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Equally Disappointed. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
S Equally IDsappointed. Angry Customer-Here, boy. You're a eheat. Yoou said, "A! about the big rail road disaster." There isnt a word in this paper about a railroad disaster. Indignant Newsboy-If you're one o' these fellers that kicks 'cause they c!arl't have a horrible accident aun 50 people killdl every day fur breakfast, I don't rwanr.t to have no dealin's evith ye. Gimmy the paper back. Here's yer 2 ctnts. -eornin p-a-pers! All 'bout the horrible railroad disaster! Chicago Tribune.
A Victim of Misfortune. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
A Victim of MIsfortune.. "I asseure you, madam, this is the Hrat time I ever begged, he ?aid, as he stood at the back door and :Lstij for victuas on. clothes or cash-cash preferred, as his. wife was laid up and there was money needed for medical attendance. "Seen better days, bare you?'" askedthe isympathetic Mrs. Harkins, who was filling, a basket for him. "Yes, ma'am." - - "How did you say your wife got hurt." "She broke her leg, madam. You lhave to idea how fond I was of her." "I like to see a husband fond of his wife." "Then behold one, madamn A5 long as she possessed her Iealth and LtLength, madam, there was no need for me to blg. She wvent out wrbsinu-, but"?- '"Here, Nero!" yelld . 3rs. Harkins. Bus the dog wsas tao seconds late. The man whose wfiefs misfortune had conmpelledl him to beg passed through the gate and closed it behind him just as the buildog's ?prin~a landed the animal against tha·t bar rier.--Brooklyn Life.
To Keep Roses. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Ko Keep- eses. A qp1endki way to preserre roses which are tf bent a great distance is to insert rhe ends o themn in potatoes. This i e0o an a&~irable ide, for ar~ists who _sai fiwi.e, an_ are oblige& to h?av t ontof wat er hours 0t a ti-e. Eie4 Colunieei : " Are ycn snure ~onu rIE love me, and are nst mo:e.rr.ieg me on acconnt of nlv ealth ?" Lord ~Agio : "Andtl are yon eure ycu loe meand are :1o0 nlarr itg me for my title ?" Bigg?s: " oel!, old mon, yr.U ce: to: be whliooping it up a good deal to-di:'." 'lge : * YTo bet. I'm es_?brati;g :he Fourh.' Ig-gs6: " Aijt you , i L:'le he-.:' I,?g : *sope; bor : l.,t ehbt." Never wantse time 'teing people what s lot of good things you haCve done. In the 5r-t place, they won' t beieve you, and, in the second plae, they are waiting for a chaenc to tell you what sla ot of good things thez have donae themfselas.
News About Carpets. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
afaw About carpets. ot iS tiie of fear many Itnse. rar thinmtig of geottng new car pts ihey may find some u7sful hints in te following: It is only a short time since it was hard to purchase a carpJet that would stand dirt and v;-ar, but fcr tunatly the sy!e of carpe-ts has changed, and now the beterzr gbrdj of carpetse come in soft, rnch colors thnt are as ser-v iceableasthcy'-ae harandome. Ti '; cheap est as well as coolest floor covering is a matting. It can Lo.bo s?oh? v s owas.3 a roll--O yards in - rol--but such mat ting scarcely pays for r-irina down, un less it is to be covered with rugs and is used merely as a background. A very substantiali matting, with cotton chain, can be had from $1'O0 up. Probably no carpet that is intended to stand hard wear is more satisfacto-ry than body hrass?ls. Those of thin season come iun soft, rich colors and oriental rng patt?rns that are very effective. A good body brnssars can be had for $1.25a yard. The ery best are but 10 cents a yardnmo-...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
N-otes The poison tyrotoxicon is believed to b~e generated in cream tha has not been sfleient!y aerated. We have known good customers to be lost to milunen on asccont of the animal odor in the milk they sold. To aerate pro. erly tafe the milk in the open air, dip it up by the dipper full, holdit nup highi and pour it either through a strainer ,r into a vessel other than that from which vou took it. Thepoint is to lest the air nil through it The best- b?tter color in ,winter is car rotL fed to the cows.'_ Use the mIlk tests on the farm and in the creamery. Some very goGJ and tsple .ates 2havre been iavented. The farmer will tha fi out whether he is feeding rIrorfi-taole co-re and the clreamery man will find cut whether he is paying unprofitable farmers. Here is a touch from FiPid anrd Farm: A historian writes that n:ter was un- - known to the ancIents. rI. hiis true it is eouafly trrue -h:t anci'n. buter ib not unaowvn fo the meod_'n."a The h-onest w-'r forr cream3'r-'es io pay fmilk...
A Preposterous Objection. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
A-PreIpusteroas Objectlon. In a certain district in Derbyshire i &Iethodist lady is a candidate for the board of~ guardians. TVe are greatly sur prised to learn that some objecion las been ciered to her cendidnature on the ground that, while personally ominentlj suitable for the position, there is no need to have a lady onthe board of guardians. that argunment fairly tahes our breth away. S?rely those w-ho use it havefor gotten that thegreat majority of paupers are women and children. Does anyboivdy seriously argue at this time of day thats pack of men are the must suitable per sons to make a-rangements for women sad children? As a matter of fact, we could, if nece~ Esary, metione most ridiculous incidents thathave oc nrnred when unhappy boards of guardians have had to de-al with femi nine and infantile questions. !o,. no! Let us adnmit the superiority of man in his own sphere, but when it comes to. feeding, clothing and otherwise minis tering to women and children man is de...
An American Girl In Stattgart. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
dAn Amer~ican Girl In Stett'art. Although she is bs known to 'the general purblic in Aericsca aa3writer, Blanche Will? HowarJ has for soinh time devoted her aitention mainly to her duties as chlperon for eAm .scan gir-sin Stuttgart, her present home. She waa married there sever-al years ago to Dr. von TenfeL a prominent phy-sician. ilis Fannie Lock, now Mrs. John Kenneth Mackenzie, danught~r of Rev. Dr. Clin ton D. Locke of Chic-go, studied Ger man and spent some time in Europe is der the chaperonage of Mn. v-on TenfeL Miss Margaret Ayeris now in Stuitgart?, and Miss Earriet Ayer, who af?rwvard became the wife of a wealthy Brooklyn man, perfectedher education there. Miss Bessie Bull, daughter of Stephen Bull, the presiden-t and principal owner of the J. L Case Threshing Machine compasy in Racine, is just home after spendiig "Iyears there. - Mrs. von Teunfel is also editor of an English magncine published in Stnit gart. One of her best ow nfnnovels, "One Summer," published in Boston ...
The Up to Date Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Te Up to Date Kiss It is no longer the customto o riss upon the mounth. The proper method is to l your left eetks together, younn women. nou may succeed in Idssing each other's neeks, CTr yo may _nexpectedly make th noise oi thee n ohen sir, having failed of the mar"i entirely, but in either case you will have illed the requireiment of fasheio at the present time, and 0you may thfer-fore rest happy.- -P:charge.
Glass Cups For Tea. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 28 September 1894
Glass Cups For Tea. The o1d adage that hi?etry repeats it self is again illustrated in the latest fad of baving glass cups on the tables of those who derire to be in the fashion. We understand that the proper thin' now at the'tea table is to have the cups made of glass of different bright colors, with stain white saucers. Thi certainly does brighten nup the table and adds igeatly O its attr-ztiveness..--ouse Fur R~hng2eview.
CURE OF INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 5 October 1894
CURE OF INEBRIATES. From the "QuarterW? Journal of In ebriety," pablished at Hartford, Conn., under the auspices of the American Association for the Study and Cure of Inebriates, we make the following extracts from a ecent fecture by Dr Elliott, at Toronto. Four conditions must be observed. The first condition of cure and reformation is abstinence. The patient is being poisoned, and the poisoning mtst be stopped. Were it an arsenic instead of an alcohol, no one would dispute this. ;io long as the drinking of intoxicants is in dulged in, so long will the bodily, mental, and moral mischief be intensified and made permanent. Abstinence must be absolute, and on no plea of fashion, of physic, or of religion, ought the smallest quantity of an intoxicant be put to the lips of the alcoholic slave. Alcohol is a material chemical narcotic poison, and a mere sip has, even in the most solemn circumstances, been known to relight in the fiercest intunsity the drink crave c?-hc ri A laig period of...
MEDICAL SCARLATINA AND MILK [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 5 October 1894
SCALATrINA AND. MILfA At the las: ordinary m fng of the Glasgow Philosoohbcal ,eko'y,"Dr Nell Carmichael communicated the r?sults of experiments carried on by him In con nection with "ac outbreak of sc rlet fever at Garnethill, Glasgow, last year. , ThI! epidemic was clearly traced by Dr Ru?*ctl to the mill: of a certain farm, wh'er were found two cows with ulcers and scabs on their teats, Similar to these described in connection with the Hendon outbreak. Both cows were desquamating freely. A calf fed on the mill: of one was seized with a febrile disease, which nearly proved fatal, and which was followed by desqtua maion of the epidermis and of the hait. From a sample of the milk Dr Carmichael obtained a creamy-looking mass, which consisted of micrococci, each the 4o,0o0th of an inch in diameter, and similar organ isms were found in the blood of the calf. With these organisms he made a slight, but ra yet quite i.eticient, attempt at in oculation. One calf inoculated had a slight feb...