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SUNBURY CEMETERY TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

SUNBURY CEMETERY TRUSTEES. A meeting of the Sunbury Cemetery Trust was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Monday afternoon, when thefollowing trustees were present :--Messrs Clarkson (in the chair), J. Johnston, and M. M?cMahon, secretary and treasurer. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ADOPTION OF THE BALAXNCE SBEET. Mr ;Johnston moved that the balance sheet for '91 as presented be adopted. The motion was seconded by aMr Clarkson and carried. BALANCL SHEET. The balance sheet showed :- RECEIPTS. Balance from previous year, £78/16/1; Fees for graves, £62/16/6 ; Govern ment grant, £15 ; Other sources, £18'4/0. EXPENDITURE, Secretar~v's salary, £10 ; Works, including gates, fencing, laying out and plantin,, £28,3:35 ; Grave digging £21/1/6 ; Balance on hand, £107/3/8; Total, £1G6/1817,. THE AUDIT. Mr Just audited the books, which he certified to as being correct. A CARETAKER'8 COTTAGE. -- A discussion--,'f a conversationald character :is to erecting' i c...

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

BULLA. BULL A. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. . A cricket niatch was played last Satur day between the Keilor and Bulla cricket clubs on the ground of the latter. The visitors were ratherlate in arriving.Winn ing the toss, they wentto'the wickets and were not disposed of till they had knocked up thle respectable total of 130. Brown 38, Scuiing 28, Ross 25, Dodds 18, and Johnston 15, were the chief con tributors to the score. Bulla had 6 wickets down for 25 when the stumps were drawh. J. Kiclly and E. Whelan were the most successful bowlers for B ihla. A cricket match will be played to-day between the Greenvale and Bulla clubs o01 the ground of the latter. The weather is rery hot and rain is I adly wanted as the farmers are at a standstill. They cinnot get on with their ploughing. Councguler Loernan is still in a very !ow state, and the doctors ntteading him have very little hopes of his re ie ,Co e'j. 1

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THAT CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

CHAT CLOCK. It was a rarely pretty thing, formed of bronze, with a couple of Cupids in attitudes of charming abandon, the neatest of carved flowers and various other decorations, all calculated to attract attention and please thl eye. It stood under a glass globe in a con spicuous position in the show window, of a well-known Broadway jeweller, and as pretty Mrs Mayblossom, the wife of- a month, passingby with her young hus band, caught sight of it, she abruptly paused and gushingly exclained " Oh, George; what a lovely clock 1" " Yes, Annie dear," replied he, " it is really beautiful." "How I wish," said she, wistfully,. " that you could afford to buy it. It for the parlor mantelpiece." " I would only be too happy to do so, but you know, Ainie, I'm a young mer chant, and whatever resources 1 have must be devoted strictly to business." She gave a little sigh of regret, but urged the purchase no further, and, the newly-married couple shortly afterwards arriving at Mr Mayblossom's plac...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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TO POLISH SUNDRY SURFACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

TO POLISH SUNDb Y bURFACES. For ivory, prepared chalk applied rapidly with chamots leather. iFr pearl, a paste of powdered rotten stone .aid olive oil thinned with oil of vit riol a?rd applied with cork covered with velvet. For jewellerf, spirits of wine and pow dered L rvnch chalk. For marble, sand, then emery powder and l?sily putty powder. For ii ru, scrape with emnery powder and . nter, finishing with jeweller's rouge.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

THE LADIES' COLUMN. Just now many are perplexed as to the style of cape or coat likely to be worn during the coming season. Some fashion journals have stated that capes are going altogether out of fashion, but the faUscy of this statement is obvious, for already some very pretty and jaunty capes are to be seen. Of course, for smart, youthful wearers there is nothing superior to a well-filting coat, which sets off the figure to some ad vantage. Some of the newest examples in cape s are trimmed all the depth, from the hem to the neck, with rows of black satin *ibbon, gimp, or braid. A much cheaper trimming is formed by one and a-quarter yards of black satin, cut on the bias and divided into strips, which are sewn on to the cape at both edges. In coats, there are at present really ve-y few styles which offer any diversity. In nearly every model the deep turned-down collar is found, or the revers front. Those styles which are finished with a high collar are trimmed with as many as two o...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A SMART ALECK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

A SMART ALECK. He was a youngish man,-and he had a plain, honest way of speaking, and there was something about him to re mind you of an old red farmhouse, trees loaded with harvest apples ; the farmer's wife making soft-soap in the back-yard ; the old oaken bucket coming up brimful of cold water and all that. He was sitting in Weet Grand Circus Park, and as a tired citizen who was heading for Bagley-avenue dropped down beside him, the young'man calmly inquired : " Ever make a tarnal fool of yourself, mister l'' - Yes, lota of times;. " Then` shake I'm just achig gtoi find company 1I uarne, sin't it, how a feller will soinetimeadrop all-his horse. sense and act like an iMiot F Man's a queer 6ritter, even to himself." " We can't always 'account .for our impulses." ", K'reot.. :I was a-sittin' here and wonderin' if I ever did have any brains in my head, or if this was a dream." " Go ahead with yonr story." ,"Ever heard of a town in this State called Farwell ?" ! -Yes." " Well, "my ;ol...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AFTER DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

I AFTER `DEATH Pomm?erals was. a poisoner. He- was soniewhat after the Palmer 'type. I was present at P P?lmer's trial, and was there' fore a.ll the more interested in the .la.t hours of the Frenchman.- Velpean; a cele braied surgeon, visited hia shortl before his death. He was interested in physio logical sciena,; and Ponmmersia himself was a skilled physician. 'iOne of the iost interssting iuestions," said velpeau, ijs whe ther any ray of memory.or sensibility gurvives in the brain meof man after hi head is severed from The onlprit lookede eltly into the face of the surgeon. SYou "are to -die;.;will you t.n utilise your death in the intereat sciene " The two men sat dawn and arranged the experiment which the surgeon proposed. S"When .th knife falls," - said Velpean, " I shall be standing at your side your head willimmediately psas from the hands of the executidner to mine. I will then cry: distinctly in your ear, 'Count de la Pommerais; can you at this moment thrice lower. the lid...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AT THE MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

AT TIE MINSTRELS. "Brother Johnsing," said Mr Blones, with a wink at the other end man, " here is a conundrum for you. What is the difference between an oyster and an elephant ?" •I-'m," said the middle man thougat fully. " The difference between an oyster and an elephant ? Well-well, Mr Beones, I must confess that I do not know." " lhen I should not aavi.e you to go into the oyster business," returned iMr Bones. " The orchestra will now play Ta-ra-ra Ilooney," said the middle man, in con fusion. " Where were you last summer, Tambo," asked the middle man, when the orchestra had played its encore. " In the mouu tamus ?" "'No, sah," returned Tambo, laving down his instrument with a loud noi-e. " No, sah; I was at Asberry t'ark, sah." SIndeed ?" said Mr Johnson. " At As berry Park ? Why, I was there all the summer, but I didn t see you." "I know dat, sah. Nobody saw me, esh. De fact is I got tanned so by de sun de tust mornin' I was lar dat I got too dark to be seen, sah," " Oh, I see....

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

NEWS AND 1NOTES. A fruit and flower fair was held at the Essendon Town Hall on Friday and :Saturday, 24th and 25thult, which proved very successful. Lady Clarke in declar ing the bazaar open said it gave her great pleasure to be present, as the residents of that place had on every, occasion shown great kindniess to herself and to Sir William. She exrreseda: hope that the fair would be a fintncial success. Lady Clarke also said that' she took . great interest in horticultinral matters and kept a garden which she worked in her self. After the opening ceremony Lady Clarke was presented with'a very hand some boquet. Sir William returned thanks for Lady Clarke. The balanct-sheet for 1892 was read. at a meeting of the - Cemetery Trust on Monday whic show\ed, to general satisfaction, a credit-balance of £107 3s 8d. Numbers of people are obliged to cart water from the creek. during the hot weather-- nany tanks having run dry. The water supply could now be judi cioudly pushed forward. Mr J. ...

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the above shire council was held at the shire hall on F?rid:Lv, Felhrutar' 24, when there : were present :-Crs White (in the chair), Shcller, HIoare, Bubeck, Beattie; Lock, Brown, M'Corkell, and M'Pherson, : CO t IR ES PUNDENCG?. From secretary to Sunbury' picnic counvnittee, asking. the council to take steps to have 22nd inst proclaimed a public holiday in the East Riding-Re quest complied with From E. Whittington, offering to cut all the bathurst burrs and star thistles on the roads and reserves in the shire for the sumn of £5--Offer saccepted William Robinson wrote,. that the. drain opposite his property at Hatknesg_ Lane was causing damage to his fence - and asking for something to be done to stop the water washing. away the sodl-Councillors of the Riding with the secretary to inspect and report for; next meeting. James Barr wrote, asking' for nn ex tension of time on his contract at Toolerri Creek-Permission granted The Government S...

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ELECTORAL REVISION COURT, SUNBURY. PURIFICATION OF ROLLS. (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

ELCETORAL REVISION C OURT., SUNBURY. PURIFICATION OF ROLLS. (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M.) The adjourned revision court for the Sinbury Division, Bourke West, was held at the Sunbury Court-house on Monday afternoon before Mr J. J. O'Meara. MAr Moore, electoral inspector, and fMr P. Eadie, electoral registrar, were present. Inspector Moore said before dealing with the lists he had a few remarks to make, and touched on the hitch which occurred on the previous court day-causing the adjournment. He had to attend two aother courts that day and therefore 'could not get to Sunbury, so left the responsibilities to Mr Eadie. He ?was very sorry for the occurrence. With reference to the objections he might mention that the notices were not sent -out until after the lists had been ad rertised, although they should have :preceded them. However, he would leave it to the jurisdiction of Mr 'O'Meara to say whether it was sufficient -cause to invalidate the proceeedings. If His Worship decided on t...

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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XLII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. By MRS. G. SHELDON. CHAPTER XLII.-CONTIUrED. To Bhirley the proposed change from the 1 Yining mansion to their own rooms, seemed like a blessed release from a terrible bon dage, and her face shone with relief and gratitude, a% she moved swiftly about Clif's chamber that day, packing up what few things belonged to them, in readiness for removal. Annie was the only one who manifested any real sorrow over their departure. " I cannot bear to have you go," she said, with fast falling tears, while sitting with 1 them on the evening before they were to leave. "I know," she went on, flushing, " that you both will be happier, but the the reason for it seems almost inhuman." " Please let us not discuss it, dear," said Clifton gently ; " we will not spoil our last evening together with bitter reflections." " It shall not be our last evening to gether," Annie stoutly affirmed, "for I am coming to see you and Shirley every day; we at least will be good frien...

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

General Information. " -· --- - THE NZEW P1!OST OFFIC· REGU LAT ION S. MAILS CLEAP.ED : I r l? OltURN. 1 .N1I)IGO. 8-30 Al.M. 7-15 A.MI. 2-45" Y" 1t. --5 P.a. :-45 P.M 17-45 P.M, OPEN FOR DELIVEPr . Tile PI.st Odiece will be owpn from 9 alll. till t; p.m. for delivery of letters, "tewspalwrs, and parcels. It will also :be oen for letter delivery only fromu after the arrival of the 7.16 p.m. train till 8.30 p.m. Stamps obtained to 8 p.m. The hours for registration of letters ar? 3 a.m. till 6 p.ta. i The telegraph poiTion of the office will be open front 830 L.mU. till 8 p.1m. 'All telegrams must be written in ink. ,Money Order and Savings Iank business will lie transacted fromt 10 a.m. till 3 p.m.- Saturdays from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. Thile S:ivings Batik will also be open onr Satiturldas between the hours 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the receipt of deposits only. Chiques will not he received in con neetlvu with any of the above Offices. POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes ly : lie obtained, and wi...

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

Busfnosu. AgFRED 1B LER, PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, (Lant For. a, .Z. Q.azls London). O'IIA'NASSY STREET, SUNBURY. Rejers siipasucated Char.sgmcdrahe. Georgo lirst, PRACTICAL SOOT iMKER, O'Ulrasss SBlalr3, BUSBURY. Every description of Boots and Shoes : made on the shortest notice. Repairs neatly and pramptly executed. CH ARGES MODERATE. JO:E GILCERIST, O'59lA**AV - ST. SUUNURY. R:: OCER, f RUitTRE AND GlEENGROCERE Begs to thank the inhabitants for past favours, and trusts by strict attention to buseines to mcurt a oontina nce of their support. Families waited on twice a week, (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with a large and varieg assortment of fresh PRUIT. and VEGETABLES. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and Joiner Furnittre made to order; UPHOLSTERER S. FRENCH POLISHER. O'SHAIASSY ST, Rmer. -and r.-e.tug eally done. Chr. Christlanien, HAIRDRESSER' And Tobacconist,. Evans Street, Best Brands of Tobacco, Pipes, and CIGARS. M. J. BREEN, B U LDE R-AND--O NTRACTOR V.AL TT GI-IAN. ST. ". IaiBr...

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

Business AN INTERESTING LETTEII rau In wlanm.J-ixu SPECIALIST. "- a JA.MES nl. r.I.K S ELT.LN. 'sho is taly q..i:,e I and lie;,i-t- red by itie " edical r tjartd if i-rll ria a:rn, .New .utt hIV W.tle is aware : ltha by dev?rr inai fru.t the utual rout n-- of . Zr.ctite and d votiriy hbiu elf exclunlrvely to a a?erial t.: aCh, wh eI h hr ha'" don- for tsomer tiCte, he i- not a.ntrl" follywinr the p,.,th- of pr. derrioraal etiquette: but a- a ctnaidtlerabll- rtl" of tite tliroprf'1?+i-rn atre still dlu?laed to a.tl.ad rolly :1aadf Itr lt avnyorl' of 'heir rutri;er 'rw:, .-o irret" I rila: tv il the tre truent of : -rtt-ri o aign. aid- .rid i- rtlly a .Medlcal Se?ca i-t.he .d<.". not heiaiate to re- Krt to wh t h- cola-iderc . -'i 'a'te m.arians for tfie pla pt?l-tofli. isu tilu'cy itea Criti.citna. -.1-i of sen:i?aig a. s f.r h ,it- l.e-.e-eo-.-. Ttleltce of the prillhie. It r>m.aa.ur·illy bette.r to 'eeC laia ;f' e fro"u, the q ,&althd plrai'titii,.eriri prefer...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

BIRTHS. JOHNSTON.-On the 24th February, at O'Shanassy-street, Sunbury, the wife of   Jas. T. Johnston, storekeeper of a son.

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A PECULIAR CASE, DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

A PECULIAR CASE, . D11NK. An alleged excess of convivialityr at a clergyman's dinner party led to ri delicate question Ieing .brought before a special jury in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice. A ctrate in Brixton had invited some of hls friends to dine with him at the Crystal Palace,. a place of cnthrtainment which even an Arch bishop tuight frenuent without in ciurr-inZ a charge of viorldliness. But the Rev. G eorge Concanon, the incumbent, held that the dinner had been celebrated in an unseemly manner, and communi ented his iitprcssions to the bishont of the diocese. by whom the curate was subse quent'y deprived of his charge. He accordingly brought an action for libel ag-inst his vient, and the jrry was called on to decide wether there were any grounds for the imputa;tion east upon him. It appoared from the evidence that theguests at i ht O rvstal Palace dinner comprised two sidesnen of the church, an ex-church warden, and a private tutor; one :ould imia.ii...

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A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

Artuir Pattison, a farmer residing at Caiainhi? alout Iwek,' miles from Shep. partnii, on 'uiesday mi, rfiling murdered Iwo of his children---Arthur, aged five, anrd Ft'orerne. six-and inflicted such serais in.lju it a on a third chil;'---Marga-et Ia_ ihr1i-- t at she is not expected to 1ive. Pat ts.,n rose about six o'clock, and ,eiit to the room in which the children named were sleeping with their sister .A ice, aned I o. He did not attack Alice. but the noise he made in hI aVing theroom w,,ke her, and she saw him strike himself with an axe he carried. Seeing her brother adl sisterlying in pools of blood the girl rushed screaming to her mother's room.. Her screams bro.igrht out Pat tison's stepson. Arthur Callan. who followed the mitirdeter and tried withotut Stuccess to take the axe from him. Pattison left the house and it. lked towarls his brother \V illianu's selection., where, meeting Williamhie trurnel back with him tolwards hisown house. Callanjoined thebrother and there was...

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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

FUN AND-FANCY. Not enotigh to go totnd.--A semi-circle 'This is agrafe day for me,' said the convict, as he retired behind the bars. 'How cool poor Smithereehs was before the gun exploded.' 'And he was collected afterwalds,' Blake (producing cigar case)- 'Have one,.old fellow ?' Sohmer-' What are they?' B.-' Cigars.' S.--'Thanks. Thought they might be those things you usually smoke.' Briggs-'I see that there is crape on the Binger door.' Griggs-' Yes. Poor old Binger bought himself a safety razor last week.' 'Your practice will kill you,' said' the doctor to the young woman suffering from too much piano playing, 'That's all right,' she responded spite fully, 'yours kills other people.' 'Please sir, I don't think Mr. Dosem takes his physic reg'lar,' said a doctor's boy to his employer. t Why so ?' ' Because he's getting well. so precious fast.' An old Cornish coach-driver recommen ded a traveller to keep to the roads. Pointing with his whip to one of the aerial viaducts of the railwa...

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

SUINBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. A nmeeting of the committee to the Sunburv Annual Picnic was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening. There were ptrsent :-Messrs James Gilchrist (in the chabh, Parkins, Organ, C:nrtis, John Gilchrist, Leo, D4eý'igan, and .T. F. Mounsey, lion secretary and treasurer. ,MINuTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mi o' bertsoil, secretary to the Melton Shire Council. stating -that the" necessary application had been made, as reqnitsted by the secretary to the Sunbury Annual'Picnic, to the Governor-in-Council to have the East Riding of the Melton Shire pro clained a public holiday on Wednesday, Mar:h the 22nd. Tae letter was received and satisfaction expressed. T.i secretary stated he had written to the late secretary to the picnic, (Mr H. H. Wilson) requesting that all monies, etc., be handel over, Mr Wilson handed him a cheque for £20/5/0, and intimated that he had paid a priisting bill and other inciden...

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