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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

NEWS AND NOTES e The ordinary monthly meeting of the t Bulla Shire Council will be held at the t Shire Hall, Bulla, on Thursday. s O'n Sunday last a valuable horse be- u longing to Mr Bell got entangled irt a r wire fence enclosing Mr J. J, Gellie's a property at the side of the Lancefield Road. The animal had its two hind v legs caught in the wire, and was ex- c tricated, after some considerable trouble, t by Messrs. J. Jchrston, P, Brown, . ;, Fanning, and H. Deegan, who fortu nately happened to be passing. Only for the timely assistance rendered, it is I just possible the horse would have re ceived a permanent injury through t plunging to get free:. These wire fences are dangerous items, particularly when situated along roadsides. The Sunbury Quadrille Assembly will hold a dance at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening. This is the last social of a season which has proved both successful and enjoyable. Special music has been engaged for the occasion, and a large number of patr...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORE FANCY ICINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

MORE FANCY TCINGS. Almond Icing.-One pound of blatrehed' sweet almbnds, tbree cup, of powdered sugar, whites of three eggs. ond the almonds to a paste in a bowl, add ;the sugar, the eggs whipped stiff, and a teaspoonful of extract of rose. 'Stir and beat tihoroughly and it is ready t, use. Excellent Boiled Icing.-Pnt one cup of: white sugar'ani two tablespoonfnul of water in a pan and boil until it will harden in cold' water. Di not stir it while it is: boiling. Ha'v : read the white of one egg; beaten to a very stiff froth Pour the syrdp on the egg, beatingit all the time. Add aý teaspoon ful of flavoring and cuntinue to beat until the icing Is cold. Transparent Chocolate Icing.--Melt three tablespoonfuls of fine chocolate in a very little water, stirring it constantly. Htve ready 4j thick syrup made by lboiling to gether one cup of granulated sugar and one fourth cup of water. To this add the melted chocolate and boil till very thick. Brown Sugar Icing. Make a fine white icing at ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

' THE HOME CIRCOLE. DUMPLINGS.-Oae pint floui,.half tea spuon salt, two teaspoons bakidg powdier; maix with one scant cup sweet milk into a ,lough so.t enough to handle easey. Roll it oft- hhlf.inch thick, cut into s?iall rounds, and drop· into the;boiling stew, of mix sof er and: drop by the spoonful; cook toi minut's. -ROLL JrLI.L CAKU.-Tbrce eggs, one cup sugar, two tablespoonfuls sweet! milk, two teaspo3nfuls xtract. BAKgti EGS..-T*elve harf-looiled eggs, half-pint of cream, butter the siza of an egg, a little parsley chopped fAei onu table spoonful of flour; tako creeai,,btittcr, pars ley, and flour, mix and cook utntil thick. S'ice the egis, ani after each layer of eggs a4di one of bread critmbs, over which pour tha cream to cover. Wheo the dish is full bake till brown. Garnish with aarsloy and serve while hot. STrAfBiSRIES AND BAANNAd.-Qlartter two rlptF banani lengthwise ; then cut the 'qnarters into smaall slc' s, and imix them with a quarter of strewberries, iand usuil qua...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TALE OF THE UNDERGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

A TALE OF THE UNDERGRPOUND. An old lady, travelling .on the: Under ground Bailway in London, and; finding that the train was approaching a istation, addressed herself to a man sittinj in the further corner of the compartment, her' only fellow-passenger, and said- " Would you tell me, sir, what! is the next station P" " It is Bayswater, madam," iras the reply. ' Then would you mind, sir, when we arrive, opening the door, and helping-me to get out of the train ?" " I will help you out, madam, with plea sure," was the courteous answer. " Yousee;" the old lady went od to 'ex-. plain, " I sa well on in years, andi I have .to get out slowly aid backward.i ad when the porter sees me getting out he shout., " Look alive, ma'am I" and gives me a push from behind--and I'e' been ro?tad the circle twice alread, and that ii often enough." ' You hare my sympathy, madam," said the courteous passenger, and he stepped out, and mounted guard over hri while she slowly gravitated to the platform. In pro...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. Lizzie and the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

POETRY. Lizzie and the Fabyr I wonder ef all the wimmin air Like Lizzie is when we go oht To theatres and concerts whdae Is things the papers talk atlout. Do other wimmin fret an' ater Like they wuz bein' orucified, Frettin' a show or conoert thrbugh. With-wonderin' etf the baby cried ? Now, Lizzie knows thatgranma'sthere, 'rTo seetht everythl4tg is right; Yet Lizzie thinks that graunm's care Ain't good;enufi fr baby quite. - Yet what am I to answer when She. kind.uv fidgets by my dide, An' asks me everyo now an' thn, "I wonder ef the baby cried P" Seems like she seen two little eyes A-pinin' fr their mother's stnile; Seems like she hearn the pleadin' cries Uv one she thinks uv all thb while. An' so she's sorry that she colhe, An' though she allus tries tb hide The truth, she'd rather stay tb hum, Tnan wonder et the baby clied. Yes, wimmin folks is all alike- By Lizzie you kin jedge thee rest; There never wus a little chap' But that his mother loved him best. An' next to bein' what ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) SIR,-It must be admitted that Mr H, H. Wilson has an inventive genius, for amongst the many devices for at tracting public attention he has not forgotten to howl about the relief of our local poor ; though, as a matter of fact, poverty in its true sense exists nowhere in Sunbury, save in the imagination of our worthy constable himself, When a man takes upon himself a task of such importance as that indicated by him on the night the self-appointed secretary and chairman of the relief committee were airing their views, it is of much importance that his statements be sup ported with at least sonme show of evi dence ; but this was beside the purpose of Mr H. H. Wilson, who, when challenged by Mr P. Eadle to name a single case of pauperism, evaded the question by the lame remark that he would not mention names-and in this he may be excused, as indeed there were no names to mention. I have never yet known a bad cause made better by a bad defence, and o...

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 — 21 October 1893

RAI [A 1 " E i' R?\ i+ i I'r 3 I 01.' tAX 21. I !I' '. { I 2endig;o tk .. ýti 1 1~ _'. 7.20 (L rnIcitt :Squar' '12 ' I" 7.23 1?iinrood f -' list~ II. v.-iswn o i"' - Vi; 1L 73 1._., 8. 10 ý' Re1 klst';ile Jtlti ..1 " n ; 1 3 4 E74 I ' } i Kvneton L"' 1 9.1» . (; ftrlst~o T~rl ,.s "' te Wo dead Et ?~ .?2 ' ý13 ' 9.427 GIcrne 7.Ii ?.'= 5 Ianýýf I J ltii. i b ... { :', ,.17; " JunFi 5.01 FootscraýýVe'!S5 ... ¶ ¶ MliddleF tscra ": .. ¶ 4 ¶ N Melbourne 796 94 4.4- 1 11.11. Melbourne 9 .109.5 ' 7 15 -)fS' ¶i$c. r wb :iTi .<FE1 WUi'1RN6 4'<i I3ti i"--, cIn~rrtli~ - It .ti t'1" 1) in. p m. p.m. Mb el}tourltne r' 0 I2.1.5 5.10 ... 7.15 Nc Mebcnirnc t , .3 jo 7.15 'Middlell t".cr~. *.... § Foo ts$rVraV .\. Brat vhrool" Jtu . . . 8t A~lbans 7. 1`. I'.' :. 7.39 I)i~ge's ortRst §" *"uubury 737 1. 5. . .. 8.1S P'~eI sr'1tcId~ Ju 18. 1.3 J1 4. IS A C rne 8.24 '. .0 . )4 9.11 4'~leedon 3 2:10 1).30 5.59 9,21 oodCnIld iile' 2.l! (p;49 7.20 9 :3t Car1li'uhe 8.7 ' , 3'2 S.5 § air...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS) Sir,-In your last issue I noticed that a Public Meeting was held in reference to existing distress in Sun bury, and also that my lease had been mentioned as one of the many that are without means of support, which I beg to refute. I have had boarders for some time, which keeps me from being destitute. Certainly the illness that has overtaken me has brought me down a little, but not to such an ebb that I need public charity.-Yours, etc., M. WILSON, Evan Street, Sunbury. [No names were mentioned iu - issue of the 14th inst. as to the destitute of Sunbury-Ed. S. N.]

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

POSTAL i3Q S. Postal £' Outes mn-1v ho oYbta oned ° and wil; be l~aý:;i1 :iuy Honey Office iii the Colour blt vet's( the hours of 9Ja.m .11 31.111. ont we 'l da. Satturday excepted. ;ui 1)c :. weduiele 1Oa.mtt.ý and noon. The Following are the tlotlioiinationz Of th.e Notes that. xiil be issueds and the price charged for tlietui:- For a Postal Note of Is. or -Is. 6d. the pl~~uui~gŽ .._ .4... For a 1 os'Kti N..3:; o >, 2'. - ., 3s., us bd.. 4s., or s. o d., tde pouiid age is. ... Id For Postal . i ' n .'* or 7s. bd., the poundageis .. 2d For a Posta l NOfe of 1JOs. Ids. 6d., I os:, sir ?U,., tltc. 1)o auliag is'. ° 3d The valui of Ii a . I.r been' se arrT.aiiue' ti d1:s ~.u'. ý-un of 1,1li-is and Si~l).C ii nit to :(lire'2 P.i llO I ii itay be r ivt it tu l3 u!ct i11:n1.e tue 1iao w :io i these fluteS. S~thuuiJi _. ho1. 'eloImastsuit broken siu :us 0:'. :it ui:.liiterateil Sta~l]I, t i) i i0 );'t uuany ainmi -~i hestte an tif oit' :w1 th S -.i~ lo~ s el t': 1 !Z'e s1uilQ~ for~ the...

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DRAUGHT CLUB FOR SUNBURY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

DRAUGHT CLUB FOR SUN BURY. (TO THE EDITOR OF TBE SUNBURY NEWS.) SIR,-Seeing that a revival of the game of draughts has taken place throughout the colony of late, I think we have the nucleus of a good elub in Sunbury, and would suggest that a club be formed forthwith. I have no doubt there are a number of gentlemen in this district who would be willing to join, and spend a quiet, though, at the same time, highly interesting evening at the scientific game. As an incentive to the formation, I would suggest that a match be arranged between the Benedicts and Bachelors of Sunbury, when I am sure such players as Messrs. W. A. Eadie and A. Fraser would worthily uphold the honor of the Bachelors against their older, and probably more experienced, married brethren. Trusting to hear more of the matter.--I am. etc., LOVER OF DRAUGHTS. Sunbury, 20th October.

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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

* OPE~N FORD 0l 'JE , The', 'Post (iick vn ii lde open from 9 aa;wl till tP.111. for dra iirvcr of letters, I1.Sp;tr atll't%, ad it will s iie olSii f·, r lktt1r di: ditre only from after the arrival of tlip 7.1 p.111. train till 8.30 p.m. Stamps obtained ti)o 8 p.ul. *Tho hours for registra.tion of letters are £911 a.1':1' ti j).Vil. The tl raelog port jion of. the offlse will. beiope. fromh s` i) am.al: tiill 8 p.m. All tlegranlis to~ast he AV iueul ii inki. * Money, Q erd andi Savings Bank *busilouss will hoe trM;.:cttil front 10 a.m. tii3 p.m.-l . Saurlda fr1ys from 10 a.U till I:? "iooii.'fo IQam The Savi'ingIs Ba:lnks will also be opnri 00 Satli~ obi s I ;txi'l t lt'ei ilo 10r~ 6i p.mi and S p.m. fuor th' r:.tcipt iof `dt'poaia i ouly, I Cl1Erriw v'S wil! not b'' r'crived i i ncan neetronl w~d allyo of iiaŽ a'Sojt5 Office-s

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STREET LIGHTING FOR SUNBURY. AT THE COUNCIL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

STREE'T LI?GHTINQ FOiR SUNBURY. AT THE COUNCIL TABLE. On Thursday last, at the meeting of the Bulla Shire Council, Councillor Starkie questioned the Engineer as to the water supply and street lights for Sunbury. He said, through the ad-. vantages of the Press, the ratepayers knew exactly what was going on, and repeatedly asked him as to the progress of these movements. Be had been one to vote for the council to give Mr Daniel £25 to attend to the matter of a water supp!y, and up to the present he. had not fulfilled his work. Mr Daniel said, practically speaking, hY ?-ild expe4dEd tle- X25 before-he commenced the survey for a water supply-by the employment of labor, etc. The weather and his recent illness had put him back with these works, Councillor Starkie said he was. answerable to the ratepayers for these things, and they objected to thedelay. Councillor Duncan said lie had a letter from the Rev. Charles Ford. tonch~ing on the street lighta, inresponse to an application to him fo...

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AUSTRALIAN SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

,AUST ILLIVANY SE ASONS. Aumn: beginson i 2.ithb Winter on June 21s: (Lhe shortest Spring on. Sentember. 23rd. Summer , on- December 21st (the ongest day). From an oxtended series of observa fins made at the Melbourne Observatory, it appears that, on the average, the hottest period is from the 21st to.thie25t of January, and the coldest fron the 20th to the 24t.h of July. Thes? periods are. therefore the natural midsummer and midwinter.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] SUNBURY RELIEF FUND. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

CORRESPONIENGE. [We do not necessarily identif ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] SUNBURY RELIEF FUND. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS), SIR,-At the public meeting held on the 11th inst., for the purpose of de vising means to alleviate the local ex isting distress, I fear my remarks were not sufficiently clear, therefore, with your permission, I shall endeavor. through your valuable journal, to be more lucid. Having been asked to take up a subscription in the township for two or three who are in dire need, I felt I could not do so without trespassing too far on the generosity of most of whom I have before called on and received from. So I set myself thinking what would be the best course to adopt, and it struck me, as there were several hard-working men about the town out of employment, who would be glad of a little to keep the pot boiling until something better turned up, that it would be a good opportunity to make an effort to im prove our Recreation ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

3'l12 MAGI C SOAP f.ý°, v& \ trM-tuf J usice ro~i eo r apiaces, Tos nv f )r n'.iri, crsft, kc., 6 cnon app cation to SWORLD" P teas and Trade Marks Office. CO ti 3R CoLrINS & WILLIAM SSm.1: MELBOUBRNE. M ty d n Cl neR a'. -' han io 4 . Ceý Fr 7 plindo ýoosSc o Y ý ý tl y ý,ýN}"y aýS I Ei Cors~RC~tISS6 mcýJor T~frql E LEt\4S OF PURITY. i N / S N i~& A'4

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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PHASES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

-LiASES OF TIlEl M10N. NEW MIOON. Mtouith. lay of ilio'th. Time. Ja;lnary Wednesday 1$ 11 8 a.mn February lFridaay 17 1 57 a.nm March Saturday 18 2 13p.m" April M ,Aiv'y 17 12 .14 a.m, May Tesday Tucsay 1 8 27 a.m" Juine Wednesday 14 3 3 31 p.m July Thursday 13 10 27 p.m. August Saturday 12 6 26 a.m. September Sunday 1)0 4 45 p.m October Tuesday 10 .6 7 a.m. November Wednesday 8 10 37 p.m. D)ecember Friday. 8 5 20 p.m. FULL . M .OON. January MIondayv 2 11 2 1 p.m. February WVednesday 1 11 51 n.m. March Friday 3 1 43 a.m. April Saturday 1 4 58 p.m. M:Ondlay 1 9 3 a.m. Y. \Vednesday31 1 2 a.m. Jnne Thursday 29 4 5 p.m. July Saturday 29 5 50 n.m. iuguist Sunday f 2 G 63 p.m. September Tuesday 2 6b 3 a.nm. October Wednesday5 5 S p.m. Novem er .....Friday 21 3 4 a.m, De e?.r.. Saturday 3 2 17p.m

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A GOLD MEDAL. A STORY FOR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

A GOLD MEDAL. A STORY FOR Boys. I shall never forget a lesson I received when at school. We saw a boy named Watson driving a cow to pasture. - In the evening he drove her back again, we did not know where, and this was con tinned several weeks. The boys at tending school were nearly all sons of wealthy parents, and some of them were dunces enough to look with disdain on a scholar who had to drive a cow. With admirable good nature, Watson bore all their attempts to annoy him. "I suppose, Watson," said Jackson, another boy, one day, " I suppose your father intends to maks a milkman of you ?" " Why not ?" asked Watson. " " Oh, nothing. Only don't leave too much water in the cans after you use them-that's all." The boys laughed, and Watson, not in the least mortified, replied " l'ever fear ; if ever I'm a milkman, I'll give good milk and good measure." The day after this conver3ation there was a public examination, at which the ladies and gentlemen from the neigh boring town were presen...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CHEATED BY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

OHEATED BY DEATH. Stonecliff louse had at last found an occupant. For eight weary years-ever since the terrible tragedy that had saud denly ended the brilliant career of its young owner, a fatal quarrel with a friend-the house: had remained un tenanted, the new owner livinig in a foreign land, and sthe house being very ditfficult to let. It was very, old, built of stone, and now much decayed. it stood by itself on a wild and rugged cliff, about one mile from a small fishing village on the North-east coast. Except for a pleasant view from one of the win dows, it was about as dreaty a spot as one could possibly choose for a residence. Major Lane had now come to reside there, and great excitement reigned in the village as a consequence. That he was a wealthy man was apparent from the style he maintained, the many ser vants, and the beautiful horses he was seen galloping daily through the village. Where he came from and who he was the villagers were left to conjecture, and many were the...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

o N I G K e Fr, The Bohemian Cricket Club did aot put in an appearance last Saturday to contest the match arranged with the local first eleven, A wire was received on Saturday morning intimat;ng that the Bohemians had taken a judicious step in postponing the match, the weather being so unpropitious. The Juniors, despite the inclement state of the weather last Saturday, took the field against a team of 15 represent ing the schools, and were defeated by a wicket and 5 runs. The Juniors, who sported a weak team, went to the wicket first, and compiled86. Ninety-one, with 1 wicket to fall, was obtained by the schools when the stumps were drawn, The pitch was very heavy, and quite detrimental to any brilliant play being shown. The following eleven members of the Junior Cricket C(lub are requester'. to meet at the ZNews office at 12 o'clock to-day, to proceed by coach to New Gis b:,rne, to contest the first of the trophy matches :-l). Asker (captain), A. F. Boardnman, A. Clayton, G. Elliot...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GARDENING. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 21 October 1893

GA E N I N 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, tricolor, and globe amaravnthus, 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 surface o...

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