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THE CULTIVATION OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

THE CULTIVATION OF TlES' CHRYS AN rHEMUM. .. (By Mn W, SSrIT, Riddell's CGreek.) ° The ,scrapings from around old straW. tacks, snie old stable manure, taking it the ruh istraw, should be ai I tdd. I:x all thoroughly well togethei (usa gs fork for the purpose), and turt,ing_: toe 'aps several times. At these turnints' to heaps catn be` sprinkled 'over iti ne dust, not uslig it too freely. L '- rse. sand freely, and see that thetasl's fibrous ani free. .The idea :is to koep: 1 . o whole porotP and sweet, and to cti a store.o'ise o* anmonia and Ihr luid, manure, that ;are "tn be, fet:elv: :,I ;t'p ied at a late stage of the :ipilans 'wilhl. :A little linie is also benefidil,d : ,d will help to detroy: w;rins that 'y be troubtesome. After s?-i rl , trzin-s and well mixing the varir u. ,'redient's throughout the 'hesap, e ,ilcan be put into the i?eprtired trie?d; 'out the la.-t week in Septembler. F it to trenches well up, say-one inch hI'g' r -an the surrounding soil. "After I wo three...

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.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

'O R R E S P ON D ENC(E.i [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THIESU:nBURY NEWS.) Sir,'---With reference to the leading article which appeared in the Sunbury News of the 4th inst., I wish to inform your readerls of certain facts bearing on the question, as without being acquainted with them the public may be wrongly impressed. In the first instance, as secretary of the "corporate body" re Ferred to in the article, I may state that t has never been decided to disallow press representation an its meetings. I[he " old wound" mentioned relates to a difference of opinion as to whether it was a " privilege" or a " right" for a reporter to be present at a committee meeting. Our local contemporary claimed the latter, and sought atvice which proved that press representation was a "privilege." Since that tim' no application has been made for per mission to attend, neither have and representatives of the Sunbury N'ews ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A LITTLE LESSON IN PHYSICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A LITTLE LESSON IN PHYSICS. A wet sponge can be thrown into the air igher thlanna dry one tor just the sn-ue re.son that a stone can be taro~vn ine tihe air higher than a feather of the sm:eIc ,.,rcumtercnce, because the specific gravity of the wet spongeand'stone is greater th an ,:aG of the diy sponge and tfather, and they can theretore meet the air with mo-re power of resistance. It is e :;ctly for this sume: reason that the wet sponge returns to the earth more quickly than the dry :ine, aid the stone than the fRather. Tee iPecific gravity of water, or its wei ht in proportion to hire, is as nearly ne po-eibie e ght htindred and thirty-four times a s great as that of"air. A dry spen;e is fuhl of air, and a sponge full of water . :about ei;ht hundrbd-'and thirty-fenr times as heavy and can strike the air with greater forco than a dry one somev;hat in this proportion. The dry sponge is for the ~mne reason more liable to be blown atbut and and diverted from its upward coarse by the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WORD TO BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A WORD TO BRiDES. -One of the faults most objected to by men is the habit of nagging. A nagging voluiin is their pet avers,on, and tb find that the 'ife of his bosomn is one of this sort inmust itiitd?be a sore trial to a man. Avoid n ging,-girls; if you have a~griev ance, out iin 1i frankly, and have d~ne with it ; aslo, do not hint, and insinuate, and refer cohstaiitly to the subject in a martyr-like tone,:'ind then declare #ith rtsignation,; i- asked :fr an explanation, that you mean nothing, that you are quiti happy, and have nothing,- ol' notnmg irhatever to comuplaind f ! Lou may have the potty triumph of seeing your hdi'.ii~d look utt'rly htipless and nonplussed:j but, oh! what a.-very smnati-stistcetion it is. and how very fir are you from being t e helpmeet " you should be, and making your home the little Eden of calm and j,? your, perhaps; ' hard-uorking husbaid idreamt Of Amnother little fault wiuch is most frequent in women, had most ag gr.,vating to men, especialy to so...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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HOW I DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

HOW I DIED. I was very sick. I had laid for days that seemed years upou the rack of such pain as only strong men, suddenly broken upon the wheel, may know Every bone in my body, every nerve, every minute gland of corporeal tissue had been like electric wires and cells surcharged with ethereal agony. At last there had come a benumbed feel ing that thrilled like the vibration of harp strings suddenly stilled. I could hear the hum of voices like the far.off drone of bees, and the sound seemed soothing me into a strange peace. I was aware that somebody passed a light before my eyes, and after repeating the action several times replaced the night lamp on the stand without the shade. I knew also that somebody stepped to the window and threw it wide open, while a voice, seemingly borne be yond the confines of space and gather ing force as it approached the boun daries of auricular demonstration until it boomed like the deep bass of the sea uttered these words, " The poor fellow is going fa...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAUN TO DO'T. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

GAIU 1v DJ )T. -The court records of Sotland give s?5wew instance of taking the will for thaedw'et farmer's boy was arrested on the charge.oif pushing a girl into a millpond. II Dted-' ntg his case, hi dealired that he did oiio push her in, adding,- ' I was only gaun to do't." Upon this the bailie summarily inferaed him that "do't an' gaun to do't"' were all.. the same, and that he would be obliged '~t p y-a fine of'teishillings, or go to gaol. The boy, not having the ntcvssar*" amount of money, was allowed to go and, procure it from a friend. In a short time iie was again seen standing in court. ".Have ye paid your fine yet F" enquired the bailie. " No,"' replied the culprit, " but I was gaun to do t, an' as ye sa, do't an' gang to do't are a'- the same, I'm thinkin' you an' me'll be clear, noo !'

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WASHING BLANKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

W«,SHING BLANKErS. After being washed, woollen blankets sridom look the same. They turn yillow and lose that pure and dainty flulfines, that make them at first so beautiful. How ever, when soiled, they must be cleaned, so let us do the best for them. in the first place select a sunshiny day for the pur pose, so that they m.iy dry rapidly and wituout streaks. Prepare an abundance of ho: suds, using the very best soap. Rtigut here is a diversity of opinion among experts. honm prefer .varmi water, others hot warter, and others again, cold water. 'lake your coice, but remember one thing--do not change-the temperature, tor that is what thieneus the blanket?and mak.s it stiff and hard. If our firat'suds be of hact .ater, have the secndii:of hot water, and rinse in hot water-and the samet with wa:rm or cold. Dissolve half a pound of borax in five gallons of water so hot that you can just bear your liand in it WVaso one blank-ic at a timne, mov6i'tbabtk and forth. mub the dirty spots;-wash ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FRECKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

FRECKLES. -' The fairer 'iad inore delicate the shin, the easier' it is to' freckle, and although Dom;-'Reople ciinsid'ir"freckles beautiful; yet I~can filly s~mpathise with anyone ' who 'posseses 'a' deliciate skin leing .troubled When it gets fri~ckled:- or sun iburnt: As a rule the ndse is the part mdot affected, 'r presuhlo'becaume 'it' is more promrn'e' 'than anriy other portiol of the fac. ' I - reckls' are very difficult to cure pelr ananently,b tlhe slightest-exposire to'th'e nun will usually suffice to bring them out' again ; however, bathing the face nighti and niorning with' elder-flower water, and rubbing the face two or three times a day with the juice of a freshly-out leinon will greatly benefit the skin. S.With sbine skins, cucumber juice is very beneficial, but it does not suit all com plexiots. : .An excellentp~eparatioii is recommended by DP' Erasmus Wilson, it is composed of one odnce -obf elder-flower ointment aisd twenty grains of sulphate of zInc. this is to be...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

iHE -.HOME- CIRgLE, BAKED CUSTARD.-Beat until very light four eggs. Add ti'them from three-quirtert ito a pint of milk and two spoonfuls of ,ugar, stirring whilst adding. Use a flavouring of vanilla or lemon (a drop 6r ,two of'either); grate 9 little nutmeg over ,the' top, and bake for from twenty minutes Ito half an hour. -Serve at once when re 1moved frdm the oven. 7 STEWED HARE.-Skin and joint a hare, and lard it with strips of fat salt pork. If ,no larding needle is at hand, inlisions may be made with a sharp knife, and the pork placed in the openings. Put four ounces of salt pork cut in dice in a frying-pan, and fry for five minutes; add the hare, and fry for five minutes'longer; skim off the fat ; pover' with' A quart of water; add salt, pepper, parsley,, two small carrots cut in: quarters, and a dozen small onions. Cover losely and simmer gently until tender. Dish up the meat; skim the gra1-vy; thicken ?Witi ' little flour;"add' a'teaopoonftdl of demon-juice;.'boil up at once...

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A DIAMOND WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A DIAMOND WUMA.---" The costliest nec~gIte of diamonds ever lowned in Americ&L i*s worn by Mrs. gMary Jane Morg?iij'eys the "Jewelry News." -bhe -h-d 'i real passion for itatuondA, "and~'tWre' them iti' hairpins, bcocches, bracblta~ind'` h s as well, but her special pGwt*i anedilatce a riviere of iiamundd, .hich~'t t'hder eiggmally per 'haps thirty-tihbu~nd d6aUUjd db to which she had 't deAMribuesdditidiituntil its 'total v1iue ~*rs' two -hundrizdthousand 'dollars. One day she astonished a clerk at "Tiffany's b`y3 bepying:a' diasnbd',for fortyJ `eight thousand dollars, and ordering it to be setrinher rivfere as-the cnt·ie sitone. " Diamonds- that oxde- glittered "in her brooches, hairpins, or bracelets, were transferred to-this necklace, and diamonds .that no longer pleased her in the necklace were reset in the brooches, hairpins, or 'bracelets. To her it was a perpetual pleasure to see the magnificent necklace in creasing its magnificenoe.- When she died .the largest of th...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WEST BOURKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

S .:i WEST BOURKE AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. The ordinary monthly meeting of the West Bourke Agricultural Society was held at McPherson's Lancefield Road Hotel on Saturday afternoon. There were present :- Messrs R, Clark (in the chair), Baker, McPherson, Everist, Hemphill, Pearce. and Millane. coRRESPOsNDECc. I From Victorian Pastoral, Horticul tural and Viticultural Society, Mel- 1 bourne, stating that a conference to a adopt rules would be held at the Mel- c bourne Town Hall on the 8th November, 1 and soliciting council's representation at d same.-The Chairman will attend the 3 conference. From Department of Agriculture, r, Melbo irne, forwarding village settlers' u pam:: ,.14t, and intimating they were out c of sugar beet seed.-Received. y From Mr Allenay, manager of the C Commercial Bank, Romsey, stating i1 that it afforded him great pleasure to e accept the position of treasurer to the a society.-Received. IL TEE DATE OF MEETING. a Tle Chairman said the next matter 0 to be dealt wi...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XL.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. By MRS. G. BSHELDON.' a CHAPTER XL.--(CONTINUED.) Cliftoa had come to himself more and more as the examination progressed-the agony of it having served to restore con sciousness when every other appliance had failed ; and now that was all over, he lay panting and exhausted, too weak even -to moan or do aught but feebly cling to the hand of the brave little wife'who had-stood "t by him through it all. ' Lord Wallace remained for three long hours, administering anbaynes; and watchibg ir their tffitt, and when at last the suffsrer a slept, and he was released, Mr Vining eagerly, drew nim on one side,.to ask his verdictt"of' t the case. b He could rot tell, he said,-no one could 14 tell what the result of Olitton's'injuries a might be. He did not hesitate-to admit that s: they were very serious, but he' hoped that b time and skill would do much for him. b " How did it happen1t' he qhiestioned,. fo. -. there had been no time,; as yet, 'to explain b t...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

nus ness, ALFRED B UTLE , PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, (Late Foreman, E. Qua7ls T.ondon). O'SHANASSY STR' .IC', SUNBURY. Repars neally executed. Chargesmodrcke. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger .A.T.D G-L.A.Z=ERIl All trade materials- kept on hand at MELBOURNE PRICE, -o ESTIIIA TES GJ VENo- SUNBURYI ... . W. R. BEARDALL, *r--0?- .BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER & JOINER. Estimates given for all kinds of work. Orders promptly attended to, BROOK STREET, -UTIN?BTTRY. Charles Daniel, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, S?PPLIES TJIE SURROUNDING DISTRIeI WITH £ERATED WATERS OF THI BEST QUPtbITY. LEMONADE, (INGER-ALE, SODA-WATRB, FACTORY,-OAKLANDS ROAD, B TT- LL _A.. Geo. Straughen, QEGS to inform the inhabitants of Sunbury that he is prepared to Deliver N E \W M I L K daily at 3d. per quart. Springvale Dairy, SUNBURY. WOOD, FENCING PALINGS, BRICKS, &c. JAMES WHELAN Begs to Notify to the Inhabitants of Sunbury that he has OPENT A WOOD YARD STATION STREET, SUNBURY And will Deliver ON...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

S y -JOQ' .PRIUiNING. RSECUTED CAPREFULLY AND - I . WITH DISPATCOI. Cirbulatig ih Sunb( N 74 Business .Sunbury News PUBL[SHE)'D Evj.:n-SAT URDAY. -- --. ,-1 i'osterd t, a:!l partis of the . UST1 ALT IA.. OL ' COLO I E -FOR P R QUARTER rP1'1 S O) CASII ADVERTISEMENT'S 1G words IT i Vý 111 t~ it QII '.- o- 0 30 - .., to rrz s, i- . : s' t, m:: o!tt cr ain - m l,. -.it i> l-tn i - run 0ta athe Suffeers a's Best Friendot. All Di'rdr F il:n, the i: t lion, and a l! the u :n y tlao iie? rc?et.n t'rim disordersi :,to~hath or b , IS. "T!e 11 stomach. They may be taken under any * cilrcum-lan rn.ceS. Weakness and Dobility, Nervous . .Irril a a i it:, The wholeso'ne e'Zcct exercised by theie -admirable Pills over te bo: is hke charm in dispelling low spirits, and restoring cheerfolness. T'h ."r mi.l aperient q!alities . tell fit them for a domestic medicine, par-. ticularly for females of all ages and periods Sof life. To Regain Health, Strength, * -and V.igiur. Whenever persons find thems...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just a[?] Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

ii Lk' - Be /us i a i / rear ,'I.. uNBU, itY SXTURUAY. NOVEMBER Ii, 1393. ;THE public of Sunbury have been favoured .during the last few weeks with a manifesto from the editor of the Essendon Gazelle, for we presume no other member of the staff of our con temporary is capable of such a supreme effort. According to our Essendon contemporary we have been groping in material and intellectual darkness for some time past, but a new era is about to dawn, and light is to be let in on our darkness. If the people of Sunbury will only give good fat advertise ni,-nts and all their job printing to this disinlerested guide, philosopher, and friend- hey !--present da:ktness will anishi, Suiiiibry will be lit-not with dirty oil iaps -but :with brilliant electricity grateful waters will fl?v for tdie benefit of our citizerin& a id some thin.g lilke the "ilii lenniuin will arr ve. Therie, will be no difficulty in raising tihe. necess ry fitnid an no trouble about c tra t atitin, " for if the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

"FRENCH'8" TEA Choioest New Season's, from the bet gardens of China, India, and Ceylon. "FRENCH'S" TEA 8oI.mletill Bleaded, and aki.owledged bo be the beat. "FRENCH'S" TEA i., 1s. ad., is. 6d., Il. 94. per I., in 6b., 1nS., and 21%. oanisten. "FRENCH'8" TEA 201'. ( Cheat, 403. Chest, 14 lea thLe above priu. Striot Cash. ? FRENCH'8" TEA Delivered free on wharf or at rilway seatioas in Melbourne. G. FRENCI', TEr MEBCHANT, 351 BOUIKE STB?ET, Sa5 B11TH ST., OOLLINGWOOD, MZrLBOUrN. Hoyle's Prints I Hoyle's Oambrics I Hoyle's Pongees! Hoyle's Twille I Are all Fast Colors.. Will not ran away on vashinig day. Fast Coionrs. The Name is Stamped on every Piece. THOMAS HOYLE & SONS. THE BEST SUMMER DRINK. PR ESC'QOTT'S Celebrated Paramatta Lime Juice and Lime Juice Cordil.L. The only Genuine. Ask for and see you get PRESCOTT'S. The only Oure for Blight I The only Oure for Blight I The only Oure for Blight I THIS celebrated OINTMENT Is difarent Sfrom all others. Being a vegetable prepara...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

FARM AND DAIRY'PRODUCE REPORT. AMr Geo. Evans. auctioneer, 439 Flinders-lane, reports :-"Cheyse, prim, new, -d ; prime matured, 41,4, to 5d. Potted Butter-Prime new, 6d to (id : inferior, 41d to 5d. Fresh Butter Sup .lies continue to increase, and th, market is without alteration, best dairit· being in demand from 7,t to 8td (s fe" special higher), and me diunn, to .good Gd to Gý-id, only a few cases ,f inferiem lower. Eggs--M larket improvinli; sold at 6d per dozen. C'c::s, Po:'l. (Fridayt - Prime wll-,ir-,ss, d lighi weights. 35,d to -d : h,:ltid and itn ferior lots lower. Hams. T7, Bacon. twn,-c urel. ;l tn i, l . 1 rd. bladde' s,-ld to 3e1. tarden hi,. prime i3d. Beesvwax wanrd., l ii, t' . lb. Poultry - A large i?la:?i forward. Younn ros;ers, : t, 4 3d per pair : pule:s. ts d to ;- : i. ferior lower. Ducks, ;s to s , "Turkeys--Market slihtl; eas ier, us 5s to ts td, and ,ohtbbirs, 7s to 1 - according ti1 condition (ci'ats supiilie, on application). ClaifI--Large ar rivals. 1rim...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

CO M M E C IAL. MELBOURNE MýARIETS. GRAIN AND CIHAFF REPI'RTS K';' The Melbourne Woolbroker's As-s sociation renorts : - Wheat-The market is fairly steady but last week's i ates are barely susta&ed. Quotations are :-Screenings, ls 9d ?to, 2s ; infer:or anal faulty wheat, 2s 8d t. 2s 9,1 ; fair to good milling, 2s 10ld to 2s 11,1 per bushel. Iarley--Sticks are extremely small; and business in this cereal is almost sus pended. Prices are :-Cape: at 2s ldi to 2s 3d ; pearling, 4s to 4s 9d ; .and fair to good malting, 5s to 5s 4d per bushel. Oats--Although tl.e offerings are small, the demand is most restri?ted Sales are as follows:-Alzerian at.is 9d to 1s lid, fair average feed to 2s, and prime stout to 2s Id per bushel. Pens are dull of sale at 2s 2d to 2. 3d per bushel for good feed descrip2 tivons. Maize is in moderate denu nd- both for lhcal wants and for exporf, Quota tions are :-1Gorad dry samples, 2s .d td 2s 10d per iusnl:el. Bran and pollard are weaker, with sales of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

(eriwll Tr.?rniation. STA MP DUT:T ACT, BILL OF EXCIIANGE. -Bill of ?xiange and ',omii.-ory Note- £s. d. Where the amount or value of the n.,ney l.r which a bill or note is drawn ex:ee,Is t10 000, thuen for * every £ti of Lite ailtioit or vale, an. t aiso for any fractional part of £30 of -uli aimnotuit or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchai,Lge payabtle on demand cl harge able with .saiue duty as a promissory note for samei amllounlt. (EIutilh,.sed stamps must be tmed,wlhich may be obtained at all Post Oil?mes.) Exc?llTrroNs. 1. Draft or order drrawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria ont payable to bearer or to order, and useed solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any aecount between, sucht bantkers. 2. Letter writteil by a bantker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directing the payment of any stn11111 of iner, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, aud st:lht ,etter not heing sent or deliverel to Lite person to whom payLtientl is ...

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THE SUNBURY QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 November 1893

THE SUNBURY QU*ADRIL6E ASSEMBLY. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. The Annual Plain and Fancy Dress Ball in connection with the Sunbury Quadrille Assembly passed off at the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday night and, as is usual with these dances, it must be characterised a pronounced success. which was undoubtedly due to the in defatigable energy of the committee, Messrs T. Heffernan, Lee, Breen, and Mr A. Gregor, their ever esteemed sec retary, who, besides working hard to make the ball so successful, proved most courteous and obliging, The weather was nice and cool for dancing, soTerpsi chorean enthusiasts had everytling in their favour, in that respect as in every other. The attendance numbered about 80 couples, half of which were ladies, so that the inconvenience inseper able from a preponderance of one sex over the other in a ball room, were for tunately and happily avoided. The de corations of the hall were unsurpassable. antd were composed chiefly of evergreens. fronds...

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