMMERCIAL PAPERS.--For every two ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 0 1 (Such.as acceptances,. invoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

. . -srDEPSIDE NTTE ? - iO]iDER~BF I RIEHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets ALTERN?AE MOBDAV EVENINGS,. at 8 . o'cloc- in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Queensberry-street, Northi Mel bourn NO INITIATION FEES. CLEMENT DAVIDSON, SK.,-: Palls," Dryburgh-street, N. Melb; )^_ -- If0t- Ssafe si _-ca must be e03 L. -.doof S Warner's Safe Cure. Among many thousands of pFople who are on S---- - thbs safe side is Mr, SW. Bartaon, mining 'g' manager of Skipton Flat Ballarat, (Vi.), ho say s:-" TWar asr'a Safe Cure and Safe Pills effectually - cnred me of indigestion and a bad weak ness of the kidneyd. While taking the Safq Clre I noticed a total absence of thirst, and 1 believe that it would cnre those addicted to an inordinate nae of itiniunlnts" Another man who is on th& safe side ia Mr. Cbas. A Peters, miner of rTyloj-iiie, Bronnertob, (N.Z), who writes on September 18th, 1893 :-I was afflicted with IBrighs disease of the kidneys, and, after takinr 35 bottles of Safe Cure was cured...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM END 1OnEIG?N - COUNTRIES. s.-d. .Ls?TEs.-Eachl{ounce orunde. 0 2 PosT CARDS Y 0 1½ RaIPLY PeST CARDs ... 0 3 NEWspaPEs ... 0 1 CConS5EROcAL PAPERS.-4 ounceS o? iinder..... ............. .2 Over- ounces,,but not over 6 ounces . 0 8 'Every additional two ounces or r:under (up to 41bs). , 0.. 10 " .PRuNTED PESR~(Oth{ei" than ne Spapers).--Per every twoounces oirunder (uptlbs) .t.o . O,:0 1 PAdriER,-S and samples.Pe: everevy-: .: two ounces or under (up to . lib) 0 Aclknowledgcment of delivery of a registered article 0... O 2? PARCLLS PosT, Wholly:by sea.- : Each par cal of 2lbs er-under 1 6 Each additional lb or under(up to Illbs)... 0 9 LATE LErn?St niust beair foiull postage and late fee stamp of 2d extra, and may beposted at ally timrdnot exceed ing a ouarter of an hour after mail closes; at Melbourne General Post Office, any countiry.Post) Office, a':il way tavelling Post Office; handel to the mail guards, posted in bag at Spencer-strlct, for Sydney Limi...

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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 — 7 September 1894

INTEIRCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw SoUTH VWALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEENSLAND, SoUTH AUSTRALIA, TAsai-AIA, W'EST. AUSTRALIA, :. FmJI, NEW HEBRIDES . AD BRITISH NEW G .UINEA -:. : s. d;. LETERNs.-Per , ounce or under 0 2 . PosT CARDs 0 1. . REPLY -POST CARDS ... 0 2? ? L~mrac~st~Hoa-ta~NSs &Wa3 .: ~-~ S.Asrla ueenslaiid,T mania, W. Australia ... 0 1~ To New Zealand and Fiji: 0: 2 BOOKS.--Per four ouncesorunder - (up to three lIbs)... ... . 1.: NIEWSPAPEI ... . O REGISTRATION FEE... ... . 3. BULK parcels of newspapers,post- . ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb or fraction thereof ... 0 1 PARCEL PosT.--To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand,. Tasmania, and W. Australia only.-Per lb or:under 0: . 8 . :Eachadditional lb, or under..\-. (up to lhlbs) .:. ... 6 PACKETS. CO?IERCIA.L PAPERs -AND PRIN-"., .TED-PAPERS --Per 0vel'yJtO. : w ..; :unces or under (up to .41bs). I 1.i (Items see Viietio) -;' .: PATrEIINs, samples, packets of :. merchandise, &e.~ Per e...

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Parliamentary Election. NORTH MELBOURNE CONSTITUENCY. MR. REYNOLDS AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

:Pari iamentary Electionr. aQmITu MIEIBOIJ E CONS'rTEU uiNCY. N: R. REYNOLDS AT THE ME -- CHANICS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of Mr. S. P. Reynolds' sup porters, was held last Monday in the Mechanics' Hall, Erro!-street The hail was packed with electors. The chair was taken by the mayor (Cr. Carter) who riefly introduced the candidate to the meeting. Mr. Reynolds stated that in depressed times it was dificult to carry out inten teztfions which, rat a more prosperous -sason, be easy of execution. He had done his best with honesty of puroose, bu~tit was impossi-ble to please everyone. Locking back to his election fifteen months ago, the aspect of the Govern mnent towards the Commercial Bankd prosecution was causing great excitement and he promised, if returned, he would vote against the Government, but would soupport any measures brought forward in the interests of the people. In response o nunmerous interruptions, he reminded shose present ihat this wars a meeting -oley of his frltndr, tho...

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THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

THE EXHIBITIONBUILDING." Our excellent friend and judicious caterer for the public taste, Mr. WV. J. Turne', has renewed his Saturday night concerts at the Exhibition. WVhen I looked in for an hour on Saturday night last, there was a huge populace within the Nicholson-street gates. The pro gramme was a splendid one and con tained such sterling performers as Misses Rose Blayney. Fanny Lyndhurst, Dora Stamp, Nellie Radden, Florence Lini, Florrie Simonsen, and Messrs. Armes Beaumont, James Brierley, Signor Buzzi, WV. J. Turner, etc. There were ten new artists on the programme, and they succeeded in imlmediately establish ing themselves as favorites with thegMel bourne public. These shilling concerts are a great success.

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OXFORD THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

The engagement of Johnnie Gourlay at this theatre has added to the heap-of white stuff which Tom Perman is heap-. ing up for the Cogills. Miss Isabcl Webster is quite yum yum. The singing of this talented Iady is quite fetching. You fasten on to her sweet voice with all the strength of your so-horse power auriculars. "Over Hill, Over Dale" is entrancing. It should be heard right off without delay. There is a huge blank, brothers Harry and Charlie not being in the bill. i would suggest that, inde pendent ofthe farce appearance--wvithout Charlie Cogill no decent respectable farce. is complete-Charlie and Harry should give a ten-minute act such us they worked at over at St. George's Hallback long ago.

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

THEATRE-ROYAL -. . George Dafrells eigagemen'fnis last night. The house was crowded. -It is years ago since I saw "Back -from the Grave" on the same boards. As an Aus tralian drama it revels in familiar inci dent. A minlling townsh-p and the Zig-zag railwayare shownhere and thereisplentyot scope for the beatitiful coloring of tl'e scenic artists, Hennings and. Va?ghan. To-night Maud Williamson will be ten dered a benefit at this theatre. Lord Hopetoun patronises it. iAn excellent house and a resultant big cheque should be Miss Williamson's meed. I extend the ihabd of welconie tG Charlie Taylor and Ella Carrington. : confess to an appreciation of Taylor's actiiig. He was one of the best stdck actors that ever trod on the Royal floor:: In low comedy he was distinguished. The lady was one of the best juvenile leads of the many that faced a Melbourne, audience. For somue years the Taylor Carrington combination have success. fully played from Melbourne to Carpenis taria, and from 3risban...

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THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

THE ALHAMBRA. This favorite theatre has an augmented cast this week. The favorite contralto-: Miss Leslie Nornian, made her bow on Saturday night to-,i Melbourne audience. She has-a splendid voice, and henE-gur~" ment wa; a judicious one. Then there are the old favorites, Claude Hennan, Billy Whitburn, Amy Sherwood, Joe. Tait, Harvey and Sutton. FrankClar's " Casey and Levy" is very laughable, and causes the- whiskerbeds of the male section of the audience to roll,.writhe, and convulse in an extraordinarymanner whilst the powder area of the other sex is also made to contort itself curiously such is the effect of the fun.

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ALEXANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

ALEXANDRA THEATRE;. A man would have to be in a state of. pecuniary poverty as a wood sawyers clerk is to abstain from visiting the Alex andra. No sooner does a play catch on than the mandate goes forth from the managerial sanctum of Mr. Barry that a change of play must be afforded the Alexandra patrons. And then Dan says - " Hang the expense,"' and straight away. costumes, assessories, etc are purchased for the new play. This we:ek "'Cast Adrift ', was staged to good houses. It is a hlighly sensational play, and requires a large company to interpret-the many characters billed. The principal charac. ter is "N'ibs," a London shoe black. Miss Dora MIostyn plays the part well. Dora MIostyn)u cannot be beaten in these characters. Shie ought to ,ave been a boy. Dan Barry is not cast for this play, which is regrettable. Anyhow Messrs. Selwyn, Appleton, Patten, and our old favorite, Jenny Bryce (Mrs. F. C. Apple ton), Tilly Young, Nellie MIortyne, E. Sydney, bear the play through on their ...

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Football. NORTH MELBOURNE v. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

Football.. NORTH MELBOURNE v. FOOTS - RAY. .Only a moderate iumber of the sup porters of North Mleltourne journeyed to Footseray on Saturday to see thosecond battle between the two clubs. It was c-on 'idereda foregone cdnclusion - that North would win, and even the mostnv aquuina supporter, of the local T-wetity thougll that Footscray would bie lucky if they got ofir with a draw. North played MicLaren who shaped like an old hand at the game, and Relent was persuaded to p!ay at the last moment. From the bounce North forced the play, and kept Footscray con tinually on the defe:nsive, O'Des and Morrison getting a goal each in the first quarter. The second quarter showed an improvement al roaud, but North still had all their own way,; and at half-time, when they had secured 3 goals 5 behinds to 1 goal 4 behinds, players and spectators alike thought it would be a run-away win for North. A visit to the dressing rooms revealed- the fact that North were elated at their success, while Footsc...

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Licensing Prosecution. MAGISTERIAL COMMENTS. A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

Licensing Prosecution. MAGISTERIAL COMMENTS. A HARD CASE. Inspector Devine prosecuted Fred WVisher, the licensee of the Empire Hotel, Errol-street, for having his bar door un locked on the 25th and 26th ult. 3fr. Gaunson said that with regard to the latter date his client would plead not guilty. On Saturday night he however was technically guilty, although through no fault of his own. Snb-Inspector Dev-ine said .thl case was brought under Section 143 of the Licensing Act. Plain-clothes Const. D. MlcGlynn said that in company with Const. Kirwan he visited the Empire Hotel at II to -- on the night ot the 25th, and found the bar and the parlor lit up. The licensee wan present. Said " Mr. Wisher, it is now ir to 02 and your bar door is.open." He replied " it is only half-past eleven or twenty-five to twelve." Witness examined watches with Const. Kirvan and found it was the time stated. Mr. Wisher then said there was a drunken man in the bar and he was endeavouring to get himnt out. That...

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"Gas and Gaiters." AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

" Gas and Gaiters." -4.6- AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. There was a tremendous erowd within the walls of the Australian Hippodrome on Saturday night, when Governor and Lady Hopetoun and suite attendetd. There are truthfully three gigan'tic shows in one. There is no initerval, the great artistic attraction being so full of good things there is no wait. They are un folded one by one with startling freshness and ser.sational novelty. The graceful act, "Jeux de Rose," performed by Madame Fiilis and the Misses MIinni'e and Alexandra was pretty and exquisite. Mr. Fillis and the Feeley's go through their work with remarkable cleverness. Mr. Burns, the lion-tamer is alarmingly audacious. It is believed that he could subjdue an intoxicated M.L.A. were he to try. Fresh attractions -are promised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

- F.4? Pa'iia~b" "TT'r'd~j - .tamap Deties AcL 1890.. BILL OF EXCHANGE. Bill of Echange and Promissory Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of tile amount or value, and also for iany fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. O 1 a Bill of exhange payanble on demand earge-. able with amne duty as a promissory note " for Caine amount. (Embossed stamps must be used,which may be obtained at all 'Pot Offices.) Excucrnows. 1. Draft or order droal by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to beare:r or to order, and used solely for the ipurpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter 'ritten hy a banker in Victoria to aly other baInker in Victoria directingthe payment cf any slls of money, the same not being payable to beaOrer or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whiom p.yment is to be made or to any person on hie beh...

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ALBION UNITED v PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

ALBION UNITED v PRESTON. These two clubs met last Saturday at Preston, and the game resulted in an easy win for the Albhins by 7 goals 12 behinds to z goals a behinds The suc cesslul goal .kickers were Anmess (2a, Jones (2), andFox (3). For the winnern Armstrong, Stranger, Douglas, Jones, Kinery, O'Brien, and O'Donnell played splendidly.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 7 September 1894

News and Notes. RELIEF OF THE POOR.--The Rev. E. Isaac may he complimented upon the success of the Entertainment which was given under his direction, in the Town Hall, on Thursday evening last. The frst lpart of the programme was deVoteti to" Modern Babylon," the limelight views of the "little village" of London being highly realistic. Part II. was given to songs and recitations, illustrated also by Mr. Gunn's highly realistic lantern scenes. Miss .?I. hite rende-ed, to her own accompanimnent, the scog "The Holy City " in a highly effective manner. Miss Gibson recited "The Curfew "' with telling effect. 3IMr. V. MacKenzie's fine bass voice was heard to advantage in the "Village Blacksmith." "The Fireman's Wedding " by Mr. G. H. Lee was listened to with rapt attention, the elocutionist being- loudly applauded for his rendition of thishighly descriptive scene. Mr. S. F. Steels teuor voice was tunefully per fect in "I Seek for Thee in Every Flower." "The Newsboy's Debt" nas recited by ...

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MILK FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

- MILKI FOR FOWLS." Boiled Itilk, given instead of water to dri&. is excellent ibr fowls that are. afii teed with bowel complaints,a-d when the droppings are greenish-yellow. 25

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THREE-HUNDRED-POUND BUTTER COWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

THREE-HUNDRED-POUND - BUTTER COWS. WHEs I say that 3oolb and over of butter can be made from a cow, some people and even dairymen, seem to dis credit the statement, nevertheless such is the case. Men who keep cows should keep them for a purpose. . Careful dairy imen have lor thiec object the--greatest amount of butter of the best quality that tan be made. That should be ihe idea of everyone who keeps cows for better only. The cows- must be selet?ed for their required purposes. 'The quantity of m:ilk can be enriched, however good the cow, by feeding proper foods. It is tie fats in the milk which produce the bu:ter, and the richer the milk the more butter can be made. The Jerseys in my opinion, are at the headfor butter producers. Not all far mers or dairymen can have pure-bred cows, nor need they, to get 3oolb of but ter a year. Some half-breds will give that amount. There is a way to improve a dairy for butter producing, and that is by using jersey bulls. Last year nmy dairy of S8 c...

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The Farm. POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

he Farm. --4-- --~ POULTRY. - A Co?RRF.SPONDENT of the Cabrf'cornzais writes:--In view of the terrible disease :which is at the pfesent time working suchI havoc in the most crowded cities of the would, 1 would ask you to draw attention to due medium of sickness and disease -which, apparently, is always overlooked orignored by those whlo have the con trol antd management of our health matters. I allude to some of the eggs sold in this town. Some time ago I was walking down a back street, and canme upon quite a flock of hens and ducks enjoying a feast of putrid fish. Possibly if people k'new the danger they run in eating eggs laid by lens that have feU on such filth they would be more careful about !earing it within their reach. I am quite sure that our medical men might often trace outbreaks of fever, diphtheria, dysentery' &c,, to the hens wh:o pickup theirliving about the gutters and rulbbishl heaps of some of our back yards and lanes. - Et-ryone imagines that eggs at least...

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RESERVE FOR EMERGENCIES [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

RESERVE YOR EMERGENCIES Partisan:"The opposition preos has founddut all about your shady career. i u I: can you meet their truthful accuse ti:ons ?" Politician : : I am impregnable." "How o ?" "' I still have !eft that strong reservs for such emergencies." ' What ? ie "A dignified siience. Luck i- a good thing to have, but, no one 'v;i l denyt & a 1@ ah t&a init Sfor

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