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No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
Ie the eyes oe counlless thousands, of all the days of the week, Sunday is the dreariest, while large numbers of others regard it as their only holiday, and on that account demand that cer tain, work should be performed to permit of their availing themselves of the fullest enjoyment obtainable by journeying to the seaside, or further into the country. To those who have the inclination and the wherewithal, a change of scene and air on a bright genial Sunday afternoon is a thing to be desired. Many there are, however, who conscientiously disbelieve in Sun day travelling, where it entails the loss of the same day to thoseunfortun ate mechanics and others, who have to supervise the motive power which carries the light-hearted travellers to their destination. Then there is an other large class which may have the wish, but not the magic talisman which opens the doors of pleasure and recreation. Aye, and many of them, weary and worn with a week's toil, for a mere pittance which must be car...
BEER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
BEER. 3 er is isiadt, 'y soaking malt in hot water, boiling the resulting liquor with iiops and fermentiiig the product with ye;st. What is malt ? Malt is made by first moistening barley with water, which causes it to gercinate, and at a certain sta,,e it is transferred to a kiln and dried. Pale malt, for brewving ale, is dried at a moderntely low temperature, and porter derives its color from charred malt, which has been drried at ;a high tempera ture. Malting barley is done with the object of converting the starch of the grain into a kind of sugar. Tihe addition of yeast to the effusion of malt and hops is for the purpose of has te-ing, in fact, setting up fermentation in a few days, fur without yeast it would not take place for weeks. Beer contains fromn 6 per cent. to S per cent. of alcohol and is a refreshing nutri tive, a:nd, in excess, intoxicating drink. The sugar it contains renders it nutritive, and the bitter extract of hops makes it a tonic and appetising. Strong beers, ...
The Return Ball. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
The Return Ball. ! jThe return ball tendered by the citizens of North hielbourne to the late msyor (Cr. J. H. Gardiner) and Mrs. Gardiner, was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, and proved a euccess in every wny, but specially in giiing a splendid evening's enjoyment to the 100 couples who attended. The committee, consisting of Messrs. S. P. Reynolds, Cr. G. Career, R. L. Young, J. McKinery, A. Clack, D. McIntosh,. W; Leeming, W. Levis, C. Yeoman, H Rendell, F. Brearley (ban secretary) and J. Cooney (hun. treasurer), had spared no pains in decorating the hall with mirrors, bcnting, shrubs, flowering plants, etc., and succeeded i.s getting the foor to the pink of peffection. The music, furnished by Robbs band, was probably the best ever heard in the hall 1 and the catering of Mr. Hunter capti vating even the mo=t epicurean paIates. The hen. secretaries, Messrs. H. J. Randall and F. J. Brearley, are to be congratulated on the successful issue to which their united effort...
The Use and Abuse of Alcohol. A LECTURE DELIVERED BY DR. N. M. O'DONNELL BEFORE THE NORTH MELBOURNE BRANCH OF THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. (CONTINUED.) CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
The Use and Abuse of Alcohol. A LECTURE DRLIVERED BY DR. Ž-. M. O'EONELL 1BEFORE THE NOTH M1ELBOURNE BRAaoca Os TRE Aus TEAMAN, NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. (CoxrNeED.) CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM. If the stimulation has been allowed to go on to the later stages of intoxication, and if the same condition is repeated day after day until it becomes a habit, the nerves become unstrung, the hand tremu lous, the thoughts erratic, while the emo tional condition is that of depression, the digestive organs are impaired, the secre tions of the body are depraved, and the capacity for labor of any kind diminished. There is a constant craving for fluids, and a desire to remain in bed, the conse quence of the feeling of exhaustion. If it be absolutely necessary to get up and go hout the duties of life further stimulation by alcohol is usually r:navoidable. If this condition of excessive drinking at night, followed by resort tu alcohol next day oe long continued, a condition of bodily and mental bankruptcy is in...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
News and Notes. THE ELECTORAL FIGHT is over. The late member was defeated after a great i battle by96 votes. Mr. Reynold's stron8 hold was Parkville, in which division he polled 278 votes to Mr. Prendergast's so6, but in the mote democratic Hotham dis ision the voters rolled up strong in Mr. Prendergast's favour, wiping out his Park ville deficit, and .giving him a gross majority of 96. Next Tuesday evening the St. Miary's Literary aind Athletic Society will give a Grand Concert and Gymnastic Display in he North Melbourne Town Hall. SHAKESPERIAN RELICS.-In the win low of Mr. T. Simpson's furniture ware house may be seen some interesting curios. One of them is a small piece of oak fromn the house of the Avon Bard, another is a small cross section of a mul berry tree which grew in his garden. The piece of mulberry wood is poiished on one side and bears a resemblance to mahogany. Accompanying the wooden relics which were consigned to Mir. Simpson by a Mr. Login, a prominent chemist in ...
Football. NORTH MELBOURNE v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
Football. NORTH .MELBOURNE v. RICH MOND. Only a fair attendance patronised the above match on the Richmond ground on Saturday last. The weather swas perfect for football, but the gro-and was in a very %tsi,-pealidwater- Tying .a-out, re4 dering it difficult for the players to keep their fewt, and handling the ball with any degree of eertainty was out of the quostion. The issue was never in doubt for North did practically as they liked, and though on two occasions Rich mond got on even terms, North had a lot up their sleeve and won comfortably by 8 goals, 12 behinds, to 5 -oala, 6 behinds. This is the largest scoro made by North for the season, their usual tally being five or six. For Richmond, Parker. Catte, O Mear-, Howard, Bahen, and Le Febere performed creditably, and Sicil1, O'Dea, Morrison, H Launder, and tirierson wera the pick of North's team. Rolent was in the team and shaped better than usuna. Todd had the hard luck to strike the post twice and went very close with two othe...
North Melbourne Police Court. MONDAY, SEPT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
North Melbourne Police Court. MCONDAS, SE. 15. Before Messrs. Bindon and Barwise, J's:P. - ' ASSAULT. John Hobson -was charged 'with un lawfully assaulting Alexander Dawson on the 7th inst. A fine of ls. was im posed, with £1 11s. 6d. costs. SCHOOL NEGLECTION. A number of parents were sum moned by Truant-lnspector Robinson for neglecting to send their children to school, and fines ranging from ls. were imposed. DISOnEDIENcCE O ORDER. Katherine O'Connor sued Thomas O'Connor for failing to fulfil an order made on 12th April, 1894, for £9 Ss. The case was adjourned for 14 days. DEBT CASES. There -were a number of debt cases before the court, and in most cases an order for amount was made.
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
- - POSTAL NEWS EATFA WITHIlN VIcTORIA.. B. 4 LETirsa.-Per ounce or under 0 2 TU -N T T 'Tema.-Per letter 0 6 (inadditicntooolinaryl ostage) (Urgeht letters are,-?a -rrival at the -Poa?f?-cs in thb ronm- to the u or?dcsp it . ' will not be delivered if , .cdo persons residing tu y,. t Sc ordin ary delivery by tel graph messen ger, nor if addrei sed to a place having. no deliverr by letter car rier or telegraph messenger.) Post CARDs " O0 1 REPLY POST CARS . 0 2 LETTER CiRes , 0 1 NEWSPAPERS .-.. " ..-. 0 BOOKS--For evel.jffour QunceB or under (up to three Ibs) 0 1 REGISTRATION FE .... -"0S PARCELS.-Two pounds er under 0 9 (each extra peund orpart;, 3d.) BULK parcels of newspapers,-"-. posted by a registered news paper publisher or news ve-. dor, per lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less than 4: papers in eaoch parcel.) . PAKETS. COMMERCIAL PAPERS.--For every. two ouncesorunder(up to 3bs) 9 1, (Ssch as acceptances, invoices, accounts", affidavits, examination papers (corrections only ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
I2FDEPENDENT ORiER OF RECHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets AX.TERNATE MTONDAI2 EEIxNGcS, -at S So'dock, in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Queensberry-street, North Mel bourne. . NO INITIATION FEES. CEIEET DAVIDSoN, Sec., Pasis,s Dryburgh-street, N. Melb. SE ON "T'HE SATE SIDE.. - if -WT1 J be on t. o.de o! '~'~/ ~Warners Safe SCu e . . Among many th.osands of S 4" - people Who are on : ---. - * :-; the safe cide is Mr. 1W Barten, mining manager of Skipton Flat Balbirat. (Vie.), who cays :-" War. esear Safe Ca-e and Safe PiZls effectually cured me of indigestion and a bad weak cecS of the kidaey.. While taking the Saft Ciare I noticed a total absence of thirse, and I believe that it would cure those addicted to an inordinate use of ttimhlanteQ. Another man who is on the safe side is Mr. Chas. A. Peters, miner of Taylosville, Bronnertor, (N.Z), who writes on September l18h, 1893 :--I was afflicted with Brighte disease of the kidneys, and, after takioc 35 bottles of Safe Care was cnr...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. .. d. LzTTBRS.-Each - ounce or under 0 2½ PosT CARDS ... ... 0 1y REPLY POST CARDS - 0 3 NEWSPAPERS ... ... 0 1 COMMERCIAL PAPEnS.-4 OunCes or under.......... 0 2j Over 4 ounces, but not over 6 ounces ........ ....... Every additioral two ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0 1 PRINTED PAPERS(other thannews papers).-Per every twoounces or under (up to 41bs) .:. 4 - PATTERmcS and samples.Per every " two ounces or under (up to llb) ... ... .. 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE ... 0 3 -. -" Acknowledgement of delivery of a registered article ... -0 2j PARCELS POST, wholly by sea. Each parcel of 21bs or under - 1 6 Each additional lb or uncder(up to llbs)... ... .0 9 LATE LETTERS mast bear full postage and late fee stamp of 2d. extra, and may be posted at any time not exceed ing a quarter of an hour after mail closes; at Melbnurne General Post Office, any country Post Office, Rail way travelling Post Office; handed to the mail guard', po-;ted in bag at...
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. TO NEW SOUTH WALES, NEW ZEALAND, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, WEST AUSTRALIA, EICI, NEW HEBRIDES AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
INTERCOLCONIAA RATES. To NEw Sourn WALES, IE W ZEALAND, QrEENSLASD, SourT AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, WasrT. AUSTp-AIA, EIJI, _NEWY .?ELRIDES: '. ue B'ria NEW Enss~ G IJSEA. s. d. LEERa.--Per ½ ounce or under 0 2 PosT CARDS ... ... 0 1 REPLY POST CARDS ... 0 S LETTER CARDS to N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland, Tas !mania, W. Australia ... 0 11 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 21 BOOKs.-Per four ouncescrunder , (up to three lbs) ... .. O 1 _E APR . _. -. O REGISTRATION FEE... ..0" 3 BULK parcels of newspapers,posb ed by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb or fraction thereof .... 0 1 PAsOEn POST.-To S. Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, Tasmsinia, and W. A-stralia oniy.-Per lb or under 0"8 Each additional lb, or under "(up tol11lbs) ... ... -06 ...PACKETS. - -. COMMERCIAL PAPERS AN,) Pa.RI TED PAPERS.-Per every twoe ounces or under (up 1o-41bs)O 1 (Items see Victeria) PATTERNS, samples, packets of merchandise, dc.-Per every two ounces or under (up to 11b) 0 1.
ST. MARY'S CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
ST. MARY'S CRICKET CLUB. The above club held its annual meeting in the Schoolroom, Howard st., on Friday evening, 14th Sept. Mr. McKinery was voted to the chair. Tie secretary stated that MIr. H. Boyd had the best batting average, 12.3, Mr. Harrison being second with i_.215, and Mr. J. Gibson third with 10.7. Mr. E. Launder had the best bowling average, 5-4-; Mr. J. Saunders, 5-5 second : Mr. H. Boyd, 6, third. Mrt. H. Boyd. was presented with Mr. McKinery's trophy, for best all-round man. The following office-bearers were elected :-Secretary, Mr. F. T. Moor house; Committee, Messrs. B. B. Butler (Capt.), XV. Harrison (Vice-capt.), C. White, and E. P. Arnold (Treas.); President, Rev. Canon Carlisle; Vice Presidents : Messrs. S. P. Reynolds, WV. Leeming, WV. McKinery, G. C. Arnold, Whitney, G. Carter, C. Yeoman, Clack, J. Fidler, and Dr. Leper.
CAMBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
.CA3MBRIDGE CRICKET CLUB The eighth annual meeting of the Cam Tridge.Cricket Club was held at Almonds Family 'Hotel, Errot--treet, on Monday evening last, there being about ag peeros present, the Pres'dent, Mr. C. Yeoman, occupying the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read, and it was pro posed and seconded that they be received. The Secretary and Treasurer then sub -zidted their balance sheets which showed a balance of £1 4ss. to start the se-son with. The President then presented the 3. medals won by the club, during the past season, to the players, with well chosen words, all of which were suitably responded to. Also the hat to J. Tradis; with which he made nearly all his runs off last seas?n, given by Messrs. Barber £nd Clarke. The President presented to J. Tengher (on behalf of R. Buckley), a grdtp of photos of the players, for his valuable services as umpire during the past season. The club decided to enter for the hu]bourne Sports Depot Hard TWicket Trophy during t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
BILL OF EXCRANGE. Bill of Exchange and Promissory - -.Where the amount or value of the i-. 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 fractional part of £50 of sucL amount or value .. 1 1 0 Bill of exchaige payable on demandaharge- j able with same duly as a promissory note for same amouint. (Embossed slamps -ust be used,which may il be obtained at all Post Oflfces.) E?XE. ?T )S 1. Draft ox order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to beare: or to order, and used solely for lhi purpose of settling or clearing any account bet ween sach bankers. 2. Letter ,'ritten by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria iirectingthe payment of any sum of money, lhe same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not bliug seat o: delivered to the person to whsm payment is to be made or to any person on his behalf. 3. Letter of credit granted in Victoria auth...
AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
AUSTRALIAN HIPPODROME. Fillis's Circus still continues to draw la_,?dietnes, who fill the tent nightly" feats of tue various 'promr:"? novelties have been introduced duting the week, and have met with approval. The. -afternoon nerformanees have also been - well atended, the juveniles greatly enjoy- ing themselves. The final performanCes are announced by the management.
THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
THE ALHAMBRA. Frank M. Clark presented a ohange o6 l;rogramme to his numerous patrons on. Saturdey night last to'a good house..: Mr. Teddy Forde, a facial comedian ree with a very g?ood reception, considering it was his finst appearance, and he, nas ably backed up by the other members of the company. There has been a very fair atteudance of the public this week, and a change of programme is announceJ for - Saturday neat.
Cricket. NORTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
Oricket. NORTH MELBOURNE , CRICKET CLUB. The annual meetingof the North Mel bourne Cricket Club was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Errol-st, on .Friday evening. There was a large attendance of members, and the chair was occupied by Mr. S. P. Reynolds, the president. The report showed that the season had been a most successful one, 32 new mens- bers having been admitted, bringing the number up to 200. The season's receipts totalled £397 I8s. 5d., as against £376 12s. 5d. for previous season. £150 had been expended by the committee on im provemests to the ground, and a claim for £tco 16s. 2d. had been preferred against the Reserve committee. For the first time the premiership shield and pennant had been won by North Mol bourne, together u ith badges for players who had played in not less than four matches. The -highest batting average had been obtained by Mr. H. T. Stuckey with 49.81;- fr. T. Fox coming second with 42.50. The bowling average was won by Mr. R. S. Houston with 18.o7,...
Nature's Mirror. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
Nature's Mirror. BY "REFLECTOR.". THEATRE ROYAL. The Taylor-Carrington Company pre sented the sensational Irish drama "0u1d Ireland' to a well-filled house on Saturday last, and can satisfy themselves at the success with which it was received. The principal parts were ably filled by Miss Ella Carrington and Mr. Taylor with evident satisfaction. A change is an nounced for Saturday next.
They Say [Items under this heading will be welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
They Say [Items under this heading will be welcomed.] ThatBromley'sjCricket Tropby will be noest for the coming season. That [Mr. Bromley intends returning to Daylesford. That Fred Armstrong made avery commend able speech on the subject of 'The Press" at the North Melbourne Cricket Club annual meeting. That the Curzon Cricket Club omitted to send in a report as promised by their sec. That their secretary was Jack. ThAt " S.P." is not always the short for "starting price." That Beynolds' initials stands far "silent politician." That G. M. P. does not mean that Mr. Prendergast is a "Good 'Member of Parlia ment. , - .. Ti"at [lhb C?mbeidge Cic?et Club is going to have at smack at the Sports Depot Trophy this arason. Thai Pr. C. Yeoman is likely to step into Ethe breach vaeated by Mr. Bromley.
OXFORD THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
OXFORD THEATRE. The Cogill Bros. hvae a treat in store for Melbourne theatre-goers in the peson, of Mr. Gus Bruno, an Amencan comedisa with a great reputation, who wil mwake' his appiarance on Saturday next. The' compin~ have had splendid houses all the" week, antd have also presented good pro grasumcs each evening. Mr. John Gour lay is still held in huih esteem by the audience, snd has g'reatly amused them in bia eccentricitise. M~iss Iabel WVebster also had a good receptiou, her singing being very well received.