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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. It is not generally known that mint sauce ;re, ers lamb with which it is eaten more easy of aigestion. To ueep sponges soft and white wash them with warm water wnih a I tie tartaric acid in it, then rise theta" in cold water. Tal e care not to pui n too n:u.h tiitariC aCid, tnc effect ot which wili b. to cor;ode the sponge. `ever throw away pieces of lemon after they have been ?,??zerd with the It:mon squeezer. They wvii: come in handy f r re moving staiis 3tm t:oe h:ands and f:om els. whcie. LDippdc in suit they will ecour to. per kett.s. utlely, and remove stimns from ora5unwoirk. I'e wti tlake stains and dirt and odor from Tans andi kettles as nothing else will. 'In odor of fish and onions can thus be ro-onovd e:.--ily. Always lon r tt ci.dl oat in an upward direction. !his wi: x have the cilect of ex t:nguish:ng it. o comnietaely that the wick does not smoulder at . u. thus having a die agreeable and uanvuool:e.me smell, and at the same tome ensuring the fact th...
THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
THE HOME 1ROLE. \VHITE OF EGc;S FOB Uniuieis.-The white of an egg is an excc.iclent at pication for t burn. It is better than co!lloeioun sweet oil, and cotton, or the old fashioned carron-oil, consisting of equal parts of linseed oil andu lime-water. its efficiency is diue to the pro tection of the injured surface from coinact with the air. POISON ANTIDOTE.--AlarO, f?! the anDti dotes h.nown for poison mustard is the b'est, cheapest, and most useful em:ntic, :and :, emetics are generally rquired in a hurry, it is well to remember this simple remedy. Pure water, too, wili often act as ain cetic, but it must be taken wrm andi in a iulli cient quantity. TOMATO B.UCE -Strain a cupful of stewed tomatues, put it at the ba:k over the tire, season with pepper, sal : and butter, and thicken with a teaspoonful cif flour. Pour this sauce over the chop3 just bluforu pla-ing threm on the table. lIoAST LA3ItN wITi MINT SAU1CE ,-'our a teaiopniul of o.iiing water over thI laamb as it lies in the ...
LOVE LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
LOVE LETTERS. ---b-- Men of mature age generally write the most impasioned love-letters. Attachments at that age are deeper, and less anxiety not to compromise one's self is shown and felt. From twenty-five to forty they are more carefully worded, and even occasionally signed with initials. Men between these ages, besides being desirous to avoid committing themselves, are more or less ashamed of any display of sentiment. A young man from eighteen to twenty five wilL inundate the object of his- affec tion with letters full of the most -fervent protestations, as evanescent as they are ardent. After fifty, men are often wise enough to vote the writing of love-letters an un profitable occupation, but some c:rry on the practice to a very advanced age. Their protestations are then ingeniously flavoured with touches of the paternal, which sometimes entirely mislead the un sophisticated recipients. A German of most ages will address his sweetheart in the second person singular, mnd indulge ...
INSECT PESTS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
U]SECT PESIS OF VICTORIA. Perhaps at no time in the history of this colony has s keen an interest been awakened in the growth, consumption and export of fruit as at the pres nt. Tnousands, who a few years since, imagined the prosperity of the country to he identical with the inca ion of stocks and shares, are now-tau:ght by a salutar , if bitter, experience-turning a longing gaze toe.ard the yet unproductive lands of the colony, and see, in the increase of natural Iroducts, fioancial salvation. And in this more"'natural" outlook, the science and pursuit of fruitgroaing occupy a pro minent position in the foreground. Of all rural occupations, perhaps, the culture of fruit trees is .one of the most fascinating; and few orbers. perhaps, so abundantly repay at:ention, industry and forethought. These being almost universally admitted facts, it follows that whatever will, at the present juncture. assist in making fruitgrowing pleasant and profitable. should receive hearty welcome and enco...
BEET SUGAR IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
BEET SUGAR IN ASIA. Many places in Asia formerly supplied with cane sugar from the EaEt Ind:ts are now using beet sugar from Russia. Exp,:ri me.ts with sugar beets have been tried at the eastern tnl of the Caucasus Monntains in the Baku province of i eorgia, and a iarge segar f.itory is being built near the city of Baku, on the Csspian Sea. Petroleum from the oil wells of tuat region will be us.d fr fuel. The output will be shipped by water to the v.st territory bordering on the Cas pian, and especially to the markets of Pt ria. which are now supplied with Russian beer sugar, which is sabj ct to a long and costly overland j orney before reaching the inaund sea. There is also ralroad coummunicarin with the part of Reouu Kale, on tih Black Sea. Thus the millions uf Asia are bet::g steadily carried onard by the progress or civilisation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
,·· ·,i 'e; ,t -- -1 'i .,· ·*· aP1: 9il ·~·~' ~-~-. :~Ja~ss .~-L ·: ~· ·.· ·r, :· I I ··--i: -I ;i ' ·;" · - ''·'"~I:'··. CUR ,fl C INDIGESTION, BILIOUSB TO'RI:EEP~RS ---EADACHE, AND ICO LAINTS. ALL A Y-D 'Ci.~I T, N U T 1 0 E. A. 1 TlLIC MEETING will be held on WEDNESDAY NIGHLIT at the 1Vteclha1i ' ?1all at 8.y o'clck for the purpose of J)PifliOtUig a schemie to relia~re the ex Lrfng local dlistress. rThe. meeting is convcned by a number of. gentlemen intcrested.
FARM AND GARDEN. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
FARM AND GARDEN. SEASONABLE SUGGEOTIONS. Perhaps the most important work at the present time will be the spreading of some kind of mulch on the surface of the ground around the lately-planted fruit trees. As the power of the sun increases, the evapora tion of moisture will become very great un less it be checked by something that will shade the surface. Almost any kind of litter will answer, if it is not too unsightly, but atallevents the surface shon ld be kept cool and moist, so that the growth of the young roots may proceed steadily. There can be no greater fallacy in the management of young fruit trees than to suppose that when they have been planted the work is done. On the contrary, it is just begun, and con tinuous attention from time to time must be given as the price to be paid of future success. The miserable aspect of many or chards, vineyards and orangeries furnishe, a powerful warning against indolence a:1 neglect,. Insect and fungoid pests are always watching the ignor...
INHERENT LAZINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
INHERENT LAZINESS. t "Indolence," says Zimmerman, the German, author of the celebrated treatise on " Solitude," is the great and cardinal sin of human nature." If this be so, we must hold that the n Creator's ordinance to the first man, " In the sweat of thy brow thou shalt eat f: bread," was really a most merciful uispen- a sation. Certainly every sensible parent quickly b realises the infinite value of occupatioin, which is only another name for work. j " Give Tummy something to do, Jane !" P cries the irritable husband, who is trying " to write a letter while his first-born is c clinging around his knees; " and keep a him out of mischief." Yes, labour and industry are blessings, t and idleness is, of all things, the greatest curse. It is hardly too much to say that no idle e man or woman, boy or girl, can be pure minded and honest. " Other men are tempted by Satan," says the ancient Spanish proverb; "'but the idle man positively tempts the devil." T This is precisely the same ide...
GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
. QGENERAL BUSINESS. The President reported having at tended a meeting of delegates in Melbourne:' A lot of business was tran sacted, amongst which a- motion was e carried that; a deputation be forined to e wait on the 1Premier aand urge that the e municipal vote be-allowed to stand as at present. ' Cr Slattery moved' that tenders be called for the erection of a culvert near I Porter's. The work to be done at once. Cr Webb seconded the motion which Fwas carried. Cr Slattery moved that £2 be ex pended in forming and draining on Cemetery-road near Morton's Cr Brady seconded the motion which was carried. Cr Watt moved that the drain at Thornton's be'lowered and that the drain at Fitzgerald's be cleared out, work not to exceed in value 30s. Cr Brady seconded the motion which was carried. Cr Watt moved that' -repairs be effected in fencing up McCormack's hill-; also, the fence protecting the culvert at Brady's swamp be seen to. Cr Slattery seconded the motion which was carried. Cr Brady ...
The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Be lust and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOadB 7, 1893. WITH reference to the matter of the local Asylum, which has been engaging the minds of the Sunbury public of late, we are in a position to supply a few more particulars as to the course of action. It will be remembered by our readers a (deputation was elected at a public meeting at the Sunbury Me chanics' Hall to wait on the Premier, on the suggestion of Mr Staughton, M.L.A., and the date to be arranged for the reception of the deputation was left in the hands of Mr W, A. Eadie, secretary. i-e' now favors us with a copy of the letter, in reply to Mr Staughton, despatched from the Premier's office, which reads as fol lows :- - Prdniier's Office, Melbourne, Sept. 30, 1893. SRS-I have the honor, by direction of the Premier, "to acknowledge the re ceipt of your minute of the 27th inst., forwarding a note from Mr W. A. Eadie, of Sunbury, requesting that an ap pointment may be made for a deputa tion from Sunbury with reference to t...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. - Contributions and all Communications must be directed .to the Editor, Sunbur) 2Vews. No notice can be taken of anony mous communications. Every letter must be accompanied by. the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publicationi but as a guarantee of good faith._ I e wouild respectfully solicit from Secretaries and Managers of concerts or other entertainments the printing ands advertising -..conuected with, the saime, ard feel certain that we can. give satisfaction both as regards we' and price,
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
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POETRY The Mother's Retrospect. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
PIOETRYY The Tother's- Retrospeot. al, alt_ re here-look not at yonder mounds O'. r which the light of sunset softly falls. Ne; on ihe fringes of each little bier T htro i'fl"ii throgh te black and sombra halls- .: Tkey are not lot.-though I, % Niobe, , B3eut o'e: my darlings one by one, ahd prayed That seach a cup might. pani-.yet in the nearer light Ofyears thatthaste I see them new arrayed In robes unspotted by the death damps, free ; Their aligbe ti>gers beckon on to me.'. Good John, the sharer of my joys and fears I see him now on that far summer day ; And oh, how straight and strong and: young in years And like a child with his new plaything gay I And I perhaps was worthy of a-glance, Unless the mirror told deceitful tale ; They called me sylph-like in the village dance Downon the sward at lovely Innisfail. Well, well, that's he-the bent and furrowed brow, Tbhe teeble form in yonder ;spacious chair; Ha's:di~eaming; haply, of the loved and lost ; Th.'y iould be furrowed too-...
CHARGE OF HOUSE BREAKING. WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
CHARGE OF HOUSE B REAKING. WITHI INIEN ' TO COMMIT A' FE LONY. A young man named James Cod nl er-. ford, well--kn wn in Sunbriry, was arrested on Sunday morning: and placed in " duance vile " by Constable ~: Wilson for having, it is alleged, entered mlrs Hlous's residence. in Evan-street, Snnburr, about 2 o'clock on the same morninug." Comlmerf),rd was brought before Mr Clarkson, J.P., on Monday morning. Constable Wilson, on behalf of the Crown, asked for a remand until Wed nesday. 11th inst. Mr Clarkson-Has accused anything to say ?n Constable Wilson to accused-James Clommeriord, you are charged with un lawfully and feloniously entering the dwelling of Mrs House, in Evan-street,,: Sunbury, on the night of Satirday,30h I-; unt., with intent to commit a felony. Have you anything to say why you should not be remanded until the 11th inst? Accused-No, but I'm not guilty. Constable Wilson--You are, not asked to plead, but simply asked if you have anything to say against 'being re manded ...
GARDENING. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
GA B E N IN G. OCTOBER. : FLOWER GARDEN.--FuchSias, petu nias, pelargoniums, hydrhngeas, helio tropes, picotees, phloxes, carnations, penstemons, verbenas, perennial, tuber roses, &c., should be planted out in flower borders. Annual and biennials should be thinned, leaving the strongest plants only, Sow annuals, such as celosia, asters, zinnias, clianthus, dam piere, amaranthus, portulacca, tr color, and globe amarantthus, sunflowers, and balsams. Plant out a few dahlias and gladiolus, for early flowering. Attend carefully to roses this month ; if it is desired to produce fine blooms, they should be looked over, every two or three days, remove suckers as they appear, thin shoots where growing too quickly; if the weather prove dry, aphides (blight) will become trouble some, if so syringe the plants well with cold water applied with as much force as possible. Camellias that are not shapely should be pruned. Roses and other hardy plants may be planted from pots. Keep the surfac...
SPEAK GENTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
SPEAK GENTLY.. Speak gently ! It is better far: To rule by love than fear:i Speak gently-let no harsh words: mar The good we might do hear. Speak gently ? Love doth whisper low The vows that true heartsi bind i An:i gently Friendships aocedts 'flow- Affections voice is kind; . -: Sf eak gently to the little child - I I l b r a Its love be sure to gain ; . Teach it in accents soft and mild. It may not long remain. S;peak gently to the young, for they . ý "W il have enough to bear. :: Pass through this life as best the, may 'Tis full of anxious care. Speak gently to the aged:one. Grieve not the care-worn heart. ihe sands of life are nearly run,: Let such in peace depart. Speak gently,. kindly, to the poor Let no harsh tone be heard;;ý., Tlhe h'ave enough they mustendure \With?ut an unkindi wd`d', : ;_;: Speak gently to the erring.: know, T'h'ale' 'n have toiled in vain ; ,1 Prchance unkindness .made- them so, i( h, win them back agcan! ix;, ', ,ak gently lie wh give hi lilfe l', bien ...
THE OAKLAKDS HOUNDS. THE LAST MEET FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
THE OAKLAKWIS HOUNDS. THE LAST MEET FOR THE SEASON. Several members of the Oaklands Hunt Club having expressed a strong desire for "just one more hunt" this season, Mr M'Dougall readily agreed to fix a meet for Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. and "Dunhelen" was the trysting-place decided upon. No doubt an early morning meet at this time of the year has its many advantages, and on this occasion it proved most fitting, as the morning itself was allthat could be desired, being both fine and mild, whilst later on the hot sun would have almost made- hunting impossible. At the appointed hour a very goodly number of horsemen, also Miss Russell, had assembled, and without further loss of time a move was made -for the home paddock, where almost immediately a fine hare was afoot, which led the field at a rare pace due south until it nearly reached the Greenvale-lane, when it turned north again, going as far as the Sugarloaf Hill, then turned south one more, and finally escaped in Mr Shank lan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
" if jay toall vlo uy it. .ajlfigg. deanngfari i' oe ancqua.ly; vt. Lao aoeIs Utkeapt piPced villt a r tew. T O 1N ..V NTO Ro P AT ENTS Obtained in Colonies and elsewhere frz 3im proved methods or appliances, tools, &c, of any description. Fnll information, costs, &c.; sent on appli cation to A. O. SACHSE, O.E., "WORLD" Patents and Trade ?Marks Oftice. CORNER COLLINS & WILLIA?L STS., : l EF.LBOURNE. STOREKEEPERS . BE ADVISE??D':" Bay Direct from the M anufacturers... Brushware, Bellows, Wire Lines, Tacks, Curry Cdmb,, Axe Hand'ce, Wasbboardsi Clothes Lirt' s, Rope, Hay, Lsthing,.Twinbs, HzlterP, S?wing Twines, Axle Grease, and Clothes Pegs, and other Storekeepbla' Rrquisites. Cash Buyerl for ITors lia r as l Bena? sWex. THOS. IT NcL U &o C MANUFACrURERS S& ?DIPORTEBR,-" 355 & 357 Lonsdale Street, MELBOURNE. SA FE _ BRISTOL'S :p L OM PT-.O -- TED 1; vOi P 0` ' ' ' ? C ?sva s E(4R:
THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 October 1893
A peep at the trousseau of a brid disolosed some wonderfully pretty costumee;: One wa a walking dress, dove gray shot with pink,; rored o! oni o. ~be ,rew~ mterials ,which are neither siik; wtsoolnreri Ivet but a com baationot thithree i .The skirt was trimmed ith bands of shot sil?,:iid a wide, draped' belt of the -same encircled the waist; over the'shoulders werebroad tllt rafflies of thes gQods 1me with- the silk, graunating to~a point at the belt. , A dress of goldea-brown -rpon had a draped ooralet of chestnut - brown silk, with deep epaulettes of lace tailing over the shoulders to meet the eorslet. A brooade dinner gown of heliotrope had the seams of the skirt shaped into a broad tab atthe bottom outlined with a narrow band of purple velvet; the vest and sleeves were: of velvet, and the bodice was .of the Figaro style outlined with'ball fringe. . very woman will agree that to ke well dressed, taste in dress is quite as necessary as money. Every mother should instra into her, d...