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Dressing the Hair. A Sensible Lecture Which Girls Would Do Well to Heed. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Dressi ng the fHair. A ?ensible Leoture Which Girls Would Do Well to 1shed. Not many of the girls who read this, we venture to say, eves thought of doing so silly a thing as to d) e or bleach their bhair oecauee l fashion "' o diotated. The honest country girls are, for the most part, abova suuh pt ty deceptions, so it is hardly worth while to warn ) ou of the always injurious t-ff..ct of such practis s rnli their utter folly. so far a sny beautil mng ,ff ot is conoo.rnoi. We are ali born with the hair beat suittd ti our cimipiexions. Ii we change its color wo tnrow tise wuole offe.o into discord andt give she faue a coarse, unnatural expression. In advising you never to u.o any false means for aryic? to beRinsfy your hair, be sure we don't muean not to makte hll 3ou Oian of it legitimrtely. Its mris.ion is one of beauty. S?Sudy your face and find out what methods of hair-drpsair g best becomie it. and then ao not t!e any false ideas of f[.shion mrak you chauge to an unbecoming way....

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Care of the Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

ha are of Ahe Teeth. ."" What should a man use to clean his 'eethh?" way the q'lestion asked of a well .kinown detint recently. Thu dentist replied akt once : " Nothing but water. There are .more good teeth ruined by so-cailed denti frices than by all other eauses in the world put togethcr. The obj:c; of the makers of t.iese dentifrices, is, of course. to produce a preparation that will, with very little rub. biotg of the brush, make the teerh look per lectly clean and 'vhite. To accomplish this they put pumice-stone, and sometimes :Rrong atkalies in their preparations. Pu'mce stor~ will unquestionably take all the tartar off :he tooth, and will also just as :anquestionabiy, take all the enamel with it. An alkali will make a yellow tooth look ;white in a few s conds, but before a week :has passed it will have eaten away nearly all the enamel and utterly destroyed the tooth. In walking along the street you often see a ?fakir' by way of advertising his patent dentifrice, call a small ...

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

CRI G KET. ----«-- The Sunbury Juniors-played Digger's Rest la.t Saturday. phe, ulluowigY a'te the scores ,: t s ONBURY-FIR'ST. iNINKas. Fieldiding, 8:." :- : :: :. Gilster, . .. , ,,0 -*... * Ai-:u.. ,r., .: , ; . k Eeadie, *. - ei ani^. or' b B.: Campbell,--ý U?i T,' .?''# Is n e, WY. A. .E lie - ~ it.. 0.. DSiWson, A.. - V ' ':adtl 0' -Beardall, ... u' - a,'.ai ta . :4 l Sundries t*%,' ; aro!ij.s DIG'GRHRE ...':h1Ul,?KTlINgT'dN'G.5 Bourne, c and bE. Campbell ., .. ; Allison, o Eadje,,b ,Caumqbill:;'.u o Davis. b Campbell,-: .. ' ;i:, 0"!i i Whelan, c Foster,: IY'LA'id" "'t Murphy, c and b .Iampl ' .Y..i wLyons, ..: e* . --, u :: q W helan, ..-': -s: . . W' i ':.i < 4 0 O X'G. Gillonl,. - i?*:? Sundnes .... ..:. 1 Total'. s, B : . R oCBY-=,E.COND it 9 ,N,,+,£;,, BR-Gampbell, b Wayland,' ':;-. 30 W\. A. Eadie, b Davis, -.. :; lmtdrdall, b I)vis, ': a v. ': 0. Orgau, b Wayfield ... . Hinamerly, lb)w. b Allison .'i. * 8 Eacic, junr, b 'Wayland ;.''" .. "1 Giiuhrist, b Alli...

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 — 10 December 1892

FA'R3: ANR DAIRY IRODUCE REPORT. Mr :eo. E.nns,', Auctioneer, Wester.n M.larket, r reports (7; DIe) -Cheese (new) : 'Mal ket easier, prime from 4d'. to 54d. for loaf sizes, quality being too new. Potted butter A full supply, and for prime the competition was brisk, from 84 d to 9d : medium, 74dl, and pastry 6d to 7d. New and, secondhand casks supplied. Fresh butter : The bulk to hand was of only medium quality, for anything prime there was good demand from 9.d to 1Od; medium to good, 7hd to Sd; inferior lower. Eggs : A great number of faulty c;uirng to hand. Senders should be particular when packing : private lines brought to 9d, and large lots to 8~d per dozen. Bacon, town cured, .7d to 7-d. Hams, Sd. Lard; in bladders, 6d. Carease pork (Friday) : Small sizes well, dressed, in good, condition, 41d to 5d. Bacon pigs, 3d., to 4d; heated and inferior, to 2d. Garden honey, 2 -d to 3d for best: beeswax, to l0id. I'oultry: A 'large supply in all classes, and market. brisk. Young-roosters...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Eccentricities of Great Men. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

*Eccentricities 6t Great ~Qn Suetonie. said r~a; duringC abe winter, A ai~utue wRould;Pes g f OUr tunics b~weath a ....ck .Ioga; to tbeea Woie a ddod a shim, and a woollens irdecrgaaneust; biB limbs, also', were ae cirdulij' pr· ~bktedi. In stammer no wiulld eluvp tusrh LoiAa doors and windows opend, azid freque uily unrasr the perrir;y~e v.1 tue a ises, woeiral jets of fresh water re fresued' ~1le air: Žit~d where, moreover, mul tsos~ed ashElv~, WHo~3 Auly ii was to fan bist. a0c, ould zsoi end~l e tue b-..flo pven 2Pe waotfir sun-ent~u ,e r~evwr waited abres. WE~oOll S t~road-or. r~umtd zlia on tua haaG. $rctlwand ii., Gr~and Duket of Thsean~. who died to 167U)," an9e the 4bbe rbn~n~d.m. Usl j' M~noxoar0,' "i~& the sinve of ~.is buo1tb. I have lri-jaeotly seen him paceg uP and downu twa nruom 'bs~twura two i& kLterL~oumstvB uo2e wojiol nl~ wonl~ keel *h1Y bYO Ou1eDrstiy(~ hir~d,d Orncea~iogl3 earn j'hiyta4 10 LrihUL. off Lolu ~JUis1~1g tax a Varsit. vi eduult-oep o...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Tihe N- ew* Zealand1 -aLoan, sand -hel: Ltteitr usuial weekly. sale 'OL grain. o . Ik ecember when theyA su bmitted a's rall- catalogue of 1809 bags' tot an rx iflritt :attendance of" buyers. Iii wh `i, thel oferings were unimportani~? anr. no business of any moment was car ri?4 through. ,scri:etiiings sold from 119 to 1110. They quote milling from 3/4 to .3/5. - Oats were in fair request at lt. vaiuew. Ordinary feed. sold frtom 1/L1 to 2/-. stout from 2/1; to12?14. Bi rley was dull and:only tiriffin buiiiiess' was transacted. ..: Messrs Goldshrough, Mlort and Co, Ltd. re.por.ts:--Our usual` ieekly sale was helld before a full attezdance of the trade, 1.8$ bags of grain, chiefly maize, a ats and farlev.. The demand for oats wcas not so binisk, and few sales were effected. Maize met with a gool.1 "?quiry, .but prices were barely so lirm. Prime milling wheat : None ,tiered. Oats : Tartarian, 1110 to 1/11 ; Algerian, up to 1/11 ; stout ip to 2/1.. Bai-ley : Feed. descriptions. up to x1...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Sr,' POSTAL V'dOTES. . Potd o l Nutes may be: obtained, ,an, .wil be .payable: at any iMoney, :Officer in tiel Colon} between the hours of 9 a.m. iahd 8. Jrnm ,on ?we.k dave. Saturday excepted, On Snturday, between 10oa.m.. and 1-10oo ,i . The olliwn are the denmonination ' of ?he N~tes that.idil' he issued. and the. prie c rha 6ed:fottheIm:-L SFor a Postal Note.of is. or is. .d the poundage is ... i -Fox a Postal Note of ., s; V 6.,, "3s., :~3sc6d.? 4 or 4s. 6d.,. the pound : -For-'Postal ?ote of 5s., or :7: 6dd4; e I W!" Fr'!?a',Pdostal Note of ,lOs.; lO.se-?. . dd, 15ss, ori. 0s;,: the aeoundagr is.d : ?, {The' alue of: the.' T tes has ,ee 'n so .. arranges that. any sum o sl il iiigs and sixpences up to one pounu may be' remitted by not moren tan two' of .the... notes. liould I et b red ' tsudt o ittrsm it broken smais -of" ,Pet unoblhtai?aei stamps, nut "exceeding in Fafie 5e: : be.attiecil to tltebikof a nt` td h amiount f the ot~ ane d the .stamps ,wivt • tiould the space ~ai...

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Toilet Suggestions. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Toilet Sttggqestirona. It the face has become rousgtened by the wind; epurtgi t 'oltan wish equal parts of rose-water and brandy. I) , not use toik, washes eutriuiug use.; alctaol, as they W e quite apt to produce tiarmiuld estids. The alohiol p..rohers -the skin, .rendareI it orittle, sonacifpaisr is lnurlltlon. For ehapped lips, diasolve Isme beeswax in i& littib sweeet il by heating together gr ?liy. Apply to the lips aevwcal times a day. ind avoid weltig them as much a_ i porsible. An old-fashiuond reeiue for a per feotly bharmlsas iaeo lotion is s following . Tacke.emed. of puwmpfin, melon, gourd, and encoumers, and. potun# $hem 0to a powder, addiig fdret~, fream to. dilue .the puwderr; tbhen add Aweet naili enough'to mase a- shin paset; a: few drops: of: oil: of .lemon or of leanoei juicemuss,be added. Apply this:to abe face for hal-an-our a as a ume, or. it mw'y be pi~ on whien-rtiring and etsl on awer uagls. When the. face is usually pale, bathe in tepid water, rnbbi...

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[?] Medicine, More Exercise. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

: sas AfLedieine, A11ore Exercise. .It?is remarkable how people welaome.say L ecsia:ne mat promies 8greea Oules. Evvua U,-ug, they tiu.sy notl need is, they iSke eitr kiLneet pleau?re on its discovery, and if tioir imjginsralUns- are abuodraily active, lsiy easi. y peruade themsblves that ?? QUau or t.u will d.: ItieuL good. It is an age of .ueaiaine, an era oL p esoriptions, a season of inawomloal eixerimucuus. The general craze for curue ot id real and ille imagined supports a dozen drug storte where one ~Vruietgy eittaggled, builds up enorauoUe for tunes for paise,-medicine proprietors and aitus nmilhoas t invaldls oul of people woo oauit So be bhealty. - 'i'uest ir a great need for t ohange in the popuiar ruinra. Toe are.se for cues ahoutd cease to uionopoli? e evsryihiug and -alaey a.melf with sae gospel of preveotiun. In uhber words. the people should take Lees aaedicine and more. exercise, should give up some of thelr doses and sui?itute allopainio allowances of fresh air. Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

nave money by sending .to Linuoln,, 5tuart and Co., Ltd., Flinders-traet, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishmenit in the city. A genuinie ll-wool suit to-measuire, 42/-. : Ask for their book on the "Philosophy of Dres." They, will post it to you f-Be; - al patterns, an4 iistrtctions ;for .sf-m?.snr.mant-A ditv

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A STRANGE CHOICE OF EVENTS. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

A.,.:, TRAN(&h>...F EVE NTS. _CvL' PT R XI1. I believe, A,?vev'c:r., it .wciiltl effeetually squeili. the emrlinum mt of dynurnite -h b Fenaians a uinc England. But w 1 ?BI tail of thi, some :.otfher ti?.. About . four d -ys before this s:Uca er saile, fromn. eidW York tte W pa 'tza'nt fT-ene.ied some anonymous inftrumwuttion thro-y5,h the mails th;nt Poe of the ringlead:*r" of the susp.,cted .?ang ha, take . MJssage by her fpr l;verp.!ol. N., ]itrticulars whatever .were 'iven bvnmd the b'ai'ere fact that the mran -would be on the .steamner. ThIe chief of <it ltureau :woul hn' paI aiiny "li?d to ii . and said it was a hoax, hleeause Ino particulars Ivere give"r. Biut I Maid, no; if a man wa tits to play .a joke. he wo:i't hesitat..' abou' .unventing particulars. I somehow felt convinced that the informnation `was square, and that we' haA 'struick the right track at las;. Of . cours.. we couldn't arrest the ma l , even ii we found h:m before the ship sailed, wit...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

[ oOU OWN u O?O RREsOM? rT. His Exoellency thleEarl of opeoun and Counitess and suite arrived oin Tu0a dy to spend a few weeks before going to New Zealand for a holiday. OnaiWednrýeday evening; the lIst ??t? a conrcert was held in the State School room in aid df theoprizteaufun Seve ral songs, duet, ' and- orulse~. contributed .by the shol ; r pleased- the au ncemmen sen`im .n.ly. Soigs -bly Misses Jeinkins, ?S ene, .: CO:ilauan, and McDonnell, anid'? -afterwards a dance, afforded abun die; of amuusement to satisfy an epicureR<t. Through the -cimns -ofd Thesdy s Age ie are informe?dt-?t the Governor :in-Council has saw fiet:to grant the sum 'of £2,600 for the construction of ;ate'r-works Trust at Macedon. a M acedon v. ;:Drummond.. :These club5 het on the Macedon Cricket' Grouni4d ni Satt~rday last, to try conclusions ,for .the Kyneton District, Premierslhip., Druni inond batted first but were disrmissed for 35, Gourlay :(17 not out) -being the onily orie 'to make anfy st...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Ilt ines. -. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanrz r A1 tra em nateriuals kept ou hand at MELBOURNE PRICE; --.. AWTI'ftAiTES ti, VEko- . ti'Shanaussy Street'j 8 ' N BU R-Y . : J. WILSON, GLYA'RAZ AS'O'OE ICP. R . EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All gooda of t1i best' quality. Families waited. on~1fb ýiels. ý.. UN.DERTAKER, . GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS ;P C 'UALLY' ATTENDED TO -JACKSO ? =AND"HAR'TkER A6s.i SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLEE, Builder and Coitractor Estimates given for eery descriptii1 VLJLNS an8PlOPI'IU AkTI ONS Prepared. - Cel,-zges Built, ;mall Deposits, baleanc as RenC. ý AIIl Co??mucionjto ll "sce?t? prompt altenion.. -. Frederick "Leo Carpenter and Joiner Furniture made to order, UPIIOLSTERER FRENCHI POLISEER,. O'SHANASSY ST,:i Rpatrs amd re-.stuffl g neatly dc~. (harles Danie; CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, 8 IPffLIES TJE ISUR~OU?NDING . STR;?T wr:t £RATED WATERS"OF - H BEST QUftITY. LaO*ADE, LI5GERiALe, 8q0A-WAThR FA CTORY,-OAKLA)st RO.A1, B TJ IT L A George Hirst- I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

AN INTERESTING LETTER anOni A WU.L-RNOWN SPECIALIST, jrR. LLE ELLYN, who is:duly Qualified und rI Re;:tred, is asare that by departing from the tieal routine practice and de. otinig hhtiself.erchlusiv ly a ep.cial hbramch, which he h as 'o..e for `sme timen ie is no stricty foll.wing the ?aths of professiona etiquette but, as a cou,,derable body of the proceselosa .o still diesc.d' :,o sltiind cold!y aloof from anyone. o?: their naminrr who r;aqu.ree popularity in the treat. tuniut of cettaitr c;ta.nirs and i really a Medical ~p.eialfst, he rioe s it he .itte to tresoit to what -he i)us.dlers 1.gidntate le?rs forthe purpose of dsaelrn ing cynticar ri ici:n; aid of seu'ringas far as he -" able the ca?tidence of Vhie Ildso... It is agstredri, better mens taslsanc Ierw ei aqusibA psacttlioner LL prefere cea t'tot quac?:-. The true de dgnationof q~naakery belongs to those --h.meleese Advetureri -whb, 'without a- particle of med:cal knPwledge or a tittle of claim to the humblest del?rtme...

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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. (Monday, December 5, 1892). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

G`ISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL.; (?l:,i onday;: December 5,' 189). -:, :The ordinary meeting of the Giaborne. -Shie: Counicil.:was held' in the Shir'. *all., 1Gijborine; oin'Moiiday. There: were-? preset t:"?-'s. .ru d (prriilG i t4 i the, chair), Lansduoyue, Gardiner, w sodward. ,- F;?:.arrell:,': Cherry Watt; AliLd', 'Oillailnan, Sattr,' Christina , M.., ... l? Farrell ýand'i-Mr: Bowie' secretary :and' ":Tih inutes of the Vrevious meetin?': wete reud azid"&inrnied . COiitESPONDSSCE. From, S ?ilKiiitifir?;,.Aikiiig fit? pay ment for e5tru metal ?iliikid'olniVictoria road.- Aftera ;good&deail'of discussion; " on:.the miiotioniuf Cr Allen; lt wa.e d& cidedto.?a~i; fr hlf the extra meital Frpm 'saa; ra3se n'sron,- - requesting.s . that Tcotminilgiant periitsion" to : con -truct a pipe ddrainisofri'ri tithi Foreitter8'= "iat1- acrss" tlihe' foithpatl ?r 'W-' SFarrell mo ed that' piLrnssion be gr nted.. oCr tutiirta stcoLi"de14 te 'i of ou 'I rFiomn Def D Iand ? Dumbn I...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Subury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

- . (sI and ~Fea r or tor. SUNBIURYrE isxA Ir hLYTt. a4 }hd rhte ,ti rd F.,^ enee ,s ?d tuno? q.. return Foi ErigEnlahd aýnd?e'presse: pleasure th cie ty ''M1r I1) Brennan, our popular assistaits stationmaster, has been transferred to Hamilton. Ha leivaes here 'for that place next Saturday. Mr Oharles Bell, a, present stationed at Woodend, sue coeds him. Mr Boxshall left for Donald oa Thursday morning. :Ir Weatherall, formerly of Ritddell's 0 reek and Dunolly, has taken charge '!f the Sun bairs st4rton. Last Snd ay n;ght t.he~ Presbvterl?? Chuiral, Sunbury, was brokeninto and? Il stolen from the missioubn l -4he' back door .-was Dirised .been" apparentl_ w?ith some hand.y in?titelit. rewalrd' will be givenu to, aly person spplying information thatmay. lead., to the. appro he sion of the miserIable thief. This is nt the first robbery committed. at the Presby terian .(Ghurhch. and information suppried f: om privaLe sources leads us to believe hatt therr e i'- more tha oine member of t...

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Cast-Off Garments. What to Do When a Gown is Hopelessly Out of Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

Whit to Do When a Gown is Hopelessly O..t of F.ahiov. When a gown is so hop.i e sly oui of fashion Sthat it will not answer even for home wear. or when it is for any other reason hors ,de combat do not hang it away in a ciorcc, to taste up roon:, or i?lut it up in a onet, to grow tousty. 'irst I fl all le; it Lnoruugrly cleanste. If is is oiupoJed of waitii~e ivoOcI. have it wsaneutt ilts entirety, as clean ciotnes ae so much pleauttuer t. hanulr tLt.n eoiled ones. P..ff- nana suck biouold, of cor, be thIli;, uU fi-t, a' draperies that cunse (fl eacil. uia be r moved and washeiti seaeraey. 11 th) L?aterial will n *t wash, bruish and ait tbhrougl ly, leavil g the task of romtoviiig lains, &Q., till later on. When tt ao ien cleen as It it prae.ticable to make it, rip It into Alt constituent part Suca? portions as are quite uie d up. 01 tach al i a ut aside, salong w,.ta very ?mall paeosu, lur rags- to b~ sold to a rag dealer, or tto out of th. way li any .i-anier that beet?m t...

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On the Training of Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

On the Training of Girls. Did girls get from ohildhood the same busaness trainirg as boys; and were is clearly understood in aid families that it is no credit, bus rather a discredit, for woman to hang .helpless on the men instead of doing their 'own work, and, if necessary, earning their own living, society would be the better for the change. Men would find out that the more they elevate women the greater use they get out of them. If, instead of a man wort;ng himself to death for his unmarried daughters, .and then leaving them igno •miniou'ly dependent upon male relations, he educated them to independence, made them able both to maintain and protesr themselves, it would save him and them a world of unhappiness. They would cease to be either the rivals or the slaves of men; and become, as was originally intended, ;heir co-mat es. iqual and yet difforent, each .sex supplying the other's deficiencies, and therefore fitted to work together, not apart, for the good of the world, Wbeh th...

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BANQUET TO SIR WILLIAM CLARKE. AN ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 December 1892

!BiANQIET TO Sil WILLIAM I- . LARKE.: ' AN .':NTIiUsiaS:ric WELCOME.. . A welcome banquet was- tendered 'to :-Sir William Clarke by. the West Bourke Agricultural Society '(of which hr., is president) at McPherson's Hotel, Lanae field Junction, oil Saturday last, con sequent ou his recent arrival (after about 1i2 imonths' sojourn) from England. There were upwards of thirty persons in attendance; who were chiefly members of the suoeiety. Mr Duffy, M.L.A., was present, anid apologies were received from Mr Brunton, M:L.C., and Mr Staughton, M.L.A. Dr Plummrner, of Gisborno, the senior vice-president of the society, pre sided. He proposed the usual loyal toasts, which wete responded to. Mr Robert, Clarke (Bolinda Estate) another vice president, filled the vice-chair. "The Parliament of Victoria" was proposed by Mr Wilson, J.P. Sir William Ctarke, who 'was re ceived with cheers, responded to the toast on behalf of the Legislative Council. He remarked that, as far as his observation had en...

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 — 10 December 1892

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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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