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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

THE LADIES' COLUMN. An elegant cloth coat is carried out in myrtle green cloth trimmed with fancy black braid. The coat is three-quarter length and tight-fitting. It has a pointed pleated collarette, trimmed with a double row of braid with a fine line of braid in the cehtre. The basque of the coat is trimmed with the braid, as are also the collar, cuffs, and fronts, which fasten to the neck with hooks and eyes. The quantity of double-width material required is five yards. A stylish cloth coat is made in the fashionable tabac cloth, and trimmed with black braid with a waved edge. It is cut to a three-quarter length, fastening to the left side. The collerette cape is outlined with braid, and deep pointed revels are turned back over the cape in front. The waist is trimmed to resemble a corslet, and the sleeve cuffs are finished with three rows of the braid to match. The Elsa Costume is a useful- and c7ic style for a morning walking toilet. It is made in striped cheviot, and trimmed wit...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WONDERFUL JUST THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

WONDERFUL JUST THE SAME. The drummer had finished an especially miraculous story of some of his personal experiences, and had stepped just outsir'o the door of the smoking compartmei t, where he could hear the comments of his fellow-travellers. "Goodness me," said an up-country fellow, " what a wonderful man that chap is." '"Huh," retorted a rival drummer, "no thing wonderful about him." " But," persisted the green-looking man, "just think of all that happening to Olm that he told us about." " Do you believe that ?" asked the other one in a pitying tone, "why, there wasn't a word of truth in any of it." The countryman never turned a hair. " I reckoned not," he replied solemnly, ' but a liar like he is is a wonderful man to me anyway," and the drummer gave a warning cough and came back into the smoker. SHOOTING STARS.-Millions of shooting stars pass through the earth's atmosplire every day. At night, when it is dark enough, we can seee the long trails of light left behind by the larg...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"ASIDE A GOOSE A' NICHT." [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

"ASIDE A GOOSE A' NICHT.' In a rural district of Forfarshire a young ploughman went courting one Saturdtas night. A preliminary interview with the object of his affection passed otf success fully, and in due time he found himiself seated with her by the fireside of the farm house kitchen. This was John's tirs appearance in that character, and as ~he and the girl had had little purvious acquaintance he found himself sadly at . loss for something to say in order to begin a conversation from which he expected so much pleasure. In vain he racked his brains for some interesting topic, but he could call up no subject at all suitable for the occasion-not one sentence could : c utter, and for two long. hours he sat on i i silent despair. The girl herself was equally silent; ste no doubt rememberea tihe teaching of the old Scotch song, "M'3 i maun be the first to speak," and she sat patiently regarding him with demure sur prise. At last John suddenly exclaiimed "Jenny, there's a feather on y...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FARM. PRINCIPLES OF BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

THE FARM. -I PRINCIPLES OF BREEDING. It is generally supposed that .the progenRy wi!l, ^f least to some extent, ;,;r;t, the qualities of the parents; hence success depends to a great extent on the exercise of the skill a:nd judge ment of the breeder in the s-lectiun of lit' sire and dami ; a knowledge cf the.r ar:ent age throughout severai gene? ations i; of vital i:n:port.ance. A predispo.it.ion to di-ease, says an Atlericaa breeder, is equally transmiissible, as is that of a h:ealthi arid robust cons:itution. It is no lU'usal occurrence tir certain wall marked pecul arities to be ahl,·.: in one or hiwo gouert otns, and yet ::l liear in the.next." F'rtu and constitution are eireqluenil3 ithoritedl from remote an :cestors. An eftect lould be made to correctr ac.weak point in the female by the selecti?n'of:a fintle in? which this point iS ptom]li:n? l:y] developed. The dam is chili1y :responihle for the iuternal organ t'i::?ni~ ic ii u-ener-lly reflectedi in tleprod ue ; the external...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUNBURY NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1893. SUNBURY MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

ar~d .thea:,blige- i, u fl inst t 2tio in'i ay tw oe ik, rid . -'..8. ii, , . . ... 'I ·r::" ". e ,scoal... an 1 J' re iLit L i'r" a-,85',:Iand' feo-, Yn Iootio i?la diffwist' o f' literary s ieni' :ail inipro lenge ae- bte-lhen..: the in.titut'ioi ?v tow1-:n i,!-t n en' O(ie Li?if· should reei'ive ' wide-sarid upor: t lb u ish al ft 183,i33 os o- 7t, 1wa Snit, bd 1sp?t at'ori e e?et oGti x£8o0 and- we oiips l e teire eas en bve, draft ccf' 6.J to b' wiped frot tSe thit tiSe_ e a f b -r o 1oiover? s --- Le r. .een mi.de the echasedat a cot of 75. All .tbes; piesuimabls is w ell .,known to i peopn everyday and Government Giant ofhas o be paid £2is reei peery anum itm aight close shop. It is pitiable to] bevsp atcerdin .roin;ruuL3 i frolt thi hould be ta sov and much to be regretted that the public genrcally etdo not tae mre int eret in tenir only institube of subsei hae 'ne r resent `re il muinformet e aittd, a t heLibs trary reain- everoomsy da an even adequate. Tin addition to ligh...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LABORIOUS HUSBANDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

LABORIOUS HUSBANDRY. Malta is a striking example of how natural conditions may be overcome by industry and thrift. Although it now blossoms like the rose, nearly its en ire face was originally a barren rock. Soil was brought to it from all pasts of the world, to be mixed with the island stone reduced to powder; fortunately the rocks are soft and easily pulverized. Want is unknown there. Things that are con sidered valueless in more fertile countries are carefully treasured; egg shells, chaff, the sweepings of ships' decks, rags, corks, kitchen waste-all are kept until a tiny patch of land can be created out of Iht solid stone. When that great day arrives the peasant farmer breaks with a pickaxe the surface of the rock to the depth of nearly two feet, levels it, throws back the sma.ler stones and powder, then adds the soil ana refuse he has so carefully scraped together. When this scrap of land is diked and walled to prevent a " washout" and pro teet it from the scorching heats of su...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FARM AND GARDEN. PEST ON HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

FARM AND GARDEN. PEST ON HORSES. A correspondent of the Argus writes, c in oerning a fly-pest noticed recently at Somerville:--" May I be permitted to state that by the description given it is evidently commonly known in America as the beot-fly. This insect is a most danger ous visitor, and in many instances his work means death to the poor horse. His rave ges are mostly confined to the hairs of the ett lock joint. Many times the eggs are deposited on the neck between the jaws. After these eggs have been deposited 'afew days they occasion the animal great irrita tion, which causes the horse to nip and bite the shin and hair, thus removing the eggs by his teeth and then swallowing them. The result is these eggs hatch out in a small insect, which constantly gnaws the lining of the stomach. This gives the horse intense suffering, which if the cause was unknown might be taken for a severe attack of colic. ,f not removed the horse is certain to die. In cases appearing of this description...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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INFLUENCE OF TEA DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

INFLUENCE OF TEA DRINKING. We have been favoured with the text of an interesting and instructive lecturette on the above subject delivered by Dr. P B. Bennie, of Melbourne, at the annual public meeting of the Australian Health Society,' held recently. The following extracts will prove of interest: "Tea is an infusion of the leaves of certain species of Thea, and consequently is a very complex beverage. Investigators have determined no less than 35 different ingredients in a single cup of tea made with boiling water. To describe each of these one by one would take too long, nor would it be profitable, as they are not consumed separately. Sutfic e it to say a word or two about the four principal con stituents, which are theine, tannin, a volatile oil, and gluten. Theme, which exists also in coffee, quarana, mate, and the kola nut, is a nitrogenous compound, a powerful nerve stimulant in moderate doses, and a deadly poison in large ones. It is used by threc fourths of tae human inhabit...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

N. WIMBLE, Late Secretary for Lands ad BRegistrar of Land Tax), Valuer, Land, Estate, Financial, and Seleotore' Agent, 317 COLLINS STREET, IMELBOUBiHE. Orowa Tenants' and jAppellantse Buusinu Promptly Attended to. Trust Moneys TO LIND in large and amral! same from £100 to £20,000 nm approved Rnus Fad crasian siad sgrisnltural farmn Jtj- K - - -;,- C OUNTRY PRESS ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby. given, that 6he Offices of the above Compaiy anid Association have been REMOVED to 124 WILLIAM STREET. C. S. C.Lt , Manager Melboutne, January 3, 1894. T O INV NTO ,8 fATEN T S Obtainedia Coloaiea and elsewhere f e. proved methods or appliances, tools, k&o, of any deacription. !'all iLformtion, coats, ke., se.t oX appli, cation to A. 0. 8ACHSE C.il.± SWOwLI," Patentas and Trade 'arks ofmi Ooaxis OOLLms k WILLIAM UT.-44 MUasoUnNx. NAp Whenjer goes to sea mind e.r drinks WOLFES SCHNAPPS. It ain't -adulterated an' it.?s a. 'armless as hlothers milk. it. i the bestSprit goin for sailors - b...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SYSTEMS OF SOWING WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

SYSTEMS 01+ S) V1KCAWxl EAT.: The va(tius stas o& f sowina whent tc • haveIbeein testt 'at tthe Kanas Experi- hi .ient' Stahonk chiefly with the view of tl i.u!ng the me nlodlnown in the United w iatfes as listing which has been stronely tr recommeridef for arid regions. 3Bv r thisu mtethod , the seed is deposited in la furtows from 6in. to 10in. deep. Trials h of several planls of sowing have been rr made sin.e 1839. and in every rear but 4 ore the " listed " wheat. hs lone heast. it The "listei" used in the trials consisted a of.thuee small double shovels, as they s< are styled (double plough breasts being P probably meant) attached to the frame F of. the drill in front of three seed coulters. i Tlhe earth was stirred to a depth of at least Gin.. and the. seed deposited in it, a having thuis the ad vrnlage of a m.isit 1 seed-bed when the surfa,'e soil was quite d dry. The rows were 1-4in, apart. The ( Ibroadcasting, rhller drill, shoe drill and a hoe dril method...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WENT OFF WITH A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

WENT OFF' WITR A FRIEND. Mr Waters' wife was one of those loving young creatures who are happiest when engaged in some such task 'as carkyini' the minorin coffee andl -rolls to their -husbands' bedsides, fetching their slippers; aind cleaning their pipes for them. M~i Waters was fond of her oin particular life companion, and in six months of married existence had -cotin pletely managed tr spoil hiin. Jacob Waters had developed a prize tempbr for iriitableness and even irascibility. L Molly's heart grew sick within her as days passed and Jacob's crankintts increased,- or at least cohtinued. She began to grow hallow-cheeked and the co6rners of her' anatomy were sharply perceptibe. Molly endeavored to remain quiet whenever Jacob began to scold, relying on the old saying that one person cani not quarrel. But she soon discovered this a mistaken refuge. One person could qdarrel; that one person was Jacob Waters. And for such trifling causes! A drop too much of milk in the coffee, an extra...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

EN E WS AWND N O- T. ES. - BULLA G(iUNCIL.I[wasni(it;patcd that, thpie i-i,?d, be a'wArm.i discussilt, i at the B ll (J, ncil n uiuiuda. ?in the iniotid in came on toEi lmwer:tlhe ffi?trs' salaries; The result nihtli b sutiushd l ,as a co iplete . bwhill Sri', (r .'l.f syfflt gavwho te notice-t.- last-.mnet ingi that Iliie-" ioul;iiI e th1it such:ia step i tiken, dec(ided to take the officers 'sparclt ly; :He i-movedr thitt he secretary: engineer,-,and" collector be rediced .50, aild his.j rinmyal reasin appeared, to be ,that i.rtrpidiichint w. fishni ab eju st, iItw. and ns othie- shires ad i ineh t. i .r st Inth t t)o hleI tle., eivu'ihbld d1o thi'l sann.:i1en..}iiLalL.t.he. cuou nciilih'?; ivti l'?l tn.y t'o1?id iot see it i i that libtt for til:' n;ti?fh: . w;i3 lost. "ily thie .lmover - nr coii'l? 'on.ms-tinr - it. -Cr 3i'.Anliff.r (,oi !cn-';: s ii; "tl a l] ,icaii(ii fo:i triant ser ,r l-c.i ofe .yP, l ,,;-! Hel,]t t?LlttOi, .ro)n .oliit: iC'inrr ill to W'. !yra n. '1 The :~p...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

W mINKaLs.-Don't believe that you can get rid of wrinkles by filling in the crevices with powder. Instead, give your face "a Russian bath qvery night; that is, bathe it with water so hot that you wonder -ihow you can st id it, and then, a minute lfter, with cold water that will make. it glow with warmth, dryit' with a soft towel and go to bed, and you ought to sleep like !a baby while your skin is growing firmer and coming out of the wrinkles, and you are resting. PUEPB An ItaleriON a PsiNTB.. Mearn John Danks and Son, Ltd., of 391 Bourkestreet. Melboarne, have long bee, well haowi u. thq lWading Pump House ia the coloafte. thlis Li a. al. b- ose ,of their test iiaoilitiey' id they puib ib' special Pump Catalogqe, which they post tree. If you want a Pump, write them what you want it to do, sad they will advias you whic is the bt for yoar purpoe Oatri fgatal Pumps a Apeaulit. " FIENO'S" TEAS Choicees New Bea?on's from the finest gardeniis of China, India, and Ct) ion. Scientifically ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A FEW DAYS IN SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

. FEWV DAYS IN SUNBURY. lIaving decide.l to take a fi'n da;v'. hlid'y, alter many vyM's o. :oil in kit mctro.,jpoli t, the queston th l pr:.? .tedl its'lt to ute whetI sti:ll I s! n It l ht'e,:?' I seiz '. a railway gui.le, an I in turning over tie leaves my e.vy C-lu1hi, thve :a:.l Sunbury. ý) neve'r havin4 vsi ed that twnn (?) befnore I d,.termninl. to take advantagi ,,f this .oprtu Il it:' tdo do s. I left the ": marvellou. city" by the (;.40 train on a beautifully file mornianl" the sun slliing out glonriusly, giving every appearance of a fine day. On the jo,urncv up L twa. r,'adinl, atnu did not note the change in the weather. When I reached ily destination-Sunhuryv was surprisedI to find that it was. and had been, raining heavily; fortunately I had my overcoat with mse. I was dis appointed, very imuc so. I sat in the waiting roen for some time, tlebating the question with mIyself whether I should stay or return to Melbourne by the next train. I decided to s'ay, an I the rain h...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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TREASURE TROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

TREASURE TROVt ' BY WILLIAM LAWRenICE. " I dreamed about that buried treasure again last night, Jack," said old skipper Maxwell, resting his oars a bit to draw his sleeve across his weather-beaten face. whichwivs moist with pei pirition. "Don't doubt it a bit, Uncle Sol," laughed Jack Belchers; Who sat in the stern sheets of the boat. "Oh, you can laugh," responded the old fisherman, locally known in Bar month as Uncle Sol; "but there's more in dreams than somethink for, andeverybody in Barmouth knows that Captain Kidd hid more than one chist full of gold along on this here shore." "I know some people say so," said Jack, lightly. But Uncle Sol, unheeding the words, resumed his rowing, and went on " If you and I, now, could only be sn lucky as to find it, Jack, think of the good the money would do us! I wouldn't have to fish for a living. and you could go ahead and finish your nchooling, jest the same as though Squire Belchers had left you his property, as folks always calculated he ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

BRIEF NOTES. Th'e ,a':ltanl, sheet ,of th:e iBulla Shire is pubitshe:i ,n our alvertisinf,, coluns, S4,.,.ssf'ul : af stil.,M's Crecht last t!ve ing. Ful' ilop "I't nf xt issue. Church of 1'Englaund aunual mneeting on Monday il nexr. Mr Gi(li's t, h.> tenl're,! a ialiqun.'t in the ;,I Ibttrnte Town Halt off Tihurs day i st Fe bruarr. Th ie Attice of tise ,ie.al f- Sikr- A;'e';s a:li its cont ints were toti l c.i dv tr, vtc y fire Orn Santilry last. n attemlpt was made on l,:Moalv lat to wreck a r'ain otn the Lis:uore 'I.th ?iLrtee fir-l in fN'-w Si:tth \V a'te nn 1"-,I . il.lag Cs estimuate. at. t'utr ti'si at Brokin Hi I on Ti lI-urs ,aliv. the- I ll rt , iit. Ti t.ijol Ih.l.iatre . 'It ll\} no, rl a i}.lill'1. lt', M Mrs Ktoirr was hl-time! it t i. !b " i lo; rnt'lO ( nl oil I, ly, -14:h ih s", \noiher rich th!iI ,f odhi riTported r,,.a \ sotern .\u- r:l'::. I)?tr?iuc tvP ire in Li tifn n oiii I i h r ilt. ' h! ' < , ;ansd i lv I. e fire is set dt wn :it .:11" C';r. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. c The ordinary mantlhly meeting of the b~,la Shire Council w??was- held at the Shire.Ual1, Balla,.on Tiiirsdav. Therie 1 t ?'re .esetiit--('rý 3D DM i ;gall' (presi deiil7 l)uncan, Starkie, McAuliffe.'Bel, j P nd, Oellie.: Thi' mniXTh s of th :prev usaneructn;g w t.ro T onand on • . , ..lrtle i ....: ':i ? . . CORRESPO ? rDLi ", " Srim Arnall and' Jacnks fo i.ward g. to d =pf steeti ofthew Mluul 1:: i Duec.ory? , mnkd neces ittry ~ot enile ms ''ii Reei' ed1 eFrom iMelourne Eonsp tialforp scka children, intimatitg that the cour cul atn;ina subscr ption mis n7b1sdue R FruinI M Gardiner,:' i ry,i' " rlieiha.l e rwardid a i0 ist`tzýi= ita frgt hi 1€: m.t gut .of.his.-rate;aind: -equ istng any a knoiidied e itt2t-eeev From Sir 11 iJ laro .enelc ig2 ra t,. R " , 1 :& i F'ir.in E. Sydney IIapha iltou rna, t? the- folloniii effei :? a i et h pi irll, ased -tlte if 1o'itig. aill ,t ,Ie?r ts of Jand at Sitiburti fronm the 't rertinent 25 to .8 ,years g' ?Atll ? ti...

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THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

THE HiOME CIRCLE. PLUM SUET PUDDING.-.Jix together one pound of flour, twelve ounces of beef suet, a teaspoonful of baLing ponder and two beaten eggs. nloisten with water; pour into a buttered basin, boil three hours. V?EGETABLE MARRoW.-Peel the marro w, and out into suitable lengths, throw into salted water, and simmer very slowly until tender. Drain well, and serve with melted butter or white sauce. POTATO C(ROqUETS.-Boil half-a-dozjn large potatoes and mash them through a wire sieve with a wooden spoon. Add on~ ounce or butter, the yolk of an egg, season with pepper and salt; whip the white ot the egg into a stiff froth and stir half of it in, then form into egg-shaped balls, dip in egg and breadcrmmbs. Pry in deep fat a light brown, drain on paper near the fire. WHITS lurNIPS.-Pare the turnips, choose as nearly of a size as possible, lou in salted water-plenty of water--unti, quite tender. Drin and press through a colander with a wooden spoon, add a cap of cream or milk with a s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

Srr - - - :-- .- . f- : ... t -uI meteials kepto T on ha d a F , C?URNE PR -.(?E, W B i& EWDAIb:. : : if . . .. . .w.. . . c ARPENTER& I? 7 . -5thiates giveii f6r nl kiitds of work. h:aresDii su . pLES TJIE ,SU- F..OU -DING i.STRG~ Wtr+ aR.AiTE- uW GUERS Hi BEST " QU e T' '-=:": . L10MOYADE, IZR-\1. SODV ,T1lll. "Fllow the Footsteps of the Wise," And S VE MONEY by buying your Clothing to measure-or Ready-made, and BOOTS & SUHUOES from LINCOLN, S UART & CO. L td., 28$ FLINDERS ST., 2dELBOURNE. We make Our Suit at Capital Ors. Suits, to ie; i sure, from is made from, "d4 b st All-ool roua, 10. Materials? is perfectly. Trasers, fitting -and Ready-mado 3 1 S-. ld. s : beautifully really good -. flnished. S twv o %o . . .. No Chep Sndo ..::: I -Patterns iteady-mdle adt?? u 'Sel Suit-. 3'iS. measurement" SVictorian '/. - . . - : Serges. F"F" " Serges. :IDont Forget. We have the largest stock of hi rhc?aSWooilena{, tialia * ni?o-nms of all kinds. `endi for o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

-'tery Desi-in' s.y '·:.& i ' p-?r- -o: t j JOB PRINTING EXECUTED CAREFIULLY SWITH D'sPATCR." Business. :.;"SUPPORT LOCAL TRADESMEN WHEN YOU CAN. .... . . . :.... ... ........... - ., PUblished every Satuirday? V t is the leading avertisin~ te hum of .1-URROPUNDING DISTR[IT, . LA.RELY CIRCULA TED IN ,THE ELECTORA TE. -o. . - ý s.is t ,·_ r a ._. ý . --4. '. The Propriotors ýistridts through h l ich the ,- , . .. . IR.CULATES, and bg to in timate that all orders for RINTING entrusted to tus are' ANOY a nd Plain Printing in: all Colors of Paper and Ink?? 4 . .Silver or B-,ronze. .--... E ask for a trial, and respect fully submit that you car not than by supporting its locally estab i of the NEWS, and its power for good is greater. NEWS" OFFICE, , ?rI?r t, : 3. : -- RIad the "hNew' -i trice 3. Busiess, RYB BROO iR'PLE MENT CO. LTD. -. RA7PBRuOK JUNCTION, Bimch. a WARRACKNAB IEAL.: =iar:os ,bt. HILL & WYCHEPRPOOF. -;A t-~"-'--N - - T- a-m MANUFACTURERS OF PATENT STUMiMP ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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