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LEAVES AND FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

LESAVES AD FLOWERS. What is the difference between an annual anld a perennial plant? A? thought. ies person will at once tell you thst. one never hres more than a single season, and the other for perhaps manr. But this is not .un xplanltion ; it is only a sttement of facts. Annuals, remarks an English rwriter, are remarkable as being free-flower ing pants. IWe grow many species of them in our gardens on account of the abundance and b:,nuty of their flowers. Fiowering is an ace of vegetable expend itre, whtreas ies-fin is one of vecgctsble accumulation. -inna.:i are in reality plints which expend their substance in riotous it.-alt ;iviing and seeding. They near theiselves out in a sinrle season thereby. They have spent .!i they have, and there is no vegetable surplus left over to carry them through the winter and enable thei to start busi ness again . when sari- reappears. On the other hand, pcrenniri l plants of all kinds bear more le- baies than flowers. They save something out of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. A DEAL OF EXCITEMENT DISPLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

: BOARD OF ADVICE EL-EC 'lON. _A DEAL aOF -EXOITEMENTT D- ISPLAYED. SAn election of five members of the Board of Advice for the Bulla School Distiict 113 was conducted on Wednes -day, and no inconsiderable interest was manifested in the affair right through out. In fact, many a municipal council election has passed off with less excite ment. There were eight candidates in the field, namely, M. M,'iMahon, P. Eadie, J. Cahill, H. Just, J. Duncan, : P. Brown, H, Clarkson, and D.Bain, and - the most of them left no stone unturned so far as canvassing was concerned. The State school at Sunbury was taken as a rendlzvous for polling, as was also the State school at Bulla. It may be as well to mention here that Messrs. M ' Iahdn, P. Eadie, and H. Just. were previously members of the board, and were seeking re-election. The hours for polling on Wednesday - . were from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the ": excitement in the township all day l~· long was intense. First thing in the i . mo-ning the cand...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BAD START. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

A BAD START. BY E.~'rA A. OPPEB. Buckley was bashful. That was how his business paitner, John Harriman. e, plained his being still a bachelor at thiz ty. seven. " Best fellow in the wide world i" Mr Harriman would declare emphatically. 'And he'd make a superfine husband for i any woman-Al1 I know bim. But he'sF. bashful. He couldn't make up to a woman to save his neck-wouldn't bother to :ry. But he's all right." Then Mr Harriman was wont to drift off into a warm enumeration of his part- t ner's endless virtues. Bat on this frosts t February morning MrBucl ley's admirable1 t qualities seemed to be under a cloud, as it f were. He marched in'o the office and i deposited his tambrella fin the corner with I a b.ng. His handsome face was sombr. his t bright and smiling eyes were frowning. I Jtr Buckley was feeling cro-s. Lr', why ? Be it recorded to his shame tae he had eaten too late and too much e . . to the o -.id t ne ornin, 3 Harriman was to ue away on bueiress that day, and the fact...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21ST, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

BULLA SHIRE -COUNCIL. THURSD4Y, JDECEMBERI 21sT, 1893. The ordinary monthly meetinig of the Bulla Shire Council was held at the Shire Hall, Bulla,. on Thursday. There were present:---Crs M'Dougall (presi dent, in the chair),- Bell, Duncan, Stiiikie, and 'McAuliffe. - The minutes of: the previous iieetiiig were rericd and .confirmed: c. .ORRESPONS DENO).: /- : From Messis. Cahill; aan Cariso0n, Sunbury, asking for a fortniglt' s e- tension:. ot tims oni their. contract (M1'Cuskey's Bridge), as the holidays are coming on, and the masons are- going away.--Granted. FromMaryv. Feehan,, WVildwood, call ing council's attention to ,the verjy bad state of the road at the approach:toI her, residence, and requesting :that isame be attended to. The Secretary was. instructed -o i in spect and report on'the road.. From Public Health Department; re questing the appointment of an analyst at once, or in default, the department would issue a formal order under sec tion 21 of the Health Act. From Dr. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE FORD. A Page from an Australian Girl's Life. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

A Page from an Australian Girl's life. The night was pfch dark.. Not a star was vjsible overbhead, and an ominous stillness brooded in the forest, broken-now and then by the uneasy note of a night bird. A peel of thunder rolled and lentl; from the west. Simultaneously came the beat of a horse's hoof along the narrow track. Then the cloude seemed to part, and a blinding, fiery wave of light descended A tall gum was split from crown to base, and for a moment the rc'ne was lit up with dazzling brillancy. The huge tree trunks, t-e fallen I ge, the sparse undergrowth, and the track with the horse now rearing and plnnging, but firmly controlled by his white faced rider. Darkn-.ss closed in again, and hose and rider proceeded in a soberer fasbion. From the overburr ened clouds now fell great drops, fast arid heavs. Soon the whole forest was dripping. The wind was rising, and every gaust blew the rain into the face of the rider, who merely bent his head, and turned up the collar of his coat...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A CHRISTMAS EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

.··i. ~· - ·I a ·;.: L:.I'DZ 1·· ~·I~: ··-· ·w -· ··-'-i~ '":·: ·: ItP·U I-`il. ·:G ~~i·il 6i~~zr ~·i, *r, Irj· .·-iz'.. r. '' ;b~· ·~· \jj / wy >AY - o e A CHRISTMAS EVE. Good fellows are laughing and drinking (To-night no heart shouli grieve), But I am of old days thinking, Alone, on Christmas Eve. Old memories fast a:e Sprrging To lfaagnsn !drbvhi ,e - Once more in my brain are r ng:ng Ah, God be .ith old times I There never was man so lonely, But ghosts walked him beside, For Death our spirits can only By veils of sense divide. Nemberiess as the blades of GLrass in the tirl s rtit grow, Around us hover the shades of The dead of long ago. Friends livirg, a word estranges, We smile, a.d we say ' Adieu I' But, whats.)ever else changes, Dead friends are faithful and trea. An old-time tun-, or a flower, The. simplest thing held dear In begone cays, hab the power Once more to bring them near. And, whether it be through thinking Of memories sad and sweet Or hsaring the cherry clinki...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WATER SUPPLY AND STREET LIGHTS. AGAIN BEFORE THE COUNCIL. WILL THEY EVER COME? [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

WAT ERs U PLY -AN Dl STREET LIGHTS. AGAIN BEFORE TUIE COUNCIL. WILL THEY EVER COME? At the meeting of the Bnlla Shire Council on Thursday, Mr F. Dpniel, secretary and engineer, reported on the above subjects a3 follows : - Water Sapply.-I- tried to see Mr Murray in reference to an appointment as to the the proposed scheme for Sunhury, but he is only to be seen on Mondays and Thursdays. However, I expect to arrange with him to makean inspection before next mneting. I have had considerable diffi,'ulty in obtaining plans of-the locality, and cannot replace the maps taken from the hall some time last'year. Re. Lig'htin?.-I find th're is a dis;nclination of electric lighting com plnios in Melbourne to take a small tling like Snnbury in hand. but a clerk in A. Alroek and Co's office was of opinion Mr Alcoek rmight take it in hand:privately, and T intenA to see next week whether he will visit Sunhury to atscerta:n whether there is snffici-nt indnucement for him to submit an nffor to .uneri...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

PRACTICAL Q s t -n Shoe i Maker (L:..e Fore'rrTQ, L. Qdilas London). _ S -N:~U R Y. Wm? CLAY TON, w Painter, Paperhanger Ai iTrade materials kept on hand at MELBOURNE PRICE, " PESTIMA TES GI VENo- SO'Slianassy Street - -; .SUNBURY-. . - . BEARBALL. "i I::.: - o- I ?UiGL.R. an. CONTRACTOTR, CARPE NTER & JOINER. IEtimatt" : fen for all kinds of work. I Orders prom?pty aftended to. ROiM STREET, Charles Daniel, CORDIAi'iLMANUFAGTURER, SUPPLIES TJ4E SURROU14DING MISTRI31 ._WITH ?RATED WATERS OF THE L,3OX.&.Df, gnoIGER--Aý ' SODA-W TJXR. .FACTORY--OKLANDS ROAD, Seo. .tStraug.hen. Sunbury that he is prepaetd to elier EiýY ?.IL K daily e 'at 3di. per quar. Springvale Dairy, S U.N B U R Y. WOOD, FENCINGYPA LINGS, BRICKS, &. :c; .: JAMES WHELAN Begs to Notify to the nIhabitts of Sunbury that he has _ OPENED -A-WOQID o YARD "STATION "STREET,`SUIBURY And will Deliver - __--' --_U1TUE IV =st2lt WHITE -GUM, 50 "0feet4fet fee 2 feet 8/=; I foots8/f:- - A Trial Solicited. Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

.JOB PfRINTING EXH4CUTIU D C4RKFIULLY .ý... -W~IT nlsPlSPA I r· fAF~ -· ~Jl;nb~u*y *"~1 ·:2 ~A.I1 %TS Ii All·~ '1eNee(f h X~ 1(Jlr i LI 'iI I ti l ii _i'C~~pi~tl f~tc.i I .'lj. jj L1 * AOETS3Et - - -.**. *lr * Q*ui U Pi'lt'Iz. I4 in~~ ~ ~ d i nvt 1· AO~Dertislttr~is:- ii 19t~i: ( ohm.;al W Mutmil * iiJi;4litc rt~ iiil .ti (,sI;.itrii. 4A 'a h eL~ IeIIc v r -t I~ueii a X.iitheathuncl. 'l . tio in~ Ic al h nt1 ii1,1-li.j~ dtorlr '.ona.. r o el i. aeltslra ie nl~% ed's ~~.trr LT~i..8nr 0 thee· stoin-ich'~ ~ ~ ~ .~ -Te a etae ue t cham i dipeluur-Iw pin~, ndrell.tori we~~ll~ fi temfo ai cloneiiltlic rndcihe ~dt~ ·iF ti~c~xuar~ly fo fn~iait les f ahnll ae itodi pe!!riods ToRegai Heamlr~. ld thr~:~r Strenthr· .~ ~ an Vigotm~a~c: I :: Vhene er persons fiand thD~ .niels~ eBS in~ : stat ;tee:~ihjl~ined~ 'litctl&6ut of healjth, itl: tticesiar idtisiliit !!ir;iulpny hI. t tuc d rsb 1.h Iboru-uc·Gthly m'; he h fo .ioiiPfc ra'iedciii iitr· makical A~ ectaon.,: ihed e Pills, a~t~t1.le by ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

NEWS AND NOTES. This office will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, to allow our staff the enjoyment of the Christmas holidays. The Aews will be published as usual on Saturday morning next. We again remind our readers that the Sunbury cricketers' annual concert and ball will be held at the Me~chanics' Hall on Boxing Night. The tickets are going off well, and a prodigirus success is antic:pated. S:In order that our readers may form A~ -tolerably good idea of the kind of weather they may expect during the holidays, we have obtained from a very high authority on meteorological matters the following forecast, commencing with to-day. It will be clear moonlight till the 25th inst:-Saturday, moderate southerly, threatening showers. Sunday, moderate s.w., fine. Monday, moderate a., fine. Tuesday, moderate s., fine. Wednesday, moderate s.e., fine. Thurs day, moderate, variable, and e. winds, fine. Friday, moderate n. and n.w., clowdy, Saturday, strong southerly, threatening rain. Sunday, moder...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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No Advice About Kissing. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

-No Advice About asIaP----- - A prominent publication, in which a department is given to answering ques tions sent by letter, has been. obliged to request young women pot to send in quires concerning when, where and whom to kiss.- "Any girl needing advice on this subject would, we are sure, not be guided by any advice of ours."

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

R JxmlS$' TO "]I'H -UNITED K1/'NGDO1 A\N I l) OREIGN OO V N1LIES.. ] r ri R~s -Elitn2J ounice or ulider. 0 1i}EPLY PoST C'RiDS 0 :3 JIN. it-... 0'J 1 : C(~uMlEu\cEICx FuEls.- 4' ounces or under... 0 2.' Over 4 onnlces,: but not o er 6 }vein atiljtio l tw o ,ounc.s. or u :dei = ('up ,to ' i ) 0 , 1h u Ip1~i'P4TJrD PAPEJIS (other tluui~ nows'I paper:).-Pei' e'&'ey twoounicLccs Or uinder (up to 4lbs) 0.1 iP&Prnn3Is s acid snllpiies.Pere'er ry" t1wolounces or under:(:(up o 11U)_... ... 0 1 ;RFExGIS~AiTio\ FIDE 0 3 Acknow lcungmt nt of delivery of aifacaisteield utitle 0' 3-. !iP 'nci i~s "Po isf . 'eol iu b - ' «,i~l'p e1arc of: 1lls or0 utitlear -1 '6 1~.i)3 Idiio~d~llb or :uiider(Ul): to l l ibs). 0. " L V1 fl LF'itk'1?S nIust-b)e'' full- :'posta g :andlatec ifee 'tlt'u f otl. ' extri 3 1(d .n ay bie 1poutt'ii :at' uuiy tine not cx ecd in"g a: qin;rt(' rof )t hour -aifter"-" manil closes, at. ali?). ourie' zie tienud osti } Ot)?rce, aii- 3cbiuii i'd.ost Otliee; :: Rail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

;T: MP I)UTL ACT. a U L-L'O':;::=i-~U,·CO EXCFUt\UE. ý .t anti 4kbbiii'y Ii 'La .l 111..:· 8d I: 9r iJ Oti. F.i 1441 1 ,1('~: . ' C Llib*lll 1r113 Ii~k11Ir~.lw)k pit: ~ Ill i~~( I i iit· l~~~ ()ho T 1117 wbi(:b u~a'v . jlij LIy f 4 pr ai'.ii i, e of ;I imLio tor luO-e slri -+. ,&II ; . 1111' Ipii ifl V. U du1'nle ti n l )a. st~t1 of.l'i oi\ Wlinoll ,orB7(111 r.lte'l. 1 ti rtni I. sller O Yr LI \,t:+). il Mi O 1ti. . t:.i "it Cl i.i il 441. or dei vei c.I o h 4(111 t.)'le Ili~lI 9.) 1 Iiti ait torlii ho iuii or L '11orsl o i khi ill mis t ",r -ni, to i, ia p Iraid ii \n'tI l orsag . I :' t or on I t.'; 1 4e Ob~rjqie loiw a y a"lly iiic OlI,~9.~~lO11 01 - n p+."r a ilio ,, G,rt , y c i'fl u t y it, -i d .;~ r p"=,o. U n o t d1ý it t tý.raidliillih ni .ý:"Lý(tilo~ i)cy9 lill ii or.~t o 7 iIi h lf ufY ik i18 i ii. At111 iili IC.n illj l.: e li.) 6. 1) afk, uiriler., 0' dinlllId II ulRIaneyr in : l: , pfoe1.ttj.t or olither .i l, . In `"L.estzIb 1 ti(i ";i +ºt I l. beare liI7i~1 ...

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The Seals as Linguists. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

The Seals as Linguists. Mr. Coudert of counsel for the United States in the Behring sea arbitration case at Paris stated that there could be "no commingling of the seal hbqd of Alaska and those of Asiatic iFussi0 x3 t' able counsel is probably unaware that prior to 1870 the seals composing the two herds referred to by him were all Rus sian, spoke only the Russian language, lived and died in Russian style, but as he is so positive that each American seal invariably returns to the islands of St. Paul and St. George and each Russian seal to Copper island, without an occa sional variation, Mr. Coudert may pos sess some exclusive-very much and ex ceedingly exclusive-information show ing that the Alaskan seals have wholly forgotten their mother tongue and ac quired a knowledge of English, and as the Copper island seals converse only in Russian of course commingling of the herds would be an unheard of folly. Fur Trade Review. A Novel Test For Drunkenness. A simple but effective test to dec...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Curiosities About Ireland's Emblem. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Curiosities About Irelamd's Emblem. The shamrock, Ireland's floral emblem, is a trefoil or three leaf plant much re sembling our white clover, but of the oxalis genus of grasses. While St. Pat rick was preaching to the pagans of the Emerald Isle in the year 488 he attempt ed to explain the "trinity in unity," but his hearers could not understand it. At last he plucked a trefoil (shamrock) and said, "Is it not as possible for the Father, Son and Holy Ghost to be one as it is for those three leaves to grow upon a single stalk?' The pagan Irishwere convinced and soon afterward adopted the slam rock as their national emblem.-Phila delphia Press.

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PACIFIC A MODERN OCEAN. At All Events It Is Very New to Men of Cancasian Antecedents. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

PACIFIC A MODERN 'OC.AN.. at Aln ves It Is ver --ew to aMen o SCauaslan Antecedents. It seems rather curious to recall the fact that very little more than 100 years ago the Psacflo was regarded as a Span ish lake. That nation claimed it on the strength of Baltoa's discovery in 1518 and insisted that it should be regarded as a mare clausum. This will bear com parison with the claim recently made to a like effect by the United States in regard to the northern part of the same ocean, called Behring sea: When Sir Francis Drake circumnavi gated the globe his sailing across these waters was seriously resented by Spain, which demanded restitution to her of the plunder which he took, but Queen Eliza beth made a haughty reply. Not long before the close of the last century the, Spanish crown again began to make a fuses because its monopoly of the Pacific was infringed on., It ordered the com mandant of San Francisco to seize the Columbia, the first vessel that carried the -American flag aroun...

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The Union Line of Steamers. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

The Union Line of Steamers. As the annual tourist eason to New Zea land is just about to begin, it now becomes necessary to direct attention to the steamers of the Union line, whose beauty of decora dion, perfection of comfort, completeness of detail, and unequalled table are well known throughout Australasia. Archibald Forbes was so impressed with the excellence of the service of this company that, in an article which he wrote for the Nineteenth Century he expressed himself in these words :-" The Saloon (referring to one of the White Star line), although not comparable in testhetin beauty of adornment to the 'Wairar.pa' of the Union Company of New Zealand (to my thinking the most beau ifully decorattd ship in the world), was spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. . . I have not yet seen an Atlantic liner whose state-room accom modation is equal in completeness, pretti ness, and comfort to that'which the Austra lasian voyager will find on some of the best of the Union Company of New ...

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NEW ZEALAND. The Wonderland of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

NEW ZEALAND. The Wonderland of the World. To say that New Zealand contains attrac tions for the tourist that no other country in the world can offer, is but to sum up briefly what has been expressed over and over again in volumes by distinguished tra vellers during recent years. " The land of the Maori and the Moa" is undoubtedly the most charming colony in Australasia. Its salubrious climate is a delight equally to the invalid and the robust; its scenery enchants the lover of the grand and the picturesque; it possesses attractions alike for the studeni and the sportsman, and as a holiday resort it has no rival. Relief from the heat and exhaustion of summer is found in the br. cing air of its hills and the cool breezes of its plains. To no country in the world has nature given the same wonderful variety or feature. Snow clad heights alternate with active volcanoes, cold lakes with hot, and side by side are foun i icy streams and boil ing springs. J. A. Froude in his work " Oceana" b...

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HE WANTED CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

HE WANTED CONFIDENCE. " You-yQu couldn't tide a fellow over this little flurry in the money market, could you ?" he asked at midnight the other night, as he stepped out of a doorway on Woodward avenue and confronted a be lated pedestrian. " What has this flurry got to do with you ?" demanded the belated as he came to a sudden halt. " Why, it's smashed more'n a dozen bril liant enterprises for me. If it hadn'thave been for this flurry I should be handling my tens of thousands to-night.--J.t isn't a real panic, you know, but simply a want of confidence on the part of the public. I think we've reached hard pan, and if you can tide me over for the next few days I'll be all right" " I've no money to spare." "There she g 'es, you see ! That's the want of confidence I spoke of, and that's what's led to this flurry We might as well b-gin right here You have confidence in me. and I will in you, and she'll gradu ally spread over the whole country." " Durn your confidence! Look at the cheek of...

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FARM AND GARDEN. BUTTER FROM CREAM SETTING OR FROM SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 23 December 1893

FARM AND GARDEN. BUTTER FROM ORE hM SETTING OR FROM SEPARATOR. Those dairy farmers and their wives who have always made the best but er and taken a just pride in it will not readily yield the palm for superiority in quality to the factory-made separator butter. We have frequently said that in the best farm flavour and appearance no factory could surpass, if even equal. The ripening of the cream before churning, no doub , has a good deal if not all to do with the extra good flavour of the best farm-made butter. But the comparative insipidity of the average factory article could no doubt be avoided by some systematic method of ripening the cream after it is separat d from the new milk. The following remarks by an English dairy farmer in a late issue of the Agricultural Gazette are to the point upon this matter of want of flavour in separator cream butter : "A correspondent writes to ask if any of your readers can explain the objection to butter made from separated cream. I would obser...

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