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SUNBURY RECREATION RESERVE. A SLIGHT ON THE MELTON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

SUNBURY. RECREATION RESERVE. A SLIGHT ON THE M..ELTON COUNCIL. Yesterday, at the meeting of the Melton Shire Council, the President, Cr White, read a private letter from Mr T. Whelan on behalf of the people of .Sunbury, asking that a public meeting be convened to appoint trustees to the recreation reserve, He (Cr White) said tlia it required a requisition, signed by a number of ratepayers in the Melton Shire, to allow him to call a public meet ing. It appeared the Sunbury people wanted to vest the land in trustees in the Bulla Shire. Cr Beaftie said such a thing had never been heard of. He considered the council had been slighted as the Presi dent had only receivedaprivate letter and the council had not been consulted at all about it. Mr Deegan explained that he was sure the people of Sunbury did not wish to slight the council in any way. He believed the recreation ground had been reserved for Sunbury, and if it was necessary to approach the council as a body with reference to the p...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

GRAVE AND GAY. -- ? . Teacher : "Now. children, can any of yon tell me the feminine of 'Beau?' Come, Johnny, can you tell me what it is?" Johnny : " Yes, please, teacher, ' Arrow.' " His Mother : " Willie, you will wear the life oat of mel Why can't you bea good little boy like little Harry Toogoso 3 ?' Willie : " Expect he's been brnung up a good deal better'n I've been." A Pleasant Job.-Kindly O'd Geao: "Well, my little man, what woni i you like to be when you grow up 7" L ! tle M i n: "I'd like to be a nice old gentleman like you, with nothing to do but to walk ab ut and ask questions." Little Boy:. " What's all these women here for ?" Little Girl: "They've boen upstairs to see the baby." Little Boy : SBabies is plenty 'nough." Little Girl: " Yes, but this is a new one, an' I expects they wants to see the latest fashions." S"Pa," he exclaimed, "my teacher says some plants are masculine gender and some feminine. Now, I know what trees are, do you?" The father's curiosity was excit...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

N. WIMBLE, (Late Secretary for Lands and Registrar of Land Tax), Valuer, Land, Estate; Pinancial, and Selectors' Agent, 317 COLLINS ST' TP , MELBOURNE. Crown Tenants' Busine?s Promptly At'endcd to. £10,000 TO LEND in large and small sums on app:o7ed grazing a?d agricultura farms, itatony ,2rY3 tet'said TP AT EN T S Obtained in Co!onieq ati' els-awhere bo im proved methods, or appliances, tools, &c., of any description. Full information, costs, &c., sent on;appliu cation to . A. 0. SAOHSE, C.E., ".WoRLD" Patents and Trade Marks Ov8ie QRgsEB COLLI.IS'& WILLLAM STS g, t MELBOURNE. , ? . / '

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LOCOMOTIVE WHISTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

LOCOMOTIVE' WHISTLES. When locomolir~s were first built, and bhgan to trundle their Emall loads up and do wn th': newly and ru'iely constructed rail ways of'England, the country roads were for the most part crossed at grade, and the ez:gi'te-driver had no way of warning of his atprosch except by blowing a horn. This 1 horn, at may be imag[n- d, was far from be ing a sufficient warning. If a cow strayed upoin -the track, " so much the worse for the co)," as old George Step'enson said. But by-and-by it became inconvenient for others than the cows. One day in the year 1833 a farmer of Thornton was crossing the railway track on one of the country roads with a great load of ergs and butter. He was going to Leicester to seli the produce. Just as he came out upon. the track a train approachel. Toe engineman blew his tin h-rn lustily, hut the farmer did not hear it H; drove ?quarelv upon the track, and the envine plangel into 'his wagon. Fortunately the farmer was not serious'y injured ; bu...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XXX.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

QUEEN OF HEARTS; ; OR; -. . Love's Devotion. . By MBS. G. ShiELDON. ----- to CHAPTER XXX.-(CONTINUED). .a Shirley - as utterly wretched as she realised something of what Lord Wallace. in was suffering, and she would gladly have borne almost any amount of pain rathLr th than have caused this grand, true essi be such sorrow. • C -u Tears gathered in her eyes and rolled to slowly over her cheeks. One dropped uphy wi the crimson cushion against which she was al leaning, where it caught the sunlight, like another diamond, and flashed its trembling m gleam up into Neil's gloomy eyes. He started slightly as he caught sighft te of it, and turned his glance quickly upon la the sad-hearted girl before him. m " Ah! you are crying for-me," he sa'd, remorsefully. "Do not-pray do not ! fo am keenly wounded, it is true; but in time re I shall perhaps master the grief caused by at this unexpected blow. My whole life," he in went on with a slight hardening of his ev voice, " has been full of pain an...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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M'CUSKEY'S BRIDGE. ANOTHER COLLAPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

M'CUSKEY 'S BRIDE. ANOTHER COLLAPSE. At the meeting of the Bulla Shire Coun ci on Thursday ] 9th inst a communicationi as r'iad from Mrs McCuskey, Holden, s:i follows:-.The surface damage done to ay property by the traffic during t- ti time the .bridge was building t Sir about four months, is worthy of com- a {7pensation, I consider it is worth £5, fi and if the council still desire to go through my paddock they can do so for 5s per a week. Councillor Duncan thought compen- r Sation necessary for the use of the road through McCuskey's property. t Cr Starkie moved that the amount of £4 be granted. He said Mrs McCuskey s should be compensated for the damage done to the property during the erection a of the bridge. Councillor Bell seconded the motion, which was carried. The motion embodied the fact that 5s per week should be given to Mrs "McOuskey for the future use of the property, Councillor Duncan said, as the bridge I had collapsed a second time, some t?thing should be done with it...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

. .- .,~~;.-, Business. . ALFRED BUTLER, . PRACTICAL .. Boot and Shoe Maker S(Late Foreman, E. Quais London). -:-.-O'SHANASSY STREIL' , -' : ~ SU' NB3URY. .epa' neatli y executed. Charger mcdri-*t. - W. OLAYTON, -Painter, Paperhanger A.T.TD GKBjLAZIBlE?. All trade materials kept on hand at SMELBOURNE PRICE, O . ESTI ATES GIVENo-; O'Shanassy Street, SUNBURY. W. . BEA i IAL,- zI UILDER AND CONTRACTOR, C fRPENT ER .& JOINER.` SEtimates given for all kinds of work. S Orders promptly attended to. i BROOK STREET, -.Charles Daniel I:. -CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, S u? ,8U pLIES TiE SURROUNDING BiSTRIrT S.:: WITH AERATED WATERS OF THI BEST .QUjIIbTY. Li IlMONADE, GINGER-ALE, BODA-WATMAR FACTORY,-OAKLANDS ROAD, :B U3- TL I? A. Geo. Straughen, S.JEGS to inform the inhabitants ;of 'JD Sunbury that he is prepared to Deliver NEW MIL K daily . atf 3d. per quart. . Springvale Dairy, S SUNBURY. TI DOOD, -FENCING PALINGS, SBRICKS, &c. S JA MES WHELAN - Begs to Notify to the Inhabitants of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

E~ve. 11scripaon of. - ;S' sCUTED CAI FULLY3"' ?i . - -- AND WITH D*6 P *66 6 1,':. a 4k 11 . 11 f Business THE -. TILE.... Sunbury News 7 rfL'lHE D tvEmrA SATURDA Y Al - :l1.:the News of fthe Week, d-P- MI'- . * 0 i o:r:Ioed' to all p~ir.s of the *1AUSTRA LIAN PRICE'TNS O-. CAS : ::";: ADVEFRTISEMENTS:- .. Wi; V:?tte Servants "16 words 1,l U "rYl an't d it ut?.ion .. i " ', 1 0.·: ..To ..- . se.. 0.: - ?Board & Re.idence,.?? ;;?" ::1O -.Wan:e,. to fhuy .?:i ?:};, :i1 0 - F-p rim . -'-e "... 1,o .. : 0 ? i Stdulin~ Advihertisnid mts at: Re-so nabie Rate a: ,er Agre-mnt. 3/0 ~ O DL YOPEDFO PT R Suffeer Best Friend.R 0+ P.iCE OPa CASH~~e'eNr'r I, : :.··. : lincl DiSordernts 16ff ctit toe IVer, " 'Wn" Sitnulation, d H 0wel Ths Piils ca b confie ti recommentedI as ?the rna't certain remedy for indig,-?ui,-. -'flat .lency, acidity, heartburn, coltc, conmita tion, and all the rney maladies i 10ultin : from "discr.?er,:, .stomach or bowe!?. T'h.e lPdt', :are alteratives and .streng...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

NEWS AND NOT-E- - In our last issue we stated that the case in which Mr ,James Rigg, of Sunbury, sued Constable Barry, of Longwood, for £250 for alleged wrong fiul arrest as a vagrant, had been settled satisfactory to both parties. Since then the Benalla correspondent to the Age advises :-" The case against Constable Barry, of Longwood, in which a man named James Rigg, of Sunbury, claimed £250 damages for alleged wrongful arrest under the Vagrant Act, has been disimissed, with costs against the plain tiff. by Judge Chnmley in Chambers at theBenalla County Court. The ground of di missal was that plaintiff did not satisfactorily answer interrogatories as to his means of support when arrested," Mr Rigg, senr., is not at all satisfied with the decision, and at the time we went to print last week was under the impression that a. suitable settlement had been arrived at between the parties previous to the sitting of the court. Mr Candler, the district coroner, held an inquest at the Sunbur...

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear Not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

(1JJ 9iinhnriq 3L rtu5. Be Just and F'e.ar '1)!. SUNBURY, SATUR itD. Y. OCTOBER 28, 1893. A MATTER that has been engaging public controversy for some considerable time in Sunbury is about to be dealt with in a proper and practicable manner at last. We refer to the annexation of a portion of the Melton Shire to Bulla Shire, which legitimately belongs to the township of Sunbury. The part alluded to is situated, as is generally known, ** across the railway line." It is in the East Riding of the Shire of Melton, and a petit ion to be signed by the rate papers there, and afterwards to be pre sented to the Governor-in-Council f,r severance from the said shire, has already been drawn i-p. It :reads as follows : " Petition of Severance of part of the East Riding of the Shire of Melton from same Shire. To His Excellency, Governor of Vic toria, in Council with the Honourable the members of the Executive Council of Victoria. The petition of the undersigned, the majority of the ratepayers of al...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POETRY. A Sleepy Little School. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

P O. E T R Y. A Sleepy Little School. A funny old professor kept a school for little boys, And he'd romp with them in playtime, and he wouldn't mind their noise; While in his little school-room, with its head against the wall, Was a bed of such proportions it was3big enough'for all. "It's for tired little pupils," he explained, "for you will find How very wrong indeed it is to-foroe a , budding mind; Whenever one grows weary, and. he can't hold up his head, I make him lay his primer down, and send him off to bed. "And sometimes it will happen on a warm and pleasant day, When the little birds upon the trees g: tooral-looral-lay, When wide-awake and studious it's diffi cult to keep, One by one they'll get a nodding, till .the whole class is asleep "Then before they're all in dreamland, and their funny snores begin, I close the shutters softly so the sunlight can't come in ; After which I put the school-books in their order on the shelf, And, with nothing else to do, I take a little na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

C OUGS, COL rS ON THIF CTEST, BRlOM1C.UJ 1S AND -S'T EMA Sei rapidly cIeud by IiAhEiRNE'S'. :I.Oji.iL 'iS CUrJ . SSublrem from distreariog coouh, diI icu if brae.shihng, pan or re ?unesshi .e tche.,c exp ti. - z;." dotighsful relict itreu a oingbl, dres. 'e h:oue? sholid .e withou 1:- ,,s a corUB.'L:, cut' is gu1rt?-t5ed in every C? s6. 18 "?ua:: iO. to.iing on. tii img .rzitan.tn it tho thro: .s givi?g strength to tLe voice, a?id it n?ever as . a cough or. athma to becomn chronic. Soita in bottles, smatl s:ze. 2 6'!, largo 4S 6 :. by atl.chemists and medicine venidore; who: sa andi.etad by. the proprietor, W. G. IHEA.RNL , (Chemist, GOelong. Porsvtse at anatnce who cannot obtain it locally will haTe it promptly fblwarded to thteut by pLst r,: ociua?4 postal note for price, with posters (Sd for "mal tr for i t large ais) artided. Ouoaaum, Ka1gairioo, WilkThb, ti' it :kins, &1. Ha'vig Inrge Foreign Ordair we nat vrepared to :?a oebe" Opoeoumt, Kangaroo, Wallay, ati57ve iutr R...

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CURED BY IMAGINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

CUBED BY IMAGINATION. A cheerful state of mind has so powerful an influence upon the physical system,jthat surprising recoveries occasionally happen which can' be ascribed to no other cause than this, A"A' singular but instructive instance felli under the' observation of Si" Humpbry -Davy, when;'iearly in life, he wa" assi ling Doctor Beddoes in- hil experiments aor the inhalation Of nitrous oxide.- Doctor:Be .des having inferred that the oxide muat be a specific for palsy, a patient was selecte4 ,for trial 'and placed -uuner the- care of avay. Prbvlous to .administering the ,gas Davy inserted a small thermometer underl the tongue of the-patient to, ascertain the item perature. The paralytio man, wholly ignorant otf the process to which he wie to submit, but deeply impres-ed by Doctor I3eddues`witlt the eertsiity of its success, no sooner felt the thermometer behin.l his teeth sl,in he' concluded' the taltmau wa' in. operation, -and- in s'a burst of enthuanasm doelared'bhsr bhe alre...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

...-. *_s ,.,ijr-'-oor iior. :: - : STAMP' DYUTPV -IT ?T, ,,:·· ;..-, * ----»--l----. ^ i : BTLL OF EXCIUANGr E., o 'l-or'?i·?.,ige ai idtL.Proi A.ocy .Note " '? '"+ ' " + .. . . .. . .'" £ ..d.. : Where- thei s?mourti or vaiue* of the Sit ,:ueyfor which a bill; o Ltowte: i S dawnr alceeds £C10.003 thEilf ?o?: every £50-.ot the-itirl»,,»t? rvalue; . ;: i .;'aund alsao f-ir-a iy frapctirill pyrt of 60o ofsuiull Hwaaritinit oir vaile ... 0 10: ill Io exohange payable on deauilai' charge , .able wilvb same duty as a prouissory note' for same amount.. E mbEiasscd stanmps tmust be nsed,,whiJol many. : be obtained; at nill Post, Oflead.) !. EwroN-s. . 1. Draft or ordler drawn by any banker in - Sietoria upon any otier banker in Victoria "miot payable to bearer or to order, andl used si i solali for lhe pilrpose of settling ir clearing is any aocount between sulich bankers. 2, . Letter written by a banker in Victoria Sto any other balnker in Victoria directing the Spayment of any sum of mn...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

MACEDON.? FRO oIVR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday. Mr Thos Willey, who so ,seriously cut his leg with an axe some time ago, is now, I am glad to say, improving rapidly, and will very soon be able to get abut again. Tenders will be opened to-day (Saitur day) for the extension of the reticula tion pipes from Hunter-street, The residents of the town are now pushing forward and getting:Z" the water laid on to their premises before the hot weather commences. [t is reported- that a man came to \Voodend about a fortnight ago with a d;koz. nugget of gpld, and sold it for 130. The. fin ler was very reticent as to where he fouind .it, but in till proba !ility, from. wbhat could .:be learned from him, the gild _wvs got between Black wood and WVoodend. The Village Settlers up here are be 'inn'n, to make good pr,'gress. As Tacih settler knows his own block of land nouw, he devotes his spire time to his homnestad, as, according to the rules of • he associati, n, every member has to de v-ote tire wo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

-MEL'TrON S-r(iE COUNCIL, SFiDiaY, OCTO$ER 27TH, 1898. .The ordinary ieonthly.meetinig o£ the Melton Shire-Council was held at the Toolern Mechanics' Institute yester3ay. There were present :-- Crs White l (President, in the chair), Lock,r Beattie, Hoare, Robertson, Buibeck, and r McCorkell. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting c were read and confirmed. CORRESPON DENC. t From Treasury, Melbourne, stating the Government subsidy -for the half-. year ending 31st December, 1893, is h £377 4s 3d,&-Received, From Dr. Vance, Health Oficer, Bacchus Marsh, stating that he was willing to accept a reduction of 10 per cent. in his. salary.-Satisfaction ex- fe pressed. From John White, President of the c Melton Shire Council, stating that Mr n 1Iorkham, if Secretary will arrange with the shires of Bulla-and Keilor, and give him a. week's notice, will meet, him oni the ground and. try and settle the p boundaries at Gillon's.-Received. From Priscilla Austin, Sunbury, as o fullows ...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE HALL. THE DISTRESS RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

iNTERTAINMENT_. AT THE HALL.h IHE DISTRESS RELIEF FUND. SAn entertainment, under the auspices _f the Sunbniry Distress Relief Fund, was held "at the Mechanics' Hall on vVednesday evening. The night was 'articularly fine, and a bright moon, hining in all her glory, favoured the iccasion, The entertainment must be •haracteribed as a predominant success »oth financially and socially, and the *?ood cause for which it was initiated. Y vill receive the :requisite support. As I *egards the attendance, the hall was bsolutely packed to the doors. Mr Richardson commenced the proceedings " )y playinga. piainforte solo with perfect c' ikill. Mr H. Just then sang, by P special request, " Good Rhine Wine." TIeis literally master of the piece, and •eceived an ovation for its rendition. Virs J. Butler an1I Mr J. Meunsey gave t a duet, entitled "What are the Wild h Waves Saying." and were applauded for 01 ;heir efforts. Mrs Starkie provided the piano .accomnaniment. Dr. O'Brian sang, " Good - Compan...

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DIGGER'S REST RAILWAY GATES. IMPUDENT RAILWAY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

DIGGER'S REST RAILWAY GATES. IMPUDENT RAILWAY. OFFIGIALS. At the meeting of the Melton Shire Council yesteiday a commun;cation was read from the Victorian Railway De partmnent as follows:-- Adverting to your letter of the 30th ultimo, asking that a man may be appointed to take charge of the railway gates at Digger's Rest, I have the honour to inform you that the gates are managed by the em ployes at the station, but a little trouble was occasioned when the stationmaster had to work single handed for a day or two. It is, however, unlikely that ther, will be any further cause for complaint. Cr Lock said when passing the gates that morning he was told by the female there that it was time he applied for a new gatekeeper. That was not a -nice remark, Cr Beattie --No. It ought to be re ported to. the Government, The President considered it a great piece of cheek to make such a remi:rk. Cr Lock--Of course the gates were open alright. : Cr White-What right has she to make such a remark ? Cr...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP, OF 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

THE MELBOURNE OUP, OF 1893. Br M3ALUA. "-----@----- SUNSHINE, 5 years. 8.3. by Seienhoe-o Twilignt, as a two and three-evar-n!d w.:s a very good and consisteut pe-rform:er-very fast, and a stayer. At 3 years old, he we;. a very good second, carrying 6.11, in Y-,e.i's Metropolitan, and in last Metropolitan. '-i.th 8.8, he was third.to ?,i is ().2) H3e did not run as a four-year-oid. He mu?t have ann 'xceilcut chance PORT ADMIRAL, 5years, 8.2. iv Richmi nd -Footstep, is a full brother to The A miral. He has several races to his crc lit, brt h is apparently much breowv the qu'ality of h!s distinguished relative. NEWMaAN, 5 years, S 1, by Newminst-:r-1 , is owned by Mr Chirn'i'e. iie won the ieelng Cup, 1' mile, 6.11, in 2.10 and at Flemington won IFree Handi it', Ia mile, 7.10, in 2.10, 8wordbluarer (7.10) b'in second. Other races he also won, but the above are all that give a guide t) his Cap chance. FULH?.lA, 5 years, by Ritchmond-Lizdv Witton, is wvei;lhtit at 8.1' . H iH in thi t s...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 October 1893

THE LADIES' :COLUMN. The Constance Gown i of striped cash mere cloth. . It is cut to the Princess shape, the rupper. part ,opening',upon aI narrow V-shaped plastron, covered' with rows of: insertion. Large pointed-revers are trned: back off the plastroi' totuching thd full sleeves. The latter are. puffed into deep cuffs reaching to the elbow;:: For mnking, seven-yards and a-bhlf'of`the double-width: mhaterial, will be required. The Hildh Gown.--This .prettyl and effective murningogown is made' in old blue fould .twilled material, audtrimuied :with *oollen lace. Seven yards'of the lohble width'material are employed for making, and one yrd'and a half tf lace will-beiusd'l for trimming.. The sleeves are.. ade to' the oishop shape, and gathered into buffi of mnedium depth. The.back is simply set in Princess ple.ts, below the waist. The. Countess Tea Gown.-This is of 'lgured- pongee silk of.rich texture trimmed wibh cream ,lace of coarse. texture. :The back. 6fthe gown is set in a Wattea...

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