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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 November 1893
Gen'3ral Iinformation. STAMP DUTY ACT. B4LL OF EXCITANGE. N ]il orf tchange and Preiiissory Note £ ao d. Where the amniount or value of the nitiey for whit-li a bill oJr note is drawn.exceeds £10.009, then for every £50 of the almvunt or value, anu- also for may fr4Octionul part of £30 of '-.nl arinaltut or value 0.. 1 0 Bill ofexchange payable on de nlaua. litarge able with same duty as a proumissory note for same allmunIlt. (!mbausdsed etantps mutst be uised~wlich may be obtained at all Post OLfices.) EXuMrTIoNs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Vietoria upon any other banker in Victoria nut payable to bearer or to order, and use.I solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Vietoria directing the payment of any sun of money, the same not being payable to hearer or to order, and such letter not being sent or deliveredl to the personi to whom payment is to be madte or to an...
MODERN CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 November 1893
MODERN CHIVALRY.. BY LIZZIE Y OurK CASE. "' I tell yer, gentlemen, hit's onpi$ sible to rise corn and riss it right with- c out litigation.' "I suppose he meant irrigation, but far be it from me to criticise a member of the school board," laughingly said the handsome young man that had just entered the cabin. "These neighbors, of ours must be I the funniest people on earth, or do you " invent these jokes for their medicinal - effect ?" inquired the sick girl, smiling from her comfortable chair. " Oh, I'm not equal to that; myima- I gination is a mere spark, a tallow-dip so to speak--compared with their bril- E liancy. And the fun of it is they are ui E nnconscious."F Two young men and a sick girl, ac customed to the refinements of civilisa tion, trying to consider life a great -joke in this rude cabin on a far away ranch" It was a romantic situation, and " deucedly unconventional," as they ad mitted. One of the men-a young doctor had buried a charming wife, and was rushing away from...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHA[?] REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 November 1893
0 ivi M t CI AL. .MELBOtJ RIN MAPI?CrETS, GR.AJNi tI ;I, The ý elbourn( j ; u'o;l1_ J ,ker's As. tn1'liTc (n ! tea0rt:: : Fl a - ' m,1ar t i t 'a .;y at( ady, 't 'ase ; 'le 1''es ale bar I ii ` stam ied, QuJotaiolns a;( - °"n, '4' t ,, is Pd to 2s; mi"an ,o '1I wheat, 2s 8d to s )t] ; iaiir t( il 1li'Ihgl, 28 10d todt ?s 11.1 per ibushel. I tley ik 'niae ex(remel smnall, and lt-- bu ine in the cerea'Clj is abasuat yats ;1 n (id i Pric. a re 1: C ap; e . a t :s I d to :3.1; ;,rin=, ji s to 4. Pd ; and: . ou iting, s to 5s 4d per ()lt 1~ilU Li Vi) :; ats - 'lthouh the ofterings arend small, the demarindr is most restricted Sales are a- linws:-.Il herian at 1s 9 1o Is 11d. fair mtaerae feed to 2s, and n 13rimne stout to s i per bushel. Peas are dull of sale at 2s 2d to 2s,., 3d per bushel for good feed descrip TIons. Maize is in moderate demand both t1. Ieal wants and for export., Quota nons nare :-',o d dry samples, 2s 9d to 2s 10d per jooshdl. Bran and pollarrd a.re weaker, with slde...
TRIENNIAL GENERAL RENEWAL OF ELECTORS' RIGHTS. INFORMATION FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 November 1893
I TRIENNIAL .-GENERAL :RE NEWAL OF ELECTORS' RIGHTS. INFORMATION FOR ELECTORS: For the information of electors we publish the following : It is notified that holders of electors rights bearing date on or before the 1st December, 1892, must obtain renewed rights in lieu thereof, in order to have their names placed upon the new General Lists to be made up on the 1st December next. Neglect of this precaution will result in the omission of the names of the per sons so neglecting from the new lists. The old right must in every case be delivered up to the registrar, but the renewed right will be equally available for any election that may take place before the coming into force of the new rolls. The Electoral Registrars and Deputy Electoral Registrars will keep open their offices for the issue of rights unitil Ten o'clock p.m. each night from the 27th November to the 1st December in elusive. *Intending applicants for electors' -ights are cautioned to apply early to the registrar. The law ...
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The bride and bridegroom of a century a?; were dressed in a slightly different ftihion froni that of'the present time. To begin with the lady. Her locks were -trcAined upward over the immense coshion, that sat like an incubus on her head, and plastered over witl pomatum, and then sprinkled ever with a shower of white po oder. the height of this tower was somewhat ;ver a foot. One single white rosebud lay on its top like an eagle on a haystack. Over her neck and bosom oa. folded .' iee handkerchief, fastened in front by,: b,os m-pin containing her grandf;ather': mhiniature set in virgin gold. 1Her airy form was braced up in a satin dress, the sleeves as tight as the natural skin of the arm, with a waist formed by a bodice, worn outside, from whence the skirt flowed off, and was distended at the top by an ample hoop. Shoes of white kid, with peaked-toes, and heels with two or three inches eleva tion, e;lclosed her feet, and glittered with spangles as her little pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
N. WIMBLI+E, . (Late BScretary for Lands and Registrar a Land Tax), 'aluor, LLndl' " tatc: Financial, at Bolectoro' -Agent, 317 OOLLINS: STREET, 1MELBOURNE Crows Tenan!ts' Busiiess Promptly Attende. to. 910,000 TO LEND in large and aell sums on rqsvlipt ag taegrd eittal6 !arts, I er(OirfEr Y1~5Q~A raif ft Pi hiiltt+ 4 ýt\tP. Imil)3 +'sk antttsld r - w~i~ku,,4) rf 0 I N v IE N T 0 El P A JbtainoiA in OoIoniea and e h wlieis firi:i1t;. ý'rovid m'.hords' oz;'appyiancar; tados; ti, it i-my deacriptiou. t'nli infoxnmation; couts; &c., Bent on~appti. cartion to, - A. 0. SGCHSB C. " WoxLnj'-Pataurts ,nd Trade Marks Office ORENE Iii mLLIN & ILLLx 8Ta.s-, I F NOri-: ,YOU MAY BE MPOSED UPON WITH UNSCRUPULOUS I I:,,ITATTONS O' U .-lr9 I/ ,-,(>e s? O 6 /
USED ANOTHER ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
- SED ANOTEI-A?TIOL?t . " Are you a good;plaiate OOk, .Mareyt' *iked4 the lad4 of'the hoieu6i the thaWtE ºpp iesnt fo a piositi . _ " Are you a good laundress P" "Yei, 'urn." S-diare . .Dc tiojWith ro iwork P' Can "Yes, 'um, I gueae .oso' replied Mary, .1 ubtfully. Then in a bust of confidence ,he said, c" You see, mum, I don't know ianuoh about' alaority. In me last place they unwaysed mand and raop fotreour Iug anhd' QliSi? i
SUNBURY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 93. (Before Messrs Clarkson, and McMahon, J.'sP.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
SUNBU''RY iPOLICE COURT. FIIDAY, IT)ovE??n 10, 93. (Before Mcs-srs Clarkson, and I cla-lion, J.'sP.) DL,. IT. Bulla Shire Council v. John Reddan for rates. No appearance of defendant or com plainaint, Case struck out. LARCENY. Josiah WViluon v. William Fox, for stealing a t in of kerosene from his shop on Friday, 3rd inst. Prisoner appearcd on remand, and plealedl guilty. Juosiah Wilson, on oath, deposed.-I am a sto ltkeeper, residing at Sinbury. On the : rd inst I met the prisoner making towards my premises in Evan street. Subsequently, while standing in Millett's passage I saw the prisoner passing the door with a tin of kerosene (produced) on his shoulder. I pro ceeded immediately to the shop and found a tin of kerosene missing. I followed prisoner then and asked him SWhat are you doing with that kero sene ?" He replied, "What has that got to do with you ?" 1 said, " Take it back anI there will be no nmere about it." He answered, "I took th'e b-kerosenembtltwon't take',it-. hback....
TRYING THE PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
TRYLNG-THE PHONOGR?APH. . SWe had all talked into the phonograph, the writer with his usual assurance. .I even sang the verse of a song, just to show that I was not abashed by the situa tion. Then the pretty operator told me to -listen through the tubes.- So I hearkened. !The little- machine, burred and whizzed and then began talking. I recognised all thit ?he others had said. Then th-re were seame hemmings and hawings, and a-number of twhistling noises, interspersed with eloquent pauses, and I could hear the instrument br-ak forth into a cold perspiration-'asit finished the remarkK. Then' I-put the tubes carefully down. " I am to'"uuidel stand; am I, that those contiluding sianisr kepreatnt what I spoke into the machine ?'" [ asked in a maild and inoffensive tone. k' Just the same;" the young lady replied; , tones, words, everything." So that expl'ins it. I know now why peiopie dib not ask me to sing oftener, 1 understand fwhy they do not ask me to sing "0 Pro inise Me " and " Dadd...
OFF FOR THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
OFF'.FOR THE HOLIDAYS. .... Ab ;ut. tlh words "off fTor the holida ys" we are 'ceust.,ntu.l to hang plras:t it reflections ; but, a. a itn:tter of fact, the least pleasant incident of holidays is that of beginning them. The chief char acteristic' of getting off is that everybody conspires to leave it until the last minute. At every ticket office there are long gueucs of people who are lot quite sure at what time the train goes, and are convinced that the ticket clerk is the proper person to consult upon the matter. They believe also that he knows where they ought to change, and that he should number among his duties that of acting as a confidential adviser upon the expediency of taking a fort nightly return or two single second class tickets. While they are perusing these inquiries the crowd waiting behind th-m begins to murmur loudand deep, and to ask bitterly if they are going to block up the window all day, Sub sequently the crowd makes itself unpleas nt to the ticket clerk, who ...
PHASES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
PHASES OF TlE MOON.100 . N. 1, 1 OO N. Month. i)a of Month. Time. January Weidneisday 16 11 8 a.um February Friday 17 1 57 a.nm March Saturdiy 18 2 13p.m° April Mo.nd'.lay 17 12 14 a.nm May T'eslay 1!; 8 27 a.n June Wednesday 1-1 3 31 p.m. July Thursally 13 10 27 pan. August Saturday 12 6 28 a.m. Septtember Sunda:y 1 |L 4 4 p.m.n O,'tober ''iesd;av 10 i; 7 iln.m November \Vtedlit'sdav 8 10 37 p.m. I.)ecenbher Friday 8 5 20 p.nm. ,Jauuary M doliday" 2 11 21 p.m. February I Wednesdtay 1 11 1 a.1u. March Friday 3 1 43 a.m. April Saiturday 1 4 58 p.m. [:lllIday 1 9 $ a.m13 . Mlay \'(lednesday3l 1 "2 i.m. June ---. iThlursday 29 4 5pl.m .July Saturday 9 5 50 nn.1 August Sulnday 27 6 23 p.m. September Tuesdy 2.6 6 -3 a.m. October ' ednesday23 5 8 p.m. N-,rem er -Friday - 24- 3,48 a.m. I Uccem aer Satuytly 23 2 17 p.r
[?] TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
i'.) UU[ IZtoiSPOýNL)UENfS \Ti) VON R[I 1LTTOi S. (fContftib;1tinnf Rtid arll( c lhflfnicationfl ._t b. diJrltctd to thte I ditor, S.uiburj c'S. ? flticl(e ¶.3E1 be t ii iIi of anony ,JVl1iOl. lettet b :*c, oc,.lie by the , i!e an ': 0s o Line,& e l'.0, It MeeLs 11zA Iv Se e olll fo l rrcsipec fu1 soli it fretl .,1181 entertaiEE tICelaS the p1 i" litlL ad' rtis n";~ CutIECetO 1 Wu bl t 11, e, anid feel certain that Nyeca usaifaeduua butte as regards work prLce.
THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
-H.E LADIES' COLUMN, Frocks for Little' Ones -As usual, there .re some pretty ideas for small children. The hideous and play preventing frocks, which poor little girls were doomed to wear down to their feet last season. have happily given place to a more comfortable style. A charming frock f r a little girl of four or five, made of pale blue nun's veiling with a deep frill of lace running all round the shoulders slightly pointed in front and at the back. Over the tops of the sleeves falls a secnnd frill of lace. The hat is soft white felt, trimmed with blue. It could be made of fine white muslin or Liberty silk. This style of frock could be copied in a pretty spotted print, with print hat to match. A lovely toothpick holder to be hung on the wall is made in this way :-Procure a bunch of quill toothpicks; cut a circle of pasteboard a little more than twice as wide across -the centre as the length of the toothpicks. Cut a circle of crimson felt one.half inch larger all round than the ...
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
i PU.LIC 1iuLiDA... ..in the coluhn signifies that the offices naumed at the top arc shut on the ci ?y unawi d. When any holiday falls on S'Sunday, it is kept o,. the l[ ,nd;ay fol!owing. All these oflices are elosed at .noon, on Saturdays. OFFICES. Sun, Jan 1, New Year's DI)ay 'l'hnr, Jan 2G, A universary Day + + Fri, Mar 31, GoId Friday +$ + Sat, April 1. Easter Eve + Mon, April 3, Easter Monday + Tues, April 4, Iaster 'i Tuesan h Sun, April23, St.Geor1c's I)aI + Mon. Mayv 22 \hli;t fMon?ila VWed,May2 I,Qu.e's Birthiiday + 'ITuc, Jun20,rQice'n's ;\~:cssion $ T'nes, Nov 7, MeClt COp I' lv : + l'lhur,novo, P. \Vales' B;rthdy + I + 'hur,Nov 30, St Andrew's !): +. Moll, Dec 25, Christmas )nay v + Tues, Dec 26, Boxing Day $ 4 +
NORMAN BRADFORD'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
NORMAN BRADFORD'S WIFE, Br L. E. " Ralph. am I.going to die ?" asked :orman Bradford, in a weak voice. Doctor Adair's keen. black eyes sud denly dimmed as he looked down into the face of his friend. His voice was i?sky as he tried to answer cheerfully " My dear fellow, while there is life i?iere is hope." "" Ralph, your reply is evasive. I ou:l4t know the truth...- Can I live ?" For a moment the physician's firm ir~. quivered. His heart was touched. lie took his patient's hand as he said tremulously " No, my po.sr fellow, your hours are numbered." " I thought so," calmly returned the sick man. "Call Bessie, then kindly ieu.ve us together for awhile." The doctor left the room, and soon a pretty girl with large blue eyes entered. - Do you want me, guardy ?" she ask'ed in low, sweet tones. •* Yes, Bessie. Close the door, please, and come to me." She obeyed. When she had reached his bedside Norman took her hafids in his feeble grasp. - Bessie, the doctor says I am dying. Von are poor, a...
MELTON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
MELTON SI E-i :: Provcinlcc-Soni!thi in. 1i ciiibters cr tilt: ui.. gi-l1It e:nnc1 8ir \V. ,1. "Cla i 'rke,' bad 1Hii Electorial l)istiiat IliourF ' XX eat.s S. lTv. St\.'.iruq:, - IF teetorail PRgm't": i : nil t1 'i..ti nia.o Bird ia - ,ti l); kx m'm'i3le' Um1u.1 umil:ii Ha~ll *m. 1(1 1 Xl ct iid~ ~ litt alteriiaaW nt); a I. ::.m,'r ov t XlAroitin &itfi si1 at' "~ L~i~illt .1JoIa1 to *I to Ar ~t of CId e, '1ir~x I 0 n e4iMirC 1iiiile iPultn :· 1 OU" T C, Sc'ierm t~i v rv,.tl1ei Coi1e or, &c.c J f1. Rlohr'tst'c;·;; C :tat of P tt i';te szt~ns funiah utis cl:I of ever .c i11t1,1tI I l 1! : Clerk of Petty Scsýuas J L RoibrCt soli. llltoIi,., ?. r", 1.1iles tlcilar the ,towniv Cii a' im, b'.twe'xm tile. St. Lmoui = .l ^`Raaiiu i' o'd R~yll'mI tls I are, (acl ctel '1 ii1
Father and Flo. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893
lFath aAd Flo. Sometimes the dall longing that ner lea:es me Grows stronger and deeper till tears patter down, And I loathe the routine of the days going by, And the quiet content of the calm little town. And I long--oh, I long from my heart I could go Go home where they wait ms-my father and Flo I The land it lies fair where they dwell far from me, I never. can see it, but oft with shut eyes I dream of its beauty-the pearly-like sea, The streets all of gold ; it is called Par dise. But 'tis home-it is home, and I surely shall go It is home where'they wait for me-father and Flo. Not weary and Ailing, with dim, clouded brain, My father sits waiting "as' once he sat here, Awaiting the suo!mOns releasing from pain, The pain is all over, 'the mind bright and clear, And she? All her sorro a she left here be. low. They smile while they wait for me-rather and Flo. The smiles are all theirs now--they left me the tears. Yet wherefore give way to this grief pass ing by ? It is sh ,rt, time fl...