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GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORTS. Messrs Dalgety and Co., Limited report (2nd August) :-At our usual weekly grain sale to-day we submitted to a large attendance of the trade a cats logue containing about 2500 bags (various descriptions). Competition was animated, and we succeeded in clearing the whole catalogue. Wheat, prime nnlling, 2/11k to 31- ; medium, 2/9 to 2!10J. Screenings, 1/8, Pollard, 9Pd. Maize, old red, 3/3. Oats: Prime stout, 2/3 to 2/4 ; medium, 2/1 to 2/3: Algerian feed, 110 to 111 ; millipg, 2/- to 2/1 ; Danish, 2/1j. Barle) (weevlly), 8/-.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE GRAVE ON THE PLATTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

THE GRAVE ON THE PLATTE. On the north. fork of the Platte River, with the.. blue mountains of Colorado in sight to the,west, we made. camp one after noon at an earlier hour than usual. By and by, in our knocking around for firewood, one of the men brought in a piece of board, which wus rotted at one end,.as if it had.been in the girond. " Whar'd ye git it ?" queried Old Bill, who. was by .aUll olds the roughest, toughest anf most uncouth man in the party, and whom no man had ever heard speak a kind word to i.any living thing. "Over there," was the reply, as the man addressed pointed over his shoulder. s-ome ot us followed Old Bill to the spot. There was a grave there-the grave of a child. -We found it only after the dead grass and weeds of a dozen winters per. haps, had been clc red away. The board tid istood at its hiea` once-how long ago it was, placed there no. one could say. Some emigrant train had halted just here, and here some emigrant's child had breathed :ite, last.- They h...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the pinions expressed by our correspondents.] BULLA SHIRE VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the .pinions expressed by our correspondents.] BULLA SHIRE VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) Sin,-Although not bound to do so. I will satisfy some of your readers in giving an answer to " Justice's" letter of the 29th ultimo. as it has not yet dawned upon his giant intellect to see the point. The valuator is paid purposely for making the shire valua tions, which may be amended by the shire council, My reason for not seconding Councillor Starkie's amend ment to. let the valuation stand as fixed by the valuator was that at that-meeting the majority of the councillors voted for a reduction of the valuation, and any man with a grain of sense must know that men would never be so imbecile as to turn round and .immediately vote against what they had voted for a few minutes previously. -loping. that ",Justice" (sic) will be satisfied with this reply, and that future querists will be manly enough to sign their names...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

NEWS- AN.D NO'TES. The ordinary monthly neetinroffthe West Bourke Agrict vl.- Society will be held at the Shire tntsey,, tiis. afternoon. . - - The ordinarymonth ly meeting of the Gisborne Shire' Council willbe held ora Mondiy afteErnoon. at the Shire lail,. Gisborne. The Board of works on Thursoray ac cepted the tender "f R. II. Roberts. Jun at £1,405 2s &d, for the constr ati w of a storage reservoir at the new lunatic asylum, Sunbury.. Two masses.will be celebrated at St Mary's Roman Catholic Church to morrow nrining, one at 9 o'clock andl; the other at Ii o'clock. Mr Robert Carstairs Bell, of W'nod: Ianls, has beeti elected a nmhmberof the Bulla Shire"; C.imncil rice Mr Arthur fit!I on.deeeas:tL_.. . MrB 11 was the only one nominated and therefore had v walk over. A meeting was held at M Pherrson's LancefiekM- Roai Hotel on Saturday evening. for the purpose of forming a committee and electing a srcretary im connection withthe Lawe'6eld Junctiom Annual Social. Mr McPheaso...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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OF INTEREST TO LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

OF INTEREST TO LADIS.Z . UrToN BROTH.-Take: one ori two ednnds of the byt end of the neck of mut ton, weighed aPir it has been most carefuiy freed: from all fat and akin. .Out the meat up amall, anid pat it, with the bones, into a saucepan, with one pint of cold water to each p.ound.' Cover the sauepoan closely, put it on a cl ar fire, and bring it quickly to the boil. Then take off the cover, and let it continue boilinri for 20 miutes, carefully removing any saum that. may rise. -At the end if the 20 miniutes take the saucepan off the -:fire, and strain the broth ncarefully through a clean cloth into a basin. If to be served at once remove any grease that may aboW itself with `i piece of clean blotting ipaper. What is not wanted immediately .should be allowed' to get cold and then slrimmed. No rit nr pepper should be added until serving; inde; 3, in mo;t cases it is boast iior to puit any into the broth, but to serve them on the tray. B~ai&c .,MAGE.-Use ..four dessert spoon...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE OLD CROSSCUT SAW CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

THE OL2 E) ROSSC~UT- SAW 19Y IS9AAC itATiYjJ4 Now he r a des cption- th e sweeping fraud, because this he, she;lor it, was a veritable sweeper, being fully tine feet long. Perhaps that very sapent feature Was )ointeitl out to the buyer; bb the Seller with the usual expenditure of eu;logistic blarney. Dad beingh a really rofiient mathematician, in tohqtt Case wroel take it for granted ethat the longer the sweep the deepeiuth4o cut would be. The teeth of this pholy affair slanted off at an angle fl forty five degrees, or more defintely ;sjeak inlg, like those of the couinon bhand saw, bar that they were six times larger, Here I have to observe, in horsey phrase, that I am getting warled to the saddle, and consequently hncgination will gallop hotfeot as long ar possible after the theme. It wauld dnesribe this saw the greatest crime of .fartia Batey'i life if it could be done llith any logical hacking up. but, as it dlanrbot be done, I must content myselfiti suing it was the very worst ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SOCIAL AT DIGGER'S REST [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

SOCIAL AT DIGGER'S REST d FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] I Thursday. a . A social took place in the Digger's ca Rest state school on Frida) night, w 28th ult., and was well attended, about ii forty couples being present. all of whom fr appeared in right god humnor, and in-s dulged in the 'light fantastic" with tr great spirit to the strains of a violin d and cornet. Thile roman was tastefully lE decorated with flowers, evergreens, and n C hinese lanterns. 'L'be committee are o to be congratulated for their go<xl a fortune by having such splendid weather w for the occasion, us the forecast during tl the early part of the week did not look I very encouraging. A heavy leaden a sky. with intermittent showers and high winds were the predominating features, st causing many of the knowing ones b when scanoinig the elements to give tl their heads an oninoaus shake, which o evidently forbode no good fir the c coming future. Hoxever, suich was ti not the case, as the clerk of the wea...

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 — 5 August 1893

KRAILIWAY TIME TABLE. BRXDIG0 TO 3NT.ROTr. Kt. 3 aJ S a.. p.m.p .I .. p.m. Sendigo .., 6.10 12.0 ..15 7.20 Golden Square ... f.1S12.8 .1 X 7.28 ýKanarno Flat, .. 16.17 12.7 3.22 Rarrienwood ... I 12.26 ¶ Harcourt ..... 6.5012.40 8.55 te'ne arr. ... 7.0 1.50 4.5 8.5 Cte'ae .. 7.5 d12.55 4.10 8.10 Chewton- .. ... 17.14 1.4 4.20 8.22 E1phinstone ... 7.29 1.19 4.35 ¶ Taradlae ... 7.34 1.25 4.41 8.47 Malmsbury. ... 7.43 1.35 4.52 8.57 'Redesdalo Jun ... ¶ 6 veton arr. ... 7.50 1.51 5.8 9.12 Kyneton E 927 K dep. 6.158.15 2.6 5.23 9.27 Uarlsruhe 6.28 ... 2.13 5.50 W oodend 7.0 8.30 2.22 5.38 9.42 Macedon 7.13 8.40 2.33 5.50 ¶ Gishorne 7.24 ... 2.41 5,55 9.57 Riddell's Creek 7.86 ... 2.53 6.6 ¶ Laneefildd Jun 7.50 3... 8.8 6.171 Sunbury 8.10 9.10 3.18 6.X2 10.30 D)igger's Rest . ... t ... Sydenham ¶ ... Q 1 9 St Albans 8.40 ... 3.40 6.56 10.48 Bray brook Jun 8.50 ...... ... ... FootscrayWT si 8.55 ... ¶ I ¶ MiddleF'tserny I ... ¶ ¶ 1 N Melbourne 9.6 9.46 4.4 7.21 11.11 M .lbourne 9.1019.5( ...

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GRASS LAND VALUATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

GRASS LAND VALUATION.. (To THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS). Sir,-I noticed in your last .issue a somewhat hasty,, and I -might add, C scurrilous reply-to my letter of the i 22nd ult., on the above subject, by an c individual who has the audacity to style t himself. " Fair play is boinnie play." F Passing over his attack on me in his t introductory-which is composed chiefly of old phrases that I have seen` used 'by t hunidreds of correspondents to news.i papers-and which are consequently not .. indebted to the vivid brain iintellect of your correspondent-a touch, can be made on tlihe all-imporbitant matter of re- t ducing the land tax. He says that Cr r Evans has been accusedof the unpardon- t able offence of scheming to have the t valuation of grass land reduced,, for the ' reason that he is a large landholder him self. I. am given to understand, fromn t very authentic authority, that Cr Evans ] did say he would be one for a reduction in this tax, and in his recent letter -to your p...

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SUNBURY JUNIORS V. BALMORAL F. C. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

c) SUXN URY JUNIORS V. a BALMOR.AL F. C. 1 Oin Saturday last the Sunburr Juniors journeyed to Middle Park, Melbourne, to try conclusions with the Balmoral Football Club. It was the second match this season between these clubs. The first was contested at Sunbury when the home team secured 3 goals 6 behinds againsttheiropponents' Ogoals 7 behinds. ? The match cused a good deal of excite ment as the Bals were determined if a possible to turn the tables, while the a Juniors were quite confident of securing a second victory. A heavy fog that enveloped the ground during the whole t of the game rendered it quite impossible u to distinguish the players, only dark a objects being discernible when they were at any distance, otherwise the day was all that could be desired for this p pastime. The Balmoral team were under the very able generalship of S. t Gore, the Sunbury boys being led by A. a Clayton. After theumpire bounced the r< ball, the Bals went away with a rush, tl surprisin...

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CAREFULLY REARED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

CAREFU LLYREARFD. Fond Mammna: '' i nm gIad yo ham& cr-lf'a' nice 'tine 'at: Mrs. Tijitops, and' %pie shee noticed how careful?) you had ecn broutght up. Yvu did not ask ,· j1 or' DI(eSSErt, chd you!"~ I f r s ,u1I t S on : " N o , in d e d, m a ; I eiid n't { . to. F tier, lime I .fiished .a clisL t bi ;;an - scr aving the . plate t- y i , : h :·oonl mc1id sn!!icking _my hps,~ t-: :ser· i.nt caume:rnd brought me some more lthc stying a word ''. * Yurr _ y poi ket vi >hj- i~ii - T Iir a (U) onr handss if.~i:Vc;r z yon. id" Citlli Do --oilT Y"':L~ :1. ·l'i, an a1 cint 1rlt1 )3 s ;; idoan Ito 1113,·:;[;:lO HS pn:cket ?"' .. .. : c ., ourt of Petty Seisions I ae Sunbury Policee( ourtt

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THEY WERE THUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

Twor men ect -nd c: U: 2: c igh. 'bauning EMiCnr to (E E A i)' 'anck In s ua:0 In mush, i r 0 they F O nd : ** MyP eldert glil bh'E:i ::: "*utu your vite ? SoicI the uevil to: ' '':"1 n *rer I ''nen luX m1u1h* 1 .1ay m toot in it," _ 3 E O'.T~jll F~n~ v4c C 3

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FARTHINGS AND THEIR USES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

FARTHINGS AND THEIR USES. Everyone is familiar with the system a vogue amongst drapers for pricing their articles. There is always an odd farthing. Bundles of calico, for nstance, lie at the door ticketed 21d. a yard; cheap shriits are in the window at is, Lr d.; hats at 2s. I td., and so on. You rarely ever see an even price, and the :)uyer scarcely ever gets the odd fax thing, the tradesman preferring to give pins or hairpins, lead pencils, needles, crotchet hooks, or some other trifling articles. This farthing system is not much more than twenty years old. It was introduced tirst in Scotland by a man who still liveF, and who thereby received the nnme of "Farthing Johnny." This man, who be. gan life in a very humble way, now keeps a steat yacht, lives in. a rnagnifi cent house, and is the owner of a castle as well as of a large business. His first shop was just a room off the street that was entered by going clown one or ti'o steps. It was got up in 'the style of i grotto, and was...

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THE COLONIAL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-BE-HUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

THE COLONIAL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-BE-HIA G. -:o: FaoM You-Be-Hung of 'Little Bug' street, in the City of Mel-bun, in the Colony of the White Barbarian called 'Victoria,' to Almond-Eyes, of High-street, in the City of Canton, in the Flowery Land, Greeting -"U0,. my beloved Almond-Eyes, the strange and wondrous things which have befallen your You-Be since last he left the fragrant land of his birth place, and after being toseased in the Fiery Junk on the relling waves of the great waters for a time that did seem to him to be many, many days, (for he suffered the torture, which is called 'sea-sik,') and the sights beheld by him since he set his feet in this barbarous land of the foreigndevil, have caused his knees to tremble with astonishment, and his mouth and eyes to open with surprise I "As you know, O lovely Almond-Eyes, the White Victorians shake with a great fear lest the children of our land should come in great numbers and take their country from them; and they therefore choose c...

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ALL ABOUT THE "QUEEN'S PIPE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

ALL ABOUT THE '"QUEWN'S PIPE." The Queen's Pipe is undoubtedly the biggest pipe in the kingdom; in fact, she has several--one wherever there isa a bonded warehouse for the storage of to. i01 bacco-and the smallest of these is as big as a tobacconist's shop.. The Queen's a Pipes are distinguished not only for ti their magnitude, but also for the enor- h nious quantity of tobacco they consume. b The biggest one, for instance, which is it at Victoria Dock, London, and which is the one usually meant by the Queen's Pipe, consumes about I,ooo cwt. of to. t bacco in a year. The man who smokes an ounce of tobacco a day is -considered b aspretty heavy smoker-this is less than V twenty-four pounds a year. Thus, then t1 the Queen's Pipe consumes about as d much asfivye thousand heavy smokers. i This seems to be an enormous waste, re presenting in money, if we take the to- a bacco at fourpence an ounce, more than a Nbt long ago the writer went down to - the Custom Mouse at Victoria Dock to sl s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

z~I - ;ab~n~e B : so ;EI ALFRED BUTLES, PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, (Late Poremrnan, E. Quails Landoa). O'SHANASSY STREPT, SUNBURY. Repairs .really executed. Chargas rroderal. George Hirat, -PRACTICAL OO8T;. MUAKER, O'SHArnssv Smnsei,, SBeNOuY. Every description of Boots' and Shoes made on the shortest notice. ;Repair neatly and prqmptly executed. - OOHARGES M DERATE JOHN GILCE1I'lT, O'SHANASSY ST, SUNBURY. GROCER, FRUITERER, AND GREENGROCEhR. ( Begs to thank the inhabitants for past favours, and trusts by. strict attention to business to secure a continuance of their support. Families waited on twice a week, (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with a large and varied assortment of fresh FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and "Joiner Furniture made to order, UPHOLSTERER: & FRENCH POLISHER. O'SHANASSY ST., Repairs and re-stuffing neatly deae. Chr. Christiansen, * HAIRDRESSER And Tobacconist, Evans Street, S* s-cyIY, .Best Brands of Tobacco, Pipes, and S CIGARS. M. J.BR...

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"THE BANK OF LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

" THE UsYD OF LI)7. Tell me no in soahi L :ly Of Your r'd ' a1 ri Of the wisdom oI r o' - Man-v are n wI:.. ýou Some must rimS, ^: s on lc:: z Strive mln:1 rn o While sercne in b'a to ln: Some mut firee imcni W omen r ha e W r v1 CX `I r"., Rise the earliZC' from Bed phil cgopherse mr Still--such saE:: mud1 be i'd, Sleep on, But , tic i no-*" " , i 1 'p Bat redt-et uo yur At tc-c Hon you'd strve ancd freI. C :....rr- If the aom vr i

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JOHN AINSWORTH'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

JOHr . ANSWORT ·_i' MiSTAKE. iBy LILIAN iSHawt Lusriv. John Ainsworth was the most s. man vyou ever caw.; at thirty' . he Wa good alodig uai capable .: ;. afraid of wowfer as tbough nhe susyertci them of an intention to eat him. Fl Inight have ha ' his pick of pretty kirn for he had a comfortable bank account to back his attractive looks and steado habits ; but girls were not for him; he couldn't look one in the fac' w-hen h' met her. and in company his usual pleaisant nimnuer gave place to awn . ward diffidence that made him apperr like a country bumpkin. His companions gradually msrred ard settlel into homes of their onu, but John, after the death of his parents, r nman:.; quietly in the old family m: nsi r n on ti hill; his servants were all men or boys i except the housekeeper, a woman who had lived to such an advanccd age arong men thatit is douhtful whether she did not look upon herself as an old b;.chlor in petticoats. Many were the invitations showered upon the handsome laud...

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HINTS FOR HOME SEWING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

HINTS FOR H3OME SiEWING-. When one hls in afte rnoon to spare, a 'go'i- wy to spend .it is iauett'o o t ad .er.ea'ing tfhe family s&-i to Mheae ot a iv c the tiJib s to be adov_ r nd on tnother >iecs of paper a fiat :,f trngs to be bought : order to complete th:e ewo: , i< there . r.; Jatadues to be j Fsched, shdpin te scraps to th1i. pi-ce of paper, to be .:ate -rith youu the :ne: time you go shopih is ip q-gie i :tportnt, for often one's sewing is seriously hidniered, perha2pC broui'-ght to astndstii, Ust C' a th : rML of ovat-l, or eome t *i chkr a.nvi! but ptoratrin article th-v' thne K. _ s.. has ifrgotten. With the seAving all npreyared and system atised in. tais way,, one-. can accomplish a great deal, even during odd moments. In the forenoon, when-the busy housewifa feels the need of a few minutes' rest, a little sew ing might be done. It requires no great effort to hem a few towels ors-a pillow-case; to mend a pair of stockings or sew on a button or tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 5 August 1893

ALFRED BUTLER, PRACTICAL 3oot and Shoe Maker, . (Late, Foreman, E. Quails London). O'SHANASSY STREST, SUNBURY. Refairs ealy execuded. Chargr molderae. George Hirst, PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, O'SHANASSY STBEET, SUNDBTT. Every description of Boots and Shoes 'iade on the shortest notice. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. * CHARGES MODERATE. JOHN GILCRHIST, O'SHANASSY ST, SUNBURY. GROCERI, fRUITEREf AND Bes to thank the inhabitants for past favours,.and trusts by strict attention to ?ibisiiess to secure a continuance of their support. Families waited on twice a week, (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with a large and varied assortment of fresh FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and 'Joiner Furmiture made to order, UPHOLSTERER & FRENCH POLISHER. .O'SHANASSY ST, R! Rejairs a"d re-iffing neatly deW. Chr. Christiansen, HAIRDRESSER - And Tobacconist, SEvans Street, t S7rBTTJIvY, Best.Brands of Tobacco, Pipes, and * CIGARS. M. J. BREEN, BUILDER-AD---eONTRACTOR -VA T -'CJTG TA:T ...

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