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FARM AND GARDEN. YARDING LAYING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

FARM AND GARDEN, YARDIN3 LAYING HENS. There are some advantages in having the laying fowls confined in yards. [t is true that, when they are so confined, the care of them is more laborious, a.nd they will seldom do quite as well as when at liberty. Being at liberty probably does not mean much of itself, but it often means the obtaining of articles necessary for the fowls' welfare which are not supplied in confinement. If one could provide for every want of the fowl, it is probable that it would lay as weil or nearly so, yarded as at liberty. But, allowing that the fowls do not lay quite so many eggs, still there are advantages in keeping them confined. They do less mis chief. They are not trespassing on one's neighbors, tramping down the grass in the meadow, or digging up the growing plant,, in the garden. The damage they thus do may not be great, but it is something, and the avoidance of it, as well as the peace of mind which is thus secured, is really worth consideration. Fewer eg...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO REMOVE STAINS FROM MATERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

TO REMOVE'STAINS FROM MATERIALS. Spots of iron-rust can be removed, but in many cases they are caused by careless and th'f.prk of removing them is double vhitn;wvilld have been required to prevent thei. On white or light dresses, white skiirts, ,aprrns, and. so on, the spots are oftenicu'sed.hy hanging on iron nails or hoqks,;abi,- hile it would take but a few minrtes' time to cover these with cloth or paper, it of ten takes considerable time and patience to remove the marks they leave. One of the best and easiest ways to remove iron-rust is to cover the spots with salt, and squeeze on enough lemon juice to thoroughly wet both salt and cloth, then lay in thA hot sunshine, or if the sun does not shine. 1y it over the register to the furnsc,, and the heat will do almost as well.. If a earient gets slightly scorched when ironing, lay. it in the sunshine, but if too badly scorched. for the sun to remove the spot then dip it in strong, hot borax water and hang it in the sun to dry, re pe...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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TO BE ATTRACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

TO BE 'ATTRACTIVE. Owing to the great charm of certain actually plain but bright women in society, and the fascinating and ennobling influence they have had on the intelligent portion of the men with whom they came in contact, the question is being discussed among men as to whether a plain women with brains is not very much more attractive than a beautiful nonentity. The most thoughtful mern are of the opinion that beauty alone burrs one; though one of Nature's best jif:s to women, it is only skin deep, ana' may . be worth its weight-but only itI veirht-in gold ; or it may even be an fli. ction, an?d, unrelieved by mental attrac t on, is often satiating. Who has not seen -sperately beautiful stupid faces Z--eyes ,nd. ips.that are enchanting until the charm ;s dissolved.with some idiotic conventional 'p`"ch, or, .worse still, a laugh, in itself charming, but discordant because inoppor Stne.. The trouble with many beautiful women is that they are so in love with their own tove'iness t...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE BURDEN OF CIVILIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

THE BURDEN OF CIVILIZATION, The editor of the Western Wind eat at his desk gloomily. By his side lay a re volver covered with dust, toward which he cast his eyes longingly, at intervals. " Man wants to see you, sir," said the office boy, disturbing his reverie. " What does he want 7" asked the editor, fiercely. "Don't know, sir." "Well, go back and see." In a minute or two the boy returned. -" Well ?" inquired the editor, laying his hand on his revolver. " I ast him what he wanted," said the boy. "Who is he?" qaeried the editor, staving off the critical question. "Says his name's Bill Buzzle, from Bear Waller, and he's got a gun with him." " Aha," and the editor showed signs of hopefulness. "Did he say he wanted to see theeditor ?" " That's what." "Well, show him up," and the editor braced himself for the encounter. Very shortly the boy returned with the visitor, a tall, fierce-looking man attired in rough, heavy clothes, who walked promptly up to the editor's desk. " Well, sir ?" s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ORIGINAL POETRY. WHAT WILL IT BE? OR THRENODIUM AGNOSTICUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

" . - OIRiMAL FOETRY;. Y ' WHAT .WILL IT -BE? on T IRDENODIUlM AGNOSTICUS. St: hen mortal eye no more shall see, The rising of the setting sun, " Oh; tell me then, what will it be YVhen life's fitful sands have run? Will the freed spirit wing its way High up empyrean steeps, Or will man's mind end its day' in oblivious silent deeps ? Oh, tell me then, what. will it.be This return to mother earth, ;, Shall the spirit mount to see S r. $right realms of celestial birth: ? _'. [s faith fancy ? Is hope a snare ? And shall death's resistless' wave Sweep us away in wild despair With no ray of hope beyond the grave 7 . Oh, tell:me then, what will it be, And -what is on that unseen shore, So far out. on that, mystic sea 'T: hat thought may not the way,explqre. O.h, what does wisdom bring to me, And what use is learning's store, . When we know not what-will be XTho' we search for hidden'lore. ... August Ruler of orbs sublime,: : Whirling on their rapid race, 'In them I read Thy will 'divine A...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

o BIGESTION BILIOU3 STOREKEEPEW All's Izejr Plls CU R E .A ADACHASD CmS ALL AND CHEM

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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HOW KATE WENT TO COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

HOW KATE WENT T: T COLLEGE. BY .1 FNNIE G. BAiLEY. ",. daughter, I should like to send you, but Robert muat havethe preferene d this time., -Why: should °on: care to go s to college.? You.bak'iiiid'wash dishes niow quite scientid aly ?" - r , Kate.had?;exected some such-answer;, but stiltshe conld not. bear-to think that -the happy school days she;and' Rob had ! so. longu spoeitt ;together b'must cease., c Besides, she had "ho1pId until now, that t her father, might, be able to, send, them both. Since he could not, however,. shei felt it right- that-: Rob "should': be -'the' favored oine ' .She finuished thle work in the bigi sunny kitcheri, then. went. to the old- i fashioned-:bookcase in. the sitting-room., SI'll have time," she- thought, " to comn pare the- tournament in Ivanhoe with the chariot race in Ben-Her." And soon the brown head was bent over the books, and she. bravely tried to forget. her disappointment in comparing the masterpieces of Scott and Wallace. It wa?~a bright...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

IMMIGRATION, Looking at the fine commodious shipsused in our day for the forwarding of immigrants, it is hardly possible to form a correct idea of the bad construction and awkward propor tions of an old merchantman carrying pas sengers a hundred, and even fifty years ago. A sea voyage was an enterprise requiring more than ordinary courage. A person crossing the Atlantic regularly, made his last will and provided for his family. A passen ger who safely returned was the wonder of his town. The first cabin of a London packet of a hundred years ago was not one whit more airy or comfortable than the steer age of a large steamer of these days. The lower deck of an emigrant vessel, as late as 1819, was no better than that of a slaver or coolie ship: the passengers wer'e $iist a ... crowded and just as little thought of as.those unfortunate beings from Africa or China. Five or six feet was an extraordinary height for a steerage deck ; the common height was from four to five feet, and the lo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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WONDERS OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

WONDERS OF TI-E SEA. The earth occupies three-fifths of the sar face of the earth. At the depth of about 3500 feet waves are not felt. The tempera ture is the same, varying only a trifle from the ice of the pole to the burning sun of the equator. A mile down the water has a pres sure of over a ton to the square inch. If a box six feet deep were filled with sea water and allowed to evaporate under the sun, there would be two inches of salt left on the bot tom. Taking the average depth of the ocean to be three miles, there would be a layer of pure salt 230 feet thick on the bed of the Atlantic. The water is colder at the bottom than at the surface. In the many bays on the coast of Norway the water often freezes at the bottom before it does above. Waves are often deceptive. To look at them in a storm one would think the water travelled. The water stays in the same place, but the motion goes on. Sometimes in storms these waves are forty feet high, and travel fifty miles an hour-more tha...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

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OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

OAKLAN JS J-lO U N l3S. During last week the members of this club enjoyed two days hunting. with. this pack,: when some very pleasant sport was obtained:. On Wednesday, which was devoted entirely` to live game, the _.meet..t was at Oakilatds Junction, s~hn a very large folluwing put. in an- apparaiice, the Master, MrI McDougall; being:iin: attendance. The country here is in splendid order, and most -favourable for hare-huntiug, The thO- of iwas in Qtmiberland :: here frares are plentif1l," so ?hat in a very little time a stout hare was afoot, and aster. a very "dodgy run nmanaged to escape: ,kr~otheri cast was made, ..and alnost immediately a jackl hire started up, with the pack in hot pursuit, and after. circling round Cuimberland and 'Woodlands eventually dodged south, and crossed the Bulla-road into ,Glengarra, and after a special run through the subdivision paddocks on this estate was run into and killed near the home stead avenue. - The .fences on. Glen gaCra are very high and ...

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THE FANCIER AND THE PRACTICAL POULTRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

THE FANCIER AND THiE PRACTICAL POULTRYMAN. Are the aims of the fancier and the prac tical poultryman necessarily antagomstic 7 The leading object of the first is the produc tion of the greatest beauty ; of the second the greatest utility. In the attempt to rea lise these objects, there is the temptation on the one to mate fowls very closely related, and sometimes those lacking in constitution; and on the part of the other to use fowls. however ugly they may appear, provided their utility has been demonstrated, But to the former temptation there is the check that he who sacrifices constitution very quickly defeats his own purposes; and to the latter that in shape, at least, the more elegant specimens of most varieties are the ones that prove to be the most useful. There certainly is no necessary:antagonism between the aims of the two, for the utility of fowls need not be less because they are beautiful in appearance. A handsome hen will lay as many eggs as a homely one, and a beautif...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

.., COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MA.RKETSN.' GRAIN AND CHAFF REPaTS. Messrs H. E. Love and?OCq.i6,266 Bourke-street, report :-Wh leat, good milling; 3/-:; Oats, clean heavy milling lines, 2/3 to 2?:4 ; stout feed, 2 to 2/3; thin and dry to mediumi ,i94'to' 2/-;. fair feed, Algerian, 1/8 to 1/10 ; clean plump, Algerian, 1/11 to 2/- ; Tartarian feed, to 2/2. Peas;,2 S5to 2/6. Chaff, prime green well cut samples, £2/12/6 to. £2/15 ; good description of feed, £ .27/6 to £2/1 ? off qualities, £2 to £2/S. "New an~ secondhand bran bags and chaff sacks supplied at lowest current rates. lMessrs Dalgety and Co., Limited report (18th July) :-At our usual weekly grain sale to-day we submitted to a large attendance of. the trade a cata oguie cohtaining about 2500 bags (various descriptions). Competition was tainiated; aid' we succeeded in clearing the . whole catalogue. Wheat, prime milling; j11 to 3 - ; medium. 2'9 to 2/101. Screenings, 1/8, Pollard. 9',d. Maize, old red, 3/3. Oats: Prine stout, 2/3 t...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST SOMEBODYS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

ITEdMS OF INTEREST SOMEBODYS MrOTHElt, The woman was old und ragged and gray ' And bent with the chill of a winter's day; j The streets were white with a recent snow,\ And the woman's feet with age were slow. At the crowded crossing she waited long, Jostled aside by the caroles throng , - Of human beings who paused her by, - Unheeding the glance of her anxious eye, Down the street with laughter and shout, Glad in the freedom of " school let out," Come happy boys, like a flock of sheep, } Hailing the snow piled white and deep; Past the woman so old and gray, Hastened the children on their way. None offered a helping hand to her, So weak and timid, afraid to stir, Lest the carriage wheels or the horses' feet Should trample her down in the slipperystreoe At last came out of the merry troop The gayest boy of all the group ; He paused beside her and whispered Iow.: " I'll help you across, if you wish to go." Her aged hand on his strong young arm She placed, and so without hurt or harm He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

Many of the greatest minds of the world have been upon the ocean, but how few great thoughts have been conceived at sea. Men of the highest genius seem to be transformed as soon as they get at a distance from land in a rolling vessel. There is an inlt?ility to con trol the mind while at sel, :a. dlic::d:in con centrating the attention on the t:c k of even writing in one's diary, o'r rcan ~l: venn the most trifling fiction. T-' his n rience the best disciplined minds ar: no?":r?. .When at home, on land, they can, witiiout iriction or disturbance, carry on mental c-?ations, oven while many are ?i:?: : r :. about them; their faculties :rc ~ a .. i that they obey the word of at sea they can do nothin? iih th :I ' Were it not for the :imlo N t, c ?..,1.ng the intellectual fo grl,, A : : Voage wotuld h e bie 't: c, .-..i: t ose who wis'eh to tih:`., " lL- t it is obS-rvcd by m?.y i:t : ,: is of the tui i.t d. t ' The flower that bl 1n in ' <1%! They bloom in the mtAii: , ::-,, ...

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ONLY A LITTLE LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

ONLY A LITTLE LESSON. It was just a little lesson, that was all, but it went right to the spot. He, stopped a moment on his way home to look in, a florist's window, and the florist, who saw him, asked him inside to see something extra fine. " You. don't buy any more flowers now 7" said the florist. " No," was the response, given good naturedly, though it was brief, " And it used to be, a year ago or more, that roses and. violets and carnations and all sorts were a great attraction to you ?" " Yes; I had a sweetheart then," and the man blushed and laughed. " You used to take her a flower every time you went to see her, didn't you ?" pursued the inquisitive kindly old florist. "Yes." "And they didn't cost very much, as a rule, did they?". " Oh, no, but that didn't make any differ enze.to. her.. If :I brought them, fresh and fragrant, that was enough." " Why don't, you take them to her now ? Did she choose another in your stead 7"' and the florist's voice w.s? , -I.: . t' Oh, no, I mar...

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FASHION ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

FASHION ITEMSv Now for some fashions. First as to tht hats and bonnets. They are so diff -relit it is difficult to pick out one whirh is really the style. Those quaint, caiscurttle bonudrs worn in 1830 are once more to L.e seen. 1 Others have crowns justilike jam pots upside down. So have some of the bats: Velvet is much worn, and feathers always look -nice in winter. A- pretty hat is of a useful shape. It .is of plain black straw-this is very 1 fashionable, especially with black velvet _ strings from the back, tying under the chin. The bow is of red velvet, with; a black I buckle, and the feather is dark red. Thei hair is dressed in the ugly new ' bun' style. Petunia-red, magenta and purple of all shades, are the farhionable c;lnrs just now. A charming suit for a littic, girl is mane in dark gre"n cloth lined with red, has two frills of the green, pinked out at the edge round the pretty little cape and round the skirt of the coat. This is made in two pieces, the body and skirt bein...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. T nRs8,Y, tJ.ULY 20, 1893, The ordinary, monthly meeting of the Bulls Snhire' Council was held at thle Shire Hall, BWilla, on.20th inst. There were "preseat :-Crs: Gellie (Presidien in the chair), MeDdtin all, Evaii, Sectarei -McAuliffe anFd!Mr DaiMel; Sliih Secre tary' and Engifieer;. '.I: A\UTES. " . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. I COnRESPONDENCO?"'"... ' i 'iim P. Murphy, Digger's Rest, to the iffect that the repairs to chalnnel at 13ra lley's Bridge are finished .and re '1uefsing Jnspec ion:-Attended. to. 'Firm C. Whlelai, Bulla, stating tlaht owing. to the bad state of the weather; he was unable to -finish the contract on the Qaklands Road. Received . From Sllireof Narraean; witl ,reard' o 'the prioposal to amend th. Factories, .ct, and soliciting co-operation,-: $ upport given, t riom Shire qf Blfast, requestin co operation in an ;endeavor to seecuire a "imncti-needed aniend'nient of the'Water Act., 1890.-Received. -Fi orn .G...

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A GROTESQUE FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

A GROTESQUE FASHORN.--At this Itime, when so6much is being said agaiit'rrinoline, : it is interestingto remembarthst for nearly 1 twenty years the cage of steel' ruled the: feminine world, .espite the- despairing pro-. teat" raised; aganint it : by thepress and society.. In I"id e first, hoopekirt ap peared i anrnes. Ig.was dstpgne4l asa-asup?. poit for...tihe voluminous, desyes .thei in vogue, ani expnded frieely't athesides. Ins 1860 the skirt changedits f?rmafroim.that of: a bell'to that of a's until, ih ia.gave it-' if possiblk?- still `more hideoud 6ffect: Two:. - years later it todk o ewr horror., protiuding, only 'sl.ghtly in' front, -but extravaganitlyi behind. It containedl not only thirty-seven. horizontal hoops, but also ,eight vertical -steel supports, so that its wearer ?st down with: 'diff?eiulty. This form remained ian" genieral use unitil 1867. It was very difficult, 'to walk gracefully in such a contrivance,. • and many "were the dn;dPers lurking 'in its' wearer's p...

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THE RECEPTION OF THE ARTILLERY MEN. A PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 22 July 1893

THE RECEPTION OF THE AR TILiERY MEN. 'A PUBLIC MIEETING. : A public meeting, for the puirpose of considering the expediency of giv\in the members of the Rupcrtswood Half Battery,, who journeyed to England to engage in tihe military tournament tlhete, a reception on theirarrival at'Sunburyi was held in the Mechanics' .Hall on Wednesday evenling.. The:attendance, .considering, the incleniency of the weather, was good. Mr JIust jias voted to the chair. Thie chairman briefly explained the object of the meeting, and S'iid it -was to give the ýallants whp were successful in the recent touninament t aEn land anid Irelaqnd lie:ty receptipon (Hear, hear. Mir lW. A'Eadie iove? tha't a ball ,aind sip per .be. I in mthe Mecqmnics' Hall, Suibury, to these iembers of the Rupertswoqd: Half Bittery on' their return.. . ?Mr .f. Aansey secbnded.the motion, and eulogised them'inibers~of the bhattery who were in England: Sergeant Maijor; c.1/bs)te intimated ) that the battery had. arra?ingedlc a month ...

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