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LINES ON THE UNVEILING OF THE LALOR STATUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

S.LINES (E N THE U:V IELLI t i OF THE LALOR STATUE. The folliowin li:nes,' on the unveilint of the Lalor Stdtue, cump,-osed hI:. Mr Thomas Kealy. formerly a: resident of S..aubury, appeat'ed in the Ballaraf Courier of the ?2lth tlt : Draw quickly the veil aside, And let your thousands ,gaze with. prid..; A manly formt enshr~iined they'll,see, Apostle once of liberty-. .. The leader of that digger h nd, Who would not,.brook the iron hand.. \When speech had. failed, ;their steel redressed . : Those laws by which they were oppressed. In robes of State showti here arrayed, For hi-gh the ci?ie.? urt hliplaied;.. But nobler far. When rebil, he Loved freedomn more than loyalty.; Yet rebels could not state-meni die, If they for nauglit the laws do.. - This city's voiNlClhis right proclaim, And Lalor now a hero name. In i.thatbrief fight that. Sabbath rnorni Was ianarhood' 'rirlit.tosuffrage born., Eurek-i they ,i as not in m ?: When people's laws the people gain; AWe natives celebrate a day...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

O COMMERC IA L: tsLBouRns MARKETS. '.;;:: :GRAIX i.ND, CHAFF REPORT. Th N bew Zealanid Loan and Mercan tile ?geiey Company Limitite -held their ustal weeklv grain.sale on the Ist I'e!nruary. when: they sutnitted a cata ligc:tof 2005 hbags before a crowded :tttndance. of the- buyers. Competition all o.ud: was brisk, and they cleared the hbul:,if the 'offeri.',?s. . Wheat was in ke-: irequest.. G td il.lling sold from 3 ?d:to - '3d, and off lots fr'om 2s 1.) I t ,3siO;uts :tt racted1 fair attention Thi ijtej realsd is: ld AIlgeriani ifr onia:l 7iId to;, .?.adi; and stoutish feed, 2s( .::,The l offerings ofa: barley were. u! iipot r i ait a.i. no7 business of any nmnre at was tranitacte:1. Gape sold.a~ 2s I: ? i-aize realised 3s 4Ad; and peas 2s Id ·?-i

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MECHANICS' HALL. "P[?] AND GALATEA." [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

Al LCJ,.".A ?, I C :' -: L1. "P iG2, \L':N .\,. UAL .LT.A T h ' I rlln " 1 .\ n1n ,, D?h.) r, r - m atIe C ,lr - palY , ,uicil tilh I i'. f the *"ni burv ,. :lanl .ies a, n Mo tv nfig' ht, when thie \i'c staS , waI W. S. Gilbert's mvt, al come, ,lv " Pvi:,'lion:i and Gala o n ." T.!,e t'.ine. we r\ ,1fret fully Aeaark, ws * ,-,r c;por indeed for such ,a p;op'lj r cm(1p1 n tiy with so many clever classical e - ors. Those who.did. not atteld mis ed it treait seldoam if ever'. witnesse. h.re belloe. ' hlis is thy first pr+o,lu, iin ot he comedy at Sunr bury. A g'reat deal of interest sur roie id,ct the aearane Ipaia c of Miss Miud App)ltIon, and we .have .· - feigned pleasuri, in stating that the daughter of one of lir esiit popular actors,. scored on M londav evening a roosLt prornounced an(d afnlistadkale success. Ier Galatd'ea was a revelation and one whichc .drew f.a'oan her audience vociferous: applaud. She is ,"rta*ny to Ie congr.atulated on her triutnhal achievem ents. Q,:.! Mr ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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BANQUET AT THE INVERNESS HOTEL. OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB CRICKET DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

BANQUET AT TilE INVERNESS. HOTEL. OAILANvDS HUNT crtLU TRI?eKST : DINNER. A. very prettily: spread table, was laid for about 50) guests a't'the Inierhnes:. .iIo:el Tiulrsd:iy even1nlg; 26tlh ult, when the country members of the Oadklatds' Hunt Club entertained the town members' after the cricket matc:i'.... Th:, dinner arrangements .were very creditably made by'Miss.l4iýhlden, thlie' centee 6' the [n\erness. ,rMr Alex McOrackeri' occupied the 'chair, and Mr A. Me !Dougall the,. vice-chair. 'After: .,t!le g'in.'trous repast had i',eilved. i?te?uti'Oi toasting commenced. Mri A. McLDougall (master of :the. ho~rnds);. rose amidst thunders of a.:a pl.ause and pr'oposed ' the Queen. " Mr J. Huighes sahg " My Pretty. ir \tlex McCragknq (captain .of the Toiniies) uropo?,ed tie6heitltlh' of ':'Tlie' Bushies. " The townies had never had a more pleasant game; than that just pl yed. They hadl chanced to be winners, but had meti'foemen worthy of. their steel. Thei scores had. been good, the cric...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

C Bi I C K B T. 'A cricket mlatch was played between teanis represeitinig Sunuoury and East M~l N1ti.te on the g:ouitd of the former -..trday afternoon. The? East Melbourne team was led by Gag,; while It. Eadie captained the locals. W. Eadie anud R. Iadie were the first to take the bats,, against the trundling. of Lether and lBiddolph. The bowling of the visitors was good ani R. ER adi was caught without scoring. 1-0-0. Byrne partnered but-was quickly dis-. posed of for nil, being bowled by Bid dolph. 2-0-3.' VW. Campbell joined \W. Eadie. The latter was compelled to resort to s" tonewalling." These two kept togetllher for a little time wlhen W. Campbell was caught off Biddolph for 3. 3-3-9. Lane made 4, and was bowled by Letcher. 4-4-13. .Davis, who was bowled by Letcher, scored 6. 5-6-24. "W. Eadlie was bowled by BiddolFh for 6. 6-ti-24. Oxen haum retreated for nil, Ltchller doing the damage. 7-0--31. \sling, whd. made 7 was caught off Biddoilph 8-7-31: \TWinters scored S, when he...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

FAtM oD IDJr P.X IRODUuCE REPORT. r G'oo. Evai ns, ' Aiuctioneer, Wee. rn ffria'ket, repurts (1st Februar') :: i resh butter ifair. supply but owiwn to tie extiret e h:e:it: iiost of the . dairies ::arriv:iL in hiad conditionl .aid:l prices were hIi:liti ea..ier. PIrimel dairies, in good 0dd:rl, briought frlohi: 9 io 244 per ii;: ledurliinito ' good:- li to 8fd; heated i',itImfrei- lovwer: ~otted butter: Prime dil to' 8: "d pir lb; meditum to good 6¢d t:! i7.11' pastry sorts lower. New and secon-iniand, casks sipplied LEggs: R'e Ilar.lies iinidemanmd froi: 8d to Sld per d iz.Cheese: .Prime; 4.d to,. 51t. plin rl ;<inomedii3n -3& .to 41.. Bacon, ?yini'icred ,q.Td to. d. HIims,T 8d to S8d. Lard, in bladders,; Gd. Garden i3on'v :Prime, d .perilb. B?eeswivx to 1 i;,i pei :lb'w Poulti -r,:ith the excep tioin of` turkey s rather:- dtill ,'of : sale. :Yunng,f61ol;::Ss, 4d to 4s per, parr,; old 'iildI inferio r.,:.1 s -gd9,to :?s. 6d; d ticks,. 2s: to: 2s 6d;'geese,~e3s t...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

MACE D1ON. - [FaO r OUR OWN CORRESPONiDENTJ.; Friday. The boarding-house keepers at Upper Macedon are having a merry timue of it. All the houses are full. The Minist,.r of Mines, Mr M?eColl, and Mr. A. W. Howitt paid a short visit to Ma:cedlon on Saturday. They visited the Nr'series of Maced,,n and 4,-~per Macedon an:l the (over'nr's residbuce. They returned to Melbourne by the evening train. The weather has been intensely hat for the last few days. but at tine of writin'g a sudden (chan.ge to ,k place. There vwas very- viid lightning and very loud claps of :thund;er. There was a very heavy shower of rain last night and the weather is still tlhratening. A cricket tilatch was played last Saturday at R?;pertswoodl. between team.s representing, the iHouse" and -:hittertV The " House" won by 4 wickets an I 5 runs. Wedneslav and Thursday were the hottest days this seasn tile tei In eter registering 9.5, ant at Donald 1 ll degrees in the shade. The melting held on TIhur.sd: night in conne...

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GEORGE AND GEORGEINA. SECOND PART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

---- j1h MAC.] !,tCODl, PARLT. 'Patltf also I have t i go into the torn?try--after that I Ihall he at Your di:.gal, ahd trust to have the. plea-ure of your ronmpany. Again what was I to do. It at la i -st trek mue I migh: see what !,ort of a tnan his brother was. I obtained a d re't,,orv and ,soon faund "" Earnest F. Rl per, SurgSen, Five i)oýk. '' Thither I oiok a` cabl. The reasi, ncre war+ a g-.'nteel looking place, and I was shown into a well furnrished roomn-where shortly afterwards the doctor presented himself. The family likenetss was unmistakable. ---et with a vast difference. This man in build was somewhat like his brother. He was "youunger, clean shaven, his face pr ing that hlueish, sort of hue resulting from the renmoval of a bli ct beard. His eves -were small, black and shifting. His prominent chin and this lips betokened a firm determined dis position. In his movements he was, ii I can so express it, twitchey, nervout and unsteady. All in all, I thought here is the ver...

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SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

.StJNBURY ANNUAiL PCNIC.NI. ----«--- - A public meeting was hehl at the ,MedIani uis' Hall on Thiirsday evening iforithe'piur'ose, of electini: a cotimmittee to:' c.arr y out the arrangements in con iection with the Sunbury Annual piunic, aind.traansbt any. other necessary *business relative thereto. 'Mr J. Gilchrist wtis voted to the lcair and he calle: on-- . Mri H. H. Wilson, who said that everyone present ws w ell aware for what ;purpose the meeting was .convened. .It w-as to arrange about their annual picnic. He had expected to see a larger attend ance, whi-hh he characterised as vei-y poor indeed- -showing that the affair was taken up by the people with very :little spirnt---but it wais well known that Sunbu:.y was notable for lacklness of spirit concerning anything public. They requirea the initial movement to be mad.l and they would follow with their support afterwards. A complaint was lodged last year as to the nmamncr of ap pointing the commlittee, and a .sugges tion nmale...

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LOVE MAKING AT CHAUTAUQUA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

LOVE MAKING AT CIIAUTAU QUA. Felicia-H-ow sweet and 'yet how sad the chanting of those Vesper Bells at the Pier, Algernoon, for they tell us that we must part, 'Tis the signal for retiring.` Algernon-I'know, clearest' but let us with draw a little from the glare of the Athenian. Watch Fires, for :they may attract t :hE " watch" to our. lingering. (They move. away). Felicia (reproachfully)-Do you not love: the classic' atmosphere ofthe lHall of Phil osophy, Algernon ? Algernon-Ohb, yes; I love it, but (whisper-, ing) I love you more. (Thoe, sit dcjvn ori.a lone in the profecting shadbw of a tiee.) Felicia (leaning( her head upon his class badge)-Ah, Algernon, you mcn are so incon stant, so unreliable-more unreliable than the information we get . at 'th Athenem -. H. tel about the arrival and departure of trams. . ' Algernon (earnestly)-I am not. Felicia (sighiug)--This is my first sea'son at Chautauqua, Algerion, and I know what I am talking about. Algernorn. (vehee ently)--But, Feli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

GOeer..l I[i fi:-atr ,o Bill f ElJlJle .Ut'' . ilA r-: G. . ---a - me.'- wi-o L naa s--i 11ha1 ll tl.l t *,i'v 1'ii ',f 1', t i t'ti l:teLi, £' ti' , t n ;Le u ut :1 n e,it fo a, :r 'l i at . º i. l " a' iny i, 11, .I i i. Lt - o?Lt ;., .,f i- :, .,i t ,in ilr \al ... 0 1 0 B ill oi l exii t? l ', i,.t, .. .. i '." 01 s iient :iit n .I : aule ,vithi - it,: ,l tLJ. ts-ita prOli.,ia r) 1 e1 (Etcn .i,,ad l l t, ., nll s h 11111 ,ed,' which may be obttl.ned at all [i.. - U..:a-..) 1. Draft o'r ilr:r tie Ivn Ili } an. 4 iOiIanklir iII Vlot' . " 1ipoi in oLte bisikei III \ Viioria otL tal oie tL betlito if to uLi o.*r, htidl i4i0l olul.) l ir tlie pli ",i se of ..' t.l.ihlg or cleariing alily ct':,onl b twV It:l ,ciLih b tkters. 2. .l.etr t'itte 1ii it baii her in Vi\Ltoria p yi-iit - ll of tlnL .siinll i i ull.ne. the iMllel - n .t .I in ug la. oi?- to bearer or to nior.r, Mit -?uch I .ter wit being.i seit or deli ere' to thie rsmii toi whi.,,n p-t.- iitul is Ito hie made or to any persi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

IN INTERESTING LETTER k IUOrsu 'WLL-ENOWN -SPECIALIST. J , T EWLL ELL , wMho is duly Qualtled snd y e1t sred, isarare that by deprting fror the ymaI rourlae practio and devoting himself exoliasvely to .peciaL branch, which he has donre for sometime, he Isfos strictly folaowing the paths of professional etiquwett. but, as a.erisiderablebody of the profe..Ion a e acti disposed to itaid coldly aloof from azgesbe of -. . -r_.- br"-, ho _ o-uire po tpularity la: the 4trewt. mra?c -o certain ailnlmentsisrd is really a -edi-eil Sprectlst, he does not he?tate to resort to what he cons.ders legitimate nsanrsfor the purosem ofd4.arm. lg ncymiral criicish, antP<t securing as tar a hI is a..le the contfdence of t.e putrre. It is assuredly better to seek asuistanc, i rEm the qualified pracltipne: In preference to the quacl. The true desgnation of quackery belongs bS thoms diameless adventurersr sIt, withoutl a parttle of mnedeial knowledge or atittle lt claim to the·turblest dbegrtmue...

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4th, 1893. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

l'ee /rzst: and Z1,1 ,'r 'V'. N' ."S A.ND2 OT JE N.t , Tihe fEdll nr;g "1 ptin r port of the h ci ehw-ardens anud.ivestrv of:,St.,? ?farY's GChilhi '; Exiglali foir thl eear.1892, 16ii sutfiittiflng t lei: repolt thie chcifh v i?d es id a estry- woild'-congratulate Sti epai ps oil. le suc eesful.mmain tda dl tii -1u riii a year of great genera tlepression. The .rier-il accountt .shows mysan .tverdraft. ,a DecedmIber 3i, 189.2 .,f 11. lis, :as cdntiItst ed with a; ffýl e:dti't of £106 t8 6t11 .oDec)i niler '1, 1891. C'on -sileri" tihe abscen from the colonyo of smelu of ou., prineipcIal supporters, the. b' itry venaurle to think that the slight ,i r :ase untidir this headl is. by no nimeans uisl.?tisifaitor. .. Ilhey . are, notwith sanidin , . -opiuion 'that an united eclort, silou,,i lamId;nitdeý for the reduction atud. tetlilctioll oo the debt, and .they trust there will be.a liberal response to' tle 'ca'n?as whli: will 'sortlv be iiitiated . The thliilks of the parish 1onellVrs ar...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. R. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, 1893—4—5—6. SECOND DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

GOVER:4MENT NOTICES. CO E Y \N NCi ov i[.ULLS, I CO J 1)iV OIi o . P NP i~rre liereby invited ari, will reICc)S ' nI'\i1I'OO 0 be~re i"- I 1 ,ti n f!1 11 lledr the 4 Ith of 1' eirtvnv I 8):,, fr 1 the e n- Vcyiu)cc oj . st ()fitesh Mails, viz - Letters, Packets, Put c".is, and i ew;-ý Pjuaper, as . luorll entioneqd, for three y ears from 1st .Jul i89. to ;dOt~h Ju.100.2 S(jL, cI thlet. t.s and oi ill t'hitoa w mad'"l.)e i '' a allyost (Office in the .Cdolo mm-h, i where 1' to-r f Tf ender mar he ,'btPi]eJ upo l application. ý:'ýc t't *cd-. 7. To tanL from andbm k b ittl.1 ik, thr.2c dalys a w eek.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

CO M M B R C IA L. MELBOURNE MARKET3. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT, SMessers H. R. Carter and Co. report (8th February) :-We have experienced moderate inquiry for grain during the week. and quote values as under - Wheat: Prime easier at 3A-); good, &/1 to 312; infcrior, 2/10. Barley very firm at 4/2 to 4 ;'3, for prime; good, 4/- to t41, mediumn3/6 to 3/ : Cape, 2>- to 211. Oats: Uinclanged at 2- to 2/1 fot stout feed ; milling, 2/2; long sorts, 1/6 to 1/9); Algerian. 1/6 to 1/8. Peas: Unchanged at 2;4 to 2!4 . Chaff: A shade firmer at £2 1Os to £2 3 2s (a for prime: good, £2. s (d to £2 7s Gd inferior, 3s,donwnwards. Maize: Yery firmi at 3/6 to 3/7 for prime red; white, 3/2 to 3/3. The New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Company Limited held their usual weekly grain sale on the 8th February. when thy stul mitted a cata logue of 3626 bags to a crowded atten dance of tlie trade. There was an all' round better feeling, and they succeeded in effectnig a good clearance. In whea...

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AN UNQUALIFIED ENGINEER. THE LAWS OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

IAN UNQUALIFIED ENGINEER. THIE LAWS OF THE -t OCAL GOVEaNMENT ACT.. The Gisborueo Shire Hall wag the scene of lively discuessins on Monday, but a deal of the talk--or similahr taik---has !beef published in this paper befora - particularly about tihe state of thie book' atin the miUisbehiaviou. of the late shire secretary and eln-ineer \ At the last mncetin', however, a ler dlifrlfeiulty arros. iwhen Cr Lansdowne wisely di-scovered that Mlr Johnston, th"ir newly-elected oflicer, wa' not a certiiicated eanginer. whhic was niecessary aetou.rding to the tealchigs ofl the Local Government Act- iThe Ireidlent (Cr Bra.dy), is a quiet way, inarnncd members that the certifi c'ae was ian oversfight on tef par- of the whole cuii'ili and every counjillor, he strongly enplhasiseld, voted for Mr Johnston's appoiutmen t-Cr Lanscdownn did not deiy thils, and said it was on the comnlltcte undersrap limg that Mr Johns to a was qualified to act that councillors (voted for hi r. Hiwe er, heo would not ...

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MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

MACE DON. (FROM Oflg OWN CORX]RSPo0DENT). Thursday. The weather has been very hot, and to-day (Thursday) was the hottest ex perienced this year, but. howeTer, s cool change set in this e` ening. There is a large bush fire at present raging on the side oi the mount. It a very pretty sight by night.

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A PLEASANT TRIP TO "EYNESBURY." MR STAUGHT IN M.L.A., [?] AN ENTERTAINER. MELTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

A PLEASANT TRIP TO "EYNESju Ry." M; :Sf.WLUH "i. ML.L., ,. 17 E*TE :TAtERt. [xnowr our o)Vi cs ' rI. NI1:LTu.S.Tuoed a Kr S. T. Staii iton. our w' bh reprzeS' .ativa ill Pa lm" nt, withi hi usu.dl kindsnas tint. thouilhtfuhes5 for' the enjo~ytiint of hli 1 w.,ilbours, scut out "In liny~tanonli ýsomel tiiii 3( r to the critcktter. of \\- rribeýt e il :n ltonl to come tanl ;V a friaw ll game at his coi itre re-1s iI'dce at I lies j "n Un fortl:n t e' toe cricket clob at MUlton has rt'c.ied to cxiSt this seas so. So to Mr .1. Mc( ill devolved the task of hut tilng up a scratch eleven (ir I. sCould say 12-12 aside being played), and on Sat irdav last they miight have been seen con;frrtably seated in ani express waggon, aid, a pair of spanking horses bowling along throethr the Exhbird Estate to L E'nesbury," which is about ten miles from Melton. On arrival they found their oppo nents hard at practice and eager for the fray. So very little time was wasted. Mr McColl having won the toss fr...

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MELTON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

M EL TO0N. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Tuesday. The East Riding members of the Melton Shire Council, with Cr McCorkell as secretary, have in spected Bourke's Bridge on the Digger's Rest Ro:ad with a view to easing ** the hill." It was decided that the engineer be instructed to take level nud rep -rt on same for next meeting of the council. Other parts of the riling were also visited by this body, and tenderc are to be called for next meeting for the exe cution of necessary works. On Thursday, 2nd inst, durin, the fore part of the day it was exceW1tionally boOt. In the afternoon, however, a thuiinder storm was expcrienced, and 13 points of rain fell. The electoral list for Melton alndl Mount Cotterell division is rea:dl for insfpection at the shire ball, and nmay be viewed up till 28t'i inst.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TRAVELLED SHOWMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

A TRALVELLED S1HOWMAN. Mr Patterson is not merely Premier. Chief Secretary, and Minister, but I Lord Chamberlain. He'is supposed by the law to protect the morals of theatre goers, and the law also supposes that he must be qualified to discover any impropriety in stage dialogue and to be able by instinct to determine the precise length of a ballet skirt. It may be imagined that he must sometimes be placed in a difficult position. A few days ago a travelling showman--and as will appear hereafter, no doubt, a travelled showman-wrote for a license for an entertainment. He was asked for particulars, lest M1r Patterson might in the hurry of the moment commit a grave mistake, and promptly complied with the recjquestin the iollowing termns:- 1 "Sir,-In reply to your letter asking me to forward you the nature of my show, I beg to state that it comprises 4 dwarfs, giants, skeletons. gipsies, electric ladies, sharpshooters, dancers. and any curiosities I can catch. I do not have boxers or wome...

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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