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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

|OPEN FOR DELIVERY. 'The Post Office will be open froul. 9 a.ni ti'l .-p.m. for delivery of. letters,.. newsbapers,. and parcels. It 'will also. be opeu" for letter delivAry only from. after the arrival of tlhe 7,15 p.m. train till 8,80 p.m. Stamps obtained to 8 p.m. Thd hours for registratioti of letters aro 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. The tel gPaiph portion of the ffice. will be oped,' fron, 8 30 s.nm. till. 8 p.m. All telegrams 'must be written in mink Mohey Order and : Sahings Bank. business will be transacted from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m.- Saturdays from 10 a.m.. till 12 noon. . The Savings Bank will also be pen on Saturdays between the hours 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the receipt of doposiIt only. Cheques will tnot be received in con neotion with any of the above Office;

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

DIGGEI'S REST. [FBQM oUR OWN CORRaSPONDUNT.] Thursday. A very painful accident befel Mr. C. Bedgood, of Holden, on Monday, 2nd inst. Whilst out shooting, and having discharged one barrel at a hare, and having the muzzle downwards, his at tention was drawn to the sound as if the shot was escaping from the other barrel. With the intention of testing such to be the case, he placed his left hand under the muzzle, and by some unfortunate occur:ence pulled the trigger causing it to explode, severely lacerating three of fingers, one (the index) so much that fears are entertained that amputation will be necessary. Luckily there was no shot left in the barrel or otherwise the result would have been worse, as the fingers would have been probably torn off. A few days ago a son of Mr P. O'Brien. of Rockbank, observing a large black snake entering a stone wall commenced pulling it down for the pur pose of despatching the reptile, when he was bitten between the second and third fingers of the lef...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FANCY DRESS. GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

FAXNCY DRESS, G NTLEMEN. Mr Cahill in the complete costume of A Jockey looked well. Air: Close was a French Waiter, which he represeDted to a " T. " Mr Dunn suited the Gavalry uniform that he wore, and appeared to be an accustomed military man. Mr Deverall made a good Military Band-master the gay coloured uniform having a pleasing effect. Mr W. Eadie was there in the full regalia of a cricketer, and struck one as being cool and comfortable. Mr A. Gregor as Vica Versa drew a number of curious eyes on him, who appeared amused at the " get up. " Mr R. Gregor showed himself off to advantage as a Gyclist. Messrs Lacey and T. Whelan re presented the noble game of football. The former presented himself as a member of the Port Melbourne Football Club and the latter' of the South Melbourne Club. Mr F. Lee's imitation of a Sailor could not be surpassed even by the original Jack Tar. Mr Lind appeared as Father lime and became the character to a nicety. In fact his transformation was so clevor ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

COMME RCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS.. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. Messers H. R. Garter and Co., 533 Robb's-buildings report (4th January) :--Very little business has been trans acted since last report on account of holidays, and values are as under: Wheat easier at 3s 4-d for old; new firm at 8s 2d, ]3arley unchangedat Ss 2d to 3s 3d for prime good 3s to 3s Id; feed, 2s 8d to Ss 2d; Cape 2s. Oats in moderate demand at 2s to 2s Old for stontfeed; milling 2s to 2s lid; long feed is 92d to Is lid; Algerians, is 5d to is 8d. Peas easier at 3s 3d to 3 31d. Maize unchanged at 3s for prime red; white, 2s 9d to 2s 10d. Chaff unehanged at £3 2s 6d to £3 7. Gd for prime; £2 10s to £3 medium to good; inferior. from £2 5s downwards.

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

EVNI~rNG DRESS. LADIES. Miss Assender Mrs Blackburn ,, Breen ,, Brown Bride Miss K. Blackburn SBeattie ,, Burton , Blackburn M. Bell ., Benedict ,, B. Bell A. Carrol ,. K. Carrol ,, Cahill - " - - ,,A. Carrol N. Cahill Mrs Dunton SDeverall Miss Davey ,, Dillon ,, Edwards .,,L Fanning, ,, E. Fanning ,, Fitzpatriok Mrs Greenwood Giles ,, Gregor Miss Gugger Hawkins ,, Hill Mrs Johnston Miss Langan ,, Long ,, Lind Loonie ,,Leyden Mrs McDonagh Maconochie Murdoch ,, Mounsey Miss Millican ,, McCuskey ,, S. Millett ,, McKeon (2) ,, MeLellan ,, Meade L. Monusey ,, Mongon ,, Matthews ,,Murphy (2) Mrs O'Brien M O: i Miss O'Brien ,, Parkins Phibbs Mrs E. Smith ,, Sweeney . Miss A. Sage ,, S. Sage Sweeney ~ KW allaee _ v _ ,, Whelan ,, A. Wallace ,, Wilson R. Wallace ,,. Walsh ,, Shannon

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. Mr Geo. Evans, Auctioneer Western Market, reports (4th Jannary) :-Fresh butter: There was a short supply in to-day, and prices were slightly easier, buyers for shipment holding off. Best daries brought from 8=d to 9ýd per lb, a few special higher, medium to good, 74d to 8d; pastry, 62d to 7d. Potted butter; Short supply and market easier. I sold from 7jd to 8.d qer ib, according to quality. (New and secondhand casks supplied.) Eggs were in brisk demand at advanced rates, from 10d to to 10-}d per doz, and lid for private lines, the market closing very firm. Cheese dull of sale. Prime brought from 44d to 5d per lb; medium to good 3$d to 4d. Hams town cured 8d to 8.d, Bacon, 7d to 71d. Lard, in bladders,; 6d Carcase pork (Friday), small sizes, well dressed, 4d to 41d per lb; bacon pigs 3d to 3$d. Garden honey dull from 2d to 2,d per lb., Beeswax, 10.d per lb. Poultry: Prices were much easier all round. Young fowls brought from 'Is 6d to 4s 6d per pair; ot...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

SUNBURy 3r C A mieetinl I(:! t lI o Sunbury MhiL??;' ulittcee of the. . ....n ~ jll~t ý!ttie w heldw at the hall la, ý ird, r heldn There were lrs. nt - eL, ýs I? a P. die (in the ch oir), ('allil M i sey R p Kurrle, Hlirst, Ljoatvv, Breen, and .?j Mr Just apologised for the unavoid. able absence of Mr Starkie, and M?r Looney for the absence of AMr Lyons. On the lmotion of Messrs Mounser and Cahill, the minutes of the pretioui meeting were read and confirmed. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were passed for payment, on the motion of Messrs Just and Mounsey :--Mr Lee, three months' salary, L6 ; 11Mr Boardman, stationer, 5 periodicals, L3 8s 7 d; Nicholson and Co., tuning piano, 15s. CORRESPONDENCE. From the secretary of the Christian Mission, asking for a reduction in the price of the hall. As the committee thought the charge of 10s reasonable enough, the request, eas not granted. The following correspondence haus taken place over the encroachment of ie nnourv uenamýw he State school...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GEORGE AND GEORGEINA. PART FIRST. Chapter II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

GEORGE AND GEOR EITNA. [By MAC.] PART FIRST. Chapter it. The remarks were not in complimen tary or decent language, and were aimed mostly at my companion who could not conceal the fear and disgust he felt. I desired him to go back home, and having seen him safe into the tent I turned, boiling with indigna tion, on the brutes who had insulted us. I walked up and demanded what they meant. This proceeding of mine some what dnimped their bravado-however;. one of them at last taking heart, perhaps in their number, and flushed with liquor, cal!ed me a filthy name. In a minute he stretched his lengta on the ground, and I then flew at his mated As I was strong, young, activ:, and had always been considered a good boxer, it required but a short scufflo ere Ihad adn.inistered sufficient pumish men4 to route the cowards, and th.ey were. so satisfied with what they ire ceiv , that they never after put in :afi aJ .? ae pr'.'hile we remained in t.b ocaity. I-aving a black eye and a cut lip, I' we...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE AMERICAN EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

'THE AMIEIICAN EAGLf, T.he American eagle is of a different va tiety from the eagles of France and the Boman Republig. It is of an American va riety-the "bald," or white-headed eagls, The ordinary name of the bird is a mis nomer. It is not bald, but simply white beaded, the feathers on the head and neck of adult specimens being snowy white. The honour of first naming this bird as the emblem of the United States belongs to John J, Audubon, the naturalist, whose name will be- forever associated with our bird life. He called the bald eagle the "Washington eagle," because, he said, " Washington was brave, as the eagle is. Tike it, too, he was the terror of his ene mnies, and his fame, extending from polo to Tole, resembles the soaring of the mightiest of the feathered tribe. If America has rea son to be proud of her Washington, so ihas she to be proud of her great eagle." .The: bald eagle, with wings extended, or " dis played proper," as it is called in heraldry,, was made the emblem of...

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

POSTAL NOTES. Postalb: Notes -may. :be obtaincda,. i&'. will .be payable :at any Money. Office:ia:: the Colony between the hours of 9 a.m.,. And 8 p.m. on week days. Saturday excepted. On Saturday, between 1Oa.m., and noon. The following are the demoni'naiona of the Notes that Nwill be issted, aid the price charged for them: For a Postal Note of Is. or Is: 6d. the poudagc is ... .. ... For a Postal Note of2s., s. , d. Ss., 3s Cd., 'is., or 4s. 6d., the: pound age is ... ... . . 14d For Postal Note of 5s. or 7s, 6td, the poundae is ...... ... . 2 For a P'ostal Note of: I1Os, 10s. 6d., 15s., or 20s., the poundage iv 84 The value of the Niotes hs., been .:so arraiued that a:y sum !of.shillings and sixpences up to one ,pound =may: ,boe remitted by not more ;than two, of: .these, notes. Sho:,ld it be d sired to; transmit broken sums of pence unobliter?"ted stamps, noi cxce.eding in value 5d., may be afiixed to tho back of a note and the amm)utnt of the note and the st6mps wilt be...

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

:MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (FRIDAY, DEc. 30, 9,2.) The ordinary monthly meeting of the Melton Shire Council, was held at the Shire Hall, on Friday, December 80, 1892. Present: Crs White (1'r'sident, in the chair). Hoare, Shebler, i-Beattie, Lock, Bubeck, McCorkell, Browne, and Mr J. L. Robertson, secretary and engineer. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. c CORRESPONDENCE. From Chas. Read, "Melton Park," enclosing cheque for £87 10s rates on " Melton Park" Estate, Melton.--Re ceived. From J. F. Minns, Melton, objecting io a new channel being cut at Toolern Creek, near Cecil's, as the proposed channel would cause the water to flow on to and damage his property-Re- t ceived. From William Thompson, Kyneton, 3 soliciting vote of council as a member t of the Castlemaine District Prospecting Board, as his time had expired-Moved by Cr Beattie, and seconded by Cr White, that iMr Thompson receive the 1 vote of the council as a member of the I Prospecting Board, on t Jaau...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BALL AT THE SUNBURY ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

BALL AT THE SUNBURY ASYLUM. The staff of the Sunbury Lunatic Asylum held their annual Plain and Fancy Dress Ball at the concert hall on Monday evening last. The weather was beautiful for the occasion, the air being soft and cool, which is rather exceptional for the time of the year, while the at tendance was as large as oli previous occasions. The hall was tastefully decorated with green leaves, flowers, and ferns, making a magnificient picture indeed. In fact, to work such a wonder fully pretty effect, and transform the room into such picturesque scenery the staff must have laboured indefatigably, for which they deserve the greatest credit. They are not to be commended alone for the decorations but for the able and praiseworthy manner in which the whole of the arrangements were carried out. Bright lamps suspended from the ceiling 1 and admirably draped with decorations. proved--agrrat-seqnguiitao the.t ap. pearance of the hall, the whole being in perfect cancord. Besides dancing, c...

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

]usiness. SUPPORT LOCAL TRADESMEN W.H .y O ,CAN. _ I*I P u...........sh d .....ve..... y . . a . . . . A-- . ..... . . .. . " . . . . 7 t -ea..? n a: vertisin " edium -1 UR OUINDING DISTRICT. LARGELY C ERCULA7E IN T¶HE ELECTORATE. PRI TE RS STAT ONERS. The Proprieteri lICIT the patronage of a the Disti ethrQugh which tee Circulates, and begs to intimate that all orders for ' t lJiQ entrus'ed to them are executed in good style at moderate rates and with despatch. EPT in stock to meet nearly all requirements and sold at, aiad below, Melbourne prices. All the Englisli Periodicals supplied to order MOST OF THE SERIAL YODIUMES KEPT IT. STOCIL Account Books, &c. : and all school requisites. Photographic Albums, Scrap Boos and Scraps. USI obtainedto order "N^S C)FRCW--.^l ...*: Brook Stret, SUN BURY. 'Business. GRAHAN PERMANENT__ FOOT ROT CURE aCL r A The Ovicnra has now been proved to be the Cert in and Infallible Remedy for Foot Itot, It not only Cur, z but is a Preveintativ, ., ...

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

U lFUL HINTS. . To WasH C3LOTrHS IN PARAFFI SOAP.- Cut down ,lb, paraffin soap and put it into a boiler of water to melt. Rub the clothes well out of the soda water, in .which the, have been previously soaked, put them into the boiler and let them boil for half an hour; then put them into a tub with plenty of cold water; wash them thoroughly, then rinse in blue water and dry, To CLEAN EmnomIDER?.-Gold and silver fancy-work of this description may be most easily cleaned with smirits of wine, either alone, or diluted wit'h an equal weight of wate:. The common practice of-using alka line or acidulous liquors is very injurious, and frequently destroys the beauty of the articles, instead of cleaning them. To RESTORE SCORCHED LINEN.-Ingredients: Two onions, Joz. White soap, 2oz. of fuller's earth, half a pint of vinegar. Mode: Extract the juice of tlhe onions by pounding and pressing them ; put up the soap and fuller's earth, and boil all together. When .ool, cover the scorched linen with...

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

W. CLAYTON, Pa inter, Paperhan~er AID GLZAZIEE; "AIfrade materials kept on hand at ? MELBOURNE PRICE, s. XSTIMATES G6 VNow O'Shaunssy Street, -L'NBURY. J. WILSON, IR OCER AND ' ENERAL STORE-KiJPER,. OPPOSITI NEW POST OFFICE, AL goods of the b'eat quality. Families waited on for orders. W. J. Parkin . UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WQOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNQTUALLY ATTENDED TO JAOKSQO AYD HAREER BSs, SUNBURB. G. S. JMatthews. 81DNY9Y STREET, Y ARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor ?s?imateg givea for every deacriptio OF WORK. IPLAI*S and SPECIFIC ATIONS Prepared. Cfftags Built, small Dep??ots, balance of Rji. ~ l Commn tions will Frederick Lee, Carpenter and Joiner Furniture piade to order, UPHOLSTERER FRENCI POLISHER. O'SHANASSY ST, Jipasrs wid r-stuffing yeatly dom. Charles Daniel, QQRDIAL MANUFACTURER, *UP?'IES TJ4K 8URJPOUJDINQG ISTRIST WITH ERfTEiD WATERS OF THE BEST QUIDbTY. IBWOXADB, SIXGa)-A1.E, BODA-VATHR. j4CTORF,-O0AKIAD fDS OAD, George Hirst, 'BPACTIOJCAL BOOT MAKER O'SHANASSY ST,...

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

# '4t 7 -* * * " *0*4 * *A I Eeey Description of JOB PRiNTING 'EXECUTED CAREFUILYY AND WITH DISPATCH. Si:)::. fl, ' la? n :M :Oircuiatin _ I Busriia AN INTERESTING LETTER 1Ou f WK .LL-2tNOW>S SPECIALI ST. TL3 LL WULLf, who its duly QotfrlIed md ID Rsge~iatrod. Is aware that Ty deporting from the ".% .A roudLne prscdoe .ad devoting himusclf ezluidv.ly a'tpeoiaJ branch, which he baa dona for some time ita Is nor trlcUJfollowong the latha of profesio'aea *elquette but, as u oonsldurabie bcdy of the profee4ac ::sir l:L13i3 x'G '' . :ýcaý;'1 ...iH . .' e :`' .:ýF·i 1, ý.º: .ea ..--.,..t ý ,,f ,:.:r ..":4 ? ' NV .ý, ;''!t'w Y,'. tAolsda;lt il : s '.pbla · tUlo' rldedd aoe of;'t~ib'e better to ue ikaciainstaoefe fm'i i 1 jo. iEefereooe to the'gCt 9CC .'J f >ce ' j Thj':j& - izedloaI know~eg orsý Ui.~t oaim wt6 r_, ia~ert etof tr.O',~,APrýýl, jO rAtiie _ .r u m i-adpirtiifn r eiiso -and ,rt . Yrsrtu," ` lish*.lziouey zdi: e si .GAfe4u lu JG1 Jtht "q C!ihc 1 re.4p L ~ouj't~inch...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7th, 1893. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 7 January 1893

Be just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JAxUARY 7th, 1893. NEWS AND NOTES. In our report of the cricketers' con cert, last week, M.r F. Macartney's name was omitted. He sang "Old Madrid" in splendid style. The long standing dispute between the Government and the Commissioners of Riddell's Creek Water Trust has been settled. An informal ballot had been arrmnged for giving the local resi dents, who could not otherwise decide on two suitable men, an opportunity of selecting them by ballot. Only two names were submitted by the parties who disagreed to the previous manaw, ment, viz., Mr W. D. Goeuman and V. MX'nrnlhv_ .v th. M iinsl fi;,eeJi as .t .'rK: quiently decided to appomit those gentie- men. A sale of cattle, farmers' indispen sables, etc., will be held at Mrs Wheian's farm, Bulla, on Tuesday, 17thinst. 8ee advertisement. The Intercolonial Cricket Match between Victoria and South Australia was continued and finished on Wednesday the Victorians winning by six wickets. Barrett and...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 January 1893

POSFAL N(thES. Postal .' Ntes i ay be obtained, amnd 4 wd1i he p;1OtwLlble at any Money Offiee i* the Colony betweenkthe hours of 9 %.m., .al $ .h o m o wfk days.l raturday. .ei±uteti *L it.Sý twitav, hbwateen 10am., The following are the detnoninsions of the Notes that will he issued, a dn4 tZh& trice harged for thea.:-- es For a Vc~ztil Note 01 1s;t or t.$&. the p~iatniage- ri... i .r or a Postal Note of $s., . O d., 3s.. E G61., 4s., or 4s. 6d., tkhe pound.. age s .. ... ... .... ·i For I'Postal ote of 5s. or T;. "6d., the ponundg;s is ... ... .., 24 For a Pe.t.al Note of lOs., 10.. 6d., 15s., or 20s., the poundage is Se The value of the Notes has bea' '!a 6. arraiiie that alt c wilt of ehillin ''. td " '' sixp'IIOe3tLS to uus pound niay ''b b...: remitited by t iiot ter thani tw#o of the.. notos. Shiuill it be desired to> transmit broken sum,; of p nc e unibli:itiiwdid ;t statitps, nI t exCeedt ing its 'mlaý ntA4 m :,y heii11x, t~it~~t the lhads k fa mot at Uz...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 January 1893

OPEN FOR DELIVERY. The ,Post Otice will be open frog .9 aa.m till 6,p.m. for delivery of letters, newspapers, and parcels.... It will also, be open for, letter, delirvey only fron, after the arrival. of the: 7.15 p.um train, till, 8.80 p.m Stamiips obtainied to 8 .rn. The hours for registration of ettas are 9 a.m. till 6 p -m;' The telegraph portionn of the oftioe will be open friiii- 8 30 a.iti. till 8 p.m. All telegr:uins iidust' be written in ink. iny?yi: Order. and Savingas B·k business will he tranu:icted from 10 a.m: tiK 3. p.m..- Saturdays from 10 a.to till 12 inoun. The Savings ank will also be opa on Saturdays between. the. hours.. 6, .?,m. and 8 p.m. yr. the receipt of deposits only. ... Cheques will not be ret.e?rd in"co nection iwitlih aFll tlo abot above E

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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PART SECOND.—GEORGEINA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 January 1893

L'PAT SECONi'.- GEORGEINlA. I had little, to assist me in meetirig the shock nay feelings received in tihl separation fronm ny young friend. Turn which wny I would sonme objett, Suie thought. some inc.ileit wouhl recall his dear image.' I l'onderd for honis long on the various scenes that had taken plae .frai. the time when firs t w. met at Ghin Ghin until our parting. Hi-u wiining, cheerful ways--his thoughtful. devoted friendship. Try how I would. argue as I did, it was but for .a short time. I could get; no conisolation, and I now felt 1 c'ould almast resign all hopes of (;eorgeina than loose Geor e. It. wvas with the most feverfik imn? patience I awaited a lettelr-ging to the post long befoire I knew it was possible-_fr_a. comuunication to reach. At the-end of the week, the time at: :least then necessary to hear from Sydney, I began-to get most restless. IBut. when, another three days pagel without the mail bringing me anythingg, I could scarce prevent myself fromu following the...

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