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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

Be Just and Fear nol. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. NEWS AND NOTES The ordinary monthly meeting of the Bulla Shire Council will be held at the shire hall, Bulla, on Thursday. A meeting of this council will also be held on the same day to elect a 1 cesi lent for the ensuing twelve months. Despite the threatening weather and the many counter attractions, a fair number of horsemen put in an ap pearance at the Travellers' Rest Hotel on Saturday, at which place the meet of the Oaklands Hounds was held. Punc tually to time Mr M'Dougall led the way along the Bulla-road, from whence the throw-off took place, on the west side, into Williamson's old farm, the line chosen being then south-westerly across the Keilor-lane into Crotty's, turning thence into Delaney's long paddock. The line hei~e turned in a northerly direction, going through the Annandale and Arundel estates, where a'welcome check was given. On being laid on again the hounds were due north, leading through Messrs M?Nabb'...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

-- LJY~AL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. By MRS. G. ShELDON, CHAPTER XX[.-CONTINUED. Madame Marioa and Shirlty found a number of people in the great drawing room at Ivyhurst, when they made their appearance there, and Lord Wallace irn mediately came forward to conduct them to his mother. As soon as these greetings were over he turned a smiling look upon Shirley, and remarked: "My cousins have been eagerly awaiting Sour arrival; will you! come and be intr- duced to them ?" Shirley thanked him, and accepting the arm he offered her was led to the farther end of the room, where the young man presented her to Miss Miriam and Miss Ernestine Wallace, two very delightful young ladies, who greeted her with unusual cordiality, considering that they weae English girls. Miss Ernestine she julged to be about her:own ::g., and her sister some two years her senior. Lord Wallace left her to chat with them for a while, then a little later he sought for her again, and presented her 1o the othe...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

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LONG-DISTANCE ELECTRIC RAILROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

LONG-DISTANCE EIECTRIC RAIL ROADS. The field of long-distance electric rail roadtng shows itself very attractive io in vention and capital. To show what is being done, at this moment only a few links are wanting in a complete network between New York and Philadelphia, a distance of nearly 109 miles. These links are actually being constructed, and when they are finished both passengers and freigat can be carried between the two centres by electricity, over roads which represent a vastly less investment than steam roads and whose cars can run independen ly every minute of the day, unhampered by schedules. It is needless to say that, while such a network is useless for purposes of swift travel, it must very soon absorb a very large amount of minor and what may be called reticular traffic. A vital point is the great quickness in travel in the elec triciLy system. The trolly cars will pick up.a man at any point, drop him at his exact place, and charge him only ten or fifteen cents, where...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB. A meeting to re-organise the Junior Cricket Club for the approaching season, was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening. There was a very good attendance of members and intend ing members. Mr A. Clayton occupied the chair. Mr A. G. Bonrdman was elected sec retary pro tem, declining to accept the position pernmanently. The club was re-organised and 2s fixed as the membership fee. The following are the officers elected for the ensuing year:--Patron, Sir W. J. Clarke, Bart. President, iMr J F. Mounsey ; Vice-Presidents, IMissrs P. Eadie and E. Lane ; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr J. Andeorson. A d.ffer ence of opini-,n existed as to these offices being combined, which evoked a good deal of needless discussion. Colmmittee, Messrs J. Anderson, A. . F. Boardman, H. Clayton, H. Clapham, WV. Eadie, G. Elliott, J. Walsh; Captain, Mr H. Clayton; Vice-Captain. Mr G. Elliott ; Scorer, Mr A. Butler Auditors, Messrs A. F. Boardman and H, Clapham. A resolution was p...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

GRAVE AND GAY.?. Don't sit in a draught. If you do, the doctor will in all probability be the one to cash it. Patient : "Do you give gas 2" Dentist : "No; you have;to pay for it. This isn't a barber's shop." The modern landlord doesn'r get fright. ened when he sees the handwriting on the wall.. He just gets mad. While the experienced bicycle rider escapes without any falls, the beginner, as a rule, doesn't get off so easily. He (passionately): " I love you above all others on earth." She: "1 never thought you would go back on yourself like that." " Well, my boy, how do you find your self ?' "I don't," responded the detective, with an air of offended dignity. She : " Have you been to the. beauty show I" He (looking at her) : "No. That's why I came to call." The cards are out, The theory that man descended from the monkey doesn't seem so ridiculois after you have seen the scorchers in a hot bicycle race. Professor in. mathematics XX. " Do you understaud the theory of limits, Mr Butch ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GARDENING. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

GARDEN ING. SEPTEMBER. FLOWER GARDEN.---COntinue to SOW hardy. annuals as previously re commended. Thin those already sown, leaving room for remainder to develop. Sow tender annuals, such as ceiosia, amaranthus, clianthus, dampiere, and portulaca. Attend to roses this mornth; remove suckers as they appear, tlin shoots where growing too qmickly; i tlhe weather prove dry, aphides (blight) will become troublesome, if so syringe the plants well with cold water applied with as much force as possible. Finish planting trees and shrubs. Newly planted ever-greens should be securely staked and sheltered from cold winds. Plant out a few dahlias for early blooming. Continue planting liliu:ns and gladiolus; also heliotropes, phloxes, penstemons, carnations, verbenas, petunias, chrysanthemums, fuchsias, pelargoniumns, &., that have been grown in pots. Finish sowing lawns where possible. Prune camuellias, where necessary, as they finish bloom ing ; plants affected with scale should be care...

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OF COURSE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

Lp'per-" What do youi thin'l; f CZavuf r's new hu:"ines~s rentnrc F" Chipper-" What i_ he doing -, Lipper-" IH hiasu i'tou'- \.a aggregation and is trace 11i! ,; °:ri i.di country with it." pieire-" Psh ! Of courmirse h,· ' a liYinlg sh ow'.' It. will require more :h3:n nine toin S ? make a mrn of the average dude.

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A POINT TO POINT STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

A POINT TO POINT STEEPLEGtHASE. The annual Point to Point Steeple chase with which the members of the Oaklands Hunt Club are accustomed to mark the close of the hunting season, was held on Wednesday over a line of the country which has become identified with the name of that popular club. The grass paddocks which extend on both sides of the Bulla road beyond Essendon offer good going and plenty of jumping, stiff four-railers being interspersed with sufficient frequency to please the most fastidious of horsemen. The course- marked out was a fair sample of an ordinary hunting run, starting as it did from Warlaby, three miles from the Inverness Hotel, crossing the Oaklands road, and traversing the properties of Messrs. Cochrane, Duna lister, Carroll, Daniels, Noonan, and Musgrove. Passing across the Green vale road, it led through the Woodlands and Cumberland pastures, and finished near the Bu'la road, close to Mr Hill's prope'rty, the entire journey being nearly five miles. A good att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

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THE DOMESTIC CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

THE D)O]IETIC CATECIIISM. The other day a thin,alired-looking man entered the office of a printing-house, and approaching the proprietor, said : "" I want to have a list printed. Suppose. yon write it down as I tell you." The proprietor made ready, and the man said : "' Yts, I'm sure I locked the front door. lave.you got that ?" " Yes; but I don't understand." "Never mind; don't interrupt me till 'I am finished. Are you ready ? ' " Yes." . - "Iturned out the light in the bath-rooms" r "All right; I've got it." "The kitchen windows are fastened.' "Yes." "The dog is in the cellar." "Yes." "The servants are all ;in." " The stable door is locked." "Yes." " The kitten is out of doors." "Yes." "Iturned off the draughts of the ranget" "No, I do not smell smoke." "No, the water is not running in the:bath-.i? room " "Yes." " Ido not think I hear anyone trying ti. get into the house." n tr .... SYes." " No, that is not our dog 'carki:g; it's the one next door." " It is not necessary to go dow...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

THE LADIES' COLUMN Just at present there is nothing strikin gly novel in the costumes sent out, even those coming from leading modistes possessiog nothing.new. The cuiient modes are, in-. deed, the styles- popularly 'chosen from among . the novelties presented a month or two since, when unbecoming modes were rejected, and the most elegant and suitable designs were accepted. Certainly those chosen are the height of becomniugness to the majority of wearers. Skirts, too, not withstanding the fear that arose in case the crinoline should become ifashionable, have remained as simple as heretcf3re, much to the delight of home dressmakers, who find it far easier to make a dress than when draped and pannier-trimmed skirts were fashionable. In bodices, ulleffect.s are much adopted, and the smart little Eton jacket still holds its own, imparting a very complete effect to a costume when worn over a silk or vel vet vest, gathered a trifle at the neck, and turned under at the waist. These jackets...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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STRIKING BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

STRIKING BACK. BY ROBERT BARR. George Streeter was in Paris, because he hoped and expected to meet Alfred Davlson there. He knew that Davison was going to be in Paris for at least a fortnight, and he had a particular reason for wishing to come across him in the streets of Paris rather than in the streets of London. Streeter was a young author who had published several books, and who was getting along as well as could be ex pected, until suddenly he met a check. The check was only a check as far as his own self-esteem was concerned; for it did not in the least retard the sale of his latest book, but rather appeared to increase it. The check was unexpected, for where he had looked for a caress he received a blow. The blow was so well placed and so vigorous that at first it stunned him. Then he became unrea sonably angry. He resolved to strike back. The review of his book in the Argus was vigorously severe, and perhaps what maddened him more than anything else was the fact that, in spi...

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AN HONEST GAS-METER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

AN HIO-NEST LAS-M11E'El . 'The penny-in-the-slot system *is been applied rery successfully to gas meters in several large English cities. In its latest form the meter has three dials, mask " ', s. and d ," and no sooner has a? penny been dropped into the slot th : the hand of the " D " dial records it. WVheu twelve pennies have been dropped in, -he "' ' dial stands at 0" ," winile the hand of the " S'' dial records that one shillin:'s weoti? of pennies are in the dra: r, Ia, o o-n, until 42:20 worth of gas has been p.sid f1-r. The hands can only move one w t:, so c :.? the householder practically gets an indi-: putable receipt for the pennies he put's into the slot, and the total amount he has paid for his gas. An indicator shows how :many feet of gas are " paid for but unco nsumed.

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WEST BOURKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

WEST BOURKE AiRiCUL. TURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual general meeting of. the meuibers of the above saciety wan held on Saturday at the Lancefield Jaictioti Hotel. There was only a moderate at tendance. One of the vice-presidents, Mr Homphill, was voted to the chair. Apologies for non-attendance were read from Sir W. J. Clarke, Mr R. Olarke,s Dr Plummer, and several other. The secretary's :report was read and adopted, - THE DI N131 R. After the conclunsinof the annual meeting an adjournment was made for luncheon whicif was delicately arranged on ftables in Mr McPherson's spacious dining-hall which was .suitably deco rated fo .,the occasion. When the inner man had been thoroughly satisfied with the tasty edibles, Mr Hamphill proposed the; toast of'the Queen, which Then followed the toasts of the Prince of Wales :aihd the: Royal family, The Governor-of Victoria and Lady Hope ttin, '?Whiih .wirehdiily acknowledged. iMr Sommerville proposed the toast of Parliameit. He' said the...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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PERSONAL TIDINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

PERSONAL TID!NESS. Are all housekecpers sutficiently car ful to be d esitd neatly in the morning 1 A clean print or gingham dress, with a snowy collar or a bit of lace around the throat; the huir neatly combed before 1, aving the room ; the teeth kept white, au. the nails wili cleanu:d n~d trimmed-a-nil these are triil.s in them ,elves, yet combined they form a toilet in wh ch no farmer's wife need feel ashamed to entertain a morning caller. They c st nothing, and t:he reult is far more than gratifying. Imagine sitting down at the family tsble wita tumbied locks, unti ly gown, fr.m which half the buttons are gone, their pace being supplied with pins, -ith perhaps a rent or two ac.the seam. The picture is not inviting, and will soon have is eff~ct upon the other members of the family. If mcther dots not ''tix up," the cl ildreL will have no incentive to do so. I'e husband will soon become careless in his dr; as, and even tihe hired men wilt not be so carcful about keeping themselvcs ...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1993. (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Messrs. Gellie and Clarkson, J.'sP.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

SUNBURY. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SRPTEMBER 13, '1993. (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Messrs. Gellie and Clarkson, J.'sP.) DEBT. Bulla Shire Council v. J. Reddan.- Claim for £2 lts Gd for rates on property in the shire. Owing to the illness of Mr Daniel, the.shire rate-collector, the case could not be dealt with. In reply to the Bench, the defendant said he had no objection to an adjourn ment, but alluded to the time un necessarily spent, and expense incurred by being present. He did not receive notice that his presence was not re quired. The clerk stated £1 10s had been paid into court by defendant. Adjourned until Wednesday, 27th inst. Same v. Richard Stennings.-Claim for £1 10s for rate ; No appearance of plaintiff or defend ant. The clerk intimated the amount was paid into court. Adjourned until Wednesday, 27th inst. Robert Eadie v. D. Bourke.-Claim for £2 17s Gd, goods sold and de livered. No appearance of defendant. Plaintiff testified to supplying the goods, which were o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

SBusiness. -V ALFRED BUTLER, PRACTICAL 'Boot and Shoe Maker, (Late Foreman, E. Quails London). O'SHANASSY STR]AT, SUNBURY.' Raiars mnatly executed. Ckargesmoderak. ... eo. Straughen, (aEGS to inform the inhabitnnts of : Suibury that he is prepared to" i-Deliver -N E W N- I L K daily at 3d. per quart.. Springvale Dairy, SUNBURY. JOHN GILCHRIST, O:S.A'SHANASSY ST, SUNBURY. GROCER, fRUITERER AND Begs to thank the inhabitants for past favours, and trustst by strict attention to business to- secure a continuance of their support. Families waited on twice a week, (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with a large and varied assortment of fresh FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and Joiner Furniture made to order, - UPHOLSTERER & FRENCH POLISHER. -O'SHANASSY ST, Repairs and re-stuing neatly done. Chr. Christiansen, HAIRDRESSER, :And Tobacconist, Evans Street, -Beat Brands of Tobacco,- Pipes, and CIGARS. M. J. BREEN, SBi ILDER--.BND--ONTRACTOR , VA. T-G-IEL A. ST' Estimates given ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

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FOOTBALL. SUNBURY V. GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 16 September 1893

FOO T B A LL. SUNBURY V. GISBORNE. The above teams met for the first time this season on the Sunbury ground last Saturday under rather unfavourable circumstances in regard to weather, the rain falling at intervals during the progress of the game. The Gisborne team were rather late, arriving on the ground about 3.30. However, the teams made amends for the late start by, giving a very exciting exhibition of football, the game being very well contested throughout. Gisborne winning the toss, elected to kick towards the township end. Immediately after the ball was set rolling it was rushed to the Sunbury end. W-,hiteoak secured a mark without opposition straight in front within fair kicking distance, ndlaced_.th.J?ir. goal to the credit of Gisborne Withtin one miniute and a half of the start, The Sunbury boys determined 0no .to be ngain taken by surprise, and set fow rk with great vigor, taking the ball to the Gisborne end throughout without de termined opposition, and put in some gon(d ...

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