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11.—The Banker and his Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

·:1 il-The Banker. and his Garrdeen, r. Ones upon a time, during the reign of thae-i 3UitaI. tdrriGcu-A, .fl.ci. £0, 6 eurburt'aii )3aulkit bteuawje ei zllaaa w on the aubjbouc :4haviug a beftuliluj gwe3Li. So' he arose every ui,.ruing during the ;00000 month of M,°y, dua dug and-raked or a ooupie of bouro ur'uree breakfast. Th: occtor tiold him it would be a good ;hing, aonu it was-1jr be dootor; for, .horbJ) after She oouph1onlwn of ife *garden, ~ neg. ctaulker ws hnuetto Witt mlnanrza,. and '.ýdeptlcal pereuol: oY.iert i xf kub fouzd it -avpedbary t 4ry tha ilodlfl air ti tbe 'noun 6ube for iLine f lt... About ti't mllatin of Aniruest the garden 9Larsjoi a n ru,,, unE gtirt. WeeL the juy at be ba,~ atr tIIa.rett. BfteIvcrv btinyKg ripened; at once, and--the £anc~er ~uuy tih tsar uLI: Ofl : vrei tauiktd7i'or Wu t£, uclAu I e%-erij-,eg tu ito tt, and nlb X6 1 ouilgto t (ion, I:lCtt oCauwlj a patros if thbe ve'oor v with tolle aond Iuuda.dna the j teb.iunlud prUOU.et; of tut earth. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FABLES. 1.—The Polite Goat. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

y 1. -The Polite Goat. " +. A4 esrta 646 in idefof this city once owned \iuitur- j-!UiLet *tid'. t:i:nll houa goat, whoae pre :8itei~Le Kaa a~j~i'.outrd. a o tj ?;;One "ay s kie, cuuk tiet a platefnl of, this iupuiart daint'y' in, ithe ba Uk yard, and the & wih dua linde that rose on ~5 IaCunI ii v.;Qj iv a uoriherly directrzoz 00 oar~a'tin, egee, alnd emptixu iles ihe roose 5otcuuiard l ra rar delicacy, yet it ia 01h pr'ipef th at; du solng as it id its good, iF.G1+Lll14;; ltýiia E~uy liq! g,; it anould be fhe p1ilo utibort i: Leal: -A uli"ltrlratbon, the goat, commenced (uuink ItCEfIivnani istae; anti awben 'toe 'ass tit'o i llTbcad-,I 'ap'ptn`ared, the j oor-xdfii at ~tuadruPedjlouoij. uiat it the suit Outsbard :a.. Oeu.ý ItaOurtjec 0) ihe earth. ''`'1' ox o tin.. 0 r1 :;, oeisIifoa) fable ýiachee~uae: shat uriirvelALuiulhity :. ofteni x, ace; ttuUS fileqlute. s 28 oly Ocautsiful 'tflen s.tleniabes u to auiin oui oh toub, liu1jtitil te shouLd not drihuonnue tnti Hunil"ooy...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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OUR POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

SOUR POSTAL ARINtI,&GEMtNT.. The postal:arraingnrnnts at Sunbury. have caused dissatisfaction ever since .the post-otLice W q'taken away from the Railwyv station, and complaints, since then, t.)o numerous t.o describe,' have reached its from all parts of. the town ship -and- district.- . At- one time we were possessed .of two letter deliveries in the day, but now, unfortunately, we can only boast of-one.' This was the fault of the 'Post-master-Gener'al, who out the second delivery off when applied' to for an extra boy-assistant. The ar gument pult forth .was that the business done at the office did not warrant the services of another official. Be that as it may, however, but subsequently the hea I of the department deemed it wise to grant the concession, and we have now at the post-office two assistants and -a post-mistress:. Still,. the old system of a one-day delivery is being carried on and we are, comparatively speaking, no better off than when there was only one assista...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Farmer Proper Food For Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

Farm'er - " iPropoeE ood For owBs. bsod has two othcies to peiform in aai ae ecaonomy to keep the anuial whim, ,ijC ,o save itiforoe.anid loodb are olsscd ~rs a t, >rouuoeas or force producers. leas ii sul, died . by oarbona?couu food while force 1. .erlveo !rou nl;rt,,-noue material, and t,,e ood ls betat for thet a?iluld ?n which thte ilemueitns are in et.cr proportiou 'to escoU ,ther, ie ?the condituon tf the auimal cails Ior. Fouds axe oituesed es rich wJtn" they ota!sin a larwe proportabt .f nit. gel4,ous r t,,rce producing elewiemo, and poor wlJU ,ha. are tine rever... Wheat oran, gluten meal, and ne!l.m.,le lov:ver hay are ail coi (2 atr:',:ly rich to.:s. this bu.g iay, gra?Ti-sttow, or over-upe or wea.iterU.t ,.leo E,. .ii b nay are all iniernl:r Dtea2Ue they lace a due proportion of fore prwoocing manteral. .The samie kind of food is requited to procuoe. milk that Is rutuared .o pt.duce forcet; o ste worndg ox, or nuorse iike :the cow :n mulk requirt-e rich loud or food ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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[?] EVENTS. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

:'- " "';+ ..: ": : ---' AIJRTS . cAHri-n FI xi. E"X. i u 5.ar,, kss tha ninvii tniiuLtes the ouier skin i t ilthe garm-.iit, was iiiatelI to it Iunnost, andt legs ani- waist bearime thIse •+49fi-m, : fiat man. I'Thloug? the f.e witas wanting, no L.alei'r-coidld I ')oubt, tl tha e fat riua .,o,-l iefor'e me; f,'r w ire iiot his -i 'lhes, niid ti',f .h.bat. ,heard, c-,tirows, yes, and his ioUwq-n-. s:. 'y:ng on the :'ii ? l?.l it W3dS "wi.iit the gr:veas difficulty ltia .+ii?,?t:? i eheckedl the siid.llci .xcla;inu;o I ' i -i .ak+.nt. ue sight brought ti my li ps, a. I uin "a.-'i_; ilha oius ly sar bolt upright in my berth. * - i -l started -ourt. S*;, ortilatelye W sterfe.ld (Wo re must ,'pac'. .11 him for the pres -at) was oo hut;'l. "'r'::'-cupied and abstracied in his work to , f..,tie tme. I lay back instantly, and A. , i-oke out into a louil -s'ore. -- :.+-' He's all right. for ain hour yet, said -,:U;'" .. -Bunt it won't do to . w ite tint. 1 * wialder whero he kCee'is his key...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

,W. CLA YTON, Painter, Paperhan oer AND r-LJAZIEJ BP A.:.: l tirciemateriuls kept on hand at M:: LBOUJRNEA PR ICE,. . SiMA4 TES ; VWo-. St'NBUR.' - . GROCER . , ,. " ,AL -ST E:EKEPER, OPPOSITE NEW POST . OFFICE. oAll da ofthe best quaiiz.V : ?;.Y. J. h1.- . .Familla.waited on for orders: : UNDERTAKER, SGEINERALt CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT "-- : ORDERS PUNCTUALLY-:Ei JA,80 01- AND JHARKER S'Ts. ... BURY . . . Mat th w. S' ° :'SYDNEY " STREET, T: YA-RRAVILLE,, Builder and, Contractor E stiimates given for every descriptio OF - WORK PL NS? nd: SPEC I.[C AiTIONS SPepared. Coeaks Bult, small `Defosris, bolandc as- ,' R. All Commudnic n will: Frederick ,Lee, SCarpeter and Joinmer Fu- rnitire made to odr, L : FRIENCH POLISHER. 'SHANASSY ST, -: a ?'er?o and re-stuffing _acli do e. "t?C la rles Daniel '..ORDIAL MANUFACTURER, S LI ES TJiE SURF OU4INQ IDISTRi T w" r .ERATED WATERS 'oF THE! -. - .. ... . di . . . .erg~e Hirst, SUN-B UR Y. I: I " :trye.i riptiond of boots n-'-d shoe it,?: , .?o? . t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

Business : . AN INTERESTING LETTER rhFi . r BOM A WELL-KNOvWN SSPECIALIST, " 1R " LLLEWELLYN, who is duly Qualified Andd ?.: E 6. Regist-red, is aware that by departnmg rom the S"!5al rouiie practice and dat oting hiiself exclusivly 0 J io as;«?eial branch, which he has do e for some time, e is nos strictly following the paths oi professional -etlquette, but, as.a considerablebody'of the prof es-ion b ** astiall disposedto stand coldly aloof from anyone of Stheir iatuber who acquires popularity in the treat. . a: istl nt of certain ailments and. i really a Medical STS~vcialist, he does not he.itate to resort to what, he A'-ohu ders legitimate meanis for the puri-ose of ditaram..: 1 .ia ~ the confid-i.e of tue pu.l. . It is assurediy .I' tter to'seek assisunc . from the qualified practitioner ,,In prelerence to the quacký. The true dcsigna ion of quackery belongs to those h. iihmineless advei:turcrs who, without a particle of medical knowledge or a little of eiain to the humblest die...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

NEWS ANDI NUOT . Sir .. J. Clarke, ,the President ,jf ,the ? s iurke Agricul'tural Sci?t.; . ill; hev ektertjri ' at a welcome dinr-_b>y that 'body on Saturday (to-day)at .Lancefield Junction. Mr Dunfy 'and~ Srtatughton; M.hL .As. andt f Mr B.uiieto"" M.L .., aar expecd to be present.: Gh \ Le7rnmite hare fined the Chris aas .a d New Year holidays. I:d 1 ideid ; that "a Mdi ::Deueadr -44h -t 'd4t atniy (BIoxiti.g- dyi) .ad 'ifxs uhy; the 27thl 'should be` "bbiernr as .u it il Iholidas;a and also Satuirday, the 1 ilst, and Monday, the 21t d of J nuary. . Mr Wr, Patterson; al eusloyee of Sir :W. J. Clarke, met with a sevre wieu th :Whili galloping after soul~'horses on Motdd.,s whih ne'Lcessitated'his laying up for a few da? s. Dr "Johiistun; who :was caled in tile eveiiing, said if the patient had been without medical aid until the following morning, umwrtill cation would have set' in." Pattersan received a horse,-kickl in tli. '"idolen about five years ago,, from whiich he has ne...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

- S., ,iU Y S TURDAXnY.' }} '1 IJ IlECEMDER 3, Soiajr three.years "hawve- ehips d ?' now since .them` desirirto Cob .in. a water supply for Sunbirvl was ;first;:; nicotec, .and• .of late months this- `mos; it i ortant matters : has - received hi b absohire ieglect, Whic is rather a4 re l?,, ii , on the pirit- aid ea.: gy ?o ur public; mCenI . Ti:itr a wae' 'ly baily need:e in::a:i: Su'ibuiv', is an :unideiiable, faEct :g.?Wor is o?e of tlt r piii wni ayints'' himan life, n,-. less esseutlal t?hi. air or. fo id hene t oe stro'ngi: and': religous in eras~w tat si'i alg as lbeen at ached, all o' er the l :.wo ,ii to th., 'nans of its supply Iu the ea.liest records off u'vlisation we redd of; the dai ig of wells, and of .te quarrels about t :tl ossession of tlheim The `t-Poolýs or Solomon." near Bethleheni .r'n, w ipAnain now almit: `is pereet as, when they wore' built;; ? w&io connected' with as leme : to, 'supply Jerusalem u ith water. In Assyria and: Persia, from the earliest...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

SGeneral Gatherinsii Doelitig took ltIlts e&l fSom thCo faihdwe iombats of th l (%itij natiour, T'ie tirisl I formd dAnal in I ,ivland bst veen Williart? s .oulr ?E-.u and Godfrey isiynard, toout~ place in 10?H?. D)ueiiug in civil matter3 was t forbiddeu in k ranoe, 1305., Tro fi tht with t. mrmll swords was introduced into .1jgland, I58er in the domtio of local eol";tovernmen "' tni} e re Ladi-:Sed to the fri onis in i .?:?eg. 1. inciuding her Colo ies, iU Sweden, usolinai, Finland, ad R,:Rsias, and in two .t a?,.o o the Auceriain U.Tun-o-Wyom!ng a;,d I uiai., l n Austria, 1ru3iia, Szxony. ar;id jlunwJwlc they vote in ctr rural umou- ' muue ua ul, A storni, w~.trrlece regi?3n "ot Prance has cruivd a race of a. inais that, der not drifik 1 Tr:o sit ep. fe:ainug upoo the frg4raint herbs, bare alrtgesther unlearned ,he habit?;of r rinking, and the couw drink very hiltle. T i,, uL'h ts .eee P', guefort cu-ese, isº utIed1) frim the miik uo tune'Ln-drink ingg Onoe during a ball a...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF,. The weather has been',altoge.ther unseasonable lately; which is id'etri mental to farmers in their liariestirig work. A social was held at Lanaefieldi Junction last night. Mysterious crime in the .City. Two arms and two legs, of a human being,' .disuiembered, were found on diffeiefit days during the weel. There is no clue so far, and :it is thought that the detectives will 'have some tr"uble in bringing the :perpe trators of the crime to justice. Sir William Clarke will be"ban'-' queted at Lancefield Junction to-day. Mrs Ponder, who was shot by her husdand near the Great Northern Mine, RuthergPen, on Saturday night, has succumbed to her iujures. Mrs Clara Parker has -issued a- writ against Joseph Glarke for ;i'£10,000 damages. A motion to have all the meietings of the Melton Shire Couricil held in the 'sire-hall, Melton, will come forward at the next meeting of that councilA.:Ait .present the meetings are hela it -loolern one m?onth and at Melton the next. :The Earl ...

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Storyettes M. Labiche's Wit. Some of the Famous Sayings of a Bright And Learned Frenchman. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

5toryettes S M. Labiche s Wit. .Some 'of the Finoue Sayinge of as Bright And L-arntd Feniahman. M3 Lahiehe, who died in P:aris not long ago,' was a membor cf the F:enoh Aoeiemyr - one of the forty hsertry ?er imm.ri?tls " of Franee-and famous otr his wi~ty and good. natured ram rkr.... Thei, q sality of his wit, saye she 'e;utlk's Comrpanion, was not of ine keen, i. olt:ive sort su,, 'u ,are acoustumod ro Sreading of in aneedotes of Bidney Soith or .Tomni Hood; it is rather of the sort whmon liuds in every Eituetion some materiel for an isetent, unpremeditated remark which puocsall liStrners in good tumor, and merely makes them laugh rartser than arouses their intel leet:a.l aomiraahon. PM. Labiohe originated the saying, not now infarnslliar in' bar~ seriaing a person who, I th lta, ignorant, insists upon making a' greye show of what he knows: " He is a man of vast and varied mislanfrmation," Labiehe expreseed the thooghs in this way:'" He has a grsar and varied ignorazice." Nobt lo...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Usefu'l Mlints.' Prof. Brinton says that she vry best thine for a . pran: is tb put helim>:into a vessel of wery hor water immediately,: then add ae moch beihng water as esali e borne. Koep ahe part immersed for saer.?t minutes, or until the pain eubsides,-tben apply a tight osneage 4no secure a r?it. For tne .dyspeptir, fried oysters are for lioden. Wiler roastee in, t e bhell oystere are delieions, and osn be digem4d with ease yven by a weak stomnobh. Cbloride of lime anould be erastered at ieaat once a week. under ainls, ace in ll places where sewer gas is liable to lurk. To ole'an boiulee, pet sbem into some kernels: of iorn and'a tIbleaepoonul of aees, nail ifi them with .wter, and after av? oroua. shallug and rinsafg you will bad the ua ejlr tie good as new. L.t dashes oe neatly wasbutd, sinted ?n not iwater and drained, anc then rub tBem until they shine. Put a pail of water into the tubs di eslly alter using, and they will not leak when wantec fuor use. In some forms of h...

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Only Live Fish Swim Up Stream. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

yvn6J~t "FiYlc~SM taL ps :' R . H.WAS,. I!' all fsvs ueae of labtf 'i'in oil;, ianmitie, hill"i.de, plain; 'Mtier .reri u .auirv.LA g uarr, t Seti ig 1ahl3, or deeeo ng gain; Butu to lt who ~JA tor trtC ure, Ii..ju;irod bb w..u·ai fairy uleawm, Tbh i , juaIBgwa ul r uIB rf-njIeitIcr-, Os.zy hve uioiu uMe.u lit reeeuma. He .ho hopes, but is irnaLive, L:tlbr::t War tel ue1ati'a ,t .er e&tr.woT jxl mc.S \r~eac :211 ltaý.h'8 . tel c ucrel tuol· lads t -b w o - rr w =h ni ritore. B a ivrwit.Uu1.uhzirrtng tajib i~nd coezrage .illI AMy thopec fur.j(.3a supremi , 136 Who wills is rore. o ct lquer-- Only ILye; fish awini up are.Ull. it iarfuioults, d~rzger., peerfh, ientLUbt- L s oes tre~ln ou every hand,. llemerubt-' he wtitb avye rio cunfijuis Lived tu Lf eul'.1 a rrtalz; But so him.who fears not danger,. I aIore pot as purils Ut8ee.., Hi. is iWr wo proves tie. rnre.. - Ooly live 5eb swiIm tip £ItiIr. Lee as then, thoughi icwpe-a1 gt her, And ue' w y ibrui uatl nti dea3r, F 'it ice...

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THE HORSE ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

TUI_ liORSE& ARTILLERY. In 1889 the late Mr Andrew Chirnai-te, of \\Werribee-park, offered ,tol horse half a battery of horse artillery for five years on the und.erstauding that the D)fence departme?nt should provide :t with three guns and the harness and other equipments. ills olfer was accepted, and aiso .a simniar one .Py-'ir.W. J Ularke, M.L.V. Mr Chirmside wan led to anrcipaLte tut tie bactery wouldi be./supplied with rapid firing guns of a new patter .as, sonu as the question of the most stitcable woapon for horse artillery, which was then being considered by the War Office, was decided. That questioni, however; still rema:ins undetermined, and the battery Lince its formauon three years ago, has had to be content with three aLsoiece guns, one or two of which have been .aund to be so defective that the battery was prevented in coaseqi~ence from taking part in thL llmaitnUVire at Lancefieid d J: ;iatioii on lrinice of Wales' Birthday. 'The fact; that the uiveranment has ...

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Tickling Trifles. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Tickling Tries. SILOs " Did you ever see veusola e gaged in a fight ?" Civilian ," No, but I have es: &a ship spar." VOLUIIITI is the distinguishing teiure ofi a horse-ear driver when be is thirteen min" uses behind schedule time-orbis asupp trip and an overloaded coal wagon.WbeaIs down just in front of him on the re?l. A SCHooL BOY beindg aake&iyj his teacher, how he shouid flog him, ri.ep&.: . "1f yJo please, sir, I shou!d like to I? eits on the Italian system of tien;ansbip ith.e Leavy strokes upward and the dowii?tlrd' onues light." Ws learn wisdom from failore l~eboh mor than success. We often di?`avei~ what will do by finding out wht w~ill nato do; and probably he who never made a mistake never made a discovery. Mr CHRIP Ca'ss-- Say, loveJ a o ,~g'iemaa free 'a just bruught mehorme all'iightIl" Mis. Cros : 0b4(, shanke; and o:hW, i he is not o tired, I'd like to have hiim take you away again )" Tix Sanda?-eobool atss was singing, "I wanl to be an angel....

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DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

';oDIGGER'S. R.? ?T. _rROrw OUR o0W& OORRESiPONDWET.] Thnrsday: A meeting of parnts and residents of Digger's Rest and district took place i' tihe local schoolroom on nTuesday, 29thli ult., for the purpose of mak ing arrangements in connection with the school picnic to be held on Jan uary 25th, 1893. The followiing gentlemen were entrusted with the management of affair:s-Mr R. Davis (chairman), J. Boland (secretary), W. Twose (treasurer). Messrs Dun can, Lock, J. Murphy, O'Brien, Prideaux, and Bubeck consti'ute the committee. Sums exceeding the amount of £5 were promised in. the roomu and it was decided that lists be circulated in the district and subsLiptions canvassod for-It was unanimously agreei to that the site selected be the same as last year, and that the catering, prizes, etc., be left in the hands of the exe cutive coimmittee. In the eveniig a social will take place in :the school room, oven to subscribers' only. A vote of thanks to the ladies and chairman broughSt...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Day After. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

The Day After. " Good mornin' to ye, Mrs. O'Bahrty. Have ye beerd from Mary Ann agin 1" " Indade an' I haven' 'an'd at I had I haven't mimory sufficient to remimber any thing, for I'm all broke up this mornin' aopd so is the colonel. Ye see yiute'day wa r she. tion day, an' the oolonel 'holdin' aff ontil late in the avenin' afore he'd pus his vote in there's no telhn' the amounlav =mall change he did raisive from, this oand? , as an' that wan an' all the other's exzips a poor few wans who didn't have nothin' to give. An' ye eat thin betwane toimes he would come: home wid his pockete jinglia' wid muneyJ loike sleigh bells; an' we took the oppor Sonity of cilebrasin', an' av coorse-we duisa't feel so overly well this mornin'." "An' phwal did ye eilebrats I" Arrab, sure, iverything, an' wid good old' Irish pwbhiky at that." " An' who did Mr. O'Raherty vote for I" "Sire an' he didn't vote for any wan. Hie' wasn't in a condition to go out an' vote. IIe held off too long, ye see. At foire...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hazel Eyes Are Dangerous. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Ilazal Eyes Are Dangerous. Young man, you had better not try to flirt with a pair of hatel eyes, II is a Waste of time and ratber dangerous. They are lesa euaceptiolo than bhe blue, and when once de-o ceived do not pine away in griLe, but, rally for revenge and Iske is out o scorn. If , U tickle them you had bustIr go in to win or hcave te country. And wbzle'we think of it we'll make aucithr iemark ; wben you woo and win and aed you had .beter keep oD winning fter ward or have the country. It -ae;a a power of love to do thim jaurice.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] The Ice Maiden. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

The Ice IMade'. 1 met her one day. woen thm morn Wa wild, She said with a sih.h bhr war awfully drr-. ;; P.• it . ibId I, That meant I m&oet luad' t? Wish ice-cold soda, And he ssampled each syrup the drug oilrk: knewe And gayly that mrnrning the roonsy Ilag. I met her again whin the' sun *AIlsiWi, Ste eaid wiUt-a rigitd aF e was awfully dry- .. Great Biosh I I atu inptad to till htr With iie edreiw (vanilla), She rot through a dtlar'os ;voztb sihek, by George I What a heap of ice cream a hot " math " can gorge I I asa her at eve in the cold moon's youth,. BIaos-.er a -ord Oi retieshmezt4I heard, :In ooth ! No umore cream or sodsa, • But on ice she. had s owed her In the long, long boo that gaposli t absorbt us When we monkey like he 'did with obolarw tuorbua I .

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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