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MELTON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Tuesday, 28th February, 1893). (Before J. J. O'Meara, Esq., P.M., and W. S. Harkness, Esq., J.P). A BREACH OF THE LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

. MELTON' COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Tuesday, 28th February, 1893). (B :'ore J. J. O'Meara, Esq., P.M., and W. S. Harknes. tsl., J.P). A BREACH OF THE LICENSING ACT. Inspector Scanlan proceeded against A. Shebier of the Golden • Fleece hotel, Melton, for peri!litting a ball to be held on his licensed premises on 30th L)ecem ber last. Defendant was f£nel :5 and £1/'10,0 costs. DEBTS. James Ryan v. William. Kilpatrick, work and labour, £8/14/2. Ryan had beca employed as a general:servant and obtained goods, etc., which brought up a contra. account equal to the debt. Mr Fedden, defendants solicitor, asked the case to be adjourned. for a month to look up items of accounrts. The apnlication was granted on pay men' of 7:6 to ',lmplainant. John Neil against Thos. Twining. g.?o,ls soll and delivcrcd-3npply of 2 .trn ks of firewo:d to defendant who re si ' ` at Onriton. There was no appearance of de fendant. A?n order' was given for £7,'4'0 and 5'-, costs. Augustus Sheller v. H. W. S'.amr:h t...

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

"FRENCH'8" TEA Choaiost New SaUms, from the best gardeua o Chiaa, ladsa, an OCeLlos. "FRENCH'8" TEA eca, uflu BSla.i.4 sd .okmow1Mge in be Ith bus. 'FRENCH'S" TEA "FRENCH'8" TEA • l*., amd... 1111 al . 'FRENCH'8 TEA titare . fn Ms hat .mt , 0. FRENCN,, 861 DOUIRE STIUN:T, ii 3s3s , u.OLIWWooD. K3aTLDoUUý; - Hoyle's Prints I Hoyle's Cambrios I Hoyle's Pongees i Hoyle's Twills ! Are all Fast Colors. Will not run away on washing day. Fast Colours. The Name is Stamped on every Piece. THOMAS HOYLE & SONS THE BEST SUMMER DRINK. PRESCOTT'S Oelebrated Paramatta Lime Juoe and - Lime Jaioe Corial. The only Genuine. Ask for and see you get PRESCOTT'S. The only Oure for Blight. The only Oure for Blight I The only Oure for Blight I fI HIS celebrated OINTMENT Is different 1. from all others. Being a vegetable preparation it is more soothing and at the same time more powerful than any usive or lotion ever discovered, and we have received numerous testimon-als miing It has cured cases that ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed]. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 March 1893

CORRESPONDETNCE. [We do not identify ourselves, with the opinions expressed by our corres p6ndents.-Ed]. (TO TEH EmDIIO OF THE SUNBURY N?&W) Sin,-Touching iine appointment of four additional gentlemen on the Sunbury Picnic Committee, I think that committee should retrace its steps, as complications might arise with regard .to the handing over of the very large sum which is left at the disposal of a legally qualified com mittee. It should be understood that I write this to vindicate right principles and correct proceedings-both in the interest of the " Noble Three-hundred" who go down ih.. hay, and those other 1,300 who think it a change to air them -selves up the " run. " A SURVIVOR O' THE " NOBLE THREE HUsDInE. " Sunbury, 2 j 3 1 93. :in, -Rdeerring to your impression of last week, stating that at a meeting of the Picnic Commritute, held on the 22ind n!timo, the names of four gentlemen were addled to that holy. I shall be glad to know whether this correct. If so,, I would p...

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SUNBURY LICENSING COURT. (Wednesday, March 8th, 1893). (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M.). A TEMPORARY LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

SUNJ3URY LICENSING COUR~T. {ýt'ccnellasý, March 8th Ft.~, 18t) ). (Before Mr 1 . ,J. ('1''\1 ' u, ['.Al). A TEMPORAR{Y LI('EN.-; Fra;ocis Saul![. in t'1l ;in ;ippli~icatiuii For" a tuIIrporarL1v vict(L1lor"'s lictniue for the \Vrest Bl'ourke Agricultural ,Shu Groun Is at LrIcufctidl .Ju;(ctii !,n tic I (th iii-t. (C1istab'e Wilson, dr1(l thIere V WrI' iiu objectionsi to the li ii c Itiong graii ted. 'fle court r!3'.e

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Wednesday, March 8, 93. (Before Mr J.J. O'Meara. P.M., and Messrs McAuliffe, and McMahon. J's.P.) RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

\\'cdneselay", :\l arch 8, 9 3. (Before Mr .1. .T. O'Meara, 1M., aid[ M2essrs MciAuliffe, an:d MlcIIalihon, ,i's P.) RATES. Tie PIulla Shire C,uncil proceeded against \\rillhaui Grant, for arrears of 'iateS. There was no appearance of the defendant. Mr F. I)aniel appeared on blehal f of the c, ilncil to prove the debt, along, with a number o(f others. Coosthie -WVilstOr said it would he as well to put the case Iacek as he had a letter from Grant for Mr laniel. Mr ()'Meara agreed to do this. Sulse-uently the letter was opened I:id if was fiund to contain a cheque fo, se:.:le:ncent. Sanme v. Catlhrine riffen.-Claim for I 2s 6d, arrears of rates. There was no appearance of the idefielant. Mr )aniel saidl he s.'rvedl a notice on defendant 1personally on the 29th of Notvemlier. The money was due for 2 years' arrears of ralte on her pro perty. The arrears were caused by :he death of lie:' husi,a:,d. Mr ()'Meara : Have you got the rate-hook with the entry ? Mr l)aniel : Yes. Mr ()'MeLaa : ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

CO MIE RC [A L., I.ELIIOUIINE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY P'II-)UCE REPORT. Mr G".o. Evcams, Auetioneer, Western Market, reptrts (Miarch) 8 Fresh butter: In, fair supplly. ITh mar ket to-day was slightly firinmr. I sold, prime r airies in goad conditti,n from )91 to l)d per lh; tnelittn to g td, 7-) to :,8 only a few eases of inferior ltwer; prime factory lump, :9 to, 9? per lb. Potted butter: Prime, 8 to ",: mediun, 7: pastry sorts, from 4 . Chteese: prime is in gttotl demand from 5 to 5: p.,r 1; nmedium qualities dull of sale' frolnt 3 to /41 . ... The market to-dlay shioved a i .great improvement on last. Fridal's rates, regular lines hriu'iin . from 1 1. ? to 1; per doz. Hains. '8 to s'. Bau :o Town cured, /7 to '7 Lard. in bladtldrs /6. Carease pork, 3" to arc ring to we!ghlt anld ltre-sittg. Garlen h,;ey prime, "2-1 to 3 per lI. Beeswax, 1I0,. Poultry: 'hi-re is no, a'lteration in priitces young fowls 3/- t, 4 - p,.r pair: other sorts 1'10 to 2,G; ducks 2 - tt 3.4. geese 5/- to 5'...

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AN ATTEMPT TO EDIT THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

AX ATTE'LMPT TO EDIjT TIlE BIBLE. ------,- Partienlars are to hand from Con stantinop.le of anr atteimpt to edit thel Bible in the interes s of Mu ~snlhman orthod,,xv. The smaller fry of Turkis:a othialismi are nlt content with eonfis-, cating Bibles ilwh les:ale. in defllace ,f the inperial laws and trearies which guarant"e the liberty of reliiot., teah iniu. They have now n:lertakini to revise the hook aind to declare wha: port.iiis must hie stru,.k ,out. I?ef're they imet,:.on its fre c'ircltlaition in the ();,tmoan Eilpire. Their proIec, linig. forun the stiiject of a spiritel represen atiom which Sir Claret FPo, has just lelivered to the Porte. Theiri attempt o eldit the Scriptures is a newu depart ture in folly. anal its inaniftst al;surdi ti -s seem already to h1v. broughit a blush to the cheek ,f the ixtalteld lerslIns •vith whl mi tilhet Anehlssa I has been ill c'tunnntlllllll tit. "" ThV kingdui 'omnle is not to stand w\ithtlout antil :assurance that it involves nothing :e...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed]. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify oursclvcs with the opinions expressed by our corres .pondeints.-Ed]. (To THE EDITOR OF TIlE SUNIUORY NEWS) Sir,-i. hg ;7ý 'sace in YOUI valoohie juniiiinl to sty a few wor iS 1;: reiply to W. C . s" veb :h'se. p1odnIeti.ii 'ihichi aLppeared i yi oar issue of the 4th just. Inr the first plane p&ermit.meie 'o giive Iris oiennio"imis :15 ;rti ixr at 001Slt coinlfi'l emt~rai. ictioIi, anid hr rtli.r Iibrý, I I chieti.e uim to eliti fotwirl, lijke a moai, a nd preor tihse sxweepi n ii charges'' li!f~re our Mu oal B a. I 4I Ajlvic't. tlrerei'v tii' roe a "shim"lrtv' to refute there, which `t cu~r~f l d~ to thy' -%."it It f]Ah. dec lui to :ucept ill'; chi~allerrge., 1I have rio het~itat.uin iii liranlirn'- himr as a InL.-~;i::ra [Ot cfiwLard Iii C Ie lial~i~l, I lli:tV stIa tinat I sh oil, (lelli it a, grt-t stre tch o'f diigrrity . enterII t )l' On a I1cW1p c le'hite w'ith UtIhVogl~ nIS ScI'ihi o tiL'' . C. anut l i cli sellcl·. Sle:cS, of t he ...

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

MACE D )ON. A welcome change took place in the weather last Saturday. It became cool about '.12 o'clock iaid rain fell in the. afternoon. The pluvial weather con tinued throughout the week and all the. bush fir s hlive been quen.hed. Tue Malnui.-bury cricketers played the locals here last S:turday. The- visitors took the bats and scored 154. The locals bat at .Mlulisbury to-tmorrows (Saturday). A .oncert in aid of liquidating the lebt on the llonma Catholic C:hurch here was hellh in thie Catholic Hall oil F riday, 3rd inst. The attuendace was large, and the Rev. FaLler Gallivaw occ 'pied the chair. The followin pro graunine was well gone through:-Piano solo, h Et Route," Miss hain?s; song, "The s.e,,ping camp." Mr 1)alton; song, "Land ()'Fivun," Miss Murphy; song, " Jh.hllhfs eveluin' party," Mr R. Gardinr(; soig, "' Molly Bawn," Miss Brady; song. D)eath of Nelson," Mr W. Gardiner: song. " The Arab's Fare well to his Steed," Mr Leigh Halrris; song, " Carissiila," Miss E. Cadlanan: s...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENC1iGO TO MELBOURELF KKI % d· a·m. n· '. n. t.m. ;I.. pnm. ~i~ir~ £0~l2( ;155 7.20 Gol46n. Snarc .. 0.1,12.3 (1.18 -7.23 K ngaroo fat :17 12.7 3Ž21 ¶ R~ayeni wuod .. ¶ 12.26 11 ZH'ucnurt f;501l2.40) 3.55, ) Si 7.0 12.50 1) 8.5 11' La,`stlen) ep 7.5 112.55 1I-.1 8.10 O.h whrton 1 7.141 [.4 20;. 8.2'2 El h 'nslr~~n tone 7.9 .1 43' Taraullae 7.34 1 8.47 4I.1shury ..7.4:31 1.0' 4.5 2 8.57 Redesdaie Jornn ... ¶ ¶ ¶ ryneton ..59. 1.51 912 ar t o U depg .2 6 13.2i : 9 )27 , C;;trisrnltle 2. 1~ Woidtend 7.0 .8 2.22 5.3 9.412 Macvedon 17 1 j ..i-( ,' CT:Sh:,rlle r9 I T .t,:tfi1Jý m'Jan; . .. ¶7 1) 1i It T St ,. l;tul" :; .. .3.4` G.5(1 1(J.4$ .LL br,,olc Tan 3.5 ;! ... 1 . . il c i e 'l t ..? a: ¶ 1N Melbourne 19.6 4 2 Melboaril j9 91K5., i 87.51111.1 ¶ Slops -tivhei required. MELBI30CYJ1NE Tc BE\D1i5O. i.~- . f C ;i~ni· P.M. P.M. ,p·nll. I~'·". NM('lhourne 6.402.13 1-.1G........7.18 N 1lýýh oloi·ut C fl, l'', 1 'M 1 , ... 1.18 MdictlleL' tser·i" § § § 1ioot-ir\5r"e. .....

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SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. COMMITTEE MELTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. C0MMIITTLEE JIELTING. A imeeting of the coimm!ttee to the Sumbury Annual Picnic vwns held at the Mecehanics' Hall on Thursdlay evening. There were presenit :-Messrs Janlies Gilchiist (in the chair), Organ, Deegan. John Gilchrist, Lee, .J. Sweeney, ,J. T. Johl ston, J. O'Sh ,a, John Butler, and J. F. Mormsey, hIon secretary and treas .ilr. MI NUTES, The minutes of the lprevious meeting were real nnd,'donfirmedC . Co IitESPONDENC'. A letter was real from Mr Robert son, se:retary to the Melton ShireCo'um cil, stat'in, that he had received intiuna tion from th. I'nder-8Secretair to tilt effect tlhat Wednesday, 22nd ilst,has I)eels proclauiled a public holiday throughiou, the East portion of the Melton Shire. The day has been gazetted. The letter Wias recei-ved and approval expressed . From Sir Wi'li:un GlCarke, expre.sshi pleasure at al;nhoig the, c, mlmittee tihe use of the " run " ifor p:cIc purposes on: the 22nd ius' ., and also'the use of the llmarqet'. From P...

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TWO CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

TWO CONV ICTS. .: o~--- Two French convicts who recently escaped fromn New Coledonia and hIave since been re-capture.d m:y fairly regard themselves as the victims of a .p<:culriarly umalignant and umysterious Ii;nituy for evil. At NounI,,a they sueaeceded in stowing themselves away ),11 board the. Belgian steamer Piin,:e Baidlo.uin, and in- selecting that vessel the eitfectually destroyed all chance of succeelinig in their enterprise. If black care sits behind the horseman, it also perches occasionally on the bilinacle of a steamer, and the unfortunate Prince B.uolG?uin seems to have bectne a nidus in winch a whole cou!,y. of the Rev. C:non Potter's haleful gerums live and flourish exceedingly. On ,the first voyage of the steamer to~: elbourne she met with a slight mishap in. Hoblson's Bay. D)uring the second voyage a boiler explosion occurred by which one man was scaldled to death, several others dreadlully injured, and the steamer herself delayed for many days. l)nDriig...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

CRICKET. The following are the scores of the match piayed between the Sunbury ..first eleven, and -a team-chosen from the men emplohyel on Cockrum and Co's., works at the Asyluu , Suiiburv : taSYLUMI WORKS. Nicholls ..................................2 Hayes .....:........ .................23 Allen ............... .....................0 Auderson ..... ...........................0 Bellhouse.. .............................0 ) avey .................. ..................0 Naughton ................................. 9 Dawson........... ......................... 1 Shepherd............................ ... .0 Coonabs.......................... . " Coombs... ........................... ........ 0 Duanton ...................................... Sundries ........................0 :SUNBURY. R. Endie ....... .............. .............0 W. Ellaie............:........... ..........4 Oxelham ... .............................. 3 Bourne...............c .,.....1........ ... 1 Aslingi........................

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. MARCH 11th, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

Be ./usl a,. 1,'e.r' -t:),. SUNBURY, SATUitDAY. i.\MAcI 1 tth, '11;. ,'PREss privileges are few" is inideeu a very true remark. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the Gisborne Shire Council on Monday Councillor Gardiner moved that -the press be allowed admittance to the correspon dence previo?us to the sitting of the council. This was the outcome of a conversation with a reporter. In fair justice to ourselves we may' state that it was not our representative who lodged complaints. In the first place we could not justifiably do-so as we have on every occasion found the Gisborne Shire secretaries most courteous and obliging. However, to the point. No sooner had this motion been tabled than Coun cillor Callanan moved that the repre sentatives' of -the press be debarred admittance? pri,.r to the time appointed for the meeting. He,was ably backed up by tl:e president, Councillor Brady, who characterised the practice as ill advised because the reporters were thus afforded an opportunity of...

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THE COLONIAL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-BE-HUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

THE COLONI4AL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-BE-HUA G. FRTot You-Be-Hung of'Little Brg' street, in the City.:of Mel-hu,, in the Colony of the White Ba.rbarian called ' Victoria,' to Almond EIyes, of Kigvh street. in the City of Canton, in the Flowery Land, Greeting. -"O, " my : beloved Almond-Eyes, the strange and" 'wondrous things which have -befallen your You-Be since last he left the fragirant land-of his birth place, and Ifter being tossed in the Fiery Junk on the rolling waves of the great waters for a tie.d, that dlid seem to him to be many,n maly days, (for he suffered the torture, which is called lse.-sik,') aadthe -sights beheld by: him sii hehe set his feet in this u rbarous laud of the foreign devil, havey caused his knees to tremble with a.toni.,hment, and his mouth -and eyes to open -with surprise:! ":As you know, O lovely Almond-Eyes, the White Victoiians shake with a great fear lest the children of our land should . come in great- numbers and take their country from tlienm, and t...

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YANKEE YARNS. THE ARIZONA KICKER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

YAN IKEE VARNS. THE ARIZONA KICKER. A few weeks ago we fel i! our duty as a conscientious cditor to refer to Uol. Din Skinner, who utins the whi-ky ranch ion the otlher bhnk of I'lum Creek, as "a ma;n whse absenc,:e froim, this locality would lie of great benefit. Ve haven't tini: toI look iack thirough our tiles, but we prol,.tbly aided Tlihat he itas an Un hung villain a lhose case had somehowv been overi ohked. The Colonel saw the item and buckled on his gun to p;ay us a Sall. lThe nea:+cr hlie got to us, the stroll ger grew his leeling5 that he was about tII mtnkey with a landslide two miles long, and he fiinally stopped and tirned back, and sent for Lawyer Hamilton, \Ve were informed yesterday- aftelnoon that we were about to be sued for 50,ooo ldlsatrs l;iinatges, and 've mounted our mule anId iode over to the ra;nch. '1 he Cldonel saw us coming anta ot away on his burro, but we run hhm dotn+ at tie end of a mile, and had a talk with i him. lie not only assured us in the m?st ...

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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. (Monday, March 6th, 1893). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

GISBORs E SHIRE COUNCIL. (Mon day, Marh 6ith, 1893). SThe ordinary monthly meeting of the Gisborne Shire council was held at the Shire Hall on Monday afternoon. There were reesent:-0Crs Bradv (President in the chair), Watt, Lausdlowne, Gardiner, Woodworth, Christian, M. J. Farrell, Callanan, and Farrell. MINCUTS. The minutes of the previous meeting Were read and confirmed. : - CORRESPIOND)ENCK. T`'rom secretary to race club, asking 'that the 23rd (of March he proclaimed a public holiday throughout the shire of Gisboriie. Also requetsinlg the loan of the roller o level the curse-The:re.que.-ts were granted. From Free Hospital, asking for dona tion-Rceivel. From J.. Williams, asking f6r payment Sfar extra work and day lab,,ur done to the amount of £6- C2 5 0 granted. From the secretary of the Avon Shire Council forwarding the f.illowing, resolu ltion carried by that body and asking to :be supported :-'That this council em phatically protests against the pre-ent. system of issuing Hawk...

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SECRETARY AND COLLECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

SECRETARY AND ,COLLECTOR'S nREPoR'T. The secretary and collector reported as follows :-I went to Mellbourne and consulted Mr Gillott re H . Jamres appeal, and he advised a settlement.-- I told him the council met to day. and if the opposite side would send their ofer in by this; the council would lihve -an oppolrtunity of con.sitlering their proposals.. I had to employ a ian 'to collect the balance of the agricultural s'atistics at. the cost of £1' 0. I have Fput in his account for services reuderedini connection with rates, contra.cts ..etc. - I still have my hands ver( full, or should not have asked you to pay this. ' bring forward, to-day a list of .nunes- 1 in Macedon Rlding, 1.1 in Mountain Riding, and 3 inl the lior",,rh liding-which have -never )eeln on the rate-bi,,k. I have nearly f.in:shed writing. out the rate notices for the shire, vwhit h will have to be served when practiealh'. There are iunu merable complaints re rates, etc., two of which I lmust a:k youi to adljust R...

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VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT AT THE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

VATRIE'EY EN TE'ITALNMENT AT T.IHEl HALL A grand va:ietvy enertainment t?as g:.ven i,y Messrs lh.,e-.het ani T'h,,mpso', at t:h:." Mechia:ics' Hall on Frid; y evening, 3rl inst. The attenilahce was very fair, and the prIabtity is that it. .would have Ivbeen mIucll lllrglr had lint the weather takeni up such a thri'atentinz , attitude. Thei curtain roset:?,a imiinstrel group with .Jantz K(.,ohuani as " h ones" 1 Id ,ohnnv Gardinter as '- tanllmourine. Miss IA'll m'moack s:llg " The worl' betwVeen"' ini eood voive. Kohlhiai awl (urdinrer then u'ave an ext.hilbition of their comical dol'ino:s antl witty s;Vyifis. Their colln ud;rumns were excedciliniv clever alllu crealte tmuchl :amusclllmeit :1111mongst the. audieince. A. nigger sing, enltltled There's gold in the mIountain," was comically sung by .ohiny Garli:er, who gave as an en.core, a pai ooly on Ta-ra-ra-boo in-tder-av . Harry Carroll, the ' popular ilouble-voiceol vocalist, eontribluted cleverly " Rock o-lhy-baby," to the satis...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 March 1893

AH NEW IO ST OFFI REGU bATIT ON S. MIAILS CLEARED ME ; }QURNE. EdXDIGO. 8-3) A.T. 7-i9 A .M - P.H" P.?. 7-4 P.1 7-4. PJ.. OPEN FOR DELIVEPVL The Post Onlice will be open from ) a.m. till 6 p.m. for delivery of letters, tnwspapers, and parcels. It will also be open for letter delivery only from after the arrival of the 7.15 p.m. train till 8.30 p.nm. . Stamps obtained to 8 p.m. The hours for ret-istration of letters are ) a. m. till c p.m. The telegraph portion of the office will be opeaa from 8 30 3 a.i. till 8 p.m. All telegrams must be written in ink. M...o?oneyv Order and Savings Bank business will be transacted fri'iO-10 - tij; 3 p.m.- Saturdays from 10 a.m. till 1f noon. The Savings Bank will also be" open oh Satu rdavs between the hours 6 Upm. arid 8 p.m. for the receipt of deposits only. Cheques will not he received in con nectiuu with any of the above Offices. POSTAL .vOTES. 'Postal Notes may be obtained, and wilt .be payable at any Money Office in the Colorn betw?ert the ho...

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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