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OUR NEW SERIAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
OUR IEW SERIAL STORY. In our present issue we publish the opening chapters of a highly-interesting romance entitled "Winning a Wife in Australia; a Story drawn from Actual Experiences." The narrative is from the pen of A. Donnison, and it will prove of vivid interest to Australian readers, as it it deals with phases of life familiar to the colonial mind; and the portraiture of life and character in both city and back blocks will add interest to the charm of a well written love-story. There is no lack of adventure in the story, although there is a gratifying absence of that melo-dramatic nonsense so often foisted on the reader as typical of life in the Australian bush. The story will be read with pleasure by all who prefer a story of life as it is, and men and women as they are, to the mock-heroics and sickly rhapsodies of the ordinary run of writers on Australian life.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
RAILWAY T"lIE TAULE. p" DEEDTGO TO 3IEL^OURLE. i I amma. p.m. p.m. p.m. Bend~ligo .. 6. 12.0 3.15 7.20 Golcden Squate ... ýG.T a12.3 3.18 7.23 Kangaroo Flat .6.1 12.7 3.22 1 Ravenswood ... 12.26 ... Earcouit. .. &5 12.40 3.5 I :tlee j arr .. 7.0 12.50 4.5 8.5 dep.7.5 12.55 4.10 8.10 ewt ... 7.14 1.4 1.20 8.22 El;phinstonc... 7.25 1.191.36 ¶ Throdlae . 1.2s 1-.41 S.47 Marsbhnrs ... .% 1i.34 L52 8.57 " RIelesdale Jon "1 ¶ a arr. .. 7.59 L51 .8 9.12 Kyne:on ýdep. 6.3 Th.15 2.6 i.28 9.27 Gasrisnbe 6:2t . 2.1$ J .30 Wo4odcna 7.0 .SC 3.2 . 538 9.42 theedon 7 .1 .40 2.3 5.50 ¶ `G:shorne 74 1.. 241 5.55 9.57 Riddell'.s GreeTk 7.3 . .5 6.6 Laincefield Jun 7.50 .. .3 6.17 Sunbur 8. 10 9.10 3.18 6.32 10.30 D iger s Rest d I ¶ . Sdenuham ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶. St Albans S.40 ... 3.40 6.56 10.48 Bra'brook Jun 50 . ... .. Foot crarW\est.5 .. ¶ ¶ ¶ i MizdleF'tscray ... ¶ \ Melbourne 9.6 9.46 .4. 7.21 11.11. 'Melhorne .10&950 .4.S 7.2511.15 c. tops when tequ 3MELB3Q>R1 T O ':BEDNDIGO. . p.m pm...
THE SUNBURY NEWS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1893. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
SaTURDAY, FELBRUARnT 3, 1893. T'HE MECIIANICS INSI;TUTE.L NowITrsTaiNDtiG that a: notice was posted in the readingroom,. aridl pub licity given in our columns, that the annual meeting of the Mechanics' In stitnte and F'ree Library would be held on Monoday evening, the meeting, so far: as the attendance of the g'neral 1ublic was concerned, was a failure. In'addition to the committee, there were only about three others present. And, consequently, the committee had the delicate duty to perform of congratulat ing themselves on the good work they had accomplished during the year, and complimenting themselves on the hand some balance they had to show. If the public does really appreciate the work done by the committee they ought to at least give evidence of that apyreciation by attending the annual meeting. The apathy displayed by the residents of the district is not at all encouraging to the gentlemen constituting the coimmittee, and if a more lively interest is not taken, time, we ventu...
FEED FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
FEED FOR HORSES. If all oars could ii run through the uill it won niake' better feied for hare. - The reason has be 11 given many times. Both thmegra~id iii the' chaff digest' et.r The inrligestittle wooly fibre of h th t' -ini >.f broken admifs rf the act inn if thie stomnane more firely'l and fu!v. Ca r feerder3 of hersc= lun- tiwhat in fe.dini oa £, e ectal1t the wiir> trant. munch doe iedn en tlrc mature : L-l nr-r j 41haff. It' is net alwravs tr:". heav est. 1 grain that give's he e t rbe... Ti;.,. which s miuch above time st ar:m lal w'"' 'h: hes nmc'st often a r'.'mumh, gmi:tv, cl~t * whuich Sc acts r-n the 5Im.~n.m a -u I pel much ci the gnii!, in ain in i' r state. The h::!'. 1:Vev e" . tex: is u: is laxat've. an :I a ilm I-ate ti t ' c' f breading"r auii ma, ait thi. is 1t mmr*,ii. ~ in a-'-ngin i.r~:; h tI! 2 it :i\!i: :!'ain 1 .it a nesarly1m ' he' ý.a~tr. I et tr us e a li rht .rein. whiff h na li torn. r: t b:,rc~u h o dict's el. I: i;S cmrfurn')v ·:ii ctcm w tha...
STREAKS IN BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
SSTRLEAKS T IBNUTTER. .:2 Streakd in butter are often seen sfier unusual care ot the cream has been taken and preparation of the i butter itself, which mystify and disEourage the butter makcr , whose, ffort tov produce a superior article are earnest and sincere, sa in exchange. ie trouble.. arises from the di ,slvin i`alfri f er the butter has btI±printed and pak d nd mar be reviiid by a second workng ovr, six or eight hours after the s:It has been introduced. To "tilosC:h:w 1ari1 e not tried it, the amaiint of: water expelled from butter that appeiired perfectly dry' at the firstworking will be a surprise, and the butter will present a nniform color and solid ap pearance, not before apparent. Salting whh brine in the churn,while the butter is in thle irranukrs form, obviates the difficulty in some degree, lrut it is n.t possible to avoid the streaky condition aitngether by hurried packing and dispensinz with the second working.
BULLA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
BULL A. [FRO3M OUR OWN CORRBSPONDYNT.] Friday. After a long spell of hot weather the atmosphere has at last broken up and a pleasant change has set in. No less than four snakes have been killed in the township this week. They appear to be far numerous this year than ever. Our cricketers are to journey to Keilor to-morrow (Saturday) to contest a match with that clu'o, when they expect to render, a good account of themselves. The annual cricket match between the town and country members of the Oak land's club, took place on Ilr R. Bell's estate last Friday, in the presence of a large crowd of spectators; the day being all that could be desired for cricket. This is the fifth contest these club's have engaged iii, and they are locked upon as the most pleasant outing's of the year held under the auspices of the Hunt club. A. Nash acted as skipDer for the home team. while A. McCracken pri formed a similar duty for the townies, and the former winning the toss sent his m.n to the wickets, w...
THE FARM. SUGGESTIONS ON MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
TH E VAlM. - 4 LTSUGGESTIOYS ON MILKING. In the c urse of a do=tnstra:tion on butteer nukiIng, ?dr Tlhomas Smith. dnirv i:.suct'r for the .PBut Count.; C uncil (elivored an address fr.\m which we make the following extract : SOne of the Sfirst and most important el metn:s in the manufacture of butter is the p cpe- treatment of the dairy cow. I am afraid that on a great niany farms this is a matt r which does nit receive the careful attention which .rit mndoubtedly deserves, but, on the conitrary, it is often undertaken in a sliovenly and haphazard way. It is to be feared that generally too little atten tion is paid both to the housing of the cattle and to their proper feeding andci treatment. To milk a cow 'clean' has always been the ambition of the milker. and when that endi was attained he was perfectly satisfied. But to milk a cow in a cleanly war, althou4h of equal im portance, did not, in a large percentage of cases, come witlhin the scope of his consideration. I have, for exam...
SUDDEN DEATH AT SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
SUDDEN DE~ATH AT .SU 4IBL RY. n "uiilay mrirning last the sudden t'i of Edward Ball took place. Thy oiT 1, who was 55 years of age. was otie of oitfordshire.England, where earn d 5souse hiv years ado. He cane to tits coloii ab *ut tw o years ago. shlvr:tly aifter ihis arrival was en'age.d Mr .1. S. Joihnston to work in his evard, at which place he remniufd his death. iies*z:erial enquiry was held at raiglee'' tn Monday afternoon eii M'Mhonu, J. P. anl the followingr tositions were taken: 'tewa t 'Johnston, on oath, deposed : m a rigneron, residing at Sunhiry. In the manager of the Craiglee Vine- t d. in the employ of my father, James ;watt Johnston. Thie deceased,r ward Ball, was employed by my her to assist me in the vineyard and fr duties about the place. He came .e in May, 1892, and has been working 1 ily about the place ever since. Sonic aths ago he complained to me of ins in his chest, but was not compeled leave off work through those pains nril a few weeks ago. On two or three...
GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
GRAIN ANS) CII.iFF RElCFITS. Mr eo. Evan,, auctioneer, 439 Flindcrs lae, ireports:- A large busi hess doing at low prices. Wheat. 2s cl to 2s Gd. Barley.-Malting, to 4s Gdl Cape, to 1 10d; Maize quiet at up to vs 2d. Peas, 28 to 2s Id. Oats. -Stout, 2s Id; Algerini, milling Is 7d, feed to is Gd. Brian; d. Potatoes firmer to £2 12s Gd Onions lower from £3 to £14 `Chifff:-Gontinued vcry heavy arrivals have reduced values; prime,. 2 5s; good, £2 to £2 2s Gd. Messrs R. Robertson, Son, and Co,. Flinders-street, report :--Wheat.- A fair business passing at 2s 5d. for prime. Barley.-Malting, a stron.g market at up to 4s Gd for prime; Cape. Is lOd, is 10ld. Oats.- Agerian in heavy supply, und far beyond the rrquircments of the tirade; in the absence of specuila tion piices must be quoted again lower; best, is 6d, infeirior, is 4d; stout, 2s 1d to s 1d. Maize. A. rctnil inquiry at 2s ld tod Es o 111. Peas, 2s toi2s 0d. Brain 6cd. Pollard, Gad. Chaf, £2.to £ s. -heavy isiupply .' Potatoes War...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
C 0 M.M · aE R~ C I A L;;~ MELBOITV'\B _M \IMETS. rPnv 4\ Ali 1i Vit v'1iO)DUChE 1LEI .rT. itr CGen. I vtw,, auctioncer, -4 39 F1itidels-i;jue, \X relH ts Jnw :' ¶ 1: Fr lOiiCter it ;' su)~\ ud for ýgts I-ri i- s triOii 3d Ic, iJ pe lJ i u ll:'il ii to goodj Giol iI e 1to T d-; lte i I"Itod Puotted Ibutter ft ou -- .i uc C ±ccorl itig tO Cundittwn :ind~ quui~'tl", Etgs.Y---A lItrge qonartitr fý,.ra~od cuiettug fremn Gd fri £ : for 1t l sr dlt ýte bts. C,:eese. is iS Cot))iug tO Iiu fi recly ; prime, d to 41 ; miediuu, 3d inferior, lower iritlle uatured, 51 to 5-I. Poultry. ýoung fowls, ?s 91I to 2s 6:1; others, Is 1i to Ls 3id. Ducks, 2s to 3s J.u. Geese, 1s 9d to 3 5 d. Turkeys very scurce liens. 5s t.C : auld gý fiiler. lOs to 1Gs, according to size. Bt con town tured, Gd to Cad. Hams, Gad to 711. Gard~n hones', prime, 3d; beeswrax, 10 d.
NEUFCHATEL CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
NEUFCHATEL CHEESE. A contemporary prints the following directions for making this kind of cheese so much in favour amongst European epi cures: Neufohatel cheese can be made with equal parts milk and cream, or with fresh whole cream, or even skim milk. The directions given, are for equal parts cream and milk, and the cheese should be eaten fresh, or.a short time after. Mix half a 1 gallon of new nilk with half a gallon of cream (sweet) in a glazed earthenware jar. Mir one drop prepared rennet with ten drops of water, and pour into the jar; stir steadily for a minute or so, cover the jar, ' and wrap it in a blanket. In twenty-four hoars the contents will be of the consis- - teny of clotted cream, and ready to put in the itraining cloth, which must be suffici ently close in texture to retain the cream, but not so close as to prevent the whey draining off. An open wooden crate put over a tub is a good arrangement for drain- 1 ing the curd. During the first twelve c bours the curd may be...
RETIREMENT OF THE HON. W. E. GLADSTONE. LONDON, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
RETIREMENT OF THE HON. ''-W. E. GLADSTONE. LONS.ýN, .Tan. 31. Tn political circles a st isat ion has been can3d by the st'te'cent published in the PZall Ial Gazelle this afternoon that MIr tGladstone is about to resign the Prenmiership on accoiunt of his ad vanaedl ntre a;nd; the 1 isappointimenit he feels at the failute of the u Home Ilule Bill. Mr Gladstone is at present on a visit to Biarri z, in the south of France, but his private secrettary during the after noon teiezraphed to him the effect of the published report, asking him for instruc tions as to dtlenins or aftirmin;g it. Mr Herbert Gladstone, 1 .P. for Le.~ds, ays there is no foundation for the report. lie states that his fatlher is in splendid health, all things considered. and eager for the political hattle of the couting session of ParliamUent. Feb. 1. Mr Gladstone has telegraphed frnom Bairritz a denial of the truth of the re port published by the Pal JLd11 Gazelle, but the denial is so qualified that it is widely re...
TESTIMONIAL TO MR SPEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
TESTIMONIAL TO MR'SPEIGMT. TheMinister of Railways was asked on Tuesday to allow the enginec-drivers and firemen in the employment of the Rail way department to collect finds among the men in the locomotive branchl for the purpose of presenting Mir 5peight with a testimoniaL The deputation which interviewed the Minister stated that Mr Speight, while commissioner; had won the admiration and respect of the em ployes by the impartial and just manner in which he had treated them. He had been the true friend of all in the depart ment, from the humblest to the highest. It was explained that there was a regulation which prevented collections being made among the employds of the department without the sanction of the Minister, and this the deputation sought to obtain. In reply to a qurstion by the Minister as to why the testimonial was not presented when Mr Speight left office, the deputation explained that it was considered inadvisable to do so at that time because Mr Wheeler, who was then...
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
COMLIfTTEEI MEEITING. The cinlmittee vier subsequent to the annual meeting. Present-Messrs P. Eadie (in the chair), Kurrie, Morris, J. Butler, Mounsey, Cahill, .Johnston. A. Butler, Loney, Breen, Starkie, Just, and Dr Johnston. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. For the position of president Messrs ( Kurrie, TJolhnsto'i .. Butler, and J. Monusey were nominated, but each in turn declined, and Mr P. Eadie was I unanim usly rie-elected. Mr Eadie returned thanuks for the honor con erred upon him, but stated that, I having occupied the position for three I years, lie would much rather sonicme other member had accepted it. Mr Just was re-elected (unopposed) hon. secretary, and Mr Looney lion. treasurer. Both gentlemen acknowledged the confidence placed in them, but would have preferred being relieved of the duties. REPORT. The secretary reported having for warded the statist report. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was received from H. H. Wilson, secretary of. the relief com mittee, requesting that the amount...
BULLA C. C. V. SUNBURY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
BULLA C. C. . SUNBURY JUNIORS. be At Blula last Saturday these clubs met for the third time this seanon, and dl after an enjoyable game the home team sE secured a victory by 29 runs. The fielding of the Bullaites ivas exceptionally good, while on the other hand the "l Juniors can only attribute their defeat b to the bad fielding of their team. d Appended wil be found tile individual scores :- E SUNBURY JUNIORS. ti A. Clayton, b P. Whelan 6 p U. Grant, ,, ,7 it I. Carse, run out 0 J. Walsh, b S. Daniel 19` " (. Elliott, c T. Daniel h S. Dani..l a; W. Eadie, c Smith b P. Wholat 6 G. HFartley, b n i. Whebln, c S. Daniel h Smith 5 B. Eadie, b S. L)Daniel ~2 A. 1. 10roHibann, b Smith 2 ,). Murphy, not out '3 Sundries 4 Total i BUILTA Meeking, h B. Eadie' 4 C. Whelan. b Whelan. 4 S. Daniel, run out 2; Smith, l.h.w. b \V. Eadie 5 F. Daniels, h B. Eadie 0 IT. Daniel. b Whelau n T. Da:iel, c Elliott ( [-ouse, b \V. Eadie 2 P. Whelan, b Grant I A. Mullon, l.b.w. b B. Eadie 3 Page, b not out 6...
CRICKET. MIDDLE PARK V. SUNBURY SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
C R IC K E T. MIDDLE PAIK V. SUNButY SEiIoRS. The Seniors came out victorious in this match, which was contested on the RecreationlReserve on Satnrday last. The play shown was good by both elevens, but the home team vere seen to iaivantage both in batting and fielding. W. Carse gave an exhibition of batting for 76, which is deserving of praise. The following are the individual scores : SU'BUP.Y. J. Rigs, c Watson b Mi'Gregor 21 \V. Eadie, run out 7 R. Eadie, b M'Gregor 7 WV. Carse, not out 76 Hennessy, b Brown 4 J. Whelan, c C. Cox b Brown 0 Wilson, b Brown 2 E. Lane, c b Hurst 0 Sweeney, b Brown 2 Poat, c Watson b Honeybone 13 Murphy, b Watson 2') C. Mounsey, run out 14 Sundries 7 Total 176 MIDDLE PARK.- M'Gregor, b Hennessy S Honeybone, c W. Eadie b H. Eadie 43 Watson, b Hennessy 10 B. Honeybone, b,, O Cox, b ,, J0 Brown, b ,, O Duncan, b ,, 1 Hurst, b ,, O Turnbull, b ., 2 Sanders, b ,, O Rowe, b R. Eadie 12 J. Cox, not out 1 Sundries 3 Total 82
SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. " In answer to the announcement in our colhmns that a meeting would be be held on Wednesday evening, of those interested in holding the annual picnic, some 50 gentlemen attended at tl'e Mechanics' Hall. Mir P. Eadie, who was voted to the chair, explained the object of the meeting, and expressed the hope that all present would work har monionusly together to make the picnic a success. The balance shleet read by the hon. secretary (Mr .J. Mounsev) showed a credit balance of £11 5s. It was de cided to carry out the picnic in a similar style to that of previous years, and that it be held on the recreration reserve. The reserve was selected in preference to the ''run becnause there is a running track already fc rmed there, and also a cricket pitch. It has been the custom to boll the picnic on the 17th of March (St. Patrick's )Day). but as that day falls on a Saturday this veer, it was considered an unsuitable day. and a nmotin was carried that it be held on Wednesd...
PRINCESS THEATRE, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
PRINCESS THEATRE, MELBOURNE: The great success of the pantomime "Little Red Biding Hood" at the Princess Theatre is due in a large measure to the lavish expeneiture of money in mounting the production. The three acts simply bristle with brilliant scenic and stage effects ; the ballets are all on the most costly scale and the scenes are really magnificent1 Novel features run right through tee perfor. mance, and rarely have so much brilliancy of color, animated and continual movements bright music and singing, clever acting and exceilent c~ancing, been compressed into a singil entertainment of this class. The latest addition to the attractions of thi pantomime is furnished by the acrobat Don Juan Oaicedo, whose perlormances on a slender wire is really marvelous. It would be too startling for endurance were it not that the performer's manifest skill deprives It of theappearance of danger. The weekly as ary pain to Caicedo by Messrs Williamson and Alusgrove amounts to more than a great ...
AMONG THE GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894
AMONG THE GEMS. Garnets are brought fron' Bohenria Ceylon, Peru, and Brazil. The most common colour is a shade of red, but brown, yellow, green, and even black varieties are known. Pure stones are never larger than a hazel nut. Jet is a species of bitter bituminous coal. The best rubies come from Burmah. The finest turquoises come from Persia. The black diamond is so hard that it cannot be polished. The best opals are obtained from Hun gary and Honduras. Black, pink and golden pearls are more valuable than white. The emerald is now one of the rarest of precious stones. The star sapphire shows in its depths a white star with five rays. The emerald has long been regorded as a specific for sore eyes. The play of colour in the opal is due to minute fissures in the stone. Diamonds so small that fifteen hundred go to the carat have been cut in Holland. An uncut diamond looks very much like a bit of the best gum arabio. The best pearls are found on the Ceylon coast and in the Persian Gulf....