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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. MR BOWIE RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 17 December 1892
GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Mr. BOWIE RESIGNS. &nbsp; A special meeting of the Gisborne Shire Council, for the purpose of taking into consideration the auditors' report for 1892, which accused Mr Bowie, secretary and engineer to the shire, of grave irregularities and unintelligible entries in his books, was held at the Gisborne Shire Hall on Monday. There were present :- Crs Brady (in the chair ), Lansdowne, Gardiner, Woodward, W. Farrell, Cherry, Allen, -Callanan, &nbsp; Slattery, Christian, M. J. Farrell and &nbsp; Watt. &nbsp; Cr. Lansdowne mentioned that exception could be taken to the notice convening the meeting as it did not specify for what object it was called. The Local Government Act, he said, was most explicit on the point, and states that the object of such meeting must be given on the notice. Cr. Brady : I do not see how it affects this meeting which is an adjourned meeting from last Monday. Members are well aware for what purpose the meetin...
SUNBURY LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 17 December 1892
SUNBURY LrICENSING.: GOURT. , ; • .4 7; -- - At,the. Sunbury Policei Court ono Tiuesday `the annual . ee nsing court mwas, held before Mesrse O'Meara, Nicholson, and Bartrop, P .Mi's. The licenses for the Ioll'owing were granted : J. Cahill, Ball Court Hb &lt;eT, Sunbury; P. Sweeney, Sir John Fri n~.lin Hotel, Sunbury.; P. Brown, Court ] I,'use Hotel,. Sunbury ; P.Eadie, Eadie's Iotel, Sun -bury; M. Fanning, Railway\ ?,itel, Sun :bury; M. Williams, Royal I to tel, Sun buryv , J. Millet, transferred li ce.ase of the Ruttpertswood Hotel to George Millet; M. Bourke, Manchester Hotel, I3uttle :jork ; S. Millet, Bald Hill Hotel, Buttle jork ; L. Short, National Ho tel Gis borne ; E. Thornton, Laurel Inn, Gis boune, and a temporary license fo r one day only, between the 26th ins;t., and th} following six days, for the l iddlell's Greek Race-course; S. Collin;, 'JTele graph Hotel, Gisborne ; P. Barty, Vic toria Hotel, Gisborne; E. Weeký, Hirst Family Hotel, Now Gisborne ; J.1 Ia ni...
A REFLECTION AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
.A REFLECTTON AT SEA. Se'e hol 3Beneathtli emoonbeam's smile, on t `oi little billow heaves its breast, At iAnd foams an'd sparkles?for awhile, ;i : Then murmuring subsides to rest. ,:mi'f, lius fian,:the sprfo of bliss and care, ow f; iises ?,time's eventful sea, And having swelled a monment there, V.4 r s Then mel S ito' eierdiity. "f f T
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
C-OM ME.R CI AL. MELBOURNE MARKETS: ;_ lib 9:i; n 1..FARMX.AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. Mr G. o. Evans, Auctioiieer;, Western . Market, reports (21 ilec), Fresh Butter: A good supply to' '-haiad with no alteration in prices., Prime dairies in good condition sold at from 9?dto 10d. per lb, a few special higher; medium to good, 8d. to 9d., only a few cases of inferior lower. Potted butter in fair supply, and for prime the market is.brisk from :8-d. to 9d.; medium to good, 71d. to 8d.; new and sacondhand casks supplied. Cheese, new: Best, 5d. to 5?d.; mediun. 4d. to 41d. Eggs; Market brisk, from., 9d to 91d. per _dzen. -Hams; town cured; 8d to 81'd. Bacon, 7d to 7-d. Carcase pork (Fiiday). Small sizes, well dressed, brought from 41d to 5d. per lb. Bacon pigs,31 to 4d:' Garden honey, prime, 2,?1 to 3d. Beeswax .to 104d. Poultry: A heavy supply .forward-for to-day's market,?i:rid ipriies all round were good; I oitd tuirke' 4gobblerffro,,m 16s to 27s per'pair;, hein 7s Lfd".o 9s; geest4, 4s ...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
GENE1RAL ITEM'S, Pink eye is very jprevalent in'; Ifiertis 1relIa.i ". At J3rci-uerhiaven iii German yn AitipictaI estttle aure stl iniiil tt un ec slitic ein ilint 'ui'il i cat ion of Lih eir Izimdin8 he pre\ iUi)sy III1!1 to somelt competennrlt Illedicel authoritiy a t titr -port of enraniice. Batt all- cattle, extcsqu tiose. fur t reetlintg lurj'. ec, sre iaoeilLCU u.9ur weeks; au tLie uost of the owner. Look at that policu ian; he's trying to make an arrest. Arrest what ' V v the attention of those young ladies utl there.
THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
THE CHRISTMJ S ?,O LID A Y S. STo-day, will, nhei4i the? Ihristma .Holijh ys, whn ti re,'ill be a suspension of" work "fr few days at'Yeast ' "the weather, which 'it always i` ,very 'great =desidet*i ifn holidaiy 'ccasions,. is I )very A4rerableT igdeid. •Ve have' had abundance of f-the ivialfi weathir'1iely 1 F #itii5' s are tow warm and ide ful g r pleasu:e ;eekers, while the breezes are' sdit, Faint and cool:
DIGGER'S REST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
G ER"'S R RS T. ,. [aFRd OUR OWN COBRESPO¶?oiT .] F iday. A meeting of the committee, re picnic to be held in connection with the Digger's Rest,-=State School, was held: on Thursday night, 15 inst,,' at Lo k'iSY-. Oval trr ---taoie. into c,,ns1dertion various details in .ýunnechotin :. tihere;l"t`, £, Ldtn at which. t.h1 followiig nmembers were present : M essrs R. Davis (chairman), Prideaux. Bubeck, Murphy, Look, and J. Boland (secretary). The folloaing' resolutions were pas-td :. That tenders be ':called for; the ca tering. i.'hat:- the: bools and all other (pj?is toJ, be bpngli?1 ,ster on when required. That the picnic be confined to -the. people: of D:-?igger's Rest and district. SThat the social be kept up all nightif required. I That the Digger's Rest cricket clnh be sked to lerid heir cricketing umaterdl for the day. Financially things are a depided, s?icceis as the list to hand shows! thatr nearly, £20 have been pronm iserl inc:luin c dontaionw of £2 from Si W. J4 Clarke, Ba...
MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
"[FR03I OUR OWN CORRESPQ),NDSEN'r]:. Thursd-a5'. Visitors are now beginning to flock up to this district for their summer` holidays. ,On ,fond~,,y a .hirge pie nic-froni Bendigo ,will comt here for a day's enjoyment. Kyneton Juniors v. Macedon: This match was commenced on Saturday on the ground of the latter .' Willey had charge of the locals and Wood the Juniors - The visitors batted first, but owing to the deadly bowling of Plhelan, Jackson, and Goodear, they only niual aged to knock up fifty nine. The locals in their first attempt made eighty: It looked at one stage as if the innings would end in a collapse buit owing to the splendid "up hill" game played :by M'lntosh and Nicholls the total was passed. The match will be concluded: to-day. ,-:
CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
CHTRISTMAS DAY. To-morrow is Christmas Day, which1 is observed in a semi-religious manner. Speciul services :will be conducted` at, tlihe St Mary's Church of Englahd, the Roman Catholic Church, .an1 other churches in the'township. Sonie people have organised picnic parties, while the believersbo f Isaac Walton mean to spend the? day, or portion of t; with the hook and line-and watch for the bobbing of thli floater.
DRESS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
(Ti r`,a D ESS,&lt; AT, SEP . 1`T 'ieoe ari;i uarilBarl the northern At lantic, is never warm. : ' :: AdItisimpossible tvb take id excess on going to sea,.p .opercoats and wraps, and espeoially oif tlq. .hcl; et tnder-clothi g, and these will be neýdd, not?b?iy oli deck but' often in the sWatit "obinii niif usnially ý throughout the rwLoXe foyagel le Mrn There is a; delusion that people do not take cod at sea when off soundings. S r.is deusibn lhas tlhe basi .of truth, that. i l* Kni I clini ates,~'af sea, 'on e can en dure great .xposure`,Nithaut :taking cold, and, ,genceally.speakLng, at a-distance from shore, tetrong persgns a'e71ess hlble to take cold. 'front 'expoue t~ial they`are on land. '; Bit 'se-isitiere persofis may :take cold a rthousatindrniles, fromi? land just as easily as ,4he?;do, at horer and, find, it hard to get ri&d of it. ' .The 't t)ereenhIon`f ýco dsIii thick under ,clo'thing'; rt -to siet -f ii csatry, at once, iv6rzr ighti~nd.day; !no attebt...
THE FIRST OCEAN STEAMER [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
1,iE FIRST OTCEAN STEAMI?1 . The Savannah was ouit at Corlear's Hon'k, 'N'ew York, bv:CroclIer and Pickett. She was 380 tons burthrni;annd wasrtantihet on Aug ist 2', 181.4,-aui,ibuilt toiplly between Ner York and Liverpool, i.t a rsa ing packet. About the timn of hCir ,launch, Capta st .toaes Rogers, then'of Shannah, Georgi', :. uggesteL to Mevssrs..; nning, Sca rbt rough, Sturges, Iarrouxhs, einr.v. !JciK.nini, and thes,, of that city,, tlhe i a of construct ifig a'steamier :foi: i,!ying betwuLcn Savannah anrid Literpoolb They accordingly pnurchaded.this ship, juist launched aytCorlear's Hook, and well adapt-.d or the purpose, and they nained her th, SaianJcnah. - . ;. 'hiiltoe, d the riggirrg ani, other a,,ppr tenanes'forjsailihg to remain, ;and supplie.l her with machinery $nd addle-w.uheels, the latter constructed ??r foldinig u like a fan, ari'tidt ' be tiirn :iftli deck' when not in u1u, iher-shahtiiving mlso: a joint for that pur. ipbse.it £:a m.m, rigoute, Thl1' iee!,housew...
GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
GRAIN AND'CHAFF REPORT?. The 1New Zealand Loan -.an'd M .rcautile 'XAgency Co. Linfite.l held. their usual weekly sale of grain on 21s? Deecuiber, when tlleiv-submitted I. at.l bgue of 1551 bags to an excellent attendance of the trade. Wheat, of .w,l:ich. the offerings were unimnpirtant, mniet with keen competition, and they -cleared the lot. Old sold at 3s 5d, and sumiill lots of fair new released 3s. ?-',. GOats showed no i)provemelýit, and. 'ery littlelibusine?s iwas traunacte. ; stoutish sold up to2s3, aol a parcel of inferio:" Algerians. brougat is 4. ? Barley ,vas in ioinewhat better request; fair malting. sold up to 3s 2;.d. A sm;ll parcel t, miaize realised'3s:ld. Messrs, ,ever, Onions and Co. report :-A. fair amount of business was done at our auction. sale of grain on the 20th? :Daeeinbher.- Wheat': steady, demand at 3s. 2d., 3s. 2i, ., prime new, and 3s. 5d 3s.- 5.d. old. Oats quiet, values not so strong as last week. Prime stout, 2s, Id good; 2s., 2s. O}d.; Danish, Is. 1...
THE FARM. RAISING TURKEYS FOR MARKET. MISS H. C DUDLEY, KENTUC[?]Y [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
, FAR M. , 1AlStING( TrURIEYS FoRl MARKET. S MIss H.. C;. b ?'DrLY, K.EN'UC Y. Raising tlrkeys' is` :i;ie' iraich i it farm iniiustry that hit 'paid `extreinely.welllt. dur-. ihg.the laInst few e'ers, Tiye aieta·n- lrir a for good Now Etipilluid turkeyh in the last 2' years i-o said:to dxrce-d 'nine pe,?ce.a pouai,i tilt I il?sy:probably, reach teu pence. La .t e;ar they hiad quick ,sale at T'halitkgiviitng for teni pence jt pound, ait Chri'stuiis for 10,i to l1d, and. at the close of the season woallht alve lrolught li-. While the fact that the price paid for dressed fowls, its well as for pillse red Ieedinl.g stock, is quite as high, it nuiit higher thi t it ever hits hieePrituriselies Incontestihle proof that the denii ai isli stil greater than the itlipply, Onti reastri of ii is that the ltusiness of raising Curkeys can not he satisfactorily cartried ol ailywhele e rcipt on lthe farii. a wide riange bellig Iigh .solutely necessary for Itlie health fiii' etl nii for the :life of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
S .?. " .. . "? . . ? . . . SUPO'RT LOCAL TRADESMEN W1HEN YOU C'N. o ori] o dha -4·? eg- icL : . . O ý m i..... -.- ..... -> i'. , ,. ublished every Saturday.; f st is-the leading advertising Mediumo'( o J LSUR.R:OUNDING DIST.RICT If',,, " BOOK}gfELLE]RS AND ri;:, ., STA T10 NER S! The ...Proprietors .. .:. : i LICIT tie patronage of the . ý' Districts through whichd t . . .. . . - .: ... . .. .. . . .. . . ·..-? , , . t ,bor Sall orders -for T.?tT entrusted Ito them are executed in good style at moderate rates and. withdespatch. and Stati-nory " requirements and sold at, and below Melbourne prices. ;;: ll.- the English Peiod aIs suipplidi t& ide1r MOIST OF THE SERIAL VOLUMES KEPT. IN ,STOCK" :a S " . .: o- / rA.,a'y a n, r i rd 1~1 Account Books e Photbgraphic Albums, Scrap Books and Scraps. MUSIC obtained to order . : . . . ..-. :,_ _ __ -_____________ (C t to !ll apsta aSa m 1 .NLVV i.. UN U iL. i, . i 1 J Ik 8tth ~te~8fte t, II~~~~~~rC~p (1 B :9s tO S"" I II1 V , L Ti...
NOVELTY, CAKE AND APRON FAIR. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
NOVELTY, CAKE AND APRON A4ýIrA N. PI IPo o++IY , A bzaam ii nt) ape o a 1e Cake and, iApron' Fair,:inaugurated by, members- of: he WeSleyan CI lurch, Sun bury, for the pturpo'e" of rai~ng fUhds . to 'renovate the: building, :.was opete& amid brilliancy at the Mechanics' Hall, on -l ursday afternim'on , bly ~ lit Brda. , All Wednesd'a anid the greater part 'o' Thursday preparatiois were in- prigre~t i for:-h,-antifyin.g the building -and. pre-- - paringthe' stall. The hl:dies managin , and assisting at the different stalls worked deligently? and froim their tasty ideas, and ,iuble fingers, came into being as by magfc, a wondle? ully p tty effects The many- points of beauty,:;blends pf ,.olour. etc.e were so nincely attuned that: the whole was most harmonious. T0oo much praise- cannot-: ib given to the ladies for : te past weeks ,of patient work, representing a -great. quantity ýol: time, creeriu:ly yielded- by-themi?t the call anI 4 in ti h ce us' irf Holy (hurich. A wartn tr...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
; - Ti C R"I C.IOEK .:E T. A criel at msath was played ,between Sunbuny and Gisborne on the -ground of the former on _Satrday. ..Ben Campbell, the local captain,woi' the. toss and sent Bob Eadcli and W- A.- -Eaidie to defend ..tho wickets against the bowling of T. Gardnei and A. Oakley., Play was very-slhw-foi a period as the batsmen fouincl f the' .boiwling "r.y difficult to manage and observed caution. Before long, however, Bob Eadie put a ball into the slips which was smartly caught by T. Grrdiner. 1-4-5. Ben Campbell joined Bill Eadie but was caught without scoring by OtLkley off T. Gardiner. 2--0-8. J. Feehan took the bat, but the game at this stage 'looked"very unfavourable for the locals, and he was clean bowled by T. Gardiner for .: -3-1-11., W. Campbell pairtnered Bill Eadie who was playing cart?Fily, scoring now and then. These two kept togetner for a time but. were eventually separated by F. Hughes who felled W. Gampbells" . wickets- 'for 8: 4-8--38. A. Oxenham made 5, E....
A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
#I:te ', down:. th ere at-' onc '':th"`e.. sai.d Appleton, addressing the . - ap; i. Sof.w 11ýae geantleinni ihe port gang v, '"i;te.l the captain to the officer S th the .antrn. I imn tired- of thisT Iii,,bu n in, I'11 give then just" five iinutes more law to 4?_nd their tmii;,' ' o f ad if theyv don't catch. him "b? theri' yhey must dci it wvithciut any' furither p? b oL iut me. mt , Vuia'rtun.tely my dity compels i?le r&lt;" :Vi, ga vith them, said MrA Biuniig. r ?mst ga through with the form of carry . Igg tut niy instructions:. I . Piloted, by the officer with the lante?rn,, *: ud ?nii nllowed by the crowd, who not onlyv o' i;"h rieed after us. but preceded .us by.all 'l? h `differuent stairways accessible, to ` hei. we descended to the main deck, a .. tl mwade our. w?y to the port gang aV,; " Awe eamo in sight of it, one sailor , at il standing there; talking down to. i~ ,'aome of, the men.o th? e teender. ,e .had. ' h`nnc-is back to ls, but, at the noise and con Sfi?"...
LUMINOSITY OF THE OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 24 December 1892
I irr w . it 11'O `Ot PW T ''CEANkt -Thb;) proceed8 14nY-ar leat ?variety ot dtarind oqganismns, sabzie; oft' augelatinous, ,andi. sOrt4e iIiauie 1a ll ,,animals. They ianstlSj sline whin ietttd by * blon% or by titittibn'ýi' thg` tslater" ti's' Zvi#'"c "a`'uh dart& ýaion~s, ior; or .tli hs, ýbt-5n~he' wake of a vea sel when the water closes on i~ trick ' .,Th eaezariujew su~tib ectsio stttdi more into resting too passengers orosiajn the Atlantioc than the iirnpti~t filirnce tllu4 presented o}-theisMi x:l.f:ofi 21lrt water the g"re t;£q\stinguisFer of fire, shotid he turned into tlauie rtia the dark :e.s of ;tight siiouI' ba hilluxnted by the I i'nirous glow wt i h thetii teS 'ereripple and )real sOn ev-er~y ware."oi': thhto lightning ".1-ils shhould concruicaate no'l-b rn the bil :oas of the sea. than in-,the.,clopds of the ate f act f which scize on tho iniagina Nor is the interest le-s-fnrlTdbytlhe know eulte th.tt aIl these ulte ninieti t are produced ,', utiul-i ~whcl! ...