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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]GRASS LAND VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] GRASS LAND VALUATION. (TO TIE EDITOR OF TIE SUN?URY NEWS). SiR,--In reply to "-IRatepayer," re the above, I, in a casual way, did say that the valuation was too high (and am still of that opinion), but never inti mated in any respect that I was, going to have it redriced, or do I intend to do so: A: valuator is appointed by the council. and it is left entirely to his own discretion in that respect. As I am likely to have to contest the seat again, which I don't think justice to me, as it means thrice during twelve months. However, whoever comes out I will ac company them. Further, I have not the least hesitation in saying such reports have been made by an inconsistant and unprincipled person to injure my pros pects at the forthcoming election, and I trust that every ratepayer will use his or her own judgment and not allow idle talk to alter their opinion.-l am, yours, etc., ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CONVEYING SPECIE ON BOARD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

CONVEYING SPECIE ON BOARD SHIP. From America (Pays a writer in Cassel's Saturday Journal) the shipments of specie are at times very heavy. "One vessel brought over nearly £1,000,000 worth not long ago. The gold comes in kegs, each, of which contains £10,000 in coin or bar. When money is sent it takes the form of double eagles, packed in ctnvas bags. One hundred and twenty-fire of these coins equal to £1,COO-fill a bag; ten bags go to the keg. .To guard against these valuable packages being sampled four holes are bored in the rim of the stave that projects above the head, red tape is raun through these so that the ends meet in the centre, and then they are fastened there with wax, which is duly sealed. ' The strong-room is usually amidships, the safest part of the vessel,' said a captain, 'and I do.?bt whether yoa could find it if you trie,.' The wal s, floor, and ceiling are marle r,f steel plaies, riveted to gethr, atd the door is' like the door of a Rafe, with two patent lever loc...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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INFLUENCE OF MARRIAGE ON LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

INVFLUENCE OF MARRIAGE ON LONGEVITY. M. Bertillon read before the Academy of Medicine a paper on the relative influence of marriage and celibacy, based on statistical returns derived from France, Belgium, and Holland. In France, taking the ten years 1857-66, he found that in 1000 persons aged from 25 to 30, 4 deaths occurred in the mar ried, 10"4 in the unmarried, and 22 in widowers; in females at the same age the mortality among the married and unmar ried was the same-9 per 1000, while in widows it was 17. In persons aged from 30 to 35, the mortality among men was, for the married 11 per 1000, for the unmarried 5, and for widowers 19 per 1000 ; among women, for the married 5, for the unmarried 10, and for widows 15 per 1000. There appears to be a general agreement of these results of marriage in Belgium and Holland, as well as in France.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FASHION ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

FASHION ITEMS Bonnets and hats partake of the universal indecision of the day. All styles are allowed, all fashionable, except, perhaps, the peaked high-crowned hat so popular some years back-that severe-looking hat that made the wearer appear so much like business as she went about in her tightly-fitting, tailor-made gown. As a rule crowns are low, though the brims may be as wide and as uneven as the wearer fancies. One of the most charmint I bonnets-we think it may be called a bonne -which has just appeared, is of black tulle moderate crown, with quite a poke and is bent rather to a point over the forehead, and faced all round with tiny forget-me note, a cluster of the same trimming and crown. Another is of yellow straw, with crown of violet silk, and a wreath of violets is worn round the forehead. We give this as one of the fashions, as we must chronicle them, and it may be liked by many of our readers; but, till the eyes becomes more accustomed to the style, it has a hard look. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A QUESTION OF NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

A QUESTION OF NATIONALITY, Br AN AMERICAN IN LONDON. I C I claim that an American-made watch C beats the world. It is constructed al most entirely by delicate and accurate machinery, and when you get a machine a to do a thing it always does it the same ti way, and if our machine-made watch t will keep good time the chances are that a all other watches turned out at the same k time from the same machinery will also 1 be good. Hand-made watches may be all right, but they also may be in- h different and they may be bad. Thus h it is that I carry an American-male , watch. The other day the mainspring snapped and the watch died temporarily; its o heart stopped beating and its soul departed. I could not help . thinking how superior the watch is to its maker- i man. When his main spring breaks Idol. won't set him right again. I took my watch to a leading jeweller in London and be put in a new main spring for me. The man in the shop was a dignified, impressive-looking man, i almost as conse...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MAGNIFICENCE OF THE RUSSIAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

MAGNIFICENCE OF THE RUS. SIAN COURT. As you approach the state drawing room of the Princess Dagmar, of Den mark, Empress of all the Russias, you perceive that the doors, thickly overlaid with gold, are also encrusted with jewels, : great emeralds uncut, amethyst, topaz, and torquoise glitter in the brilliantly. lighted corridors. At the door you pause, dazzled with the gleam of thirty thousand candles set in crystal, and be neath them, before the golden throne, blazes the beautiful woman, sister to the Princess of Wales, who holds her own amid all these splendours with the simple dignity of the Cinderella Princess who made her own bonnet in the little king dom by the sea. Her robes are stiff with diamonds, and the strands of price less pearls, with their great pear-shaped pendants fall like a network nearly to her feet. Scarcely an inch of textile fabric can be seen, for the entire train is covered wkh embroidery in gold and pearls and lined with Russian sable. The imperial treasure...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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AMUSEMENT FOR LITERARY HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

AMUSEMENT FOR LITERARY HOMES. An English newspaper contained the announcement that " Mr. - is building a house at \V--that will be just the place for a man of literary tastes. Around the fireplace, instead of tiles, he will have set the electrotype plates of his first book. It was printed when he was sixteen." What an idea ! What a wealth of pos sibilities it calls up! Literary people who have hitherto been too pcnr to follow.. the vagaries of fashion in decoratfi-i--can now afford to be abreast of the times. Even the millionaire will have to stand back when this new. fashion begins to prevail, unless some of the family can produce a literary masterpiece and have it cast upon plates "more lasting than brass." It will be only a matter of time when we shall read paragraphs like this " Last night at a dinner given by Mr. X., the celebrated writer of short stories, the name of each guest, instead of being an an ordinary square card, was painted on the back of an editor's 'Declined with ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS, OR Love's Devotion. CHAPTER V. SHIELEY DESIRES TO FIND EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

QUEEN, OFf HEARTS, Love's Devotion. Br MRS G, SHELDON. CHAPTER V. sHIRLEY DESIRES TO FIND EMIPLOYMENT. Clifton Vining seemed suddenly and en tirely: changed from the fast, :reckless, society-loving young man that he,.had hitherto been. He ,gave strict attention to his busi-. ness, and showed himself so interqeted. in his-work that.Mr Norwood was both sur prised and' delighted, and wondered ?that Mr `Vining had not long ago been able to. disovere the strong, promising traits in his son's character. He did 'niio, however, feel quite coinfort able about :entering - into: business' re lations with him, without consulting his fath~er, for he did-not:wish to create any unkind-feeling between the; families, and so desired to. have the situation thoroughly understocd. ' V. Consequently, one morning, shortly after ,engaging Clifton, he sought Mr YVin ingLin his office, and gave him an account of jeust how matters stood, although he re-?, frained from "going into all the, details whichif.Cft?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

Genai': ?hfoimation.: : STAMP DUTY ACT. BILL .OF EXCHANGE. Sill of Exchauge 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 amuount or value, and also for any fractional part of,£50 of such amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange patyable on demand charge able with same duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Enlbossed-stamupsmust be used,which may be obtained at all Post Owces.) EXEMPTION. S. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in 1 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' payment 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 on lii behalf. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

.ve~ry Desgripionof. JOB PRINTING G':,: j XI IxTCUTHD CAILBFULL ;, AND .ý` ' _ tTB_ D183P TCH. 7;1 ** -.** oJ !; ::.t'.: Fus.. .. AL INTERESTING LETTER :" raOI i A as,-ranowt-:i . ::PECIA LIS T. S R' ,JAMES .D. ,LLEWiI.LYN, who Is! dl?i I Qualifed and htrffiirt.red by the : Vedical i'iaads -of Viet-,ria arnd New South WVales; Is aware that: -by: departing-.. from . the usun) routinh of preastice and d.:yvtiig hiniirelf excludsvely'to sepecial brach',- wh.chh he has' done for 'onie. tine. he .is not Sstrictly following the path- of prfe'isiotiil etiquette; but. as a conSiderabrle body of thL professiou are -still tdisposed. to- stand coldhi aliof fr.m anyone of, their Saunber .who ac?tutrea ii culatith-ri.. the treattuent of -'ertaiuailhnrnts and is really i Medjical 8pecialistbe dues not -hesitate to re rt"to- what he consider.: - Iegitimate uice:rs for the purposreof dlsatirningoy-..ical • enticism, and of encaging as far as he is abile-the con fAdenice of the public. It is assured...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

NEWS AND NOTES. A correspondent writes :-- Some body has naively said that "a little pleasure now and then is relished by the wisest men." This is, in truth, a Seality, but some there are who, in quest of it, meet with certain difficulties: This was ludicrously exemplified on Friday, evening 7th inst., by one portion of a surprise party who wended its ways through pitfalls, over rocks and creeks, by the aid of a lamp. Arrived at the hospitable home, all our troubles were forgotten in the cheeeful faces of our hosts, and the very generous welcome for all. Though a surprise party, yet most willing hands soon had a spacious room fully prepared and tastefully decorated. Everything went on then "merry as a marriage bell" After partaking of light refreshments, the company repaired to the dance-room, and operations began immediately. At 12 o'clock an ample supper was pro vided, and when full justice had been done to this pleasing part of the night's entertainment, the party were regaled wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

,BusineSs. :isBUPPoRT LOCAL -TRADESMEN ~WHEN YOU CAN. *-4~i > i , i . . ... . .. .r c---c. ,~ T : ' . " ;- . " " 1 ' ? _'.?.·..... . . ·.- ..... . " K_... ?. ., Published every Saturday. . -Iej; ~~~ ~ - I q~;; c It is the leading advertising Itledium of J SU~RROUNDING DISTRICT, [- .-,LARGELY CIROULATE'D IN THE ELECTOR4TE J ·4I ". I .. -or-ro -'e" *The Proprietors , "?.OOLICIT the patronage of the Districts through which the I ,, -IRCULATES, and beg to in . timate that all orders for RINTING entrusted to us are :[executed in good style, at moderate rates, and with despatch. .,. -ANCY and Plain Printing in $ all Colors of Paper and Ink. • UCTION Bills & Posters in all Colors of the Rainbow. RTISTIC Work. in Gold, 8r r Ir?? Silver or Bronze - • ? ··;~ .,: .. : s ·. =-. , Esf ati1 and repe : . .· -.:i .: .i '; .?-: , i"?''?'?f''i-':'':-: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ;- ...''' ....:' .. ".. ? .?? - ~ - ' Aroyrczm9m· : fUlly SUbmit that you carrnot help your, district's progress. better ?han by...

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RICHARD SINCLAIR BRODIE. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

RICHARD SINCLAIR BRODIE. [BY ISAAC JIAT'Yj1. - CHAPTER VII. Looking up from the newspaper I was reading. I said carelessly, " Dick son, if a fat pig sells for thi ty shillings. what will a bag of potatoes cost ?" He took the bait like a fish. You will find slate and pencil hanging on the wall, laking his preparations, he asked, how is it done? I replied by the rule of t three. Simple or inverse ? was his aext query. I answered, you can do ;he same either way. He then began ,iphering for dear life, muttering to iimself fat pig, bag of potatoes. and I watched him intently from behind the ,aper that I was pretending to read. Xt last he gave up the job in despair, ixclaiming, "I can't do it," upon which [ burst out laughing, and said, " You 'ool, no man can, for the thing is only t i catch.". Those years, Brodie went on, Purves had a very fine thoroughbred y stud horse named Burgundy. Purves r arried on a mercantile business in town. Well, Burgundy took ill and died. and is there were n...

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ROMSEY IMPERIALS V. SUNBURY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

ROMSEY IMPERIALS V. SUN BURY JUNIORS. " The aliove teams had a corrobboree in a regular. sea of water at Lancefield Junction on Saturday last, which event uated in a victory for 'the " Imps" by 5 goals 5 behinds to 2 goals 5 behinds. The play was of a very rough-and-tumble description, and very little special merit, or merit of any kin-I, was shown on either side; the ground being in such a sloppy condition. Some good play on the part 5f'Geo. Hartley was, however, noticeable, and Hannah, from Romsey, proved.hiiffself a-bit superior in marking and goal kicking, indeed we can safely say that he secured the win for the Romsey boys, - A match between the Sunbury seniors and twenty-five of the Sunbury juniors will be played on the local ground to day. This is the second time these clubs have met this 'season. The former event finished up in a victory for-' the seiniors. The youngsters secured 1 goal 4 behinds against -.their opponents'- ' goals 5 behinds.

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THE COLONIAL MILITARY TEAMS IN ENGLAND. A GREAT DISPLAY OF ENTHUSIASM. LONDON, JUNE 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

THE COLONIAL MILITARY TEAjvIS IN ENGLAND. A GREAT DISPLAY OF ENTHUSIASM. [BY THE LAST MAIL], LONDON, JUNE 9TH. Yesterday was the last day of the military tournament, and last night the leave-taking of the teams by their mili tary friends and a London audience was one which will live long in their memories. The Artillery gave their driving display before fully ten thousand persons. They were cheered from the moment they galloped into the arena until they galloped out of it. Such cheering, remarkable alike for its spontaneity and enthusiasm, is seldom heard except from an audience in thorough sympathy with the object which has drawn it together. The men were next formed up in. front of the Royal box, and the silver cups which they had won in the driving competitions were handed to them by the wife of Colonel Onslow, military commandant. Each man returns home with a cup, and there are cups also for Major U ughes and Lieutenant Ryan. After this the team was paraded at the officers' quar...

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THE CHILD AND THE TRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

THE CHILD AND THE TRAMP. These lines are supposed to be addressed by a well-to-do child to a tramp outside the window : It's not so nice here as it looks, With china that keeps breaking so ; And five of Mr Tennyson's books, Too fine to look in-is it though. It you just had to sit here-well, In satin chairs too blue to touch, And look at flowers too sweet to smell In vases-would you like it much ? Then you can sit on rocks, you see, And walk about in water, too, Because you have no shoes. Dear me, How many things they let you do. Then you can sleep out in the shade All day, I guess, and all night, too ; Because, you know. you're not afraid Of other fellows just like you. You have no house like this, you know, Where mamma's cross and ladies call; You have the world to live in, though, And that's the prettiest place of all.

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

WIT AND HUMOUR. --------_.__ _. "It seems to me that I have seen your taoe before." "Quite likely. That's where I carry it."' . Miss Flyppe: " Do you think a woman is ever justified in swearing ?" Mrs. Watts : " Not if she is single." "I see your servants wear cockades now, Mice Shoddson." " Yes. Pa's just become a member of the Army and Navy Stores." First village gossip : "Do you believe that awful story they are telling about Miss Prim ?" Second village gossip: " Yes. What is it ?" Helen: " Mamma, what is a casus belli ?" " My child, never speak of anything so in delicate. It is the Latin for stomach-ache." The lady barber (mariried, to husband, whose throat she is in the act of shaving): "And you will give me that new bonnet, won't you, John ?" Cauntry Rector: " I haven't seen you at *a ~ lately." Old woman: " No, sir, I heaera as how it was very unhealthful to sleep in the daytime." Bollum: " How do "you manage to make your home happy ?" Jolly : " Oh, I let my wife have her own...

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SPARROW SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

SPARROW SHOOTING. Sparrow shooting was the order of   the day at the Monmouthshire Hotel, Digger's -Rest, last Saturday. There were, however, insufficient nominations for the gun which was to have been shot for, but those who put in an appearance had a very enjoyable afternoon's sweep shooting. Mr Bowie supplied the birds, and a trimming lot they were. Of course Mr Bowie is favored for supply ing first-class birds. Some of them who faced the traps shot-with bad luck, their birds falling just outside the boundary. Mr M'Pherson was very unfortunate, as, in discharging his gun at a sparrow in the first sweep, the heavy recoil caused the gun to break just beneath the hammer. The shootists present were very sorry for:'"Mac" (as   he is better known), for he is always ready to assist anything in the sporting line, as well as being the genial host of the Lancefield Junction Hotel. a word of praise is due to the Lanceffelkb Junction shooters for their kindness in b...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1893. (Before Mr O'Meara, P.M., and Messrs. M'Mahon and Clarkson, J.'sP.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

BUNBURY POLICE GOURT. W?I? nasYsa , JULY 12, 1893. (Before Mr O'Meara, P.M.,'and Messrs. M'Mahonh and Clarkson, J'sP.). DEBT. Mrs Mary Fanning, of Evan street, &anbury, sued George. Joliffe for £2 5s for house rent. The defendant put in a set-off for little more than the amount claimed. Mr O]'?eara--Has notice been given (of this set-off ? Defendant--Notice of the set-off has been given to the plaintiff. Mr O'Meara--But has notice been given to.this court ? Mr Williams (Clerk of Courts)--The ~ourt has received no notice of the set 'off. Mr O'Meara-Well, the set-off is Still, then ? Mr Williams-Yes. Plaintiff said the set-off had nothing: to do with her. Her husband was 'responsible for the debt. Mr O'Meara-Are you willing to admit the set-off? Plaintiff-Yes. r _r O'Meara-Very well. TPlaintiff deposed to renting the house to defendant, and produced the _greement. Defendant took possession on Monday, 13th March, and retained it until Monday, 3rd April, bat neglected to pay the...

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FOOTBALL. BULLA V. BROADMEADOWS. ROUGH PLAY PROMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 July 1893

FOOTBALL BULLA V BROADMEADOWS. ROUGH PLAY PROMINENT. The Broadmeadows Football Club journeyed to Bulla on Saturday last to try conclusions with a team representing that place. The skipper of the home team, C. Whelan, had mustered the strangest team procurable, J. Kingshott who captained the visitors doing likewise, as a great struggle was anticipated. In the first match which was contested at the "Meadows" Bulla were not satisfied with the defeat they were subject to so had been practising as siduously, while Broadmeadows were equally confident of coming out success ful. The visitors won the toss and elected to take the advantage of a strong wind that prevailed throughout the game. Immediately on the bounce of the ball Bulla rushed it to the Meadows end and kept it there for nearly all the first quarter. The visitors made the play extremely rough from the start, and as the ground was one mass of waterholes, the appearance of the players at quarter time can be better imagined than de...

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