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THE HOME AND FIRESIDE. OUR HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

TIE HOME AND FIEESIDE. OUR HOUSEHOLD OOLUMN. JAR Purrs.--Roll the paste out to the thickness of an eighth of an inch; cut it nto squares of about three inches. Spread some jam on one half, wet the edges, and old over so as to form three-cornered puffs; brush over lightly with egg and water; sprinkle with sifted white sugar. Arrange the puffs on a slightly-buttered baking-tin, and bake in a hot oven. CHEESB CAES.--These should be made exactly as directed for tartlets, but instead of jam fill them with the following mix ture :-Beat four ounces of fresh butter to a cream with four ounces of wbmte sugar and the grated rind of three lemons. Put the mixture 7u'to a saucepan with the strained juice of a lemon and three yolks of eggs, and stir till they begin to curdle. BABED CusTARD IN PASTE.--Take a pint of hot milk, three eggs, two table-spooni fuls of caster sugar, a little pastry, utd any preferred flavouring essence. Lin, a pie-dish with pastry; beat the eggs i to, milk with the sugar...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

Business. . SUPPrORT LOCAL TRADESMEN WHEN YOU CAN... 1 STYNWRT Published every Saturday. It is the leading advertising Medium of J. SURROUNDING DISTRICT. LARGELY CIRCULATED IN THE ELECTORATE. 61,x,; - - -" The Proprietors : OLICIT the patronage of the IRCULATES, and beg to in timate that all orders for "- RINTING entrusted to us are executed in good style, at moderate rates, and with despatch. CANCY and Plain Printing in I F all Colors of Paper and Ink. ? I?CTION Bills & Posters in • . I all golors of the Rainbow. S? RTISTIC Work in Gold, . roularmtarnt ohelrp, yudtcs rs ibet, .h ysupportig iorms1 f dh ? eo a orisg, f oo is greater.. "NEWS" OFFICE, Brook Bireet, SUNBURY. Price 3d; -- Read the " News " -- Price 3d., . . . . . . . . . . S Auction INotises. Sgate, AUCTIONEER Cattle Salesmen. LAN D3 ESTATE, AND INSURANB CE AGENTS. Loans Negotiated. JENNINGS & Agate Hold sales of STOCK, FUsRNIunRR, DRAPERY, GROCERIES., &c., the first Saturday in .every month at th...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE OLD CROSSCUT SAW. CHAPTER IIII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

THE OLD CROSSCUT SAW, --@---- Ifu ISAlAC nATEY e OHAPTIIR IItt.: *. .. If it came to the question of "sudden conflic?:he had the courage of a" lion, but for all that it to, very little tot damp his ardor. Had Beale, Pea:oh, or M~a Lotiughlan, unasked, advisedithie use of axes then Fliatoff- 'wBuld have re sented their sriugestions ias'affronit, ;He was ratherc pragmatical, because, f with him that was not the best unlessi he thought so h),itmelf, independ?n't of those whom he did not cansider he gentlemen. To coin an expres? f. he was collapsable to a degree, yet ."?tall a most estiabhle man, take hirm 1fow. v',u would. M1r father, on this ocpasion, must have been as plastic :as putty in his partner's iha.nds or. else he iwould not have caved in so eas;]v. Unfortun. ,tely for Marttin Batey, he wais veiy apt to yield to outside pressure' if it was brought to bear skilfully. He ws sne of those men. strong when he shouitlbo weak aid weak when hle ought-to have been stron, g in his own ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS, OR Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XIII. THE NORWOODS GO ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

QUEEN OF HEARTS, OR Love's Dev ,n. BY MRS G. SHELDON; CHAPTER XIII. TIKE NORWOODS GO ABROAD. That same evening, while Clifron eas e*gaged in writing to Shirley of his i~ tention of going abroad, and telling her o' the flattering offer which ]ir Norwood hads wade him, that gentleman took the oppor tunity to pay his friend Vining a visit, to: inform him of the success of their schemes. The two men were closeted in Mr Tining'a; library for a long time, while the wealthy banker expressed himself as greatly de jighted to have his son leave the country. " You have accomplished this so much snore easily than I anticipated, that I am very much gratified," he remarked, with anfeigned satisfaction; " and I give you Z4- "? U.N. to keep CLif abroad as long as anything to keep him away from this country until he gets well over that miser able infatuation." " You may rest assured, Vining, that 1 shall do my best, for [ am only too anxious to see my own hopes fulfiled," Mr Norwood gravely responde...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

FOOTB A LL. A - m'eeting of the Sunbury Junior Fobtball Club was held on Tuesday evening. There were present :--Mr James Gilchrist (in the chair). and Messrs D. Asker. J. Anderson, H. Clay ton, A. Clayton, W. Eadie, G. Elliott, members of the committee, and A. F. Boardman, hon secretary and treasurer. It was agreed upon to entertain the St Georges' Football Club, from Malvern, to a dinner after their match with the "Juniors to-day. The following players who are to reprcsents the Juniors are re quested to procure their tickets from the secretary before the match:--Ander son (2), A. F. Boardman, A. Clayton, F. Clayton, H. Clayton, E. Clayton, VW Eadie, G: Elliott, J. Ford, J. Foster, R. Grant, A. Hammerly, W. Jefferies, J. Murphy, Mounsey (2), J. Naughton, Rigg. Robs. Emergencies :-Fanning, M. Heffernan, F. McKeon, McDonough, IM. Sweeney, and Whelan (2). The above team is to be at the Sunbury Foot ball ground not later than 2.30 p.m. Hall's

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BULLA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

S BU LLb-A. [FROM OUR OSNC ORR-a"eo ?nT'J Thursday. ,Things have been very quite here lately, but we are expecting to have it a bit livelier for the next couple of weeks with the elections. -Two nomimntions have been sent in for the East Riling, Mr McAuliffe and Mr Dolan, and there is every'prospect of-.a- very close -contest, as both candidates are well known in the district. Two accidents of a rather serious nature happened last week, The first occurred to M3r C. Honan, under some what pecutliar circumstances. He had started to -go.up country, shearing and had got aslfar.s Lancefield when the horse he `was' eadlin suddenly took fright and in its stirug.gls to get awl caused the horse he was riding to fall with the result that his collarbone got fractured besides other injuries which will necessitate him laying up for - a couple of months. Rather hard luck especially -shearing time. The other happened to Miss Fanning, of Wild wood. She was driving to town when some of the harness b...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

WIT "ND IHU!OUR. THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN. All the world's a wardrobe, And all the girls and women merely wearers, They have their fashions and their fantasies, . And one she in her time wears many gar- ~-, ments Throughout her Seven Stages. First, the Baby, Befrilled and broidered, in her nurse's arms. And then the trim-hosed schoolgirl, with her flounces And small-boy-scorning face, tripping skirt. waggingly, Coquettishly to school. And then the dirt, Ogling like Circe, with a business ceillade Kept on her low-cut comret. Then a bride, Full of strange finery, vestured like an angel, Veiled vaporously, yet vigilant at glance, Seeking the Woman's heaven, Admiration, Even at the altar steps. And then the matron, In fair, rich velvet, with suave satin lined, With eyes severe and skirts of youthful cut, Full of dress saws and modish instances, To teach her girls their part. The sixth age shifts Into the grey, yet gorgeous grandmamma, With gold pince-nez on nose and fan at side, Her yout...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. A TRIP TO THE NEW WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

SUJJi URY HOSPITAL• FOR INSANE. A TRIP TO :THE NEW WARDS On Tuesday morning, our representa- f tive having received a cordial invitation from MIr Benedict, clerk, to inspect the new wards of the Sunbury Lunatic Asylum, t now in course of erection on the brow of the hill fronting the "old" institution, took the opportunity afforded imme- £ diately and' journeyed thither. Of course many of our readers will know that the buildings are on the eve of comple ti ,n and will remain, everlastingly, an ornament of the highest order to the pretty -little village, of Sunbury, with its fair, smiling, cultivated fields surroundtiug. But before proceeding further let us contemplate insanityji-.for these elaborate buildings, .at enormous expense to, the country, were erected for the sole purpose of treating and attending to su[ferers from it-in every particular. By the law of England, as well as;of all other countries ,: the. presumption. is. in favour of a mau's sanity, even though he be born deaf...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

-ISBUFO NEt MSHIFE C;OUrIN'GIL M-IOzNDAY, Ao0osT '7, 1893. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Gisborne Shire council- ivas held at the Shire Hall on Monday afternoopi. There were present : Ors-Brady (President) in the: chair), ,rLansdowne, Gardiner. Woodvorth, W. J. .Farrell, Watt, Callnaan, Christian, W. Farrell, 0 hert7, Slattery, and Mr- Johnston, -secretary and treasurer',. "...............~. ... M IN, Es "" ... . . The minutes of the previouts meeting. were read and-confirmed. CORIRESPONDENC,. From the secretary of the Working mens'-:Hall, UppepierMacetIo, --stiting that thpipipes promiiied hy the"coiuncil to - belaid, had not been put in, and requested that the work be. do-ne at. once-Cr Christian moaved, and Cr . Callanan sec ondedrithat thd pips be "laid-'at once Carried, From G. Pretty, asking.why the rate was fixed 'inn his. l1aid without him knowing anything about it ; and also acknowledging the 5/- allowance --Re ceived. Frm Avon 13iire Council, asking council not to su...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GRASS LAND VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

GRASS :LAND VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBORY NEWS.) Sir,-My last commiunication to you appears to have roused the ire of ' Another Ratepayer." In his very. lengthy letter he comments critically upon the literary quality of my intro-. ductory, and asserts that it was com pounded of phrases he h'as seen used by hundreds of newspaper correspondents. My literary critic (?) does not credit me with the authorship of my phrases in: return, I do not credit him with the ability or experience to . justify the criticism-this by the way. Regarding the land tax, it is, I think, evident from " A. R.'s" recent effusion that solici tude, for a proper appreciation of an importont public question, is, in his mind, altogether - subordinate to the indictive design to malign Or. Evans, as witness the pertinacity with which he repeats the calumny, and in an under hand and roundabout fashion gives color to the idea that Cr. Evans intends to get a reduction (in his own interest) sooner or later. Wh...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WOMANLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

She was very stout, and as she squeezed past people's knees, they evidently having no intention of standing up and giving her more thoroughfare, she felt fat. She hoped she wasn't making all these people un comfortrable. " The next time 1 come to the theatre, I am coming early so as to get my seart com fortably," she said to herself. As she pushed along there was an amused expression on all the young people's faces around. One young man-he had a real fluffy, yellow bang-remarked in a tone meant to be witty that " the elephants are abroad." The fat woman stopped and looked around eagerly. "I wonder if they have live elephants on the stage ?" she queried. She found her number, and was just about to draw a sigh of relief when her right hand neighbor said aloud, " Some people ought to have two seats when they come to the theatre." A burning flush of i ortification rushed into the fat woman's face; she turned to the little woman and said,- " I fear I kinder crushed you, my dear, but I di...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FOR REMOVING STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

FOR IREMOVING STAINS. To remove fruit stP'ns from linen stretch the ste:ned portion over a cup or bowl and pour boiling water through the s?ain. Grease stains can be removed by apply -ig varpenine with a sponge and rubbing well with a rag. Hot soda and water, i abl - d on with a sponge, is also very good ; sponge sfacrwards with chan water. Wax c 'nearly always be removed with a hot iron and a piece of blotting-paper. Milk will remove ink, if used instantly. oti erwise the best thing is oxalic acia. Another Ray is to spread the stained part upon a plate, and rub well into it some butter and salt till the stain disappears, then wr sh with soap and water. The easiest remedy for mildew is to dip the stained pert in sol'r buttermilk, and put the ai d?cle t bleach. Or wet the linen with water, well .ab i*ito it some white soap and finely-powdered chalk, and lay it out on the grass in the sunshine, keeping it damp with water. Repeat the process next day if necessary. For removing grease, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

t elutrsalt iniormation. STAMP DUTY ACT. BILL OF EXCHANGE, Bill of Baobange and Fremissory Note Where she amount or value of the nu ney for which a bill or note is drawn exoeeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amount or value , - and also for any fractional part .of50 of snts amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exsbange payable on demand charge able with samue duty as a promissory note for saine amount. (Embossed stamps most be used,which may be obtained at all Post Olicee.) ExsiPTvzoNs. .L Draft or order drawn by any banker in . Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, and used solely for abs purpose of settling or.cleeri?ng any aeonunt between such bankers. a' 2. Letter written by a banker- inN otoria to any other banker in Victoria direetingthe payment of any sum of money, the same not being payable to bearer, or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to asiy person on his behalf. 3...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 12 August 1893

'Every Description of JOIB PRINTING uýý cVaoCWULLY :1)I i wine DISPATCH. Circulating AN J$NTERESTING: LETTERI :,--. ? .--,+-??: - .ROMt-A WU. L -- T.7- . -S PECIALIST. Qu'alifld -?kd itg;Ir.rld by. the -ledtlel loarde of Vi:t.ria and New ..uth talese. II aiare that b r'dspiartir' froalm tti- usual tout'iet pratlee and d. votilnt hImpeltf oexlusively to all r-i . r auiok,_-I <s.h. -a ha :doue for sasq tippe..Ptt" itrieal" follfwi?- the paths of prsifeional lecta I Lui. a. a oeeidlemble iilty of the prefeiles ae still ._l .isnled. to .aiud.c'oldlB stlelsr.encysl~ flB? , nSAeiel ? c n tiy is e r sn0 e.'drfSee podýirley Ii .h. seed tutesa d S.ert-ia.ain .nte nad is really a Medical steciatiet.he ''4d..- Not hesitate to ree.rt to wrhat he enslders leitipigat moeaus for the purrpouof diearmitgcy. ical crlssiatie. and of engrgiit as far as he is .tile the oe. dlesee of. the putlic. It is assuvredly etter to seek. aiiestae fro sa the qialified prarlitiolier in prefeleia t+ the qu...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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STEALING A TOMBSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

STEALING A TOMBSTONE. In the neighborh6od of the French town of Auteuil there stands a.:little churchyart where many of the oldi nobility of the empire are buried. Some of the graves have sunk to - a level with the sod, and in conscquence their: identity has been lost. The tombstones in. many places-having fallen down, the guardian of the place has piled them against the wall, being unable to identify the graves to which they belong. One snowy night in winter an old woman, bent and stooping, with a bundle of faggots on her back strayed into this cemetery. She peered round cautiously, and finding that she was alone in the place advanced to the pile of tombstones that lay along the snow-covere'.L wall. Drawing a sack out from her dark cloak she lugged a stone cross from the pile, and, forc ing it into the. bag, .prepared to drag it away. They arrested the poor, woman at the gate, for, bent almost. doable. with the weight of the.load,.she could, only, move slowly, and ghe was brought u...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AN EXCELLENT THING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

AN EGELLENT '-TE·G. There are few of us,who do not feel with King Lear that a beautiful. voice is indeed "{n excellent thing.in woman." Of . all .Cordelia's charms Itbis.is the one that her heart-broken father chiefly dwells upon, for- " Her voice was ever soft, Gentle, and low," he says`; and in the fierce fury of his mad ness such a voice might. have:had -power: t, soothe him whqnall other.means had.;failed. Very different must' Iave beenthestormv accents of those 'hard aind hateful women, -egaii and Goneril, who' had insulted tha; passionate old man, and driven .him "t., frenzy; for the soft and gent e voice rarely accompanies a coarse and brutal naturi. . The totne day be'sweetini 'youtb, pjeriap , bat i?:doie not--riar true ; 'and as time goes on it:will often-interpret brit too faithfully the lack of harmony in the emotions ani; passions to which-it niist; give utterance. But aisoft,'low voice 'like 'Cordelia's is the true index to a gentle miid'; :thuse'W it bas a double :cha...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

LJ~?~7~ fH§JON VJ OiTNDRYkso : VULGLd ODR~B Are jai ae'turers of ENGINES (Sb tionica-' and PortaBlel 'OILERS, QUARTZ CEUSHING MACH ý BT. - 'a yior'.B . ý t' ; l efroerating , ahinr+ 4ciirc m 1Wgf Cold r-'b Air. These Mlschinmc r ?s nnsurpaaed for miakhag. i:, Goling Down Liquids; Cold - Sto:ra:;e Chambers, Free:ng Mfeat for Ship.. nent, Ventilating and Reducing the Tem perature in 'HospitLls -and other Public Buaildings, and for Fitting Rilfway Be~ friger~ating Ca.,tx IntoTeoloniual Vessels FinJ E'itbiog h3cat2. D. t~orrier'? LvCŽr _oI Pre88 a('I'ho Simuploet n al ltest FIpoditiou8 Press Lusen' -i' nna- , being highiy aelppreciated, !2 i iit ha; ; mad the pack ing and baling of woeol one of the easiest oypration2 in the shod. Wiu ALSO 1 M i ? .' j?~i7; ~27oo1 Thk~~¾ iuitbalefor Far. ers, by the s~une p teeOq. Tt'ý:Z~iffr o` Lascelles and Anderson's Pathnt Bahbit Poison Distributors and Phozphorising Yac'hine for :1i ing the Poisoned (%rain. Soar IAnE2?:, or Walker's Pate .t rc- Bi'E...

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CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

- CREDIT. " The young' man had a very nice gold w'-atch. -That is to say, sometimes- he had it; and sometimes he didn't, for he wasIa young man who was, not' always a?fead-of the deal. On this occasion he had it, and ' when the'nice old gent,'to whom' he was talking for a job, asked him what.time. it - .was. e pulled it out to see.. .. +.. " That's a nice watch you have,' said. the old one. "Yes," remarked' t??he- young one; "I am quite proud of 'it," and he handedt it over to be iaspected. The old one looked it over and passed it back. " That watch is'a credit to you,.sir," he said, for to the old one' it .represented iso much saved and. so much ability to save. " Yes," respinded' the yeunr one absent mindedly, "it hasbeersi Bredit to me more ... times than one," and, visions- of three golden balls flitted through his mind. Trifles have been truly said -tobe thd " sum of earthly things," and Young writes . thus : 'rhink naught a trifle, though it. small .: appear; , Small sands the...

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WEST RIDING ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEW[?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

WEST RIDING ELECTION. (TO TFE EDITOnR OF TEE SBUlRY N = ';: Sra,--So, much has been wiitten on the subject of the West Riding ele~tioan that I.-u, sormewvhat rel tant to troible you with a f0%7 remarks frhm, m yself. Whatbe-er may be the side issttes. anut they are manmr, I have no hesitation tor affirming that the vital question to be fde cided is that of the 9d v. the 1s rate. Ira the fcae of the fact that the ftndsof: the shire sus tnueCrd Tes Ir astryearofa quarCer of the posnibe revenue, through the half hearted actton of tboee councillors temporarily at the head of asairs, it is again proposed to eripple resourses by carrying out the sanee suicidal policy. Those who are in te?- abtgfreading tE±" debates in Parliament, and tB e?a. menats in the daily press, must be well aware of the impending onelaught to e made on the municipal subsidy; in &et, it is a forgone conclusion that we are to have a second reduction of £60,000, making in all £;00,000 off the £450,09Q availabl...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 19 August 1893

IRAILWAY '1I M ; TABU1E. `:< U1Hi~t 111 1 .( - 1v~~nn'lr . -"t )1(1 1: t 3i;R .71 . ''ic . 3nrt ,.: =.:°1 2,1 t?( 3 ..i I 2:5:2 4.1'O 3 .1 A~'CnýftiflC .` i.2r 1:1 '-2J S.261 7.3-II l *- ' 1.2 4111 :.47 \ittn~~tmiry ... 48 1.:3* 4.:522~'$.5~7 1 y~ ~ V21 :3~92 Mr 1 7d5 9 I.5 5 ?3`~ r.--5 I. I5 at ntt , ~ ';1. "±3 9.27y ý tt't~ru~ »: 17. (i.tt 0 '1 4 9,42l.~ ¶r , N ebu 4' 7 "c1iIL1 1tt MQtJ.: I I3( )It 10 .11 . 3.s º 8 1.2a o.4 ¶ ' toi, it{~ rtq re ~i 1 "rn i" '4if . J..) + .)1 ... . ) '\ \I dlboutrn :. G '.~ t-1'! 144 7. 1I'' 11 .1t. \~iir~tiu. ; 4. X12 5t 4. 12? 1. [hgge : tttt. S §. mdi I 1 0- .1 z: ;.. S1~i I St L~tP1I .Ji 7c ~ I "1ýlt :cý\'w § ._. 1 L 1veut'11 o.3d 1.0 )t.5 ... ;+1 l~we ijgit~t J O.5I 4 3&.12 ;;t s l S xps.; '; w hent :) . r1 c wý~nired. 8 2 .'.) ) lf 9

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