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Electric Telegraph. RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

Electric Telegraph. RATES. VIcTORIA.---A uniform rate of 6d. fr 6 words; Id. for eaci-wdrd additional. '? t To SOUTH AUSTRALIA (Port Darwin lind ex cepted).-2s. for. 10 words, and 2d. for each word additional. Press Messages: 3s for 100 words or under, and 1s. 6d. for each additional 50 words or under. After office hours private messages are charged 50 per cent. on ordinary rates. Port Daroin Line: From 2s. to 8s. for 10 words, and 2d. to 8d. each additional word. To NEW SOUTH WALES.-1s. for 10 w?rds and 2d. for each additional word. Press same, as South Australia. To QUEE?nSLAND.-3s. for 10 words, and 3d. for each additional word. Press Messages: 4s. 6d. per 100 words. - To TASMANIA.-2s. for the first 10 words, and 2d. each additional word. Press Messaies: 100 words, 3s. 6d.; extra 50 words, 2s. The signature and address to all messages forwarded to Tasmania must not exceed 10 words, or the excess will be charged for. To NEW ZEALAND.-Uniform charge of 10s. for the first 10 words, a...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLA BULLA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

B UU L LAA CF1.05 OUR OWN COlUSeo.NDENT]J The B1lla State school held their 'piiiic iii_ Mr- A. (Clark's Glengara" nat a great success, there beiig fIully :254 pursues houm all parts (if the district oin the groutld, where a most eumjoyahbl d as ri spenx, mnot a hitch occurring to mar the, pleasures of the l olitduy muakers, although Messrs T. Millar and iMeeking had a Narcoti escape' from; heiri g seriously injured. W'h:e l:inz';e the ediles, etc., to, the rou -d .'Athey wetre, bot! thlrzown; out cif the Veiiiew. S'omle of the eonuuittee quickly has teued to their as':taiice, and aifter ex tricating themi from a couizghonteritec r imass of pastry and fru it, were pleascd 1 tiý it I that they were nut seriously ill jur~fi. l)miring thy: ýftc~rrztiii rae's we tc L'idd for the child-cn. ev-ery chid on ti;. ·I ,"rounid receivinig a prize. The Cull(. tllittee deacr+e grent. pmaise fur" the wa; in wihirlh the art rnwguienrs were, carrie,. out. Swrii- s were. erc·lted ohir 'II(ltar: of -d...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Rates to United Kingdom and Foreign Countries. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

Rates to United Kingdom and Foreign Countries. . da. LETTERS.-For every joz or under ... 0 2j POST CARDS-each ... ... ... 0 1½ REPLY POSTCARDS-each ... ... O 3 NEWSPAPERS-each... ... ... 0 1 COMMERCIAL PAPERS.-4OZ. or under, 2jd.; 6oz., 3d.; every additional 2oz. 1 np to 41b.... ... ... ... 0 1 PRINTED PAPERS, other than newss papers.-For every 2oz. or under up to 41b. 0 1 PATTERNS AND SAMPLES.-For every 2oz. or under up to 11b. ... ... 0 1 REGISTRATION FEE... ... ... 0 8

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

a EDYNARD8 YISB KRN E) v1OJPrY SUNB3;URY EVEAN TpiWD4Y, WEDyv€30#Y, AND FfID,* Postal Infornlalion. Rates for Places in Victoria. s. d. LETTERS.-For every ounce or under ... 0 2 PACKETS. - Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 41bs.. dimen sions not to exceed 2ft. in length, lft. in depth or width; for every 2oz. or fraction thereof ... ... 0 1 Patterns and samplep, packets of mer-. chandise, etc., piaximum weight lib ; dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in length, Ift. in depth or width; rate of postage, for every 2oz. or fraction thereof ... ... .. 0 1 BooKs.-For every 4pz. or under, up to 31b. ..0. .. 1 NEWSPAPERS -For each newspaper ... O .06 Bulk parcels of newspapers, posted by a registered newspaper publisher or newsvendor, per lb. or fraction thereof ...... 0 :1 POST CARDs--each ... .. ... 0 1 REPLY POST CARDS-each .. ... 0 ,2 LETTER CARDS. - Single card, lid; two for 21d.; per dozen, is. 3d. REGISTRATION FEE ... . .. 0 3 Letters marked "Urgent," and bearing 6d. additiona...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

Busiztess. SUPPORT LO(AL TRADESMEN WHEN YOU'. CAN. Published every Saturday.,: ': t ishe ladig advertising I~im oj SUR OUNDING ;DISTRTT ..STATIO .NERS. K"RELIRC 'ATEDI ?TTHE, EOTRE iiiyi Circulates, and. begs to intimate that Ball orders for ' y I ' T i entrustedB <ks a,ý litery PT in stock to meet nearly all below, Melbourne prices. MOST OF THTATE SERIAL OLUMS KPT STOCK - ..a, rye" ":1e o/ 6szrthA'day aua pristr Accoiit Books, &c and all school requisite. Photographic Albums, rap Bookste O uLCT the? eeudntg s tyleat ?. resqremens an rs ols ft a ? [ "? ''? : ,' ?.e? ?' " ?: ' ' i '"'~ : ·f;' : ,?'? Fr SINtVV5 U I L. Brook Street, -·SUDBURY.I· Business. Graha PERMANENT FOOT ROT CURE Ovicura The Ovicura has now been proved to be the Crtain and -Infallible Remedy for Foot Rot, It not oily Cur >r hbut is a Preventrtive. I·,ý - ý_,". .ýR... Nmnero s Testinonials fr;m ,ru-.hdltders of the hi thes standing, notal1'e ý?a .ile..ssr . . a:lfold, Black- Brot., Robertson, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

-Pniness , Vv. ( LAY w- O4,, P: inter, Pa-perl r er AND GTLAZIER. All? iUrs a terias kept on hand aL "MELBOURkE PRICE, --fS MIT1E'S ] kliY:o O'Shanassy Str 't. "SUNBURY. S;. WILSON i GROCER GE ERAL STORRASKREPk R JEVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All goods of the best quality. -? Families waited-on for-ord?ers. WH 3. Paorii UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY' ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER STrS -Y-AI-R-P AVILLE, Builder aid Confraotor Estimates .given fir eVity. description PLA A ?ECIFC ATI ?. Co/ager Buil/, small DIkposr, £alame as Ri O. AllgrdUJinurb "- liod!n ill, F Mr rr "m ' al vIja ;9 Tfederick Carpenter ana Joiner Furniture made to order, UPHiOLSTEREE FREN~EI POLISHER. Repatr: and re-si:fing neatll' done. . Charles Daniel, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, sUpp~lES TJi'E SURROU1DINGI DISTRIeT WiTH IESRiTED WATERS OF THO BES•T· Q: U ,1-TY. L]MONADE, iinGER--Al.E, SOpA-WATJSR. FACTORY,-OA(KLANDS ROAD, George HIirst, -E E?.'C.ATIC.AL BOOT IMAKER, O'SHANA.Q33 8...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

r ý..ý :tr K-ta oi i: #° 3ay, R vs1'r: xsa y f . ý e s . ' r r.? ' t r a h ýa ý y ` rctJ, P 'X gyn ýrt`-' _sý '71 %4~~?i SINTERESI1N "''^'? J . · :F. ::^*;'JK^^'*w1?a*^ 1 - ·::.,?_:?-- ft L. ,phe·a o i o t to - *- dio to stud oldly a:l from an-one of their , mber who acqu:res poplarity in tlhe treat Mnent of certaiD ailments and is really a Medical Sptrci.ist, ne does not heLtta.te to reuot to what he o:s ders1i gi;iunae u.s for the purie ot dijarm ing cynikal ecii cis:ut, at.d of securing as faz Ma he )a 'Ole the coLence of tihe pubil:c. it .o assuredly better to sLek.AsinAner. from the qudie.d przatitioner in pretreeroance the quacr. The true d&i gnation of Iquiv:kery kiongs to tho.e :ahAmeles.ir adcwenrets wip., without a thle trof pnd:cal knowst, edge or a ittle tof cahu to the huonet oodpaxrtmen.i o ti.ie rlle- or the p urct~is extortio{ and d - Ucyndt, sldverti2ing eir o steuri ac R f-ALL3 a lme of the Iowt g:nune f Jte!.e tpul 'l:C c pob assuity i~ose ?sto sC it I I -...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CONCERT AND BALL AT THE MECHANICS' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

CONCERT: Axl) iBALL AT TiIE MfiC HAN[CS': HALL. A concert and hall was given at the Siinbiry Mchanics' Hall on ifonday (l3oxing) night in aid of the funds ,,f thdie lboal cricket club. The ,.buillinrt was prettily decorated. with evetrgre `s and green leaves, and ':use, tog,?ht r with the brilliant lights, un1ae the rotm look gny and brig-fit .- awaiting fistitities. The orierous resptomnsibilities 'obf -chairinnatof the coiniert fell to thl?ibt of Mr W. Caunpbell (a po filar member of .tihe. club), and ._he executed thamn to. complete sajis faction. A. word of praise is: also . due to. the.. secrttary, . [r .. A Eadie, . for the valuable assistance he rendiered in preparih?g ariri emients. Mi-r J. Gileiist likewise deserves 'corhitidniltionh for 'h])is part in the . affair.. The aris/ls a~d ar/?/se' who0i gratuitously offered their vocal. services w-ere both of l1iilt a.nAl Mlbourne fame. > Thile weather was lnagniflcen t f.or. indoor nimas?iit'nt, and tlie iall. was :coimfirta'...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

Be lust and 'elar WLt. SUN3BURY, SATURDAY. D cal,. i ..:L, 31, l, 2. II,\WS AND NOTES,. With this issue of the Sunbury K?'rzs will be found our calenldar for the year .189.3. \VWaile swimming in Jaieksoln's Creek on "aturday Alr Arthur iBoardman was suddenly scized witih c:tamps in about 1. ftet, of walter and went under. LH was restiel, after a st ru3gle, by Mir Herbert )ecg.tan. JBothi the vi\iiii to tht accident uand his rescnor are of this ofiier. The youthful lEmieror of Annamn, is only twelve y:ars old, an l an invete.rate smoker. He is a studlious and serious little boy, with a lingring fondness for the childish toys the' the French Goverimient sends him for amiusemnent. The staff of the Sunbury Asvhun will hold their anual ball 1 on Monday night. If the ieiather rin iains fine the attendai:ce should. b?: la e, aind the affair a .prodigious sucs ss " report of te meeting of tThe Milton thire &otirle11 - held yesterday :will be. pabilish Wii our iitext laste. A secial ...

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A Daring Challenge. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

-aM .A ring .U wIllenge. --+-- ::v.--ting lot my parentst while I wm ? a :?Ohltl, ii ounid Inlls-If early oant adru t la tahe world. I do not I.rouo e to give an accOunttO cf my checkered lile ir,,m the time I :el the Staite of Illinois until I came to Denver, Here I stayed tIroo: yeers, lIving theezo:eed life o a miner, until a il:W WLv?e of the g4d lfever struck tLhe pht:e-, e:and con many were leav ing, bound for minsl at Siuaon BRiver, ?ilaho. I caught the lever and joined the members ctitrnbryo tra?in. cvsistingof tihrra waggone, I. u,.d for this Ian et El Dorado, +in the .a' llalty of Swee:; W?te-r Rtvcr we fortunately tfi. in with an.: j.,; t-d another treain of s- verIteen wagero..- \I .st of thes,'p j:ole were on their way tu O::Xoti, and haiit4d our ad ditlon to their lor;l with .joy, We now numhL-red one hundred men, women and Lohbldren, and twenty waggone, and felt our. s-lves tolerably safe from attack, and soon left the beautiful iureen prairies of tShe Seet Water far ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GEORGE AND GEORGEINA. PART FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

..... GIOR.GEt .AND. GEORGWEINA. [By M.Ac.] PART FIRST. Some years after the great rush that took place from all parts of the world to the gold fie'ds of Australia, I emigrated to there, and landed in Victoria. Left an orphan with no near relatives, and possessed of a small independency, I caUme not so much for the purpose c f adding to my means a as desire to seek adventure. I [I soon got tired of " the fields," and i being- ever fond of travel, and with a < tou,h of the romantic in my composi tion, perhaps, bcgan a roving kind of life, going from one place to another as my 'fancy willed. This I had been doing for some, years, and found myself in the colony of N..ew South Wales on the Mauqnarie river, when,. the incidents 1 am about to narrate occurred, ,old as they proved the most important of my life, I am egotist eniough to think they may be of interest sufficient to excuse my placing theni before the general reader. I may here add. At home I had studied as an artist....

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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EGYPTIANS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

EGYPTIANS IN AMrERICA. The evidencoe of an ancient poprilation in America, auntrior to the Americ'a' lmriaAns, are ofoitr?id'l i. the diSc'vt'ert' of tumrnli, mnounds, ca: :.':n ;:s, frtilicat ns, dt e., JStc d wlhei e'te" piuts of -'ruffrlf strte''rk ii Cire''. ov'k;, an si tare-. have er-n ' . which bear evilde,:e of ha-ing ,btnLrt ?i??,..' of in unknown ruse, it .,t -be, ,h ' 1?t' grantcl that they refer to a wei ~ . nati'n existed gil en to rareLtL, uLra at24 agricultural pur.uits. . . It i:: rrcrded lthait in {Kentuck ;'n the',ite of the ci?.y of Lexirngt?ln, w as f,,in 1 . iai a ?i' e ruins of anri acient ttui, a? icei'itilnhi tirTi in the Ioncel, of Ihe .inietqnete rock , alhor.C fifteen feet below the surface.. of thie eart'h. Thi is dis.co cry was made in '175,"! byy d61e; eof the first settlers, whose curiosity wrs? excited by something reimar ka le ii, thie-ehar acter of the st?nes which coveredl thi. en trance to the cavern. 'Tihev-reumot'edttthesn stones and cime ?I oth...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE FARM. THE AIR A NITROGENOUS FERTILIZER A. L. WINTON, JR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

-- ~ . .. . . . . . . . . . . ... -- -- --.+ - ..... ........ . THE FAR M. --- THE AIR A NITRI,)GENOUS FERTI LIZER A. L. WINTON, JR. Of all the fertilizing elements required by plants, nitrogen is the mist expensive, co-t- i ing over twice as nuch as soluble phosphoric acid, and three or four thnes as nmuch as potash. This high cost is not, however, lecause of its scarcity ; on the contrary it is a very comnmnont element, forming over th~ree fourths of the air about us. Over every acre of our farms, there hangs suspended enough nitrogen in a free or ilnln!tiine' condition to be worth about £2000.000, if obtained in a proper state of cheuicil com bination of other elements, but the manu facture of nitrogenous fertilizers cheaply from the air has not yet been accomplished. We have been obliged to bring nitrate of soda, guano, sulphate of ammonia, tankage, blood, etc., from different parts to u1mael. good the deficiency of this most important element in onr worn-out soils. Recent exper...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 31 December 1892

.FAR3M AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPOIRT. Mr Goo. Evans, Au'tioneer, Western 'Market, reports (: 8 Dee), :-Fresh Butter: A short supply to hand, owcing to . the holidays, anu market dull. I sold best dairies froum 8.d to 9.-d per lb. with a few special s)'rts higher; medium to good 7½d to 8d pastry sor ts lower. Potted butter: Best dairies, 8_d to 94 per lb; good to 8d: 'anid pastry, 74 to 7.d; new aind second u-hand casks supplied. Eggs: guaranteed .ius. 9,d per dozen. Cheese: Market dull, fioin 3~4d to 5id per 11, according to quality. Hans :Sd to 8.-d. Bacon, town cured, to 7Ad. Garden honey, Very dull of sale at 22d per lb. Beeswax to 10.d per lb. Poultry: Very little to hand: Fowls brought from 2s to 4s 6d per pair; geese 4s 9d to 7s; ducks, 2s Gd to 3s 9d. Turkeys: Hens 7s to 9s; grobbleis, 16s to 24s. per pair according to the ize. Orates supplied on application I receive skins of all descriptions for :e; returniug for same fuli market iLattS .:

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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PAINTING ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

PAINTING ON SUNDAYS. It is well-known that artists are in the constant habit of painting on Sundays, and Mr. Frith, in his most interesting biog raphy, tells us how in the early part of his career he followed the same practice. For thelast thirty years, however, although in dessantly at work, he ceased to paint on Sundays, " believing," he says, "that one day in seven was required for rest;" and he adds, "I suppose there never was a more industrious painter, or one who produced a greater quantity of good work than my old friend Sidney Cooper R.A., whom I once hear4, say in reply to an inquiry as to whether he painted on Sundays, ' No, it I can't get my living in six days I shouldn't manage it in seven.' And, putttng aside graver reasons for not pursuing the habit, I would advise all students to ;et apart one day in seven for rest. I attribute my lon continued good health to my perseverance in the practice t'h I recommend." Salt moistened with lermon-ju;ee will take almost all stains...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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HOW TO MAKE A GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

HOW TO MAKE A GIFT. A certain New Yorker, whose income par. rits the gratification of his genepous in; pulses, wanted to send a substantial gift to an old friend, a clergyman, whose small parish in a distant community vouchsafed kim more of love and reverence. than salary. '" I'm going to send 13. 100 dollars," the New Yorker announced to his wife one day in December. "Are you?" she said, " I'm glad." Then iater a minute, she asked; " How will you send it ?" "By cheque, of course," was the reply, "' How else should I ?" But the wife demurred. "It seems a little too-too sordid, doesn't it, for a man like Mr. B.? Let me manage it, may I?" and the husband consented. On Christmas morning a registered ex press package was delivered at the little western parsonage to Mrs. B. She popoed It wonderingly and found a flat bot. Goipg further, a mat of silk paper was removed and a dainty booklet of Chtistmnas remem brance was disclosed. This was taken out and admired and the card bencgth it read...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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EVENING DRESS. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

EVENING DRESS. GENTLEMEN, Mr A. Allan ,, Beck ,, Boyle ,, A. Baird ,, Bell. ,, Beattie ,, Burke ,, irge ,, Benedict ,, .Breen ,, Brown . ,, A. F. Boardman ,, M. Cahill ,. G.Carleton ,, J. Carrol ,,W. Carrol ,, B. Campbell ,, Gocoran ,, Campbell ,, Clyne ,, Deegan ,, Daniel , Dunton ,, Davis ,, Dillon . ,, Dunton ,, Fahey ,, Farelly ,, Forbes ,, Foley ,, T. Fitzpatrick ,, Ford ,, Griffon' ,, Grant - ,, Giles G,, reenwood ,, J. G-egor ,, Gugger ,, Hammer ,, W. Hally . ,, Hall ,, Hoffernan ,, Honan ,, Hall ,, Inkson ,, Dr A. A. Johnston. . ,, Kiing .,, Kelly ,. Kearney Ki,, ley ,, Loonie ,, Lcyden ,, Malloy ,, W. Maconoclie ,, J. McDonagh .... M H :ath ,, M. cDougall " , Macartney i, Mallane ,, McLea-i Muir ,, Macartney ,, Mo)noghan ,, aloney ,, McCormack ,, J.Mounsey M ilne ,, MaCnamara . ,, F. Millett ,, Morris ,, Nunana ,, DrO'Brien ,, Oxenhan ,, Owens ,, O'Brien Poell - . ,, Porter ,, Phibbs Parkiias ,, W. Ryan ,, Rutherford ," J. Ryan ,, Ricakaby ,, T. Stephenson ,, J. Sweeney : ,...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ALL YOU CAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

• aaInot do much," said a little star, " To roudar the dark world bright; $Iy eilvery beams will not struggle far Through the folding gloom of night; Sut I'm only part of God's great plan, ao I'll cheerfully do the best I can." '"What can be the use," said a teeeo cloud, " Of these few d;ops that I hold ? Xhey will scarcely bend the lily proud, If caught in her app of gold; Suut I, too, am part of God's great plan, Flo my treasures I'll give as well as I can." A child went merrily forth to play, But a thought, like a silver thread, Sept winding in and out all day, Through tlh happy golden head: ?Aother said, ' Darling, do all you can, 'or you are a part of God's great plan." 0he knew no more than the glancing star, Or the cloud with its chalice full, Row, why, or for what all strange things were, Bhe was only a child at school; ut. she thought, " It is part of God's :great plau, T*hat even I should do all that I bas." o bshe helped another child along, When the road was rough to the...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BULLA BULLA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

BULLA BULLA. PFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Friday. One day last week whilst Mr C. Whelan was engaged stacking, lie lifted a tram of hay, and was surprised to find a gigantic snake hlvefeett log protruding' fioum beneath it. He smartly despatched the reptile. Mr C. Fisher and 'Miss A. Bethell are to enter into the holy bonds of matrimony on Wednesday next. A good beginning for the New Year. A. great day is expected. A " surprise party" journoved to NMr A. Hattey's residence "Greenvale," Bulla on Boxing Night, whore a most enjoyable night was spent. The weather as I!write is inclined for rain, light showers falling. L amartm.,?=?? ?.-. rm,=. .,-?u,

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FANCY DRESS. LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

FANCY DRESS. LADIES. Miss Byrne suited a Grecian Lady's costume to perfection, which lookedvery .pretty. Miss Barnes, with whip, spurs, and gay colours made a splendid jockeyess. Miss Boardman, representing Joy Bells, lent additional music by tlh jingling of the bells with which her dress was bedecked. Mrs Boardman quite surpassed her self in a pretty representation of Night. Miss Condon was prettily dressed as a Lady Cricketer. Miss Dowler, as My Sweetheart, commanded attention. Her sweethearts were numerous. Miss C. Fox appeared as Princess Florina and her rich costume lent her a splendid appearance. Miss E. Fox supplied a gayness to the scene as Princess Louise. Miss B. Fox looked exceedingly nice in Uvaun's Garden Dress. Miss Fahey. made a splendid French Phesant, her dress looking very nice. Miss Ford graced the floor as a school girl and looked the ideal to perfection. Miss Gibbons won the admiration of the company as Carmen up to date. Her dress was thought to be absolutely i...

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