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A CLEVER IMITATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

A CLEVER IMITATOR. "Ton lhave no idea how clever my liit'e girl -i,."said a lady to her guests at rta3ert. " She can imitate anybody," " She can, ijteed," said the husband, feel-. ing quite proud of his chili's ta'eats. '" Come, my dear, show us all what you can do. Pretend to be a housemaid." The little girl, curtsying to one of the guests, very politely asked : " Wi i you take any more chicken, ma'am or a lit e beet I" Then to another: "Shall I put yoe:r screen on your chair, ma'am, the r is very fierce.", And all the guests wre greatly amused. "Js the performance over ;' a 1ed tbe father. "O,: n, papa," answered the chiti, and going toward-him she exclaime in a t rr fic tone: "Sir, let me go I Don't touch me s~r I Let me gol Give you a kiss, i;dees I Supposing missus was to hear vcu 1" Little mýssey wa· packed of to cbool the following day, and father c:u t, it. The housemaid bad a's2 uacact un:aby changed her situation the weck afttr.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. COMLIITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee to the Sunbu. -v Annual Picnic was held at the Mlechanics -Hall on Wednesday evening. There were present :---Messrs John Butler (in the chair), Lee, Organ, Parkin, .James J. ,hstou, J. Sweeney, Jf. Wilsn, C'irtia, H. Deegan, John Gilchrist ald .T. F. Mounse., hon- see retary and treasurer. ,IN UTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were passed for payment : £. s. d. T. Johnston 20 7 11 P. Eadie 11 7 1 John Gilehrist 2 10 ( Proprietor Sunbury '.,lews 1 16 2 Professor \Vesron 17 0 0 Mlechanisi ' Comminittee. (usM of building) 2 10 0 Total. £55 11 2 11 ?LANCE CHEET. A rouzh balance-sheet, prepared by the secretary, sho, wed-Liahbilities, £75/ 17s; Assets, £87/8/5 ; Creditbalance, £11:11!5. General satisfaction was expressed at having £I11/1115 -to the good, con s~dering the heavy ex'enditute this year-as against the -previous ye::r, and the untortuna'e circ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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"OUR BOYS" AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

"O UI? B:BY " AT ! Driver-Wallace. Gunner Breen. Guinner Harrison. Major F. C. Hughes. Driver W. Paterson. Driver Ryan. Sergt. Looney. Driver T. Paterson. Lieut. C. G. Ryan. Corp. Mackinnon. Sergt, Shannon. Corp. Nicholson. Sergt. Sh'elds. The Detachment from the Sunbury Battery now on the way to England to participate in the Military Tournament

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

CRICKE-T. A cricket match was played on the Sunbury oricket ground last Saturday between the local team and a team from Sonih Yarra. The weather was all that could be desired for cricket. The game resulted in a big win for Sunbury, although some of their brightest players were absent. Hallihan and Oxenham were the chief bowlers for Sunbury and Fogg for the South Yarra Bohenmians. Appended are the scores : SUNBURY. Bellhouse, b Kirby......................1 Elliott, b Fogg......... ....... ..0 Hillier, b Fogg ......, ....................0 W. Eadie, b Fogg ........................ A. Oxenham, b Fogg ............... 0 Hallihan, b Fogg ........................1 Winter, not out .........................22 Broughton, b Fogg ....................8 H. Clayton, b Fogg ..................... J. Gilehrist, e:.ught.................7 J. Walsh, b Fgg.............. ......0 Sundries .........................8 Total......................57 SOUTH YARRA BoHE.MIANS. Kirby, b Hallihan ........................

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ENTERTAINMENT AT RIDDELL'S CREEK. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

ENT!RTAINMIENT AT RID DELL'S CREEK. A GREAT SUCCESS., A concert and .ball, in connection with the Roman Catholic Church, waF. held at the Riddell's Creek Hal o01 Friday, 24th ult. The we"her. which is always a very great de.zdera/um on such occasions wa: nice and cool. and a bright mnoo reigned supreme o'et the night, w ich proved acreeptable to those who jou 'neyed from a distance. The attendanc3 was e tremely large anld ahe audie ice was of a very select, and fashionable order. The hall. which was brilliantily lightel, wore a giw anti pleasant appeara:ere. FI ther Gallivan, of Gis!,orne. und',ertook the arluou?s responsibilities of chairman, and gave general satisfaction. The prceedings ommnitniced with a pianf,,,rte s.1., entitled, Norma, played in good style by Miss Barnes. Mr Dalton sing in splendid voice. The Romatny Lass. fr whici hle recei~t'd a fair amiount of applause. The old favourite, Kill:irnvy, was admirahly c'ntrihuted by Miss Callanan. Mr J. Millane alded to the ple...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FAST YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

• 'FAST YOU NG MEN. It oiight to go without saying that w)holsomue pleasn?ret are God's good gifts and not the devil's decoms. But iit me te1l vo whkere the harm conies ?u. It comnes with the wretched creed of the too ,r aimless rakewho votes home slow." and the clubs and orgies " fast." If you young men who are at .home m-ake a mother's heart to ache, when you might make it dance. there: ?-o)tnes in the harm. i'here are brigades o? feather-healed ~iols, authorities on ha s and trotners, and -oracles -on canes and onrs., who would call a tueetin-i :*'. had foi'm" which 'mde at. challenge on the nitia) o)r brain' deepr than tha vhi clh ,soght an opinion \ii the bree,: of a puppy, or a tip f?r the " Leger.' But. vnr discuSsion class must be sl~,' inlee'l if it. is slower than the flat an sterile monotone of drawl which is ilt ,Patois of such as theme. It must I. muddiness itself if there is not a spark( ,in its flow. more bright then tOe fame - of the bi iard and bhe 'cardrooms, aunmi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

N. WIMBLE, (Leto Secretary for Ldads aad Registrar of Land Tax), Va1uer, L&nd, patat, FPinancal, and Bolectors' Agent. 317 COLLf S STRBEET, M1ELBOURNE. Orowa Tenants' Bnaine~' Prto'mptly Atlende to. al0,0! TO LEN) in large and mall snn e *s rppmrsved siag el u agnIoilturaI far a. Fui oV , co*tr, &c..dd 1 s p S K got gengcqr~t ad h wtirt! emlatioa oto t -- r o i NYV E N :[ 0 B P A I WrsueP s Goaasse aizd elsewhu a for s eq. rovedd methods or appliances, tai, .r,, 91t r ny description: Full information, coat-, &c., sen c~al p~ c ntion to A. cI 0'tAiB . u WoBLD" Yatezu8 and Tni ; ýs Ot o .. 1 "CaBý'1{ ` ýI(LýI 8 Wii i i Sus., IUiTAL.fOI4S.rr - -~-- ' -- t tF9 ?i1 j.I I 7 __ __ __ __ __ __ Jt sin aduterated o ; ý?U 01 i r w tT ,ry f' r ,... .,9 ; Bi'hen~r g~s Te S3 f'

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

-(TO THE EDITOR OF THu SUBDURY NEWS.) SSI,-In reply to MIr H. HI. Wilson's letter in the .Subuwy News of the 25th ult., asking why the Picnic Committee decided that he should not be called on for a subsciiption, I beg to state that the committee never came' to such a decision, nor was such a thing ever discussed or brought before any of the committee meetings. Collectors were appointed for each district or portion of it, and as has been the case in former years, the collectors unintentionally omitted to call on a few, which, as Mr Wilson as well as anybody knows, is very likely to happen. But because he (Mr Wdson) happ ins to be one of the few, he rushes into print with an assertion which would brand the com mittee as a petty, ungrateful, and child like body. It seems necessary to point out that we can certainly disagree with a man's ideas without taking the first opportunity of showing, or in any .way b-.aring any illwill towards him. In conclusion, I can s:Ifely say that the Picni...

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FORTUNE IN THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

FORTUNE IN THE FTELD. Recent experiments point to the groith of a new and profitable indusctry from the prolific scrub growth of the Fl'orid focrests and fields. It has been proved that the leaf of the saw palmetto can bre ground in a pulp which mnakes an excellent article of hollow-,vare for domestic and o:her uses. and the present experiments are excected to prove the adaptability of this material to the making of aU hinds of p p Fr. For some time past the pocali.r cabb?.~e-ike substance in the top of the c . metto has been used with the t·cd'r top-. as well, as a fibre in the mnou ac :itr of parchment. It is now prop:,,d (o ,bta i: cheap paper fibre from the crdin:.ry ,:u, plant. some of this pulp has bean succ- - fully worked up into pails, tubs. b:,sins aýdn other hollow-ware. The supply of svw pal matto is practical:y i" xkautible in Florida. Minlions of acres covered with it, and when cut down to tihe a;round it grows up again two or three times n year. A crop that grows with...

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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XXXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

QUEEN OF HEARTS; ORB Love's Devotion. b By MBS. G. SHELDON. b CHAPTER XXXVI. n A PAIR OF ANCIENT LOVERS MEET. h After her lover's d, parture Shirley gravely o began to consider ways and means for pro viding herself with a sultab'e wardrobe. h SI am cure 1 do not kunw ho'. I am to 'I mena?e it," she :-i:, wi.h .. s'gh, as sh" shu' - heren f in her own room, after madame has L. retired, and began to lo k over her apparel A "I need a hans some :ravelling suit, and it p must be hands cm and nice if I am to be a married in it-a pretty silk, for dinner and a oevening year, and dainty wrapper or tea I gown. I could get along very well with F those three new dresses, by making over some ofi my old ones; but where is the Ii money coming from to get them with-not Is to menti.:n a good many other things which a I must have-or the time to make them? re for, of course, I cannot afford to have any a sewing done." e She went to bed feeling greatly t-oubled b over the:se puzzling qnestions, and n,?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

.Hotels. EVANS STREET, SUNBURnT. M. Fannin g, A Splendlid Shorting and Fi.vlin'. Ferrets sup plied. Horses and Bug gies always ,on ha' l, to convey Fishing a:n1l Shooting parties. "t;-i; lenibers of Cricket. " Bicyle, and Fotball *ldbs will find first class accommo,datiion. Best brands of.Wines, i Ales,Spirits.and Cigars always in stock. S DRINKS KEPT COOL DURING THE MOT WEATHER. 'I -t: 1 t11 i1Iilx ' a ,D(" 7:S : . .. - n,,- 1 il f n [f 111 r5. UiRT-t-IIOUSE IIOTEL (Ojposdte Police Station) MA02J].OEDONI ST. ;;::ii? :.::-, .Ales. Wines, and Spirits, of the . Best Quality Always on Hand First Class J" CCOMMODATIO.1 FOR .: amilies and Visitors. CHARGES 1YODERATE S.CONVEYANCES ON HIRE. lI:ay, orin and Chaff 1', Brown, Protrztor. T: : 11pertswoodi Hotel, ET. ANS STREET, SUNBURY. G. M i11st, ' egs to'inform thie inhabitants of SiiTi bury and District th t, he is once more t?he occupier of th above Hotel, and :: anls-the public si:iec re'y for previous patronage. 1G.3M. ,also hopes for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

Hoyle's Prints ! Hoyle's Oambries 1 Hoyle's Ponge.bi - Boyle's Twills ! Are all Fast Colors. Will not run away on washing day. Fast Colours. The Name is Stlampcd on every Piece. THOMAS HOYLE- & SONS. "FRENCH'S" TEA Choicest New Season's, from the best gardens of China, India, and Ceylon. "FRENCH'S" TEA Scientifioally Blended, and acknowledged to be the beet. FRENCH'S" TEA is., is. 3d., Is. 6d., ls. 9d. per 1., in 61b., 1211., and 2$11. canisters. "FRENCH'S" TEA 20115. } Chest, 4011. * Chest, id. less than above prices. Strict Cash. ' FRENCH'S" TEA Delivered free on wharf or at railway stations in Melbourne. 0G FRENCH, TEA - MERCH ANT, 351 BOURKE STREET, 2066 SMIT -T., QOLLINGWOOD, MELBOURNE. THE BEST SUMMER DRINK. PRESCOTT'S Celebrated Paramatta Lime luioe and Lime Juloe Cordial. The enly Genuine. ' Ask for and see you get PRESCOTT'S.: 4 @Pr TRADE MARKZ The only Oure for Blight I The only Cure for Blight 1 The only Cure for Blight I FI THIS celebrated OINTMENT is different _...

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AT THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

AT THE BEACH. FBOM Tan FRBNCH BY A. WANGnMAIN. ---^-«--- Even when the August sun warms the sands the beach at St. Malo has lost only half of its sadness. The ocean and the sky may well look happy, and spread themselves out like two immense mats of azure, one running into the other, and gradually uniting ; still, a severe corner remains to mar the landscape; the city, which allows the foot of its wills to dip into the water-as 'a fisher maiden looking for crabs lets the edge of her skirt dip-keeps about it a sombre air, situated as it is on its narrow rock. The other day Mr and Mrs Desbordes came down the beach from Parame, their little boy, a sturdy child of four years of age, walked in front of them, swinging a toy spade (a threat which was ridiculed by the tiny animals hidden beneath the wet sand), and as the three approached Mrs Furnery, charming, but so serious in her elegant half-mourning toilet, the smiling group and the young widow symbolised this impression, grave and gay a...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

NEWS AND NOTES. In order to allow our staff the henett of the E:ster ho:idays, the Suniur' News office will be closed to-day and on Monday. The remains of our late counnillor. Mr Michael Lo'iman, were interred in the i3ulla Ceometry on Sa tur.av l:nst. A great concourse f fr;i:n:l f liowod ,he body v, its la- t reting plureo. The R. v lather Phi.lan, assisted by the Rev Father Gallivia, conducted the bnria service, Bishop Goeof 1Melbo'rne, adminiistetreý the rites of confirmation to a large number of children at St Mar)'s Church of E:iglaind on Monday. A number of people were present to witnes the Cere ,,un V. The Ilill itmonthly dance was held on Thursday. The night was rainy but the attenlance of visitors Hai faitly large. An enjoyable evening was spent. As will be soen elsewhere. there are 12 coatra('ts to let at. the meeting t. tle Melton Shire Council next Fri imy at Toolern. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Shire OiThe, Melton, and .Monmouthshire Hotel, Digger's Res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

tal T~ nfb~df t on. ~JiIE ŽI~nWi POST 'OFFit;3 1 iSH E G T ' T I O Q N S ,. MAILS CLEF"RED F41ELBOURYE. B3E DTG &. .8 -30 A ZT . -1 A M - ý . l1 45 P .m ' G eneral Ilfmormatio, . STAMP DUTY ACT. BILL. OF EXCHANGE. Bill o~ixchange and Promissory Note Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amiouiut or value, and' also for any fractional part of £50 of suuc amtount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of'utrxcange payable on demand charge-. able with same duty as a promissory note for satie ainount. '(Eubossedi stamps must be used,whijch may 'be obtaitad at all Post Ofices.) EXEMPTIONs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in •Viotoria upon any other banker in Victoria -not payable to bearer or to order, and used 'solely for the purpose of settling or olearing -any accoent between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in l.Victoria 'to any other banker in Victoria directing the ,payment of any sum of money, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

Every Description of JOB PRINTING EX~OUTED OAREF'ULLY AND WITH DISPATCH. -# # ! . f ! * i Business AN INTERESTING LETTER rflo A WsK?KI 0owx I . SPECIALIST. -- ++- " R JAMES D. LLEWELLYN, who is dult 1 ' Quas;ied and Registered by the Medical Boards of Vi-t . ria and New South Wales, is aware 'that by departing from she usual routine of practice and d-votinp hlmnelf exclusively to a special branch, wh ch he has done for some time, he is not strictly following the paths of professional etiquette; l'~t. as a considerable body of the profession are still .disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires pot.ularity in the treatment of oertain ailn-nts and is really a IledicalBpecialist.b Sdoes not hesitate to resort to what he considerse legitimate means for the purposeot disarmlngoyacial criticism, a:,d of engaging as far ashe is abl? hestta \ Idence of the public. It.is asireslyLb ett o tsi : itothe qttack. The true designtation of quacker belong ' to those shan...

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"I LOVE" IN THIRTY LANGUAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

HI LOVE" IN TI-!IRTY LANGUAGES. A Fr-iouch aeafeur has amused himr,!f by finding out hoe the verb "I love" is writttu i 30 different languages. Con ovkri; g :hat nlo Ies than 53 languages are rp-!kcn in ! Eogope, 153 in Asia, and so on, the risnit of the French gentleman's researches :mountz only-to a very small fraction 01 the Sf0 dif. terent languages that are spoken on our I planet. However, the remit may b: of some interest - In English-I love.. In French J: ain.e In Germanl'-Ich liebe. I f Dutch-...I lieb lief. = Tn vwedisiIjag aslia;r In Dinish-Je elsker. In Norwegian..4eg clsnker. In Latin-Am0 In Italian--Ano - In Spanish.-Amo In Portnguse=A0mo. In Rnssian--Lioubljou, I' Polish--BEochsm. In Hungarian ..Varo0 In Greek-Aghapo. In Turkisb.h-Sereyror.m In Armneaini. sirenm. In Pouwanian.En ilibseb. In Biscayan-...itafz~ndet. In Ilindoosian-.Main bolat In PcrshanD.:nýada.em. In Arabic (EgPt)- Xef'aI In Arabic (Algeria)-Nebabb. In Cambodic--giRbom sreland. In .llals aISsahya enka. ...

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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 — 1 April 1893

CO RRPESPONDENCfE. [We do not identify ourselves with .he opihions expressed by our corres ?ondeats.--Ed]. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS) -SI,--Mr Wilso'ls contribution in the formn of a letter, which appeared iii your last issue, is a striking example -"cf a futile attempt to ,,ake himnielf pcp ulari. Mr Wilson must have praise, .and having learned that it is not to be elicited fromu the creilouh- people of Sui bury, he proceTelh s to sound his own trumpet by proclaiming that on account 6f the gr?at service which he has rendered to the people he was offered the sum c.f £5, subscribed by a generaous public. The news camne with a good ---deal ,f surprise to most .people, and probably no one was more surprised than Mr Wil-on hiumslf. It is rather amuusingi to real Mr Wis ai,'s bttteainent, when it is so widely known that tmemblers ,,f th coniniitt.e of which he -peaks wer- not aware that he, in .any manner, mnerited the c'nsi.l;,ration of such an offer. If Mr Wilson's :frtilit.y ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

ITEMS OF NIf WS... -o* Ab ut three o'clock yesterday u' r.!ing a number of larrikins, evident l3 out on the . spree," mia chievousl. carried Mr Boa:dman'S shop-s au:ters away. O.e of the shutters. has been found, and is coulleal.ly imiashed to pieces. These practical jodks do not always o" wash, 'and if the miscrealats got .hat t'ey so richly t eerve they would be lodged in the lock-up lind af erwards dealt with by some of, our wurthy umagistrates. As it i. not the fit:t. time these shutters ?lave been similarly removed, erhaps the local constable (who )f course could not be expected . o be on duty at three o'clock in the nurnuing) will make the necessasy ' quiries and if possible' issue - monses against the culprits. We do not think it would be a very difficult task to trace them. Besides executing the mischief mentioned these unseemly fellows disturbedr the peaceful slumbers of the neighborhood by bawling out filthy songs and creating a disturbance generally. At the Sunbury Police...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 April 1893

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. The best oil for softening leather and making it pliable is castor oil. Ripe tomatoes will remove iron rust. Rub on while the goods are wet. Put 'a sound ripe apple in the tin bhx with your fruit cake, and the latter will keep without becoming crumbly or dry To keep your silver bright without con stant cleaning, which is injurious to the plated articles, dissolve a small handful of borax in a dishpan of hot water with a little soap, put the silver in, and let it stand all the morning, or afternoon, as the case may be, then pour off the suds, rinse with clear cold water, and wipe with a soft cloth. Cayenne pepper placed in rat-holes will drive -the pests away. Powdered borax sprinkled about the water pipes will cause the water bugs to find a new csmping ground. To take grease spots out of ground glass wash well with water that has been boiled and cooled, with an ounce of soda added for each gallon. Housekeepers will find that a row of tiles on the back of the kitchen...

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