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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 30TH, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. 'RIDAY, Jitt 3Oa,' 1893. The ordinary monthly meeting of the 'M-?Melton Shire Council'was held at Melton Shire Htall yesterday. There were present.-Crs White: (pi'esident in the chair), Beattie, Bubeck, Hoare, McPher son; Lock. Brown, and secretary and bngineer W.:Robhiisn. The newly elected member, Mrr Robin son, after being duly sworn, took his The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENElt. P'rom National Bank of Austialasia 13acchus Marsh, forwarding copy of the latest scheme of reconstruction-Received. iromn Wimn Brown, Green Hills, re Convention of councillors for to visit Bourke's Hill-See engineer's report. From Donald McIntosh, Toolern, traiving attention to the damage done by the flood waters from a culvert Dpepoite his farm to a paddock of his, end requtesting council's attention to Bame.-Or Beattie moved, and Or McPherson seconded, that the members tot the tiding with the engineer visit the place and report for next mee...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS, OR Love's Devotion. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

QUiLN OF HEARTS, OR Love's Devotion. BY MRBS G. SHELDON. CHAPTER I. A FATaER AND SON AT TAIANONI. " Clifton." 'c SirPi "Where were you last night ?" " I was--out.' " I am aware of that fact; but where were you P" " At the theatre." "'-No entertainment lasts until four . o'clock in the morning. Where were you between eleven and that hour P" "I decline to answer." "" You will answer me." '. I--will not. I am no longer a boy to be bullied and threatened; I am. old 'enough now to go my own way without being called to account for every evening that I spend away from home." ":; Very well; 1 admit that you are no longer a boy; you need no longer be bulg lied and threatened, as you express it; and i you can henceforth go your own way, if you choose. But from this day your al lowance stops. f 'Stops !-altogether P'" cried the young man, who had been addressed as Clifton, while The started -and flushed a vivid erimson., . The above conversation occurred in a handsomely furnished library of an...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

Gen Tratl Informnation. STAMP DUTYI ACT. BILL OF EXCHANGE. Bill of Lxchauge and Promissory Note £ s. d. "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 anlu.utt or value, nand also for any fractional part of £50 of suci amount or valie .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange mpayable onl dellanld charge able with samie duty as a pronmissory note for samne . noiunlt. (Elnbossed stamLlps must he used,which may be obtained at all Post Oillces.) ExErPTIONS. 1. Draft or order draws by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in 'Victoria not payable to bearer or to order, "and used solely for the purpose of settling or clearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directing the paymtent of any sum of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to any person ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

Ev€y IX~riiption of. ' ` JO13 PRINTING i jX CL`TD CDICAFULLY \,1iLTI P DISP.TC2I :Al INTERESTING LETTER. raox'A wLL-.-NOW?N SPECIALIST. R JAMES D.l I. T'aE ..F N, who is dull I Quiaired and Itrei;t..red by .the' ledi?i? Roerds of 'ia't ri and ,Sa\?utltR h Ryles Is a rware i. at. by depirtin!lg frois tie riidi i al r-qiti; 'of p-?.ctice andl.: .btiag h;i? lt -ais lta-lVel to,:, ii a ia.; '' .Laoeh. ti'h he hias'dorae or so traitime, be ae fiot ; °':q:odi aetbicd to >!lt -oldllf -frtit -r en £ r eof rhe nut er. whotleqic~ rdc i piaiIiait;i thii the trretteitst': eertain aillntu tt and is really.a atedieti caitecialiat. h d .es not heiitate to rea rtt, ti hat he co- aidicr le itimaite tmeanr for r the Fptlpoliefrdistartingc' .ical critictisi, bjad of etteagi:ig as far as he in able.the conr" : flder?"e of the pu(blirt. It is a!r,-rredly !fetttr to see' asqqitaltce front tte q lhtied p~ra.titioer in preferenoe to the illrack. The true designatior.of ti.unckery brlongstto those hatmel...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

iS' General lhifo-mnittion ,THE NEW POST OFFIGS SR E GU TIO N S. I- -AILS' CLEARED 0 -M'L, LOUUNE. BENDIGO. 8-30 A.- . 7-i.5 A1.M1 2-45 P.M. -4&P.M. . ! 7-45 P.M .-45 P.M, OPEN FOR DELIVERY. iM '' The Poflt Ofice will lee. open fron ' 9 a.ni. till 6 p.m. for delivery of letters, i': .newspper.s and parels. It will also s b ' be open .for letter delivery .oily from ii"i.".~'after the aririval of the .15 p.m. train till 8.0 p.m. . S.,:t-.,Stamp.a obtained to 8 pm n S?lhe hours for registration of letters: a iii.t p.m. : l i Thie 'tilgraph li prti on o thAl office" I , -i'll be opi,' frt' i 8t ju a i. tjill 8 i ii LC, c-All teleuranis mniuist. I viiwt.tcu mf. i . 0 " Moniy Order aidl Sivii s B -ank + busitess will be tranu-.ctedfroiil 0 a.m. '-.O e 3 i1 il- SaLunrdlys ,frOm 10 a.m. n; n .till-12 on . . . " o, 'I. ' -- '. Ji The Savi-ngs B}ink will: also be opene ' "on Saturdays bet'we'en tlhe hours 6 p.m. 11r i.ahn,8 p.m. for the receipt.of deposits :;::, .Ghenques will not be ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE RUPERTSWOOD BATTERY. AN INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

'THE I RUPERTSWOOD BA-T tTERY. AN INTERESTING LETTER. One of the Rupertswood team that went home to represent Australian military skill in England, writing from Woolwich in a private letter, gives an interesting account of the presentation of the battery to the Queen : " We have been having very exciting times. On Tuesday (May 9) a telegram arrived at 2 a.m., saying that we were to go to Buckingham Palace at 11, as the Queen wished to see its. From Charing Gross railway station we were marched to the palace, crowds following, wondering what we were. At the palace gates there was a tremendous throng, and as we passed in they cheered us lustily. We were taken through all sorts of corridors and large halls decorated with Oriental china and statues, and on the walls Were very old pictures of ancient kings and soldiers. At last we were halted in a large hall, I and the Prince of Saxe-Weimar, and some dukes and lords, whose names It did not hear, walked all round us, and were introduced t...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. The fact of their being races"at Caul field in the afternoon, and favouring the wishes of the executive .of the V.A.T. Club, the run with this pack took place early on Saturday nmorning, thus enab:ing many followers to .hunt in the forenoon and attend the race afterwards. The meet being fixed at Maribyrnong gave many an opiportunity to be -present-who otherwise could not have pitt in an appearance had the fixture been far from town. The time fixed, 9 a.m., saw fully 60 horsemen awaiting the word to mlount. Mr A. McDougall led the way along the. road until nearing the Maribynong Racecourse gates where the scent being keen, the hounds hit off the line in a paddock adjoining the race course, and went a?way over -'several paddocks strongly fenced with post-and rail and stone walls. After proceeding for about a: mile in a southerlydirection they took a slight turn to the west, and went straight along the course of the Saltwater. River until Bra ybrook was reached. St...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1893. Before Messrs. Clarkson and J. Gellie, J.'sP.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

n SUNBURY POLICE COURT. d . n ` DNESDAY, 28TH JUNE, 1893. g Before Messrs. Clarkson, and J. Geihe, ,t J.'sP.) a LARCiNY. - John Griffen was charged by Molinted constable Wilson with the :larceny of D two fowls, valued at 5s, the property of Mr Patrick Sweeney, proprietor of the Sir~ John Franklin Hotel,- Macedon r street, Sunbury, the theft alleged to be committed on Sunday night, 18th inst. Accused answered to his bail. Mrs Mary Sweeney deposed :-I am wife to Mr Patrick Sweeney, proprietor of the Sir John Franklin Hotel, Sunbury, I remember, Monday;: the 19th inst. On the morning of that "day I went into the yard connected with the lhotel and found two fowvls' heads, the bodies of which were missing.' The heads produced were the same. I showed them to the people in the house, and remarked thiat the foxes must have killed them. I was asked if the.bodies were in the fowl-house, and replied in the negative. The palings were broke off the fence near the fowl-house, and marks of feet we...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MY FIRST POSE. HOW IT FEELS TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED FOR THE FIRST TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

TTMY PIEST.- PQOSE, How rai'FEELS"TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED ': -- bFORTHE FiST'TIMa. .. '"Not quite so soleinj:myl boy," the artist' said, after placing :the ,two cold Iron discs ofrthe -head-t'est :againist iny bumips of' ho ." " Solemn !!' I thought. Who wouldta't feel a olemri as an. owl after an unmerciful phot,. ,rapher had rammed two chunks of cold iron" gainst ' his newly-ciopped pate, and twvisted: his 'shoulders abiiut as he would those of a dummy: Indian ? "..Solemn :1" It seemed to me that a Chinese prisoner awaiting the headsan'~i i 'cutlass couldn't have piled more '. gloom into his benighted soul than I felt then., . He shuffled around his. camera and screwed and-adjusted the thing until he got the muzile .pointing square, at- me. He then asked me to smile.• I -didn't see anything funny, but I attempted it, though my features didn't 'seem to re-, spond readily.. My cheeks wouldn't rise "p in joyful .heaps asthey :were wont to lo.when I lsmiled from itnpulse. :They' :elt cold ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A Private Detective's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

; A Private Detetirv e' I Story. The Moreton Bank was a joint-stock' affair in the North of Engiand, with 'several branches. Each branch was under a: separate manager,: with big pay, good ?social position, arid liherty to do very much ash'e liked, for the Central Board of Directors had a great confidence in their mien, ' nd everything worked veryemoothly nin puccessfully. All the managers were men ,who had been from boys in the bank's employ, and were very well paid, and thought much of by the surrounding gentry. Well, business was slack, and I was sit ting in my little office one October day, when my head (and only) clerk showed in a visitor. This was Mr. Sherris. a solicitor of good standing in the city, much ýin favour with commercial men. I had had ,two or three things before from him. He was a man of few words, and liked mnen 'of the same sort. "Stanning," said he, "there's a thing in your line one of my country clients has consulted me about. You, I know, can keep your tongue ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 1 July 1893

FOOThSAL. A fotball in itch was played one Saturday at th* local ground between a. team of railway employes from Spencer- street and the Sunbury Senior repro-. sentatives. - The ground, although a little slippery, could not conscientiousl...... be complained of, while the weather was sulit:able for the occasion in every respect. In the fi-st pqarter, for a; slight period, the Sunbury lUmenI did not show superior form, failing to play the grme together systematically, anmt the general opinion was that t:,l visitors would '" run rings" roundl their" opponents. However, this idea was soon altered. for the oval was passed. to J. Rigg, who marked. ald[ with a capital kick sent it between the sticks amid the loud applause of the spectators, thus scoring first goal for Sunbury. Another was shortly afterwards placed to-the credit of th locals by George Hartley. who subsequently had a couple of good shots, but failed miserably. Meanwhile the Melbourneites were struggling manfully: to obtain ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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TO RENOVATE PLATE GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

- TO RENOVATE PLATE GLASS. Many people will be glad to know that it is possible to take the scratches out of plate glass when the scratches are slight, and the plate glass polished at the same time. Procure some of the finest flour emery, put it in a jug with water, stir vigor ously, and pour out into another jug after a second or two. The coarse particles will remain in the first jug. The contents of the second must be allowed to settle, which will take some hours; then run through filtering paper after removing the bulk of the water, and the precipitate is a powder which will remove the scratches Apply with the finger, a bit of good cork or felt. That will leave the glass cloudy, but the polish can be brought up by a paste ot jeweller's rouge and water, rubbed on with finger 'r cork as before. If very fine re sults are required, the rouge is washed like the emery, and only the impalpable powder employed. Our manners, our civilisation, and all the good things connected with manners...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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APPLES AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

APPLES AS FOOD. More attention is perhap: being given at the present time to the food value of fruits and other vegetable products, than at any other time since the days when Pytha goras preached vegetarianism at Krotoma. Eminent German chemists have recently been making a careful analysis of the apple, and pronounce it to be the most nutritious of all fruits. It is said to c ntain more phosphates than any other vegetable. While not adopting this theory. we are quite ready to recommend the apple as one of the very best of fruits, and well calcu lated to aid in maintaining good digestion, especially in persons of sedentary habit s. Not infrequently, persons whose atomachs are very delicate are able to digest ripe sweet or sub-acid apples without serious inconvenience, though unable to eat any other kind of fruit. The acid of the apple is excellent for persons who ';re chi onic sufferers from biliousness, though, singular at it may seem, it does not add to the acidity in cases of acid...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE HOME AND FIRESIDE OUR HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. HOW TO COOK MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

THE HOME AND FIRESIDE. OUR HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. HOW TO COOK MEAT. Meat to be in perfectioznshould be kept several days, if the weather will admit. Beef and mutton should be kept at Plast . week in cold weather, and poultry three or four days. It should be kept in a cool airy place, and if there is any danger of spoiling, a little salt should be rubbed over it. BOILING. The best way to boil meat is to put it into warm water, boil gently, as it har lens by furious boiling, and add one tablespoo:i of vinegar to make it tender. Take ,.ff all the scum as it rises. Sult when half done. Do not let it remain long in the water after it is done. ROASTING Have large fire, so it will extend six inches beyond the roaster. When your mear. is thin and tender have a smta!l brisk fire, but when you have a large roast a sir. nk fire, equally good in all parts. Al',.w ahout fifteen minutes to every pound of meart n warm weather, but in wmlutr twenty minutes. When the meat is neariy done, stir t:p tht fir...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

iHAIL XVAY TI'M 1 TABLE. r I ~Cfl~g( l) J 12.0 1 7.20b ultarc'iSnare h. )()I 12.31; .3.18 ¶.2 .KCheonr) ' 14 at*142.7 3 .2, Li'navton .. 1" *)9:' 1 19 .2 o ¶. - liar'ide ... .-P 1 2 -4 .40 Mrt ... 7 . - V I.3 ¶ ¶l'n Rned esd... 17.51ii25.1 i .11)' I Klineton ..r ... .; 1 ii t 8.12 -El h. I inst1 . ') 1.5'1 -9.27 .IaOlnil lit .. 7.30 1 .31 4.3 9-.4-t7 - Xh eCLOn J u _.. '3 ) ¶ r, 1 unet.j' arr. F7.39"4:1 )5i 9.157 1Riddlll cr 2( 5:2:3 .2 Ljuu efi 7.0 .i301 2 3 . ; 2 Sunbury' In') 10 :318 f .3214)3) D)oioerbs Rests ... ¶ . Sydtenh'iml I i ,." ¶ ¶ I ,' t Mibans ( '3.411 6. 5 10.48 'Bras bro k Jun 1.. Footscrai'es .31 ¶ 1 '1 Mliddlel 'tscrnr I ¶ ¶ ¶ N \Ielboune 10) :). 4.8 7.21l. Melbourne 0!5): ·i 4.. .').15 -, ¶ Steps when. requiire) , FI rBOUR\n K TO BENDrI o.^ a u1 palin pal p~m p m. ;.Ixlbournc 6 I I I '2'T 5.1 .. 7.1 N- MIdb~olune (;-l º 128 ` 1 Miiddl1"'tscrar § . § Foots' 'r N, V st .. § Bray bolJun... &,t \IbIans 74 1239 . 9 bydeoiliain - § *. 1)iggers ttst , §.... ... ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

A recent advertisement in a country paper rewad thus :-" For sale, a bull terrier dog, tro an old; Will at anything -r1 i oin 4tTllj it this er~dua He---" What makes you thiBk this is the milk train 7' She--Beºuse it bMstopped pto es for wtr,'

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

POSTAL NOTES. . Postal Notes may Ibe 1)tnained, and will be .payable at any Money Office in the Colion between the hours of 9 a.m., 1aa:l 8 p.m. on week (lays. Saturday excepted. On Saturday, between 10a.m., and noon. The following are the demoninations of the Notes that will be issued, and the pride charged for them : For a Pstal Note of 1 .. or Is. Gd. the poundage is ... ... ... Id For a Postal Note of as., 2s. Gd., 3s., Ss 6d.. 4s., or 4s. Gd., the pound age is ... ...d... ... Id For Postal Note of 5s. or 7s. Gd., the ipounduge is ... ... ... 2d For a 'Postal Note of 10 Os., 10 s. ,Gd., 15s., or 20s., the poundage is 3d The value of the Notes- has been so arranged thiat any sum of shillings and sixp'nces up to one lorniIl may be remitted b anot more than two of thesec, notes. Should it be desi.ed to, transrmit brokent sinus of ,pen:ce uno?litratel stamps, not excr.edinig in alue 5td., mlay be aflixe.l tot:-.e h::k: of ai notre And the amount of the nlote and the sttmps will bhe ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

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Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

OPEN FOR DELIVERY. The Post. Oflice will te open from. 9 a.tn. till 6 p.m. for' delivcry bf letters; newsplapers, a'id parcels. 'It will also ybe loyen for letter .delivery only from rafteri tlih?Arival 6of the 7.15 p.m. train til' 8 3() :. " Stamps obtained 'to 8 p.m. : The hours for registration of letters aire 9 a.in till 6 p.m. ;The telýgirdph portion of the office rill be open 'froiim 8 30 a.m. till 8 p.m. 'All teleranms must be written in ink. MoIey Order and Savings Bank business will he.tranascted from 10 a.m. tili 3 p. T.--n Saturdays :from 10 a.m. itill12 noon.. The Sa -igs ,Bak'k: ill also be open on S:iturdavs betwteeri the hours 6 p.m. arid 83p.m." for..the receipt of deposits only.. `'CGlieqiie1 will not he received in con nection with :~uiv of the above Offices.

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RANK NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 July 1893

BANK NONSENSE. Oh, for the thought that never was thought By the man who had never a brain ! And oh, for the pleasure that never was caught, By the man who had never known pain. And oh, for the actor who never denied That he never had made a success I And oh, for the athlete who never has tried To render the record still least And oh, for the dollar that never was spent By the man who was never dead broke 1 And OH, for. the maid who would never re* pent Of the word that she never yet spoke I

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