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The Missing Hand. ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH OF AURELIEN SCHOLL. CHAPTER VI (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

The Missing Eaai ADAPTED FROM rHE FRENCH OF - AUXRELEN ScOLL. BY E. BRANFILL HARRISON. CHAPTER VI (Continued). Ludha sprang to her feet, trembling from head to foot. " My sister, did yon say?" "That is a secret I had intended to reveal to you mo my death-bed, but cir cumatancs are decided otherwise." The ex-schoolgir from the convent of Liaz could at last understand why M. Clavers portrait hang opposite to Mute. de 3lontdrrain's over the mantelpiece in Clotilde'sroom. For the first time, she experienced a keen and biting settiment ofgrief--remorse. Alone in the world np to this moment, in those hburs of solitceheixzi7ie involontarily sarches one's conscience, she had fortifed herself with the abstract reasoning that she had no account to render to anyone. With- i out fiker or mother, she had nof even a name to dishonour. Reckless of her son" she had been as reckless of her body. The idea never occurred to her that at some unforseen moment a woman, a mother, would rise up before her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

SAOCmIRIm OF, SUPLUS WINTER - ATocK? B &RBEATEST- AND CiEAjEIT BAL OF THE SEAEON ON+ SATURDAY, JUNE S30 BROTHERS SHVE CO?ThIE?CED A GIGNTRIC REAIJSATIONJ SALE OPF. winter Drapery, Clothing,; Carpets, &c., AT TIRRs EA3OUS CASIkDR4FERT WAREHOUSES, ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURHNE, oIDGE 8TREET, BALLARAT. The Bazgainare TUapamWsted I The Prines the Lowest in Victoria. ii order to reduce our immense SStocks, amnounting to upwards of S1.?4?gO , and being determined not G Oiiiis ~fniec se***o- -to another, we have carefully gone through the different departments and REDUCED EVERY LINE to prices that must create ltense excitement amongst people who study economy, and pay ready money. The Goods aei al Jw, Pieskh ad fleau. Io Old l~ins! DEB antrep lbbish? lIn the limited space of a mfnth, £15,000 worth of Seasonable C-oods rmust be turned into hard Cash. To effct this apparently dir?cult task, .drdinary sale prices are quite ig nored, and every article ruthlessly re duced in pri...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

PEA SOUp.--Pea seup is an excellent soup, and is so nourishing that it may be eaten instead of meat, rs peas arE both flesh-formers and heat-givers, and will give near;y as much st:ength as meat, and at imuch less cost Ingredi ants: Two pennyworth fresh beef bones, me pint split peas; one turnip, one carrot, one stick of celery (not a h;cn) one tablespoonfil of powdered dry mint, pepper and salt to taste, five pir.ts of cold •vater, and o:1? onion. 1Brcak up ad. worth of beef bones into small pieces, wash them in salt and 5water, put them into a saucepan with rive pints of cold water, add a tablespoonful of brown eugar, bring it to the boil, scum it, and let it gently simmer for four hours. Then strain the stock into a basin, and when cold, take off the fat. Soak the peas all night in a basin of cold water ; this makes hem swell and soften, so that they will not require so much cooking. Pour the vater away from the peas, put them into a saucepan with the stock and the other ngredien...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

News and Notes. :?OU.SELVES --NOTICE.L-The elections formembers of Parliament taking place neit Thursday, the Gazelte will be pub lished on that day instead of Friday, the usual day of publication. M: ETAL WANTED.-Ci;. Pilkington ad -ocated a little attention being paid to Elmn-st. in the foim of a dressing of metal the road being in a depoi-able state Cr. Barwise had the same remark to make about a section of Elizabeth-st. Some more streets were mentioned as being in want of repairs, and as there seemed a likelibod of the list being unduly pro longed, Cr. Fogarty suggested that the overseer be instructed to make an ex amination of a number, and report to the Council. CROOKED KERBING.-Cr. Petrie last 'Monday night drew attention to the ir regularities in the kerbing, near Smith's hotel, in Flemington-rd. The rest of the channel is at present being lifted and re laid by contract, and it seems peculiar that the kerbing was not included in the oli~ignial specifications, instead of bein...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

Go to GRAEAMS' Zmporters d. Zsenufactsurors of 3oots and Shoes, Oldest Established Boot & Shoe Shop in Errol-street (Town Hall side), 3 doors from Victori.i-st., Tram Cars stop at the DOOR every few minutes Try our Gents' Celebrated Bals at Tstla Very Best CourtShoes for 2e ld Eletiotn 2otices. LECTORAL DISTRICT OF ME]L BOURNE WEST. Ihere?y give notice, in purs?ance of a wevt * Obr<£er tho .ia-or U10l- cellenoo. the c-overnor of Victorin, dated. thes sixth day of September, 189), for the election of one mem bher to cerve in the Legislative Asecembly of Vi:.oria, for the Electoral District of Mel bourne West, the following gentlemen have been duly nominated, viz., Hugh Them Jordan, Accountant, Moonee Ponds. William Jfaloney, Surgeon, West Mel bourne. A poll of the Electors will, therefore, be taken, onThursday, the20Oh day of September, 1394, commencing at eight o'c'ock in the forenoon, and, unless la?ially adjourneod, closing at seven o'clock In the afternoon of t...

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They Say [Items under this heading will be welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

They Say [Items under this headingwill e rwelsomed. That Or; Corter is Letting used to psesiding over Election meetings. That Mr. S. P. Reynold's supporters are w orking hard to secare hip return. That. Lach. M·oni is the busiest amon: them. . That Tommy Coleman is a first class re eorter, Tlhat Dr. I.lonoy is a supporter of Mr. G. Prendergas . That George Prendergast is not a bad lock ing fellow. That jsi now he is looking for a good seat in " the House." That cellars and reckties were conspicuous by their absence at Prendergast's meeting Monday night,-- So were the Age, Standard and Ierzld reporters. That it is almost needless to say that Ten Gsazarc was well represented, dittoa the Argus. That Mr. Prendergast's followers a~di bakiers are ' ccksure " of winning. That "~'When I am there" was a common expression of Mr. Prendergast in his address. That Cr. Baraise says this is a working man's Eubnrb. Dr. Rose will speak at Mr. Heynold's meet ing next Thursday. Dr. Maloney is not frig...

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THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. Although the weather was somewhat stormy on Saturday evening last, ths Promenade Concert at the Exhibition was very well attended, and a splendid programme presented by Mr. Turnr, that excellent caterer to the public taste. Mr. Chas. Saunders, the famous English tenor, was a pronounced succ-ss, his singing of. " The Star of Bethlehem and "The Sailor's Grave," being much appre ciated by the audience, and, in conse quence had to respond to a well deserved encore each time. Miss Fanny Lynd hurst and Miss Rosa Blaney were also very successful in their songs, both ladies also being re-called.. The other items on the programme were well rendered by Misses Nellie RHadden, Florrie Simonsen, Florence Lucie, and Mfessrs. Jas. Brierley and W. J. Turner. Dora Stamp, with piano solos, and Mr. F. Van Der Leye, with cello seolos, also roceived well merited appia'se, The concerts will be continued to-morrow night, when there will be an entire change of programme.

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North Melbourne Council. MONDAY, SEPT. 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

North Melbourne? Council.? MoNDr; SEPT. 10. Present: Crs. Carter (ma-yor), Costello, Barwise, Fogarty, Fuller, Gardiner, Petrie, Pilkington, and Steel. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDERCE. The following communications were then read and dealt with: From the Buln Buln Shire Secretary suggesting that a conference be held re the abolition of payment of Mem bers of Parliament. The meeting to take place in the Melbourne Town Hall somewhere about the 26th, inst. On the motion of Cr. Costello, seconded by Cr. Gardiner, the letter was referred to the Public Works Committee. From Sergeant Hehir, reporting the prosecution of certain individuals for obstructing footpaths. Received. - From Mr. J. J. Turner offering, at a price, to provide incinerators for the destruction of nightsoil from typhoid patients or sell same to the Council, also to keep in repair all pans for 5 years, and cleanse same at 6d: per pan. Referred to Public Works Commit tee. MIessrs. And...

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AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. Owing to the boisterous wveather of Saturday evening last, Fillis's Circus had to be postponed till Monday, when there was a great crowd demanded admittance. The various items were watched with breathless interest, and tutnders of applause greeted the various performers for their agility and daring acts. Every one should strive to pay a visit to the Hippodrome as the season is a limited ome.

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

ORDIERS OF THE DAY. 2INNCE COM!IITTEB. Cr. Steel moved That £199 Is. 5d. be paid on account of Town Fund. That £221 6s. 7d. be paid on account Loan lo. 8. That the sum of £4 3s. he granted as a donation to Miss Hare in lieu of refunding amount paid for rent of Town Hall and piano for a benefit concert held 2nd August, she being in destitute circumstances. That the rate made on the 15th Jan., 1894, be amended ?ar prcvided for in section 274, " Local Government Act, 1890," by altering the valuations on the following properties (in correction of clerical errors):-Rabte ito. 2516 from £14 to £24 ; 4603 from £10 to £16; 2904 from £190 to £90; 3858 from £58 to £50. That the following arreara of rates be struck off as irrecoverable :--Rate No. 724, £5 2s.; 2823, £3 16s. 4d.; 4f275, £1 4s. Cr. Pilkington scated that he under stood that there were only 5 local men employed on the Council's work at Flemington-rd. He thought ib too had ?that 2i3rod&Yi 4 tow should be-given tostritges,?...

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THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

THE ALHAMBRA. Frank M. Clark still plods along at the above theatre, and has presented quite an array of novelties this week, such as club swinging, gymnastic feats, character sketches, etc. and which have proved quite a success. He has also secured a treasure in Miss Leslie Norman, whose singing is quite a treat to listen to. Will WYhitburn is as funny as ever, and is well backed up by the other members of the company. The programme concludes -ith an amusing farce entitled " On the files," which is very funny indeed.

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POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

-POSTAL NEWS --:o:--- RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. LETTzES.-Per ounce or under 0 2 URGENT LjTsnES.-Per lezfle8r0 (inaddiiontoordinarvy Postage) §-:. (Uvgen1t letters are..,- .',ivral at tho Fcot Office s, :..w-n to whicsi they are Ih . -ted :. e :?5i2ih&?o;1,s dw;pl.. ... . not b delired i: • -, i to - personsresiing be,. . din - ary delivery by.telegrb q . -..-en ger, nor if addressed to, a -!-te having no delivery by letter cur rier dr telegraph messeonter.) POST CeARDs ... ... REPLY POST CAnnDS . : LTTER CARDS ... . - NTuSPAPeRS ... ... 00 BooKs.--For every four o~,nos or under (up to three Ibs) 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE ... 03 PARcLs.--Two poun(ds or rnder 9 9 (each extra pound or part, 3d.) BULI parcels of newspapers, _ posted by a registered news paper publisher or news ven dor, per lb or fiaction theregi 0 1 (Not less than 4 papers in each parcel.) PACKETS. Co0IMERCIAL PAPERS.-FOr every ?wo ouncesorunder(up to 31bs) 01I (Suchi as acceptances, invoices, accounts*, afHidavits, cxa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

ERW OF REOHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, mnets Ar??:L"E E 3Io:-AY EVENY-IGS, at 8 o'docl, in the Friendly Socieiies' Hall, Quee?sberro.-street, North Mel bourne -'No INTIATzON-FEES. CLk ?-ET DAVIlDSON, Sec., Pazis,.Drybur'gh-street, N. MIelb. BE On? TiE FJ Alg - -f yo - -ae the Warnersa Safe Cu r e. Among S marny th :ueands iof people rho are on - - the safe side is Mr. WV. Barten, mining manager of Skipton Flat ialarat. (Vie.), who eys :C-" War ar's Sofe Cure and Saf Pills eifectunally tared me of indigestion and a ba. weak ness of the kidneys. While takig tlhe Safe Cure I noticed a total abse:ce of thirst and I believe that it wonuld care those additc:ed to an inordinate use of a:imulanta." Another man who is on the safe side is Mr. i=?.. A.. Peters, miner of TayloTviite, Brmnerion, (N Zj. who writes on Septembsr 18!th, 1893 :-fI was afflicted with Bright's di.sace of the kidneys, and, after takie? 35 bottles of Safs C'wure was tared. I am rrftetly sati?fied that if I had not F,-i...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

RATES TO THE UNJITIB KINGDOOM AND FO1EIGN COUNTRIES.:? s. el. L·msEWEB.--Each Ounce or1 ndeIr Pos0T CaRDS '0 REPLY POST CARIDS ,... 0 3 NEWSPAPERS ... .... 0 $1 CossMEacRAL PAPERS.-4 oun?es or under... . - " ... e 2r Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 * ounces- .. . .... 0 O 3 Every additional two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PaIurr.D PAPERS(other than news papers).-Per every twoounees or under (up to 4lb) ... 0 1 PATTERNxS and samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to lb) ... 0 1 IrEGISTA.TION I'EE " --.- -. Acknowledgement, of delivery of a registecredl article ... 0 S - PARCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each parcelof 21bs or under 1 £ Each additional lb or under(up to l:lbs)... ...... 0 LATE LETT'EnS must bear full postage and late fee stauip of 2d. exSra, and may be posted at any time not axoced ing a quarter of an hour after mai~ closes; at Iclbourne General Pee Office, any country Pot. Office, R~ail way tra?elling Post Otliice; handed to the m:ail guards, posted in bag ai Spe...

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INTERCOLONIAL RATES. TO NEW SOUTH WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, WEST AUSTRALIA, FIJI, NEW HEBRI[?] AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

INTERCOLONIAL RATES.1 To NEW SOUTH WALES, 1N?W Z5AL D, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUsTRALIA, TASA.NIA, WEST. AUSTRALIa, Fsa, NEW HsEBRI1s a-D BRITISH NEW GUINEA. I'OST ~ ~ t Gm & .. . REPLY TPST COaRDS ..:- ·4 2i: LETTER CAnRDS to N. S. Wales, S. Aastralia, Quecnsl?rnd, Tas mania. WV. Australia ... 8 1 To New Zealand aid Fiji 0 2 BooEs.-Per four ouncesornader (up to threelbs)...... 1 B EWSPAPERS 0.. l R?cEIsT?ATIox FEB... ... 0 3 -ULK 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 WV. Australia only.c-Per lb or under 08 Each additional lb, or under (up to 11 Ibs) ... ... 0 6 S PACKETS. : *COMMERCIAL PAPERS AND PRI-' ... PAPERS:--Per every two] ounces or under (up to 41bs)'0 1 (Items see Victoria) PArrruRS, samples, packets of merchandise, &c.-Pcr. every, two ounces or under (up to 1.b) 0 1

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OXFORD THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

OXFQORD THEATRE. _. The Cogill Bros. presented another of their splendid programmes on Saturday night to a good house. The singing of Miss Isabel Webster and MIr. John Gourlay was all that could be desired, and the other members of this clever company f£irly excelled themselves. A number of newv sketches were also intro iduced, which were very successful.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

BILL O EXCRFANGE. Bill of Exchange and Prouissory. Where the alluonlt or value of the money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amnount or value, and albo for any fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. 0 16 Bill of exchange payable on demand charge. able with seame duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Embossed stampo must be used,which may be obtained at all Post Offices.) Exteerlosas. 1. Draft or order drawn by eny banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and neused solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. t. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingthe payment of any surn of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and sunh letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to any person on his behalf. 3. Letter of credit granted in Vistosia authorising...

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Nature's Mirror. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

Nature's Mirror. BY "REFLECTOR." THEATRE ROYAL, The Tay!or-Carrirgton Dramatic Co. 'oened their s.±ason on Saturday night last, at the above theatre, to a large audience in " Never Despair." The piece is splendidly mounted, and the characters arc well sustained; and, as it is only for six nights the public wiil do well to pay this theatre 0 visit in ocder to judge for themselves.

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LITTLE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

LITTLE MARKS. Bravo! Todd not finished yet. Bsrracking was very one eided. What price that ron of James? Wind completely spoiled the game. Sicily was troublesome as the wind. "Grierson's goal" shot! Don't mention Essendon's defeat very popolar in Errol. street. Jaeo Fribba. Globr, and Warren played the best for 'Town. Taoen all roond Williametown are a eplendid lot of footballers. North eshold easily defeat Blhmond, and thus tie with 0ooFcray and Fitiroy .or fourth place.

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Football. NORTH MELBOURNE v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 14 September 1894

Football. BT " ROVER? NORTH MELBOURNE V. WVIL L!AMSTOWN. A strong, gusry wind spoiled all at tempts at good play on Saturday, not oniy at Williamstown, buht at every other ground, and, as a consequence, the public did not patronise the various matches in largo numbers. Only the more ardent supporters of the above teams witnessed their second meeting. olent and McClaren stood out of ,orth's team, which included Todd aud Stevenson. IL is useless to describe the play, which was confined to one end of the ground where all the players con gregated ;an a wild scramble for the ball, the utmost Sood feeling, however, being displayed. In the firs; quarter North obtainedl 1 goals, 4 behinds, whi!e 'Town only got 1 behind. Todd's goal for N-orth was a marvellous piece of judgemecnt, the ball describing a half circle from the place where it wa~s kicked. In the second quarter Todd's brilliant defence prevented 'Town from getting more than three shots, two of which got goals The third quarter was...

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