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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
No/ice AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM A IWLsK-HOWN SPECIALIST. DR. JAMES D. LLEWELLYN, who fBr dtey Qualitied and ltegistered by the Medioal Boards of Vict ria and New South ?Yales. is aware that by dear.i g fro n the usual routine of practice and d, ti .2 himself exclustrely to a special branch, which lie h?as dolne for somle time, he is niot strictly foll.wing the paths of professional etiquette; but. as a oonsideral, hody of the plofession are still dluposed to stand coldly aloof fr.,m anyone of their iltlnuber who a:l:lires popularity in the treatment of certain ailments .id is really a Nlcdical Specialist,he d..es not hesitate to re- rt to what he considers legitimate means for the put poseof disarming cynical criticism, and of engagig as far as hei is able the oon Idence of the public. It is naet ,lly better to seek assistance from the qualified practitioner in pre.erenoe to the quack. The true designation of quackery belongs to those 'harmelese adven:urerr who, without a particle...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
OQ2;MERCIAL. XNLBOURNH MARKETS. GRAIN REPORT.. The New Zealand Loau ad m er:cr tile Ageun y Co.,. Ltd, hei their unsal. weekly sale of 'grain to-4y, -aheu thbey offereci a:catalog! e of 222.ý3 bag.h . Th re, ws an' excellent' attenu( nce of the trade, but competition all round was not brisk. Wheat was lower, bayers only operat'lr a3s 6d. They sold fair millirg at 3a 5LI to 3s G: no prime bein'g pleed. The offerings of om.ts andl barlry were unimt portant, aldien biAinCess of aty UmletU was carri d. hrough. Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. r:~aort (83rd November).:--`We sub mitted to auctiou 22996 bass of grain of all descriptions to the usual atttedance of the trade. Wheat was not so brisk, and realised 3s 6d ex rail. O(ats sihaiy weaker inqruh iY TaucariAu,. 1 s 1 ti co :s; Algerian, is 9d to 2s; stounti3h to stot, 's to 2s 2s. Barley :~o miatxtiuin isample offering; feede descptions, 2s Gdi to 2s 8i; Cape Tu to 2s (d. M??izr i y good Sdeiinu an l up t6 ?s was setnre4I for super'o ...
CRICKET. SUNBURY V. BULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
C RI K ET. SUNBURY V. BULLA. The Sunbury team jourrney d to. Balla on Saturday to compete with the P representatire club of that place. The day was fnlue, being all that could be de sired for cril et. A word could not, however, be said in favour of the ground a which was bumpy in places, and as b lippery as glass. An inmprovement, too, ji by way of encouragement to visitors and o the comfort of cricketers could be % wrought by the erection of a marquee on si the ground, which is totally devoid of u. trees or shade of any description at e the present time. F. Daniel captained tl the loeal?. while the visitors were led it by B. Campbell. Captain Daniel won jL the memorable toss, and elected to bat. o. J. Feehan and C. Wivhbln were n despatched first to the wickets, but the :o latter i as compelled to retire in a very .o short space of time, being caught by Ben p Campbell off A. Oxenham for nil. C.. a W?helan partnered, but possessed the si luck of his brother. He was clean t: bowled b...
SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 92. (Before Michael McMahon, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNs SD-AY, NOVEMBER 23, 92. (Before Michael McMahon. Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISGORDERLY. James Fitzpatrick was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public. place. Prisoner pleaded guilty. G onstable Wilson deposed to arresting the prisoner on Tiuesday :night at the Royal Hotel. He was in a bad state of drunkenness; and making use of obscene language. Prisoner was before the comrt on previous occasions, charged similarly,' and remained an habitual nuisance, literally loafing from one hotel to another. Kindness was only thrown away on him. The magistrate expressed regret at prisoner's inability to reform. It was not the first time he (prisoner) was ,before him, and his conduct was posi tively shameful, par?icularly as regards the use of bat languge. If this were tolerated, respectable people could not walk the streets. A fine of £1, in de fault, 7 days' imprisonmeat, would be imposed. The court rose.
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.-Ed.] CHURCH UNITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
CO TRE SP OiDENCE. \WYe do not identify ourselv wii the opinions expressed .by' ouir: cor.es: ponridents.-- Ed. SCH3UROR UNI'TL` TO TH.5 EDITOR O1'T?IIE .8UNBU'ITV5i'EWS). :I'early' two years have- elapsed sine @ :the 'Wesleyan Chlurch, in": 'Sun bury : passed throug : what may be justly tpeived". the - saddest experience' of .ii.. 1History, whereby its. nmembers were',:divided nilto -two. sections; each sect onI having its own peculiar, ide.is of the : rtuble wiich .had;l arisen,. : and each section obstinately contending, that it a:-a in the right., After that. length of time a ,outsider may :be `justified in , passing a few remarks on the existing state of circumstanees, may . be: justified in eipr.ssinge an .opinion o i the wisdomn or, oth(c:wise .of the. di-iion whichl them~ t.v'k I place; aiid i.?hi:h Pill exists, and also.. in:giving 0out one or two suggestions w iereby the unforLunate trouble may bet- :`roughs to' anR, end.. Frstr Sunbury is inot so densely ipoipiateld .; th...
MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
MACEUDON. [vio ýoUn o vvaousP isNo T1HT. o Friday. One ofo the rest fincrar s hver seene in this district. foiwoved t .the reniainsi of the late Mrs Gre eora ichols to the? WoodendC :oemetery ,oii Sunday last. The members .o the M. U. 0. O. F. lodge. M icedon b"anch, marched in piro cession before the hearse. The deceased. lady had been ii fa litg health for a long tim ý, but ftw thou''it t:ie end wais so Ue't. The cause of death was nell :algia of tha brain. The deceased leaves two, children a'ged 4 and 2 years. Great sympathy is expressed fr the bereaved husband. and family. OIn Thursday Mr Holland, State scbool examinur, examined the Macedon stý e school, the full result of which 'I ýha;e uot obtained. One boy, John DoIyle, aged 13, acquitled himself celdirablr by obtaini?m the certificate of Laiit
COWAN'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
COW N'S° DRAMATI; C' . CO .I PA7Y1'. Cowan' s Draniatiua Companv, fr:inn MJe,,urne, occuipied th Mehatliilsr 1Hall '"1 F iday night., 'I8thb inst., and', gayve° a t eCntertain?nt, of a . mixedl nature, t an, apipreeiative, th-ngh po,, ,. audience:. The "pa".ýe 'tteitaa. WaV no doubt Ade ti the very siho;t notice' given; together w?Iltr the oppressive hoit night. lHo'ever, it may be said, tlhose 'who did not attend iissed a treat butt seldom derivabl: at Suýiurz , a.s the corn- pany was composed of some' of the best talent and theatrical stars: obta'iable in the metropolis, Too much prai:seccnnot, U1 given them, and if they remained ·another night here, the result would have: been a. crowded house. .The programme was opened up' with a comical piece c.!led " A happy pair," very cleverly guine through, Mr Cowan taking the part o ' 4r H?onevton" and AMiss L. Veranon "'o4rs Honevton." The- next was a. nusical olio. Miss Howard was ap plauded for the' rendition of " Rather."' iMr Ver.m re...
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
INTERESTING ITEMS. Our country p, licoman may envr the enterprise 'of tiue Americans, wh: , in several townis, are mounting their police force on bicycles, to ensure speed over a large heat. It setems r·ather foolish. iherver, to paint the, machines red, as burglars and other criminal ?can easily spy their'enemy in the distaunce. As regaHrds women, the latest eccen tricity reported from Paris is enorimous sleeves of the.old g~o/f shape, si pported by whalebone, and so large that the wearer can only with difficulty pass through a moderate-sized door-way. Let us pray that Australians may be delivered from such . an -abominable nuisance. Whyte Melville once said in defence of the ordinary and funereal dress of men that an Englishman is the only wan who looks a gentleman in it. The foreigner may pass muster as a model of smartness in a uniform, a tailor mar look well in morning clothes i but if you wish to test the fact of a person helong ing to the, upper' class of society, send him up...
MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (Friday, November 25th, 1892). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
MLTON SHIRI. COUINCIL. h (Firiday Ne-ember 25th, 1892).i . The ordinary m eýtiug o'f the Melton t Shire Council was held at'the Toolern -Mecha'nics' Institute yesterday. There were present :-Crs White (president in the. chair), Bube:k, M cPherson, Shebler, Hoare, Beat:ie, MBcCorkell, Brown, Lock and Mr Robinson, sec retary and engineer. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confi 'med. CORRESPONDS ENCE. From Muriicipal Associatien of Vic- t toria, forwarding resolutio ns carried and questions sabmitted by various shires ---Received. From?i Messrs r;ant and Sons, Medl bourne, asking for information re the nuam m' of canital valuation of pro p wr.v in the Shire of Melton belonging :o Michael Zimnmer-Left to the secre tarp to attend to. From Seretary Darebin Shire, re questing information re any property ,wnetd y Zemmer in the Shire-Left'to secretary. From Thlos. Latham, ?Melbourne. for warding annual report. etc. of Protection of Animnals Society-Receivel. From D. L. Banet...
THE LABOUR QUESTION IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
'THE LABOUR QUESTIOON IN. RUSSIA. The disorders that occurred in the sou-h of Russia recently, at the Hlu-hesoffka Iron Works, and the serious strikes that took place at Lodz, in Poland, last summer, have shown the Russian Government only too clearly that by its short-sighted policy of b,,lstering up industries which are not natural to the country, at the expense of the agricultuial classes, it has created f,r i:self a Labour question, which will in the future girethe authorities no little trouble to solve in a satisfactory manner. The fact is, that in AMoscow, Tver, St Petersburg, Lodz, and other mannufac turing centres of the Russian Empire, r proletariat has been formed, which - may ulimnately compel the Russian Govern ment to take more than a passive i:terest in the great social and, internkional questions which are now agitating other countries. The riots at Hughesoffha and the neiewhboring collieries, thcagh par'ly due to the cholera. haforded undenia':le (e idence of the exis...
A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
d *STRANGi E CiAIN OF EVENTS. a 1 ' . ; CLPT:R X. .k .e l, I ia d, I sleep pceetly il, 'Tftre has tever been a question . o fy :net sleeping. 1' the? a M t4 hin wihat W,--.rf.elitl , fi &uI ad .a~id t nivri: mi a remeily fe: Sa--sicke.&lt;£'*s "e-t I~n iheon. *A•h, see tlh.e, sil he. That ItaUes \it'h 'wha? ve tjld voun. It's very 'cvat thit \Veste.rteld. wants y'V! o aleepv'wifhlot waking ror wsome ii:e. lHe has son!e khjec in this, :ind it \. 'I he tile easiest. thing "i the won'i.t, hmn Inig and foil hiin. You nmust plretend 1,, ta.ke -his drag, and then affect a deep ilnda -lea'y sleep. But while your nose .*,ives proof of the potency of the draught, voftr -yees and ears cin be kept open b.hind your curtain, there. I thanked Appleton sincerely for his ios5t friendly act in warnin~ mre. To tell you the ::ath, saidi 1, tVm not i-,a-sick at all. I have hadl *e li sus ])icio?s things happen lately, a~dl I de videi to pretend to b.e ill, thhtkilg I Miight discover smn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
d1P LUL '..RADESMEN. WHEN YO-:-y .. II V Published every Saturday. 4 It is he leading advertising ![edium ot ,,.o ....~~ s s~t~ , ',, SURROUNDING DISTRICT, - LA~RGIY ICULATED IN TH ELISOTORATE. N RITER 5.., STATION ERS. Tie~ Proprietors .? QOLIOIT the patronage. ??t~td 4Q Districts through whio .e ad. b gs to intimate th. J --. _.. ? :: · . ... ..' : - ·--·.. • . . . -. : , "` ? ,; \ ·-;·:-;; · '., .. . . . ? - .ic.- ::. al ..orders for " I ]J TIo nt entrustedt to them are execut-ed in good style at Soderate rates and with despatch: .... .....ooks n Sstaiin, ry .,. EPT in stock to meet nearly all requirements and sold at, and ii , n Sto tO... et ??,,? . ... .. ,. • below.Kel e K ejbouxrne prices.. . 1 th.eEnglish Perio ~icals spuipl4. t&otoitr *I € u '. .:: ST .".? ?OF _-.fEE "SERIk:L VOLUMES" KZP IN SToOL, u.a 6', .. i. .:,- A '.r:- z· -~G - Account oo ks, &c, a .an d -lt'school requisites. 7.~: :. ", , ,...... ., , , . .. .7 Z ?' ' Photograpliic Alliums, Scrap Book...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
Bustness AN INTERESTING LETTER r. OR A WELL-rNOW,- N SPECIALIST, D1R. LLEWELLYN, who Is duly Quallfled and Registered, is aware that by departing from the t"ual routine practice and devoting himself exclusiwvly so a special branch, which he has aore for some time, he is not strictly following the paths of professional etliquette, but, as a considerable body of the profession are still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of eheir numbelr who acquires popularity in the treat aent of certain ailments and is really a Medical idpecialist, he does not hesitate to resort to what he ~.eoneeders le tifnate means for the pur.ose of disa-m. l. tog cyndrcal cr:icis?, and of secirhtng a" far is hs," is able the confidence of tte publbc. It is assuredly better to seek assistance from the qu-lified practitioner in preference to the quac~L The true designation of quackery belongs to those asameless adventureis who, without a particle of modical knowledge or a tittle of claimn to the humblest...
A TRAIN ON FIRE. THE CONTENTS OF TWO TRUCKS BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
A TRAIN °-0 FIRE. was created in Sunbur ? .o Friday igi ht, 1Sti inst aboutl quarter ipast Aen -o cli. .en e p.m. goods Arain fro.m Bendio :,ame at rapid speed into the e l r1ailway station cith k a tc ;of traw ta'i' a :track. of edhaff all :;ab laze. i e engine fs u ::derV te. coantr of driver? Jones awh stated that ho firs otice- th:.e ;f"br'~ BetweenurI ýancefi id Junctions'- anu?4 u bnury,.,wen it, with the assistance , of his fireman,' iirom?tl>yf uno oupled the truicks froin the .other poi-tion of the trailn ai: Ir? htit ithe? ; on to Sunbury. ,The i1 reflection from : the ..;flames -was! dWshtdi throew'i t1'ý' :4utin neanr rSir 1r:? .. lai ke' " resdence -and the iluminitn:"b couild be seen all along the line A ibeat many people, sonic of id;hom -wer proceedng home" at the tim ; fro t he dramatic eitetrtaininent ,.,neld :'that night. ate the 1Miechanics' 11Hall, observing lie firex feared ' . was . the 2. passenger trainm froi Be'Sdigo, which: arrives: at Suabu? at 10.30 '...
The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 18[?]2. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
, teurfttrt warn. Be (ust and mFear col SUNBURPY, SATURDAY. NovxnBniE 2. I8R 2. NEWS AND NOTES. ,i.t- Willimu, Lady Clarke and.family,. arrived a Melbuine from. England by the A.rcadia. last Tuesday. Some of the fa.mily came to R.utpertswood in: mediaitely after landing. Sir W\Villiant and Lady Clarke arrived at Sunbury by last evening's express train. An: action for £2000 damages. against the Laneefield shire council, tIhe trial ef whiuh was commenced oni the 14th inst,. was concluded in the First Civil Court on Monday before the Chief Jnstice and a jury of six. The plaintiff, .ohn Van lioaden, a farmer, was &'ding along Dundas-stroet,. Lancefield, seated on a load of wood, "a the 23rd November, 1891, when he was. thrown out of the cart owing to the wheels dropping into an open drain. Plaintiff was run over, receiving a fracture of several ribs and breaking hie. breast bone and right thigh. The drain had been constructed 1it years. previously by the defendants' predecessor,...
IS KISSING A SIN? [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 26 November 1892
IS KISSING A SIN? Lips were made for kisses, Soft and dewy sweet; Ah! the bliss of blisses W'hen those warm lips meet Gently, closely clinging, Lingering long at will; Ah! the rapture, bringing Sweeter sweetness still. Though we kiss for ever, Endless seems the store ; And those red lips, ever Panting, ask for more. Lips were made for kisses, Kisses dewy sweet; 'Tis the bliss of blisses. When sweet, warm lips meet.
A Man Saved by a Sea Bird. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892
A Mail %ztvd by a Sea Bird. 'A vessel wes uloughirig tbrongh the waters of the South Ailantio w?iena ocry of '" Man overboard I" was heard. Tie man at the whcel broutht the chip up in the wind anc boats were lowprud; but by the time this was acocnmplitehd the sailor, was a quarter of a mile astern. He kept op, however, and as the boat ap proached a big albatross was seen to dart at him; and the next momt.n( to asruggle; then-avay went tnie bird. flapping violently, towing the sailor.along the surface. The men had to pull hard to gain it, and then it was found that the sailor was unin jured and pernaps htd been saved by ?he bird. Reu was almost exhausted when the alba tross flow over him in evident curiosity; as it passed he seized its tfeet. The bird, in its fear arnd'terror; was strong enoogh to how him along the surface at a very rapid rate: _____________
Odds and Ends. She Wouldn't Listen. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892
Odds and Ends. ,. - - _---- , She Wouldn't Listen. " Madam," said a man on a Fitzroy trae car to the mother of a crying baby,:" di&c you ever gave the little one a drop of "No, sir, I never did. And more than that I never will I And I don't thank anyboa3 for advising me, to give my baby gin,' snapped the mother. "You're in too much of a hurry, madam,' persisted the man, " I was only going t: sungest that a little hot gin-" " And I am surprised, sir," interrupted thbe woman, " that a man of re-peotablr appearane . like yourself should want an innocent child to begin drinkilg gnm-" " Will you allow me to finish what I wanted to say, madam, Wty I give my own daughter gin - " Well, you can't give it to mine. Co:n. ductor. let me .out I This man ansaits upo' advisi.g me to give my child gin-" " Yes--ginger tea for the colic," shrieked the man getting in the last word as the woman plunged cob of the car. -
No Failure There. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 December 1892
Ivo Failure There... Siimi Treaiae a failure?" the baehelor W 'ed, And the youth who is courting a girl re. i'vte niver been married, and can not -gUt~i. !Bu- jourrIAlip, I know, is a big uo:. fIa D3udelet : "I have great talent, Mise Canstio. and could do wonderful things if I onir had a mind to." Mite Cdaustio : "'ee; you only lack the Mirnd." HI : " I never can understand you, but 1 slppore that's naitural." Sh- i hy'" lHP : "' Well. I usppoe iW's impossible for a pr.etty girl to be plain.'"