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RULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

BUL LA SHIRE COUNCIL. TaURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1893. 'i The ordinary monthly meeting of the s1 Bulla Shire Council was held at the 8 Shire [Id.l, Bulla. on Thursday . There re were present :-Crs Mc Dougall (thel newly elected President, in the chair), Si Gellie, Bell, MeAnuiffe, and Starkic. Mr Duncan, the newly-elected member of the West Riting, being duly sworn, Ic took his seat at the table. MINUTES,. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and coninurmed. CORR S. SPONDEN CE. From P. Murphy, Digger's Rest. I stating that he had finished the channel in a mannersatisfactory. The water has been over the channel, and it carries it nicely.--Received, From Chr. Chliist'ansen, Sunhury. .1 again drawing the attention of the council to the very bad condition of ap proach to his sh ,p an] dwelling in Evan street and Brook-street. )aring the wet weather it is almost impassable. He had *o lay down some boards so as to enable the pu',lic to crss. and trust ed council would improve same. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE RESULT OF A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

THE RESULT OF A DREAM. al Nathan Chessmore was on his way to Philadelphia. The train on which he had taken passage was not due in the i city'until a late hour in the evening, and s as the day had been warm, and the long ride fatiguing, he fell asleep soon after the lighting of the lamps. In his slumber the young man dreamed b that he was standing on a bridge, gazing down at a somewhat turbulent stream, when, hearing a startling roar, he looked g up, and saw, coming toward him a great mass of water, threatening to over- p whelm him. o Believing in his dream that if he de layed a single moment he would be swept to destruction, he started and ran across the bridge, as he supposed, and made a o desperate sudden plunge at the end to 11 reach the solid earth. The running and plunging were real, but it was from the platform of the rail way car, and not from a bridge. He had risen in his sleep, and, impelled by the terror of the dream, had leaped from the car. He landed in some bushes, whic...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

SPOBTANT . NOTIC I I' We have just Opened an Immeasa Assortment of New and Seasonable DBAPEBY GOODS for the present easion, sad Invite Inspection of the aumeroua Novelties exhibited in each Department. We have only nem price, sad mark everything la PLAIN FIQGuM, Bieag direct Importers, our ua. tomers may rely upon securing " TRx BIMT VALUN IN THI CITvY." We aend SAUPL?? to say part of the OLonr for Comparison, which enables families to select ay artcle they may require without the tediaum of leaving home. Ta mu-STIucTL OCAss. SPECIAL INFORMATION, To test the value of this announes; meat we aball allow Ten Per enatd or 2s in the A on all purchases made either through post or in oar Ware house up to 81st December, 1892, on eoudition thatt this space is cut oat and seat to as wben orderiag Goods, with name of PLAOB and PAPar . Oun Palone Ans Lasm TMas Slo.ALLED WiOLSALI TI ADuI. Baus VALUE IN TRE CITY. OSBOBN &A WBIGHT, 14 a 320 'Bouxie 8aT wit Ingratitude is frequently the rew...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

ALFRED BUTLER, PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, " S(ale Foreman, E.. Quails London). O'SHANASSY STREEST, SUNBURY. Repair neatlly executed. Ckargesmoderate. W. CLAY TON, Painter, Paperhanger A?.-TD G-tAZIER-? . All trade materials kept on hand at MELBOURNE PRICE, -o ESTIMA TES GI VENo- O'Shanassy Stleet SUNBUR Y. W. R. BEAR DALL, -o :BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER & JOINER. estimates given for all kinds of work. Orders promptly attended to, BROOK STREET, Charles Daniel, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, - bUPPLIES T]-E SURRIOUPLDING DISTRIGI *WITH JERATED WATERS OF THE BEST QUfblTY. -LEMONADE, GINGER--ALE, SODA-WAT2R,. .FACTORY,-OAKLANDS ROAD, BUTLL A. Go. Straugihen, W-EGS to inform the inhabitants of I Sunhury that he is prepared to I JD-liver -N EW ? ? MI L K daily at 3d. per quart. Springvale Dairy, S UNBU RY . WOOD, FENCING PALINGS, BRICKS, &c. JAMES WHELAN egs :to Notify to the Ifihabitants of Sunbury that he has PENTED \ STOOD-YARD STATION STREET, SUNBURY And will Deliver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

y Deci. ipiiI~n of `'JOB PRiINTI G EXECUTED CAREFULLY WITH i)IiATCII i., . i TH E 2 01 0 C ;( urbury News U I?. LIStIE Diý i:..rSATU R.tDAY All the . ei s of the Week-, sd PRICE 3 1 -I ----o---- P? osted to all parts of the AUSTIIALIANI. . S.-COLON.IE'S;:I : a t%.::. co o r i.. i ;.,-+. : , -, R DELI EIED FOR ER QUARTIER r i - ) Lv- t o!e aU----o-- " . ,D r ICFn OR CAS 1 0 1(33 ,-: i, ,, . . 10 .s (.1:1ADVERTISx"MENTS:" 2 0 l t? cnF 6 ? : ch eG itil- s d.ni n ~" bl t-tn hu'r'iLi i esitable E7 Y 1-1Z INTHE lonial Mutual : he Sufferer's Best Friend. . . All Di9orders af,.ting tie I, tion, and all the meny uai' lies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. These Pills are alturatives and stren:,theimers of the stomach. They may be taken under: any cmrcum-tances. Weakness and Debility, liervous S Irritab'lit., - The wholero:e ellect exercised by these admirable Pills over the hlod is like a :' + charm in dispelling low sirits, and reistoring cheerfulnes.s. Their mdht aperient nuaSti...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

: . General Information, : ; STAMP DUTY ACT. : BLL OFi EXCHANGE. r-ill or lchltlge 4a1d Preliis.aory NotI . £ .d. 'WhVere the niaount or value of the - n : .iey lr which a bill or iote is : drawi e'cieels £10,000, then for . evury £0O of thie ianlluill, or value, 11.1in also for anl.y fractional part S )[ £50 of s0nl, i antirlLt, or vialie .. 0 1 0 Bitl of exch.iange payable on de(maindl clharge able with .usaio duty as a promnissory note for Sall e 11i , i lnn l0. (Eniallassed Atamvps 1iist he ns.e,wjhich naay be obtained at all Post Ollues.} ExaxMMrlbss. 1. Draft or order drawnu by any banker in IVietoria upon any other bianker in Victoria Iliot payable to bearer or to order, and used solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any accoiunt between such bankers. , 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other buanker in Victoria directingthe payment of any stin of inioney, the sanie not being payable to hearer or to. order, and such letter not being sent or delivered t...

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THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

T E-. OAKLANIS HOL'NDS, w As usual two meets of this pack h were held turing last week, both of them o being.of a very enjoyable description. li On Tuesday the trysting place was at ig North-park, the residence of Mr A. a McGracken, who is one of the staunchest ti of hunting men. When considering the rn closeness of the Point-to-point steeple- ir chase, a very large number had as- i sembled by the appointed hour. After I the hunt Mr McCracken invited the w whole field back to his residence to v luncheon, whereat, also, were many of a the neighbouring farmers, who, being n true lovers of sport, are always pleased t] to see the hounds hunting over their e, paddocks. On Saturday the rendezvous a was at Bulla, which is one of the most ti popular of the country resorts. It was I not surprising, therefore, to see a very n goodly muster of horsemen in attendance v to greet the master. Punctually to time b Mr McDougall gave the word to mount o and led the way along the Sunbury- I road until...

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JAMES TYSON. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

JAMES TYSOJV. S[BY ISAAC J r'TEY]. S OIAPTER IV. His brother died of a declin,, an i whliils hie was confined to his rom James bethought him to buy the si.ck wlan a pound of butter du,'io in th h .o township. Being cool weather, thi, put i the purchase in his coat pocket but in a riding home he lost it. Hanson, w'o helped to nurse John, was in the parlor i when the elder brother returned. Jam-es, feeling chilly. leant up against the , mnantlepiece, and after coiiversingZ whil t t he exclaimed, John I have brouht you , some butter. In Dcrivent slang, hI began to frisk all his pocke s and nt tinding the article in them he redovied i his belltopper but it was not even in K that. Having gone through those .t formalities replacing the hat on his heal I he held up his hands and said with al emphasis, as I am a living man I ha bl lost the butter, its loss must have x- ti peared of serious consequence, seeming 1' that he instantly sent one of the en o on horseback down the river road t:, ;i...

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MATTERS MUNICIPAL. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT TO THE BULLA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

M1ATTE 1rS iUNICIPAL. - b ELEOCIION OF PRESIDENT TO THE BULLA SHIRE. Before proceeding to elect a president at the Bulla Shire Council on Thurs day. C.,uncillor Gellie asked if the council intended to vote an amount of money as a presidential allowance for tie ensuing twelve months. C.,uncillor Starkie said. considering the little amount of money in hand c and the large number of works required in the shire, he would be against au presidential allowance. Otheywise he was in favour of the proposition. Councillor Bell asked if it was cus tomary to have a president's allowance ? Councillor Starkie.-Yes, it is cus tomary, but considering the finances of the shire I think it inadvisable this year. I would be in favour of it when " the shire is in a more prosperousb condition. Councillor McAuliffe.-I think we I are in a very prosperous condition. Better than many other shires in the o colony.. We're out of debt anyhow. c (Hear.) c It was subsequently mutually agreed s to have no president...

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GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

GRAVE AND GAY. An escaping pr~ nmr s??dom hb-s prrdon for the liberty he takes. If pretty women were conuineors mta:n wouldn't try to evade the car ti?ir. When the drrssmai:tr cannot cellect her bill a dress suit is likely to bh? ordered, She: " This fur rue is vsry beautiful; to what beast does it beloun g " He (candidly): STo me." While the clevator man: ivs many a f,! low a lift, he doesn't hesitate to run a chap down. " Do you think this dress makes me look older l" Clerk : '" I do:'; see ho , it possibly could, ma'am." Mrs Bridie Did you taste any of that pudding I jmsnde 1fr dinner ci" Ir Bridic: "Yes; I tasted it for '.ix hours." Just when the coffee thinks it has good grounds for complaint the egg drops in and. settles the whole business. Mrs Neiehbob : " Why do you call Jack 'The Fisherman 2' Je.s : " Because he never' goes away without a smack." The cut worm that it destrorin- the corn is called ' ',rtid ;: "' by the scientist3.. Farmerscllit al ito1methinq else. " What a ...

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RIDDELLS' CREEK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

RIDDELLS'. CREEK. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday. I had nothing particular to record last week so omitted sending letter, Mr R. Langford held a sale here on Monday last of surplus furniture and effects belonging to Constable Lane who was transferred to North Fitzroy recently, and disposed of some at satis- factory prices. I hear that Fitzgerald Moore, Esq, of Mintaro House, Monegetta, is seriously ill, the cause of trouble being hemorrhage of the liver. I do not hear of any movement to wards forming a.cricket club here this season. There does not seem to be sufficient interest taken in the game to warrant any persons taking steps to further it. The Farm and Garden Society held their Daffodil show on Saturday last and were favored with beautiful weather and received a very fair attendance of visitors. There were a large number of flowers of every variety and colour arranged on tables along the sides of the hall and Messrs Smith and Sons exhibited some beautiful pansy blooms w...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Lancefield Junction Annual Social. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Lancefield Junction. Annual Social. *A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS, Amongst the entertainments pzr ·ecellence of the year, the Lancefiei[ Junction Social, held annually at t'ho Show Grounds Hall, ranks with t?oo first, These dances are growing i:1 repute and increasing, in popularity every year, and are now eagerly watch' I for by the lovers of the light fantabt:c; Last night's social was no exception tu the rule, and the energetic secretary, Mr Geo. Farrelly, deserves praise for thie programme he arranged both foc the comfort and enjoyment of th ? visitors who had come from far aal near. A bright moonlight n~ght, wit't a cool breeze. prevailing, was just tiº weather to suit all concerned. The hall Looked 'very pretty, being attire : n greens, ferns, Chinese lanteris rnd flags. A welcome banner was sit uated right opposite the entrance. The music for the occasion was ably and satisfactorily produced by Messrs T. Dwyer and Hanrahan (violin), P. Dorbett (piano), and H. Stephens (cornet), who w...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

T'HE IiLADIES' COLUMN. It is sometimes a mistake to take an ell when Dame Fashion gives an inch. The fact that she allows skirts and bodices of different materials to be,worn together does not quite warrant, the crazy patchwork effect which some women give to their attire by. a too liberal use'of odds and ends.. The skirt of a cerge walking dress may.. be.of.one color, and viwith' it may be worn a silk blouse of another coloni', but that is no reason why the smaill open jacket should'be" of :a third material, with' sleeves of a fourth: .At a recent out-door funnation one of the most charming costumes was of wood-brown whipcord serge ; the skirt was a circular bdll, fitting perfectly at the top without the aid of darts, and hanging in graceful folds a'-out the lower part, which was left entirely un trimmed. The blouse was of pale green silk with a shrivelled crdpon effect and, ur l ke the bodices worn with the Eton suits, was belted with a loose girdle of oxvdized si ver. The jacket ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

RAILWVAY TIME TALE I3~X1)1', TO KlJOUP 12.'L?. jc;niligio ..) 111 1. .15!~ ' .h t ,(ioldenl S'pv'red-. 4.13I12..3 .1.1S 7; I : I · - 12 ) ¶ 3arc1,i rt '- .. of 1i ) i4 :;..5; dep .: Slnu~~l1. 7. ..12.5 -) 4.10' .10 Clr~~a-ot··e ur h~ j IA)12 COhw tnn dep. ... 14144201 8.2! S1,phmn in fl')n ... ý7.2.j 1 IS 1.361 ¶ iizr:iiu. 1 34Sj ) 1418.47 -i:sur3 . '74 1.35 4.5ý 8.5 Redtsdalo Juiin ... ¶ ¶ '~~io m3r: . 7.-! .1 .5 1 3i 8 9.11 ldico Sdep P. 1$ 515~ .6 55 3- 9.2T (;ar:sruihe' (:25 ~... ,1 2.1 :.) (1 ..Wvoidend .;f7."0 :410 2.22 5.31 9.42 Mlae~ddn j7J .3 .4U1 2.3:3 3..50j ¶ Gishurne 7.2 .. . 2.41-1 5.55i 9.57 ~Riddedi.s,,C1:ul7.36 -.i 2.53 t1.6 I L~i u Cefi -Id J un 7.5) ..17 O ` : 3 ti:,}j Y 1 Li~rq~f'`S~.Res1 ii' ·· 3 41 ;·fiir Sy t uihnin. *¶ . ¶ ¶ I ·St kIbrnii' S_4() 4 .0 3.411c l6 .5 I10.48 Footser.iyVle' ".5) 5 ¶ q - Md~i"I.1eF ts u.i` ¶ . ¶ ~N M;'.elbnuhnLn 9.i :.6 9 -4f44 7.1 11.11 Melbomn` te ::1( 9,5t 48 : 7. }5 11 ¶. Stops 'wh 'ii igrec1'? _______ MfELBO'URN1,' T G; 1) 1j. ...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

POSTAL NOTES. I Pos9tal Notes tarl I e olbtaincd. and wilm' b p:lc t} ilty.ls.x -.tanv'y I1~e+Y Office in the Gt,1my';betw'eemx thme ours of 9 a..m., arii b6~m. ;ll w.eek, days. -Saturday excepted. Ou Saturday,.between 10a.nm., and noon.. The folllowxing arc the. dcnoninationi of thtc Notes. tMi t will be issued, and tb. price iLa aed for thlmnu - For a Postal Note of Is. or is. 6d: For ii Postal Not" of 2s., f ?s. Gd., 3s., 3s- Gd.. 4s., or 4s. Gd., tie pound-: :i.r- Postal Note )f 5s. or 7s. 6d., the pounndage is ... .... ?. IFor at Postal' Note o[ 1O1., Ids. Gd , io,'or 0sUs t-ie ponidage m4 3d Tle' valuie of the . Notes bae b' n so 'U I ri tfl that aiis stu11 of illi gs amnd smxp:.t:.es upli ) (.,:O O'C 1)111 'may be reiiiittedl b x ot thaimo thai 1 of tiicres notes. Slhould it e.. ib si. ed tin:lstuit broken . stints of pencme 11n"1111 iteraia"e staumpt;s, not e\eseelll" in vu~flue s., UtlaYr be ntliŽe~t to. thle I, ik of a m',te amid Oie wilmii ait of th,.,e lxotc amid ttie si...

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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

: OP-EN. FO. ':D.ELIVERY. The l:Post Office will te open fromi 9 a.m--til-l i-p.m. for dclivcry of letter~, inewspqapers, awld parbels. It will also d e bp&n for.:ltefteci'delivery: :ldvy from .afteri thel arrival'of the 7.15 p.nm. train tillW8:30 pan, Stansi olitaiield. to 8 P. m ITl'he horli s.for e? e'stration 'of letters art) a.mn till b pm. I'The :telegraphl portimn of .the office wvill; bcope` 1pdifrn,' x:30 a.in. fill 83 p.m. A:;ll tcl r,':umust: :il he writtcn in ink. Muot[ey: Order arid: Sa'ings Ba~ k bhii.ilesi will be t an'acteLllfroum 10 a.m. .*-11;): lp.r,--: Sauitrday.- from, 10 a.gz. till l4:noon.. T~ie S. viiigBs Biik will also be open. o i'iS?l rtciddl; ?liyt; iten the hours 6 p.m rand 8"") fi:Y for the receipt of depusits only. i hequies:will nit, hie, received in con: netdOn a "iii Lh kn.v of the above Ofliees

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AUSTRALIAN SEASONS. Autumn begins on March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

A SIN ll lAK :SE SONS. A?uturmn begins on ~\ach, 20th day). i:4 Spring 'on Senritenribert 23rd..^' Summer on Dece mber 21st (th6 ongest day). -t From an extendod series of obserivl tions madet it theiM i;llirnrne Observatory, it appears that., on flie a ela'e;e tle hottest period is from tho 21 t to fte25thi of January, and the coldest from the 20th to the 24th of July. These periods are therefore the natural midsummer and, midwinter.

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CALENDAR FOR 1893. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

~C~.~EDARFOR 1893. S....Cx~l~~ULiitiL' II O~ sI ,) )' T.tXCA. YT . ... ~ · Wvdflcl}' 1 - 1 2 9 ... L It ( (n csd . a' : I 1 j 12 S1;; `2O 2 . "atiiid'v 7f 14 -?1 ... SL mtld.ty 5 12 1') 26 )' i 1 3 20 2 ITT Ucl'y7 s;l[y 7 , ýiX1dný Lx'.y 1 + 14.1 21 2 T m1 s:ly 2 9 1;; 23 !+ uidai 3 10 [17 2 j~Ii1I(Ia s - j 127 ~i: ti~n tnr ! tl ! 1 ·3 2 Monday .G6 1:3. 2 '1 no'adav 71 1 r 21; 28$. Y 1y i~d'xy oy . 2 911 Jjl iI3 C 2 3;I hir'- ,dd~yr V a ~11'1S \1 Milt!.y 4 : ' 3 ' 1p ... 17 2 : XX (ecliI(±Sfl'½y ' 5: : t)' 19' '9C 11~d3wIn1 26 0 27 t+l~~lya L; .,;7 ,14 ?1 `28, S~itm 't"y; .:'1 .£,r x1a 22 2 9... 15 8 2 12 2 129 ~' 17 24' ~0 W e j sti, . = 1 ii '1 7 " }4 3121 9 2 Pdhsh G[117' I I t~ e6` .13,' s20 27-r.. S - JUN.LF Moncliy ': 12 19 26:.. y ý.rl 1.3. .20 27 \'ednc-. y .. 14 j1 28 Thu, iuay.ý ,148. I 8 1 ?2 29 .. S9 .1 f 2l3 5i 0 . Cld 4" i.. Inn. : · S.1 . 10 .:9 1 (i ^ 2 '. Z~UUI. .. I ) ~ Ibj 23 V: \ on l y 3:10 (1'17' 941131 7 uesd=>y. 4 11 18, I f i-clndv Il 8 12 9 I26 ~-:.. " I...

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HER ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

HER: -ENQUIRY. There are some persons in this world hvise stupidity is such that it appears to : o~ranger to be a quality of mind that is Laudiousiy cultivated, and not one which irises from gross ignorance or from a low urdter of intelligence. a woman of this class, well dressed, and 1:pp;:rently gifted with oraunary reasoning poiwers, opened a shop door in a main Mel courne street the other day, and made an enquiry. This is the conversation, " I am looking for number two hundred- 1n this it ?" " No," replied a shopman who came for ward. " This is number one hundred and ninety. Number two hundred is five doors farther along." " On this side of the street ?" " Yes, on this side." " I see that store acoss the way is num- ber one hundred and ninety-nine. Is it next to that?" " No, madame, it's on this side ofE the street. The even numbers are on this side, the odd ones on the other." " Oh, yes, I see. Thank you; but why are the even numbers on this side, and the odd on the other ?'" T...

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EXIT PADDY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 30 September 1893

EXIT PADDY. Two irichren on ce viitedl a "ze!? lr'- lcr menagoric. After ccoflli ' of the show they cri )L canvas with a bill prmtcd l i letters, hcaring the l.'`, rid "Begorra, Pit,:' .;,"iic · i:1 ri'`.1l here's a place wie 'ius;'t ' ai; what sort of at baiste Exit is TIhey lollo'x1A thel mdlcx till,~; 'c' ! bill, and to their surprise ouri among the crowd outside. "` Och, bsdad' said M. 1;, M< hia ': fist at the man wiho bairr . iii cýai, :;c: yer the ould swindler, l re are. to ye an' vor oul , show Over the tcipie it orivvsy -.?: " .?., of Milan there 'xrt Ihc, " vcl: '>.t sni'nni'e the ipleendid arci t t. is C o :r r e a b autsfu 1 w at IC it underneath is thle lei nd, plesses is but for a uoluenr:' ; r t _ E otner is sculpturCd a crwc. r11: the words bitenii,'·ti, all i 1"A-i 1 * is hut fora" uiui'Slm.- Isl 1i1,i i. the inc., mptaonl, Twat, oLax' is ha whiuch is eternal.~

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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