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HIS PA GOES HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
HIS PA GOES HUNTING. "What has your pa got his jaw tied up for, and what* makes his right eve so black and blue7" asked the grocery man of the bad boy, as the bad boy came to. bring some butter back that was strong enough to work on the street. "TYou haven't hurt your poor old pa, have you?? "0, his jaw is all right now. You. ought " have seen him when the gun was. -ed in kicking him," says the boy, set the butter-plate on the Ichee "e ' us about it. What had the Igun our pnQ2' I ?e-'se it was the: son-,..- that kicked .m,"a said the. gror , as he winked at a servant girl - e in with her apron over her heat s ,o cents worth of yeast. " I . you if you will keep watch down :et for pa. He says he will he hangc ,:he will stand this foolishness any longe ." "What I does you father say that while he is on probation ?' " Well, I should cackle. You ought to have heard him when he come to, and spit out the loose teeth. You see, since: pa quit drinking he is a little nervous, and the doctor s...
BROMLEY AND YEOMANS' TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 21 September 1894
BROMLEY ANDF) YEOMANS TROPHY. On ?Wednesdr.y night a very enjoy able smoke nigh- was held in the Me chanics' Institute by members of the -clubs which had competed for the above trophies. The immediate cause of the gathering . was the presentation of the prizes, by :the donors, to the successful cluos. Mr Bromley's-presenrt, consisting of a splen did marble mounted clock and 1i silver medals, fel to the Cambridge Club, a; -the winning team, while Mr. Yeoman's gift to the runners up was appreciated by the Oxford Cinb, rihs, in name to least, the University men proved their claims for supremacy over the rest of their competitor-. SMr. Bromley occupied the position of chairman, and was ably kept in coun tenance by SIr. Y'eoman. The first portion of the programme -onsisted of hanuony, catered for by 3Messrs. A. Woosham, D. Reid (of the 2orth Melbourrce Football Club), J. Skeehan, E. Arrmstrong, and H. Nair . To provide an interval, Mr- Bromley then presented *. Livngstone. as the represe...
Wisconsin Dairy School. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
The University of Wisconsin h add ed to its other admirable courses a dairy school This year the dairy course will open Jan. S;and lose the iSt of. -frch. Dr. Babcock, inventor of the milk test, will give twent~ lectures duriing the term. There will'obe fom-rsub-courses of instruction.Dr. Bacocs lectures will comprise in the first sub-course such top ics as cream raz~ing, the churning an~d preservation of milk, etc.- The seconi salb-course will he devote to milk test ing. with lahorstory insctruction. Then comes the third sub-course, butter m~ ig, and the fourth, cheese mnekin The milk test instruction wi1 be one of the most important pa.r of the course. The student who carefully learns his lessons here will be able to de termine the amount of btter fat in milk, and also to tell ishither - mik is skimmad or whale, and whether it has teen watered or otherwise- adulterated.L He wn?l be made acquainted with al "nds of crein separators ~eiI butter ex~traicttas, and made to under?anid th...
THE BEST CREAMERY. THINGS ESSENTIAL TO A SUCCESSFUL CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
TIlE JIEST UREROFERY. TiHNGS ESSENTAL TO A SUCCESS S FUL .caRAAEsIIny. ear -ge-od the li?e ada Let Lb-e Prie ciple e6seP~ F.etoresJili i-bt ,el- - tipiyiaa-A cedi erf azaecicra·U st Sb (lean and Hae BackboineT--Trickery. At the Iowa State Jattei_, Chee" e and Egg convention. ?r. O. T-Dennison, 6of •Iason City, addressed tie conventon i "W1Tiat is Best for the Creamery." He said: "Eiery -creamery oprator aand every patron of a creamerv h:s his opinion as to what is best for tl iream ery, and I aun only grve my opiion from the tandpoiit 6f an olurantdr, leaving yoni' te be brought otin the di-uss'on that mar follow. - "Threeessentialsto snccs slJ cream ery are: honesty, cieanlines and intelli gence. These three grates are. -as no coming to the patron as the operator. You my differ as to the order of preced ence and contend that cleauliutess should be placed first or intelligence i?rst; but each is absolately essential to suc?cns3 in the creamery andiin the dairy as wll. - Every transa...
WHY SIXTY SECONDS MAKE A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
WHY SLXTY SECONDS MAKE A MINUTE. Why is our hour divided into 60 minutes, each minunte into 60 seconds, etc.? 8imply and solely because in Babylon there existed, by the side of the decimal system ol notatio0n another system, the _ge~esip.2l, whith "wuotrea ny Siaties. Wh that number should have bIloe chosen so clear enough, and it speaks wt11 for the practical sense of those ancient Babylonian merchants. There is no number which has so many divisions as 60. The Babylonians -ivided the sun's daily journey into 24 prrsangs, or 710 stadia. Each parasang or hour was sub-' divided into 00 minutes. A parasang is about a German mile, and Babylonian astronomers compared the progress made by the sun during one hour at the time of the equinox to the progress made by a good walker during the same time, both necom plishing one parasang. The whole course of the sun during the 24 equinoetial homa was fixed at 24 parasangs, or 720 atadia, or, 3G0Odegs. This system was handed on to the G:eeks, and ...
AN IRISH FOOTMAN'S BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Al IBISH FOOrMA's BLUNDE1B. Mrm. alowoll was a very pretty and amiable widow, but she had soaurw. She had arrived at that critical period when ago shows its maksr upon the face, and espeei ally in the frost iitsprinkles upon the hair. She resolved to dye the latter, and for that pmpose unde arr..ngemeots with a certain hanirdresser, who, at her request, was to meet her at ten o'clock at night, to avoid observa. tion, and, in the privacy of her own boudoir, restore her hair to a jet-black hue. She had agreed to attend a party that night, and of course was anxious to have the hair-dyer prompt. At ten o'clock she was awaiting him, eager ior his appearaonce. The bell rang, buht the hairdresser did not present himself before her. She sent down her maid to make in quiries of Matthew Rtiley, the Irish foctman, who also officia.ted as sttendant of the door. " Who was it rang ." questioned Carlton, the maid. "A blaclkguard," replied Matthew Riley. " Who 2" said Carlton. "An mpadent blackguar...
Cricket. CURZON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Oricket CURZON CRTCTT CLUB. The third anuuail meetihg of t.e Curzon Cricket Club was held on Tuesday even ing, the 18th Ssptembar, it O'Connor's Souter Johnnie Hotel. Mfr. A. Letty o; eupied the chair, and the annual report and balance sheet eas read and adopted. The batting and bowling trophies were won by Mesors. P. Ryan and A. M'Dougail respectively. It w-s decided to purchase matting and compete for the Metropolitan Third Rate Matting Trophy. The follow ing office bearers were elected ;-Patrons, The Hen. N. Levi, LM.L.C.; Cr. J. Marke (who denotes a prize for best bowling average); President, G. M. Prendergast, Af.L.A.; Vice-President, Cr. W. I. Fuller, J.P.; C. S, Elliot, Esq.; The Hon. G. D. Carter, M.L.?.; Cr. J. L)ynon, Esq.; and Cr. J. Gardiner, et-mayor of North Melbourne.. General Commtittee: Mess?s O. Davidson, Dave Reid, P. Ryan, A. Letty, and 0. Elliot. Match Committee : Miessr-s. Reid, Letty and P. tRyan. Secre tary, George Davidson; 'rreasurer, J. Ryan; Delegato, W. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
SACRIFICE OF WINTER STOCK, -- --- ' s?-?' i-' * IE GREATEST -AND CHEAPEST' SALE OF- TLE sEasON SOw ASSO.UNCED. ON SATllUHDYB-JUN:E 3 PITIGErfALi : ;BRQTh-KRg HAVE COMMENCED A GIGA-,TIC REALISATIOX SA-LE OF Winter Drapery, Clothihg, Carpets, &c., - a THEIR FAMOUS CSHK DRAPERT - WAREHOUSES, ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURNE, BRIDGE STREET, BALL4RAT. The Ezrgains are UnparllwEie . The Prices ~te Loest in Victoian In order to reduce our izmense Stocks, amounting to upwards of 1~-£4Eo00. and being determined not to carry over Goods from orp seMa to anather, we have carefiul@ gone through the different departments and REDUCED EVERY LUNE to pric s that must create Intense excltemnt amongst people who study economy,. and pay radyj money. He Gools are all Iei ?rsb ui (. bIOR Lines! XIo anrtEptathis in the imited space of a month, 15,000 worth of Seasonable Goods must be turned into hard Cash. To effct this apparently dii?icu:t task, ordinary sale prics are qute ig nored, and every article...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
TuE.snuaCAL displays are all very weii in their place. A. good performance of a:leadhig dramatist's: .~ecei -or a first-class opera is acceptable to most people, and no doubt do much more good than harm... When, however,the misfortunes of men and women are made the medium of self-a-dvrtising by means of concerted arrangements, itistirme.the hand of public opinion was raised to crush out such contemp tible proceedure. Just now, in Miel bourne, some t!housanda of honest men and women are in a state of dire want, and the.spectncleis one well calculated to arouse all the pity and charity in human hearts-.. Children on the thres hold of life may be seen with sunken cheeks, and clothed in a few rags. At every corner of the side-streets men and women with want written on their faces meet the stroller in all di rections, and, in short, the sincere philanthropist whowalks the streets of the metropolis to-day, will see much to make his heart heavy. Under these circumstances the plain duty of ...
Football. ALBION UNITED v. NAPIER IMPERIAL. FINAL ROUND. JUNIOR PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Footbal l. ALEION UNITED v. NAPIER IMPERIAL. FINAL RiYUND. JUNIOR PREMIERSHIP. - These two clubs met for the first time this saeasn, on the Footseray Cricket ground to play off their final round of matches in the presence of a fair number of spectators, and the game resulted in an easy win for the Albions, the scores being--Albion United 9 goals 9 behinds, Napier Imperial 1 goals 4 behinds. The successful goal kickers for the victors were Fox (4), Jones (4), Armstrong, Stranger, and Woodbridge. For the winners the whole team played well, Mr. Crmpp, as s??Id umpire, giving general satisfsction. Next Saturday (to-morrow) the Albions play the Austral on the Foovcray GCricket Ground, ald A good game is looked forward to.
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
News and Nofes. AD? IABLE ELECTION RRAnB GE MEETs.--Dr. Lloyd, J.P., and Mr. S. Arnold, Deputy Returning Officer, wero the recipients of numerous congratula tions on the celerity with which the poll for North Melbburne was an nounced. The excellent arrangements which the genial Returning Officer sur rdunded himself with enabled the result to be announced fully an hour earlier than on the previous election. Praise also may be accorded to time poll clerks, and crutineers for their attention rnd activity in tttalltng the election. UNDER HALLUCITNATOS.-DrS. N M. iO'Donnell and Whitaker attended at the lcal watch house yeste;dtry and examined h demented woman namedl Mary Derlinh The unfortunate woman was subseqonutly brought before Messrs. Bririe, and TWyllie, J'sP.; and com mittel to the Yarra Bend Asylum. . ScuoIal Missio. CoSccP.T.-Thcr3 was a large ate rndance at the Rotnnda Hal?, Boorke.street, last Friday night;, when a first-class concert was given- in aid of the hni revment of fr...
ALEXANDRA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
ALEXANDRA THEATRE. Mr. Inigo Tyrrell opened at the Alex andra on Saturday last to a fairly good audience in "The Life we Live" The piece is very well mounted and the com pany, which includes some very good artists, aquitted themselves in a very creditable manner. Mr. Tyrrell deserves a word of praise for his pluclk in re opening this unlucky theatre, and my wish is that his season be a successful one.
They Say [Items under this heading will be welcomed.] [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
They Say (Items under thin herling wil be welcomeld.I That the Caron Cricket held its meeting on thel-8th inst. Tlrat thle Howard strret Church uf "ng-: land Young Men's Literary and Aihletic Societ, held a arery rsucceesful concert and gymnastic dCplay in the Town Hall last T'nevday night. That Cr. Fuller does not make much noise al th1 Concil table. Still waters, etc. Tha: the Council is out of friends with its one time nsurveyor. That Mr. ITseming's "Home Lesson Pae: * phlete," aroin great derranad.. That some people would rather read New. market (cr any other) advertisoments than good stories or solid reading matter. - T. at the Ileorieto ofi the ' GazmsT " 1ha then thi, hint, and vail] do so fuither. That Serjeant Hehir is dow n sion all convicted's who " ant timeo " to pay. Th ?r a rocial was given la.t Tnesday evening tn Mr. Alh. Daugeafieled, te late organie of tlahe Wet Melbourne B ptist Chuc oh. That he waas the recipient ot a book of music on that oen-iso.. Taar the compa...
THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
THE ALHAMBRA. There was a very good programme presented at the above theatre on Satur day last, which was greatly appreciated by the large audience. Mr. Will Whit burn fairly brought down the house with his song "She Dunno W?hee She Are." Will is still a great favourite with the "gods" and never seems to grow stale. Mr. Teddy Forde was a su:cess, whilst Leslie Norman was heard to advantage in her songs. The other members of the company were up the usual standard, and the performance ended with the very laughable skit "Silly Jack SheppardY
Australian Natives' Association. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Australiari Natives' As.-; Ssociation. - -' (Conlritaed).. The usual fortnightly meeting of the North Melbourne branch was held in the Mrechanics' Ha1, on Friday last, Mr. C. Rice (presideni) in the chair. The minutes of the previous ineeting were red- add confirmed, and Mr. G..h l Preundrgast was nominated as an honor ary melmber,.by Mr. Jas. Hooper. Ac- counts amounting to £8 os. 3d. were pisedt'fdr payment. In accordance witht notice, Mr. W. Sholer moved.that a su ofl33-, be paid out of Incidental Funn Sto the assstallt secrelary, Mr. H. Croshie, I in considelation of past services, which was carried after a little discussio:t. Im reporting-on sick members Mr. Hooper regrelted to iufurn members of the deathi of. Martin Culltane, who expired thabt evening at the re-idence of.his parentt. Blacivood-st. It was resolved, on the motions of Messrs. Crosbie and Mnmros that a letter of ctondulence be forwarded? to deceased's relatives.- The deltgatear to the Metropolitan committee, repor...
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
POSTAL NEWS RATF- WrITHIN VICTORIA. a. d. Lsarrzan.-Per ou~e )or under 0 7j,'; URGERN LET.Ei -.-Per letter 0 ' (inadditiontoordinarv I ostage) - (Urgent letters nre..: •.iral at the Post Office !i -,wn to which they are .: Irs:ated as telegrams, a , ith the utnmost des" - wi not be delivered i I e to ger, nor if addressed to a p ace having r?e-delivery y lettei:- ar. :i-: rier or telegraph messenger.) - PosT C~ASs .. . 1 REPLY POST CARDS 0- 2 LETTEP. CARDS 0. .. NEWSPAPERS ... .. O0 BooEs.-For every four ounoes-. or under (up co three lbs) 0 1 REGISTRATION fEf . .. o PARCELS.-Two pounds or under 0 9 (each extra Found or part, Sd.) BUnLK parcels of newspapers, posted by a registered news paper publisher or news en- . dor, per lb or fraction thereof O 1 (Not less than 4 papers in each .. parcel.) PACKETS. .C?yiMERCIAL PAPERS.--For every two ouncesorunder(up to3ibs) O 1 (Such-as accepfatces, involces, accounts*, afidarits, examination papers (corrections only allowed), . manuscript of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
ZffDEPEwDExT ORDER. OF RECHABITES.: VICTORIA TENT, No. .g, meets -LtERI AT- E O-DAY- EVENINGS, at --Si o'dock? in the Friendly Societies' -l,. CqeensbeDry-street, North Sei -bimnie.c No INITIAIzoN FEES. CLEMsENT DAVInsoN, Sec., ~Pais," Dryburgh-street, N. 1lelb. BE ON THE SAFE SlDE. If ycr ~--',-tfraw s111~-- afe old -2ns be on ul .de of Cure. Among many thyosande of a people ho aire on the cafe side is Mr. W. Barten, mining manager of Skipton Flat. Balirat, (Vie.), who says :~" War aer's Safe Cure and Safce Pill: effectually cured me of indigestion and a bad weak eess of the kidneys. While taking the Saf- Care I noticed a total abie:,ce of ahirs, and I believe that it would core those addicted to an inordinate use of timulant."y Aniothei man who is on the 'ale sideies Mr. Ciaa. A. Peters, miner of Tayloviile, Brancerton, (N Z), who writsa an September 18mb, 1893:--I was afflicted with Brights disease of the kidneys, and, after takimo 35 boltles of Safe Caure wa rnred. I am perfectl...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOI;EIGN S.....:' COUNTRIES.,' m. d. L--rr?ns.--Each ½ ounce orsder 0 2 SPosyCAR.,l " . ?'?'? 0: i j REPLY Pos Ca Ds "e ...: i 8 3 NEWsPAPE.S ... . ".. - 1 CoMrERcIALr. PAPERS.--4 OUlCOS. or under... 2&) Over 4 ouinces, but not over 6 ounces ... ...... 0 8 E;veryc ?iditional two "ounces or under (up to 41bs) ... 0I 1 PRINTED PFPZERS(otl'er :han news papers).--Per every two omnces or under (up to 4lbs ... 0 1 PATrEr?si:md samples.Per every two ounces or under (up to r. lb) . ,., ... ... 1 . REGIsTIAT.ON FEE .. 0 8 Acknowle~ gement of delivery of a registered artic!e ... 0 2j PARCELS Pos, wholly by sea:- Each parcelof 21bs or under 1 0 Each additional Ib or under(up to 11lbs'.... .. ... 09- - LATE LriERns must.biar full postage rand late fee stamp .of 2d.: extra, anad m-y be posted at any time not exceed ing a quar:er of an hour :after mail closes; at Melbourne General Pose Office, any country Post Ofice, Rai? way travelling Post Ofice; handed t...