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LEEMING AND McMASTER'S TROPHIES. ST. MARY'S V. FELIX UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
LEE XING~ AND- M~cMA~STER'S TROPHIES ; ST. MARY'S v. FEtAI IuNIED. This match, for the above? trophyre suited in St. Mary's winning by an itnings and 134 runs, the scoresbe'ang St Mary'.k... - .. :.- ... -.,247 Felix United (rst innings) ,-r ('-d innings) .. .. ... aoz Total, -.. 3 The following batted best for the St. Mary's : Suonders (not oat) .. . . 48 Dixon .. .. * . 44 ?A. Harrxspn ...?: .'?'= . 27";': T Yorng .. . . . . .. 16 For the Felix Coc:krane (3i). Biurns (28), and Hobsoni (26), batted well Saunders (5 for to), Launder (5 for 7), and Boyd (' for x), bowled best for the Saints.. - :-::.':" b ?, .,:. .;
Cricket. [Secretaries wishing to have their reports inserted should send them into the office not later than Tuesday in each week.] NORTH MELB. V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Cricket'. [Secretaries wishi:.g to have their reports cinverted should send them into the office not later thau Tuesday m each week.] NOIRTH MELB.. V. HMELBOURNE. This match was continued last Saturday on the ground of the letter and resulted in a day-out ior the North, the Melbourne boys leading them a merry dance. At the call of time, the metropolitans had eight wickets down foa 309 runs, C. M'Cleod and Donahoo being the not-out rame and fairly set at that5 having 43 and 2i respeo tively to their credit. The bowling honours. to far are divided between Maplestone, E. Bean and Eslick; the first named capturing three wickets and the two latter, two wickets each. The North have . hard up-bil fight before them, havmg scored only 151 runs in ther tirst innings. Still, the old saving that "a battle's never lost till it's won," is as true as ever it was.. So North has no need to give up hops yet. The game now stands FIRST INllINGS. North Melbourne ... 15. 15; Melbourne 8 wickets : for 309...
LAW GALORE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
LAw.GALO.E. - The Hotham Boot Company has been very much in evidence lately at the local poliee court. A cuple of" veeks Iack the propietors, :eLsrs. Dunn and Franklin, was summoried by an ex-employee for the. rturn of some tools detained on the premises for a debt and the bench decided toe case in. Mr. Dunn's favor. Thee at Monday saw the represeritativis of the firm mixed tup with a- boy's ear boxing episode. The latest afitic of law in which this firm hsad a hand was last Monday, when a unionist on strike attacked an.employee of Messrs Dunn and Franlcin in an earnest but misguided effort .to convertt him to untonism.- -
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
THEATRE ROYAL. The "-Mysteiies 6fMelhournea"is a blood-curdler of the most ironoaced type. Taylor is a highly capable come dian playing detective, masher, and jew with dramatic strength.. The play makes no pretension to poetic worth, its value lying in the startliug and unexpected in cidents scoven together with some in genuity.
Nature's Mirror. THE PRINCESS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Nature's Mirror. > By " REFLECTOR. . • THE PRINCESS THEATRE. " Morocc&E Bound-" still holds the boards at this theatre. Elton and Steine are the principill fun ina~ers, the latter being droll and dry, while the former is jovial and juicy. The music is better than that of most comic operas, much of it has the refinement of Sullivan's man ner. " Tite ladies are not on a par with the gentlemen though quite capable.
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Bowling. The West Melbourne green was deserted by the pennant rinks last Saturday after noon in favour of the Melbourne ground where our local trundlers met the resi dent club in apremiership match. Tue change was disastrous to our men who only totalled up 66 against Mel bourne's mo7. . One of our correspondent's who is tsking a flying visit in the Goulbourn Vailey, forwards us the following, which may interest some of our readers : "I have been fraying in Nathalia for the last few days. This is. the boss town of the Goulburn Valley, so McLean, the auctioneer tells me. At any rate, like rest of humanity, he rates the value of a town by the amount of business he does, and as more cattle are knocked down under his hammer here than in any other city in the valley, he is inclined to blow about it. The town has a good many well-to-do inhabitants who live retired on the earnings of the sweat of their brow of former years. The legal man of note is Mr. Gillard, and, like the traditional pai...
The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
The Turf. Oneof the moat prominent items on the racing programme has been carried out in the Caulfield Cup meeting on Saturday last. Contrary to the usual custom Jupiter Pluvius condescended to hold his stock in-trade in reserve till the middle of the ensuing week, and nothing but glorious sunshine greeted the pleasure seekers as they troopel of to the course, decked out in their holiday finery, to .watch the contest for the first part of the "double" event of the season. The The fact that " Paris won the Caulfield Cup " is now stale news, but the story ,rill long be told by sporting men of his great otruggle for victory, and his half head defeat of Devon, when the race looked "all over but shouting" for Brain. Paris had made fame for him self in being the first to achiuve the honor of twice winning the Caulfield Can. To-morrow the scene will be shifted to 14r. Cox's course, when the Mooneey Vslley Cup will he competed for, to gether with six other events. Out of the list on the car...
MEN WOMEN & Things They Say [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
N V ~\ N \ ~% ~ - They Say [Items undar this heading will be welcomed. That the Australian Natives don't believe in lending a heiging hand to a ~oung insti tution. That they are very thinnal sk?nnel on cer tain occasions. That the cap will only fit those who wear it. That Bob Collie is an authority on sporting matters. That he is to be seen Saturday-nightly in Errol-st., near the "doctor'c." That nothing can pasc Dixon, of the Saints, who made five catches this match, three of them exceptionally good ones.; - That Charlie White, of the-Sainti, tried to do a swim before going in to bat on Satuor day, and got sc wed ihal he could nol score. That Captain Dotler was ihaiong. hands with himself after the match. ThatlAnderson is a great aclisition to the That the " Hill" won their first match with an innings to spare. That Pie and tadders are in great formn with the bat. That J. K. and W. P. would make good (rocking horse) )ockeys. That the players v. non-players on Saturday next. That Tr...
POSTAL NEWS RATES WITHIN VICTO [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
.. OSTAL NEWS -:o:- rATES WITMIN VIOTO LsrrBR.-Per o nce or nf UnaOEwr LFArreis.-l'er e6b -.xnaddstonto ordinaryposts (Urgent letters are,a, ar rivL the Pont Office in l:- town which they are i-, '. trate' as telegrams, and .. l-with the utmost despa?t .,y, will not bo delivered i . . ..ed t - persecs residing beyo0,.' ordin arydeliveryby telegrn?,illcason- ger, nor if addressed to a place having no delivery by letter car-" 2 RePLY POST CAEDS see LETTER OhIns ..,s ' 0 1 . NEwsPAPRSn ... " 00 Boos.LsFor every four ounnoe or under (up to threo lbs) '0 ,1 TtFGOST'SATION FEE . 0- i P.iECELS.--Two pounds or inder 0"9 (each extra pound orpart, 3d.) BUsLK parcels of ncwspapers, posted by a registered liewn vaper publisher or news vet -" dor. per lb or fraction thereof 0 1 (Not less than 4 paipere in each parcol,) COsIsERCIccA PAP'Ens.-For every two ouncesorunder(upto31bs) 0 1 (Such as acceptances, invoices, .ccounts*, affidavits, examination . papers (corrections only allowed), manuscript ...
Banquet to Mr. S. P. Reynolds. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Banquet to Mr. S. P. Reynolds. A complimentary banquet was tendered to the ex-membec for North Melbourne on Monday evening last, in the Town Hall, in recognition of his past services to the electorate. The mayor, Cr. G. Carter, occupied the chair, having on his right hand the guest of the evening and Mr. M. K. MacKenzie, and on his left Pro fessor Anderson, Rev. A. T. Wade, and Mr. N. Levi, M.L.C. Abcet 200 gentle men, comprising every public and busi ness man in North Melbourne, sat down to the sumptuous feast provided by the popular caterer, Mr. J. A. Montgomerie. Justice having been done to the good things with-which the tables were laden, Mr. W. A. Watt proposed the toast of "Parliament," in a short speech delivered in his usual concise and vigorous style. Lde said that be felt a certain amount of diffidence in dealing with so important a subject. Parliament was the reflex of public opinion. Past Parliaments had left behind them records which could always be looked up to. The la...
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 — 26 October 1894
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. To NEw SoruH WALES, NEW ZEALAND, .QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUsTRALIA, TAStANIA, WEST. AusTRALIA' ExTnI N?EW HEBRIDS AND BRITISH NBW Gunri.. TE~rrsaae.- -Per & ounce or ujider. 0 2 .Post CARns ... 0 0 1 REILYV POE CAnlS ... 0 2 -LE'TRw CARDS to N. S. Wales, S. Australia, Queensland., Tas mania, W. Australia ... 0 1 To New Zealand and Fiji 0 23 BooKs.-Per four ouncesorunder (up to three lbs)... ... 0 1 l EWSPAPERs 0.... 0O 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 Zealanid, Tasmania, and W. Australia only.-Per lb or under 0 8 "Eachladditional lb, or under '(up to 11 Ibs) ... 0.. 6 PACKETS. GMMIeCnoIAL PAPERS AND ]BIflP TED PAE'S.-IPer ever" two ounces or under (up to 4]bs) 0 1 (Items see Victoria) PATTERNS, samples, paclets of merchandise, &c. -Per very two ounces or under (up to 11b) 0 1
A WEE SUNBEAM. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
-- A WEE SUNBEAM. Even in the life of a grimy railroad engineer, whose existence is one of al mostconstant danger, there sometimes falls a spark of light,-and a ray of human sunshine illuminates his smoky cab, -penetrates his greasy blouse and- finds its way deep down izito his breast. A little incident happened dowd at the mole the other evening after- the- ariival of the overland train, which, though of a simple nature, will long be remembered by a certain C. P. engineer. The great iron monster att~ched .to the train was throbbing and puffing after the long and sinuous trip over-mountain-sides and rocky defiles, trembling trestles and marshy stretches. The din-inithe depot was deafening, but out of the chaos of sounds a swect, girlish voice was heard welcoming home her parents, who had arrived on the train. She was a little, goldeni-haired beauty, scarceiy six years of age, with a quick, intelligent eye and a loving nature, to whicrl she gave full vent in the radiant and impulsive...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
Z NDEPzNDENIT ORDER OF REOHABITES. VICTORIA TENT, No. 9, meets .AXhTERNrAXE MONDAY EVENINGS, at 8 o'dock, in the Friendly Societies' 2 Hall, Qeeosmberry-street, North Mel ' bourne. No INITITIOON FEEs. CLEtcaE:N' DAVIDSON, Sec., Paris, Dryburgh-street, N. Meib. BE ON THE SAFE SI E. - If yoe ---" the rofe sid -'cn rest bo on t.o ado of Warner', Safe Cs r e. Among many thousands of pe!e *lho are on the?safe side is Mr. W. Barten, mining manager of Skipton . Flst, Ballarat, (Vin). who says:-" War ser'e Safe Cure and Safe Pills effectually Sered me of indigoetion and a hbd weak rest of the kidaeyc. While taking the Safe Curg I noticed a tttal abonace of th?rt, and I believe that it would care thos- addicted to an inordinate use of etimnlntsY" Another mar who is on the safe ide is hr. OC-i. A. Peters, inler of 'sylosviile, Bronnerton, (N.Z), who writes on September 18th, 1893 :-I was afflicted with Bright's disease of the kidneys, and, after taking "35 bottles of Safe ?ure was eared. I am...
A BALD HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
A BALD HEAD. Mrs. Fenwick-Mliller, a journalist and lecturer, was lately asked by a correspon. dent. whether £he really thought that women could, if they liked, do all that.. men can do. She replied as-.follows: "Speaking for myself, there is at least one thing that many men have done and now do, which I know I should never have the courage to do. I have. studied, medicine, contested elections, writter political leaders-all like a man; but though I have neveryet in my life worn on myhead a tress of hair which had not. grown there,. ! am sure I inever never should have the cou?age.?p go sbout with a bald head.!' "Two years ago," said th" editor, "before we struck .the nenspaner husi, ness, all our wealih consisted .of a dollar bill." " And now ?"_-" We arer trying to remember how that five-dollar bill looked."' Wesley and Whitefield led the yan in a revival of religion, of which in the present day we are reaping.the harvest. Because sentence against an evil worxi is not executed spee...
A MEMORABLE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
A NY.EMORABLE TRIAL. In April 1687 Jar.es II. published- solely on his own auhority, and there fore illega ly-a Declar.tion of Indul gence, permitting all to worship iii their own way. Thoutgh. undoubtedly nmade for Romanists, it gav- liberty of con cience also to Nonconformists or Dis senters. The second, and-n ore impor .tant Declaration w.as now proclaimed; anda.week later i; was followed by an Order in Council, coinmanding all ministers tol read . from their pulpits on two successive Su'days. This order the Londo:n cleigy disobeyed, and the Primate Sancroft, with six Bishops, drew up a Ipetition against the Declara tion." Jamis was furious. The seven Bishops were committed to the Tower, where they lay for a week before they were set free on bail. Durring these ex citing events, the news spread that a son was born to James. But few be lieved that the child was of royal blood The general opinion was, that by the connivance of Romanists, a child had been smuggled in o the palace, a...
ORDERS OF THE DAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Melbourne Gazette — 26 October 1894
ORDERS OF THE DAY. FI-ANCE COSflMITTEE. Cr. Steel moved- 1st-That £4408 12s. 4d. be passed for payment on account of Town Fund. 2nd-That £656 15s. 2d. on joan ac count, No. 8, 1891. 3rd-That donations amounting to £190 13s. be paid cut of the Town SFund to the various charities, pursuant to the powers conferred on the Council by section 513 uf the Local Govern ment Act, 1894. All carried. PUELIC WOaKS COMMITTEE. Cr. Petrie mo-ei 1s--That a stone flag 3fc. x 5ft. be olaced over ths channel in front of side door of Central Club Hot= , Yictoria street, estimated cost, £3 10s. Carried. 2nd-That a zube crossing be cons tructed from south-west corner of 3el rose-street to the tram line, Fleming ton-road, estimated cost, material and labor, £7 lOs. Carried. 3rd-That the footpaths in Barwise street, west or Boundary-road, to the badge over 'Toonee Ponds Creek, be laid with tar pavement, half cost to be charged to owners. Carr.ied. 4th---That specificlations be prepared and tenders invited f...