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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

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Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILD DICK'S LEGACY [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 20 January 1894

WILD DICK'S LEGACY It was a beautiful summer afternoon; the sky was a vivid blue, with fleecy white clouds now and then veiling the face of the sun and casting their shadows upon the ground beneath. The only sounds to be heard were the rustling of the full-leaved trees, the cool rushing "swish" of the clear and sparkling river, and the distant voices of the haymakers busily at work amongst the fragrant hay. The quiet country town lay bathed in sunshine, and all was peace and tranquility-when suddenly the whole aspect of the place was changed; the all was filled with loud music, not qiite discor dant, although there was a larger proportion of drum than any other instrument in it. In a few minutes all the inhabitants of Kirkstone had turned out to see what this unuusual excitement meant. The gaily-colored bills posted on the walls soon enlightened them, and they stood laughing and talking together as they waited to see the procession that was moving slowly across the old stone bridge ...

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

HOME HINTS. To get rid of the unpleasant Rmell in a waterproof cloak, wrap the g rment in fresh hay. It will be found ti-at tea and c-ff-e -re much better when kept in glass fruit-jars, instead of tin canisters. Nowhere outside of an old-fashioned romance is there a spot in the world where the incapable woman can to-day muxintain a foothold. Ordinary sticking-plaster is an excellent remedy for oDrns. It keeps the surface soft, and prevents the rubbing which causes the pain.

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

C R I a K E T. .At areeting of the .Tuior Cricket Clib, hlrld on Thursday evening, a I-livelydiscussion took p awe in refereence to the disrespectful habit (,o " barracking, and it was decided tihat off. n.ters be sumnmarily dealt with for the future. J.- WVal:h. gave, notice to move at the next mecling that the following rules be strutk out :--N A. 1. ...A t playe s, to be elighe for t e t rhee phies, shall have plat ed iu at least one-th'ird of the matchies contested for which they are picked.-No. 15. No :lteration shall take place in these rub's, but the committee shllh have lp'wer to make bie-law,s notic'e to be given in writing to. the secretary. " One-- of themin -trom ,R.iekbanmki writes as follows :-TSiK.It :would ap pear from your Ditggr's Rest corres ponmplt's account of the Rcckbank- v,. Digger's Rest cricket match that Rockbank obtained the services of MIessers Shebler and Robertson to }p?;t hut in truth we played a combination of Digeger's R'st, -.Bulla, and We!,eylV Co...

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

MUDERN -PROGRESS. The nineteenth cent:ury has already seen the Iroducurin of many -cientific inventions whi.:h are tht oac.rume and demands of the .ag .s- ch as 11t ating palaces, great engineering fea's, c.,lo4~rl structures, electric motors, and nou ;berlcAs contrivances which tend to make the old fashioned dsys we real of s m: what :of a laughing stock to us of the pr.sent day; so that commit a.,se ridio:tles the conser vative- idea. ant -t:'e thl-ory held by somen (withdue resplt to arhtie .logiss) event now. that What wa+ _co,,i eno.chh or their fore. 'fathers is i!t ;drl: ediou'gh f r them. While` stariting a day r tnw in il lbourue (en route. f'itr'onaionri u a holidsy), I had an o:tppi. t+ iiitv of itnsessiti the go-ahead charadte, of -thecity, ini ann:l some of the institutlots asnongst` whi-:h: 1 sauntered, in order to be pr.:pared= itoiantswer any questions which it- ht' e Opu.to meiby the Lonloner, who is frn.anallnccounts, sadly ignoraut of the com merciftm iNmportauce ...

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

PCR iSALf'L . IOR SI. Tw& Acres of Land aiid a rSt ved.roomcd HOuSe,!witliI C. DUNTON, t' ýcEtaa St Sunhury 0. t bus' S fr H~o seh'1 .Furniture, Xý ire Stretchers,: ii. 0 C1H'iC ' SUINI3',UL rft~i EN~DERS ieqtured. for lltoraraos,` e'et ;;° nad sý.ienoationlS'' to theR:. l 01jthr I'unlburiy 7e} osit £A-N' ?'t'deis' to 1U :eiut to the \rchitects on. oir lie'or~' nocfl'n:th .fniiu~ 03 lUrawiuig ·t · · S I k .: -ifc --t1. i ·..:... -- u .. Iiupi c"t. ,eop~e Wit i 1hclani» uf the. *R C. School, Sruiibturc, ~ OL :., 0L x -., · Archiiteei `an 'w- 1-r ve 0"ford Chanib rs, Bourke St.}:W., Melihourhe.~ PUBLIC NOTICES . CHURCH c-r E 'NcrLaAN: St.TNEURY T IIH ~ANNU L~. I TNG, of t M ry's Churrcl `of Enolafd. Sunbury. ull take ,place on Monday 2l2nd<" insttl'e d. in l at' 8.5 1at whicfh will :takue placi. the E ectiou. of ('huel wardens and. Vestrymen, fr year 1894; St 1r:l' .Church ofE Eulaniid. Suinbury 12th Janiry, 18E' 'N 0lr I~P~N CO c'OT TO± DA ·R?\I and _FAR\ERS r , Th...

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 — 26 January 1894

THE. HOM-E CIRCLE. MUTTON PIE.-Out off all the meat which yet remains on the leg of mutton imme diately after dinner; the day before stew the bones with a few chopped vegetables. Place the meat from the leg of mutton in layers in a pie dish; between each layer of meat sprinkle a little salt and pepper, and chopped onion, which should have been stewed the day before. Mix a tablespoon ful of some relish with a little water, pour this over the meat, adding water enough to reach within an inch of the top of the dish. Prepare the paste for the pie just as recommended for tne apple pie. SULTANA PUDDING.-Take a quarter of a quartern of flour, a pinch of salt, one-third pound of suet, one-third pound of sultanas, from which be careful to remove all stems, and mix all together in the same manner as for a plain suet puiding and cook similarly. Tnis pudding will be much nicer if served with brown sugar and sweet sauce, the latter to be made as follows: Put on a pint of milk with a little water...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE PHYLLOXERA PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

THE PHYLLOXE?-A PEST. By T. V. MuNsoN, OF TEXAS, IN The American Agriculturist. Only a few years ago the world was supplied entirely with wine, brandy, raisins and table grapes from vines of the Vinifera species, a native of Western Asia, all growing upon their own roots, and flourishing wonderfully in all temperate climates, except in North America, east of the Rocky Mountains. In this region a greater number of native species of Vitis taan are found in all the world besides, grew rampant everywhere, and the planters of Vinifera varieties here marveled, for some two hundred years, why it was that the Asiatic kinds would not succeed. They charged the fault to the soil and climate. But analyses of the soils showed no deleterious elements, or widely different character in them, from those in Europe, which produced the finest of Vinifera grapes. After a time the old-world grapes began, in places in France, to perish in the same way as here. Tnen it was that the lamented J. E. Planchon,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

N. WIMBLE, itto GOScrtary for Lade and B ýi tra of Laud Tax), Talurer, Laud., E£taue, Financal, and. Boleotor'a' Apnt, cll COLLINS STBHXT, IIELBOUBNILi. )rows Tenants' and gAppellants4Bumir eau Promptly Attendei to. T'rust Monoy. TO LRND aftlarge and invall iams from 4i00 to £20,000 cis approved B'q a i i Ktani3 autilreugaltuxal iarws Gelick ý!ud a.-oq t ~rt` wý 1 r~i nrJ 4'Y - COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY' LIM LTED. Notice is hereby given that the Offices of the above Company and Association have been REMOVED to 124 WILLIAM STREET. C. S. CARi, Manager. Melbourne, January 3, 1894.j 1 0 INV N T-O BS Obtainedrn Colonies asui eiaewhee fhr in. proved methods or appUlices, tools, ko, of say dercriptiox. 1a1l inlormation, osa?s, &c., sant osappli. •atioa to A. O. SABOG SE GO.E W ozRLID" Pataata and Trad ;Marku Of~i OornaE R OoLLIsnB WILnIAMy f, ? %0. s' cloEri s of fahing Gc IAgXPP "i asncý mucfor another sad case of drinkin impure concoctions. Wolfes SchnaJips is the only r...

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THE FERRIS WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

THE FERRIS WHEEL, The wheel is under the control of two immense engines, and risE s to the height of two hundred and sixty-four ieet Around it are thirty-six coaches, each I holding sixty persons, and when the engines begin to move, this great mass of I iron gently revolves until the passengers can send their gaze over the whole city, and the tall buildings which they have left look like the homues of the people of Lilliput. To erect such a prodigious piece of machinery was one of the'greatest feats of engineering ever done in thc United States. To put up the wheel a stage five hunded and ferty feet high was rcqdired. Staging was built up to the height of two hundred and thirty feet on each side of where the wheel was to stand. This was done by building towers ninety feet high, on top of which was placed a derrick, by means of which the staging was hauled up. The iron was raised with four derricks, one on each corner of the staging. Each had a fifty-six foot boom. Four hoisting engi...

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GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

GRAVE AND GAY. -- .? _~ " Death from lead-poisoning" is the polite expression used by Colorado juries to specify a gainbler' fate in -6 shotih ng affray. " Do not put your feet on the cushions," is an injunction read cocadionaly in a rail way carriage; "or you will dirty your boots," was found' added the other day by a cynical traveller. Matron-" Why, Lydia, didn't you go to the school of cookery, as you intended f" Lydia-" But, mamma, there was no lec ture; the lecturess is ill." Matron I am very sorry. What is the matter with her P' LyJia-" Dyspepsia." Ona a tram a few days ago a gentleman said to a young lady of his acquaintance in her teens, on seeing that she had a deep scientific book in her hands, "' Why, you select very deep hterature for your read ing I 1 had no idea .you were so studious." She answered, " Oh, is it a deep book P I did not know what to get at the library, so took this, as the cover harmonises so beautifully with my hat. Did you ever see a more pertect match...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AN UNEXPECTED TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

AN UNEXPECTED TRAGEDY. It was a wretched night in the town of Sparmouth; the wind was roaring wildly round the street corners and driving the rain before it with stormy violence. Under tho portico of the Theatre Royal it rushed with a shriek, as though impatient for the audience to come out and face its fury. And yet there, behind one of the pillars, stood a tall old man, clad in shabby-genteel black, with an old-fashioned and greasy looking chimney-pot hat, and a pair of gloves with dingy fur at the wrists. He was evidently waiting for some one who was inside the building. Presently he walked round to the stage entrance, and then back again, bend ing his body to the wind and rain, clapping his half-frozen hands together, and mutter ing to himself " She will rise-my pretty Gay; she has her mother's talents without her mother's bad heart. Ah, well, I deceived her first; she thought I was a ' star,' drawing my twenty pounds a week at the very lesat, and she found I was only a poor 'pr...

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FARM AND GARDEN. SALT AS A FERTILIZER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

FARM AND GARDEN. SALT AS A FERTILIZER. In applying salt to farm soils, th, previous fertilizers and cropsshoul, b. carefully considered. Heavy rich lo..m require less salt than sandy soils. Th. solvent powers of rain water are doublet' by adding ten per cent. of common salt which breaks up the particles of soil andi sets free all the available fertilizer. Farmyard manure gives back to the soi; many of the elements removed with th crops, and if the manure heap be reguIrly sprinkled with salt, the valuable ammoniha is rapidly fixed, and many noxious insect: and weed seeds are th.ýrebv killed. Saltis a valuable addition to most ferrtilizers, and the chlorine, from the chloride of sodium. dissolves and sets free many of the mineral and organic substances which would other wise be dormant and unavailable in the soil. One part of nitrate of soda can be mixed with two parts of common salt. Guano will take half its weight of salt. Superphosphates may be mixed with an equal weight of salt. T...

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WOMAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

WOMAN'S RIGHTS. That woman is getting more nearly the I equal of man in civilised countries cannot be denied, but it seems we must look to the savage tribes of Africa to find woman's supremacy over man. A German traveller tells strange stories of the terrible tyraan) exercised by our dusky sisters who have managed to place themselves at the head of affairs. The report may serve as a warn ing to men everywhere, especially to I effeminate ones. If our male friends do not want to be relegated to the inferior position here, we trust they will see the moral of the following : If woman must work while man stands by, With a pipe in his mouth and a wink in his eye, He will surely wake up in the near by-and by And realise quite, with a desolate cry, The depth of his degradation. He'll find himself governed by women M.P.'s, The law-courts all crowded with female Q.C.'s, And the hospitals turning out lady M.D.'s Who'll do all the work--and who'll take all the fees That once went to the lords o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

PIMPS AND IPUIGATION PLaNTB Messrs John Danko and bon, Ltd., of 891 Bourke-4treet, Melboure have long been well known as the leading Pump House ia the colonies This line has always been one of their great specialities, and they publish a special Pump Catalogue, which they poet free. If you want a Pump, write them what you want it to do, and they will advise you which is the best for your purpose. CGstri tfugl Pumes a Speelality. What is the greatest diffioulty a woman has to contend with in learn'ng to swim P -To keep her mouth bshut. " When you read that a millionaire works harder than say of his clerks, please to re. member that he also Bet more pay, " FaE OCR' " TEAS Choicest New Season's from. the finLst gardens of China, India, and Ceylon. Scientifically Blended and acknowledged to be the best value in the Mlarket. " FIEN0KH'S" TEA S Pure and unadulterated, always good alike, fragrant and refreshing, producing a delicious beverage, that all lovers of a good " Cup of Tea" will e...

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PARSON RUSDEN'S FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

PARSON RUSDEN'S rig FIGHT. The Reverend Michael Rusden, curate lc of Rodesley, was sketching busily. g After working hard for over an hour, he p looked at the result of his labor with the i feeling of a man who has done his duty to his country and the world at large. tl " A.h," he said, " I think I have at ti last attained the true artist's dream and rI ambition-color !" t There could be no doubt as to his hav- f ing done so. inasmuch as the trees he was h depicting had their autumnal tints por- f trayed in vivid crimson, the fields were a brilliant green, while the sea in the dis tance was washed in with a dazzling s blue. Furthermore, a solitary figure in the foreground was arrayed in golden brown, forming, he said, a quiet resting l place for the eye. The Reverend Michael Rusden was no fool. He was a good scholar, a fair preacher, an excellent musician, and a first-rate athlete. And yet on none of 1 these points was he proud. The one thing he could not do was the only thing about...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

THE LADIES' COLUMN. One of the striking things about the new colours which are shown is that almost without exception they are in shades tha' will harmonise well with black, which i.: but one of the many indications that black is to play a conspicuous part in winter costumes. We spoke recently of the popularity of black-and-white, and it is still a styhsh combination when it can be worn becomingly; but it is trying to many persons, and when this is the case it is a comfort to know that the black is the important thing, and that the effect will be just as stylish if it is combined with some becoming colour. Many persons who cannot wear black combined with pure white will find a very softening and be coming effect in the combination of black with dcrt, which is now one of the very fashionable combinations. For out-door wear the hues are generally of the unpronounced type, brown being perhaps an exception, since its most fashionable shades tend towards the bright and sunny varieties. C...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POETRY. MY SILENT FAMILY. LINES FOR AN ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 January 1894

POETRY, he de MY --SILENT FAMILY. al L1NES FOR AN ALBU?I, i Friends far away ! Brothers and sisters in those distant lands Kind, loving relatives, both young .ind old; ; Some entering on life's battle strong and bold ; Some nearly conquerors, with life's last sands Ebbing away! s! And some are dead, ta Gone to that spirit-land, where worldly strife Is seen in all its meanness, fraud, and ( stealth ; Where all this scrambling after fleeting wealth Seems but the toil of fools, who pass throý life By phantoms led. Yet they-are here 1 These little picture cards, which, one b) one, 0 Reveal their pleasant faces to my gaze, Bring clear remembrance back of other , days, When life seemed but a pleasant race t( run, Without one fear. Within my cot In the Australian forest, these old f£iends Seem oft to visit me; and on the sight Imagination sheds its vivid light, And memory, with the busy past thenr blends Al y lonely lot. Though silent all, Yet they tell me of many a happy home; Of fireside...

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THE FARM. LINSEED OIL FOR STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 27 January 1894

..otir l . . the Royal Agri. ultural hi' Ioe Farm at Cricket St. Thomas, S`'Somerset, where linseed oil is employed in winter feeding with highly satisfac tory .results. The me! hod fi;ilow'd is to miix one quart of linseed oil with one gallon of boiling water. This is poured from a watering-pot with rose over a heap of about four bushels of chaff. It is is found couvenient to make the mixture the day previous to use, and the quantity mentioned is enough for eight beasts. All kinds of stock horses, cattle, and sheep-were fed last winter in this way, m:d throughout thu season the horses were free from colic or gripes. The oil was bought in Lon don at is lid per gallon,. free on rail, ,'and was sent out in tins and barrels. .Reckoning the price at 2s per gallon, .one quart would cost 6d, and as this is sufficient for a meal for eight beasts, the outlay for oil would be about 5-d per beast per week. It is stated that linseed oil will continue to be used on Lord Bridport's farm througho...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed.) RETRENCHMENT IN THE BULLA COUNCIL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 27 January 1894

CO R ESPOJI DEaNCE. [We do not necessarily identify our selves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.-Ed.] RETRENOHM'ENTI T IN THE BULLA 0COUNCIL (TO TlE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWV). Si;, [i wasi surprised to read in your report; of the Bulla Council nicetin that Or i ?Dobugall allowed Cr M'IA:uliffe to separate ;his motion re rtheidcg the officers' and :daymen's salari:s. The motion was given in writing. so I am iuorinfed, and appeared in your paper- as tollouws:-?' That the SecIhtary}' sialry Ibe: reduced: £50 per :-an iuuini Healtli Ofefi'rs' sa! ry, £10 ';`Inspector ol Nuisances': saliy, £10 and all d aty liit býUi e G6s Jpe day " :The foregoigin I tak? f6oire.d isone 'motiiion , and uh oli ld tlIe'Pruside t allow the mover to makle four motions o6f it, as was evi deutly his, inteiition, fori when the first` one was lost, he (~C M' 4Auliffe) said "' I withdraw the others," . I was not sorry at: the result of the motion. for I 'con sider Mr DI)ninel is: r?eiving ;no m...

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