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LIGHTS ALONG THE LINE. CHAPTER I. THE GREEN LIGHT—"CAUTION!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

6blTJ-iTS aLoOJvG THE bl6j'E, CHAPTER I. THE GREEN LIGHT-"CAUTION !" Do you believe, my reader-gentle or otherwise-in the assertion that 'coming events casttheir shadows before?' )0o you subscribe to the opinion that- '"As, at the tramp of a horse's hoof on the turf of the prairies, far in advance are closed the leaves of the shrinking mimosa. So, at the hoof-beats of fate, with sad forebodings of evil, shrinks and closes the heart, ere the stroke of doom. has at tained it?" Well it doesn't much manter. Yo'ur view of the subject will scarcely be altered by mine, nor will mine be swayed by another's; so that, after all, we might as well 'keep our own private opinion to ourselves. .But bear with me to the end of this narraitive concerning Philip ': Peyton's ~presentinient, and all that came of it. "Until I heard about Peyton's. affair-nay, -became one of the actors in iti never had faith at all in preseanti ments. I in , by profession e detective. It is nmy business to follow out the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

:W. CLAYTON, ' . Painter, Paperhanger AND GILAZIER,. x41 trade ateilals kept on an d at S-o ESTIMATES GIVENo O'Shanassay Street, .. UNBURY. BAKER Orders Taken fora Pastry & Cake. -r J. W ILSON, GROCER AND GEN ERAL STORE-KEEPER. EVAN :STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST IOFFICE. All goods of the best quality. Faiihies waited..on for orders: W. . Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER ST. SIJNBURY J F. ktounsey, S MACEDON STREET, 3LACK.S'MITH. WHEELWRIGHT HORSES CARUFOLLY SnOD. Geor Bar es, i : Business G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor ?Estimtegivenfor every idescription OF WORK. .PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS ::i'Prepared. Collages Bul't ,,small .Deposts, :bala?t< e : al ?nmt. ::All Comm?nucitio)id otil receive promnpt allenlion. Frederick Lee,: Carpenter and Joiner, Fuiniture made to .order, ,,PHIOLSTERER FRENCII POLISHER; O'SHANASSAY ST, Repairs and re-slufng neally done. Livery and Bai...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

A meeting of the Return Staff Ball Committee was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening. There was a goodly attendance of members, and it was agreed that a Masquerades and     Fancy Dress Ball be given on Wednes- day, 7th September. It was also resolved   that tenders be called for the music to be furnished. The follwing are the ore:nieship inmtches to be played at ,?Mehbamnne to-, day:-Carltua v. Nai:h Mh lb >,,m, au M. C. C. ground. .Fitz.oy v. PoLt Melbourne, at Fitzroy. Sni:,h Mel bourne v. MAlh'i-irne, at S. 1. C, ground, St. Kilda v. F .otscray, at St.. Kiltca, essenadon v. Wescen DisXrict, at WVarrnambool, Gcolong v. Tasmania, .at Tasmania, The last two matches do not count fur the p:enice'ahip.,

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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LIGHTS ALONG THE LINE. CHAPTER II. THE GREEN LIGHT—"CAUTION !" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

htGJ-ITS fAbOJNG. THE IJi4E,. CHIAP `ITE II:.. " flie GREEN LIGHuT-`"CAUTTON !? It was Christnias Eve ii :Sydney, and ifie preparations for enjoying a right mnerry season were "getting. the steam up" to high pressure. Among those' who werie waiting for the 'out-going Western train..nwas a-youing man of regular Saxon type of countenauce, but whose manly. `face, frank and free as it was,, wore: a pcipleexd and anxious espression. More than once he took, from his pocket a telriaml and perused and re-perused it. It was fromn the Bathurst office, from Spottisnoode Balderstone to Mr Phillip Peyttn, of Sydney, ahd'its lahguage was simply this :-" Join me at Bathurst by toenight's -inailtrain. Important busi R.Gss.' As the. reader-.of this journey comripelling document stopd at the ex treaiity. of- the platform. puzzling over its ;meaning for th. twentieth time, thore wias a click of tha lever working ,,he ir~n iods-,o f a. semaphore close by, and as the glass swngr over the lantern iays th...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

FOOTB113 LL Ž\OG)lS Th1.Iu buzdhury footballers ,lout oy to Mluccrdui1 to dtry coiicuinoii twithte teaym of thlinttow~n to-d( 1he .Sunbui3 ~teiux 'iwill heu chiowu m tthe flloYwiiin - \.idci son - 'Brton, - hir~eu, O :antipbel, (ri;~:.e.J.Capbell Close, Vuood (2), Eachie' u).Q Farn e1Iy, 1-Itiaium ilh 110 grins, Mec(raphi,. MouliiseA (2) Oween, to muet attllte lo.d :raailwayiw station at 1'o'eloulk slonwp Oui Stturday; the ,Stuubnui Juniors journeyed to Gishborne to play a junior team at that place. The weather was extremely fine and the field in splendid order. Sunbury won the toss, but no advantage was gained in this direction as there was no sign of wind, quite a calm prevailing. The following were the players for Sunbury:-AInder1soIL, A. Boardman, Clayton (3), Endic, Ford, Elliott, Gugger, Hamnmerly, Hayes, Heffernan, Bent, Norton, Mounsey, Foster, Winters. The best players for Sunbury were:-Ford Anderson, Baines, Mounsey, Winters Hanunwrly and Hayes. For Gisborne: Erskine, Firt...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

SPURTING NOTES. T[B IBais] T .he .A.T.O. hold their Grand National meeting at. Caulfield on the Ith prox. ..The weights for the Grand National Hurdle Race and Steeplechase appeared in this week's Spo ssmo. The.distance for'the Huidle is 24 miles, and for the Steeple, 4 miles. Myý old favnorite (Redleap) heads the list in both .events.- He is asked to carry 13.. stone in the Hurdle Race, and 13 stone 121b in the ..Steellechnse. Whichever race Mr Miller slhouldielect to start him for lie shllild about win, butI should advise rn readers to stand off until the day, as, froutwhat I can learn there is a pro bsdility of this big gun not sporting Silk for either e ceut: In the.. Hurdle lit(iqIjxth Redlqep out of lle ,p)p tlihke: thil following named 'half-dozen, one of '.which is likely to .supply .the inner, viz:"1foo 0 Pilot, Doniald, Pioieer, Fireking, and Tini Swivellor.The hineri of the Steeplechase should comb folii onie of. the following, ,iz. :-Sir WXilfred. I Weniman Fearless II.i,...

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MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

M&IL CONTRWTS. The following maoil conti acts halea been euitered nto for the 'year ending June 30 S -:3-To and fromn Sunbury and Buttlejork three days ai week, J.. B. Starkie £8 17s od.-To and from Post office and Railway-station, Bolinda oetrip prler day, Geo. Homes, £12.-To' and fromi Post office and Railway-station Romsev, six trips per day, W. Punch, £25. To and from Monegatta and Mon egatta Railway-platfori, i twice a day, E Briggs, £13.-To and from Romsny and Sprinmgfield, three dcays a week, W. Shfeelihin £22. 1--To and from Romsey and Tikawiara, three days a week, H. Green £2 -lTo and froii lRoisey amud Kei&, three ulavs a week, R. Scott, £19. ioiandfr-om Laniceteld and Emu Flati via Goldie Nobti LState School and Nulla Nulla, t o days a week, P. Mitchell, 35,-To o and fron Gis'horne Rnailway statioi '11il Gi borne, via Po t-offhi Ne G-tshorie, twice am day, J. ur y,i £oO -Tu 'aiud fromut (isboi c 'andl B ii lhngarook via iullhinarook East, tihre days a week...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

The i eather during he ast few days has beeiin fine and phlei saus :,~, ihe corning iniuniciip.id- elf tions parr ausing a good detil of i>, icst locally :> A lot of tceessary jrepairs are., being oxecuted on the streets of Sunbury A local resident iearly ;xpeieniced a damaging conflariition recentlyv A le(tnre at St Miaryb Church of Erngland toni=orrow et ening. - By all appearances the" Rturn Staff Baill will prove a greatisuccess. Theie has been no " ootbaU match played at Sunbuli for sotue'weuiks. Why is this thlius Patients at the Lunatic ? Asylum lare expiring in nnibeors ltely Four moreideaths to chronicle through old staniidling~diseases since last isabue The farii sregire more rain- for the btenefit o their dtoe s : The- istoine Shire Qouir il::si it on Monday Tlihe Jikson -street "White Elephaio, still in operatioiln great deal of distress still prevalent in the countryi and the metropolis. A gang of burglars and thieves brought up by the 'ietropolitian police the ot...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

NEW `AND NLOFS e The 12 noon tain from Bendigo to Mclbourni arri ed at tlheSuobi station an hour and a half late } ester(lay lnch mifortiunsi s cind a deal of a`nnoliance to minyi people in the train The cause of 'the delisy - wa thtit one @of the, tubeýfth =en inif c i mend eilkingr thibelif. e tiigitiine c tieefii e driver and lfiubnnii ' pa cleld her up'" untilarri iýiI at 'Kyntoniwhnli an ;old 'stand bywaobtoitined whichli cbnieyed t~he a~riag~e and ian asiar asAYoouenc yvl hei, .a cmptent_ engine was ;coupled n, andl goodl prlogress waas made :after leaviug there with the journey.' Soiime b iiiessI en ii ho h.'itd elei to Sunbiuiuiiv ini A1i morning ndi reqiired to get back Sthis ti wlf l linl the3l foUdtf sl he was late procerile to the poit-odffic vith the tinteni oii ofleslpatuh ig somie tlegramns to .I iJbuioi t hiut the . ha rd-worked " ilieiola-iuuold" nio(yl be madet to hiai tie rap rap, rp,at fli windolw, no doubt thi ougl" ite ioise m Ide by the click, eliek, diel cf t...

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THE FOLLOWING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

THE FOLLOWING NIGHT. On Tuesday night an adjourned meeting of Mr Evan's supporters for the comning election of the .West Riding of the Shire of Bnlla was hold at the Mechanics' Hall. Aboiit the same number of gentlemen as on the previous evening wecre in attendance; and Mr Clarkston, again oocupied the chair. The secretary, read an apology from Mr Evans for his non-attendance to the -effect that-there wis illness in the family, and also ai letter containing his inten tions if elected a councillor: The following is the -text :-" Mr Chairman and Gentlcmen,--With refdrence toa irequest thiat I attend a meeting on Tuesday.y evening by a committee who met oii Moniday oenin for the purpose of suplforting me through "the coming minunicipal election for the West Riding of the Shire of 13ulla, a vacancy occuring through Mr Gellie retiring by- effluion of time; I am unfligncdly sorry to state that I canilnot attend the mieeting owing fo' my mother bihg in a stiate'f illness It was desired, I ...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

MACEDON. .(FRnoM OUR OWN coRRSPONDENT). Friday.; The Macedon recreation reserve was the scene of great excitement on Saturday last in. the match Macedon versus Gisborne. Both teams were iwell rep resented. W'. BrIdy lcd the Gisborriites and.Willey the locals. Splendidjweather prevailed without the usual blksteimg wind. The game was very eveinly con tested throughout, the superior goal kicking of Gisborne winning them, the match. The final result-was Gisborine 3 goals 5 behinds: Macedon 1 gaol 4 behinds: goal-kickers:-Gisborne, Walsh Gardiner, Whiteoak. Mecedon Kendall, Those who played well for Gisborne were Whiteoak, Kiely, Mullcns, Brady, Hogan, Walsh. For Maaedon: Bailes, Collery, Kendall; Bowen, and Qunife. W. Firth made - satisfactory umpire. The local twenty of footballers Will engage in a friendly game with Sunibury to-day. Macedon-will be represented liy the followinug :-Willey (c), Kendall, Thomson, Bowen(O), Kiely, Whiteoak, Qiaife(3), Collery, Nicholls. Gardiner, Bailes, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

A'olices TuE Tlll. Sunbury News I'UBILIS HE D Lv En SATUR DAY 0 11.11 the, Newis of the Week, Posted to all 'parts of the AUSTRALIAN CO0JONIES F F R RDELIVERED FOR> 3:f PER QUARTER --0 PRICES OF CASH ADVERTISEMENTS: d d Wantd to Sellants 1 words 1 0 1 an ed Situation ~ 1 0 To Let H~ouse ,, ,,, I 0 ord & Residence ,, ,, Wan'ed to n .. ,, ,, 1 0 Wantedto Sl . , , ý,Fýof Sale » , 4, 1 Noti es . ,, °+ 2 0 M1leetuin s . . , 2 0 Lost & J'uud... ,, ,,h r.2 0 OtJer ad u ti't m uts p.r mb i . ,, , R 0 3 Stauding'Avdeti:rnents at Resonable. nRates as per Agreement. --GENERL_ rin~i~j~ting ;·t Every description of PLAIN AND P IINTING Executed tiuL neathtess and depa tch ~AT'LOWS T~ RUMUNER ETIVE PRICES PRINTING IN ALL COLORS rArz1'r& INK AUCTI [N ILIA S - TilL-AT [iiCAL IUtiLLS blHOW BILLS Eedio Puted' Lands Posters lllllllearlsQ l2an(blJs Prborarunies MI'aose L rms Labels, &. sorry ,vonwangst or S.vivaclok 3AMI I , FIWlt)I ONAI'irjLCATION uan IBoaadaui &a...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

' Be /usl/ and 'ear not."' | SI^NBT .'SATURDAY. ' - .huJuLY, 30, 1? 892. W. lATTEtSin ?connectiohn)itlr .th ?rniini cipalu eletions, twliu? take placeh on ' t0ler 25th f Aug st aie going :on tbriskl il th1e-srthREdiuhgn hof t -ll ahire orAx M FDongalli OnklaiisJun tion, fo r i the ": E ast' Ridi ng;- and Or Jnmes Giellie, ..Supburyio te e ,Riding'retiire.-These corucillors:retire by., ieffuxoionof timeo-buti aref eligibls e ii'forre 'eletion siould they. desirie 't.o ''ontest again ForthEast.tiWngn-we are not .awaic ho many candidates are breasting tlhe tape. .l 'as a fact, we understand thiat- for the - est Riding, *Mr Brown' wlihostood previously for. tlii sEmre riding, bbut was defeated by a "consideraiible niiajpity, once moreinatendcd seeking unica nors,fbutwhen -waited on by a commlittle iof riJai'8 stupporters who wore deputed for the pqrpose of asking him. to, resignI' romnilthe i'ldi ifnfavor of Mr ;Evans ,'he Coipheiii ciwi? the request Mr Gellie is tading ag consequently ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

Business. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND GLAZIER All trade materials kept on hand at MELBOURNE PRICE, ESTIMATES GIVEN O'Shnassay Street,   SUNBURY. S. EDWARDS, BAKER GISBORNE. BRnAD DELIVERED IN SUNBURY     WEDNESDAY EVERY     Orders Taken for' Pastry & Cake. J. WILSON, GROCER AND GENERAL STORE-KEEPER, EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All goods of the best quality. Families waited on for orders. W. T. Parkin.   UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER Sts. SUNBURY J. F. Mounsey, MACEDON STREET, SUNBURY BLACKSIITH WHEELWRIGHT HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. COFFEEE PALACE,   SUNBURY     SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION For Families, and Visitors. Charges Moderate. George Burns, Proprieter. Business G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor Estimates given for every description OF WORK. PLANS and...

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A PUBLIC NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

A PUBLIC NUISANCE. We must draw attention to the de- plorable condition of the outhouses ad-   joining the Subury State School, which, is literally disgraceful. The refuse and poisonous matter is allowed to lay there until it becomes noticeable to even the ordinary passer-by. Besides being a   public nuisance it is one of the first things to originate cotageous diseases. There are a large number of children attending the school, and if this state of affairs is allowed to exist much longer people will be disinclined to send their children to shcool at all. The contrac- tor for the deposition of this night-soil   receives his money regularly, but is   most negligent in performing his duties.     The inspector of nuisances was com- plained to last Wednesday; but nothing seems to have been effected since that   time has elapsed. We would suggest   that this wrong be attended to withou...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed.] ROMSEY IMPERIALS V. SUNBURY JUNIORS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

CORRESPONIDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our corres- pondents.-Ed.] ROMSEY IMPIERIALS V. SUNBURY JUNIORS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) In the report of the football match, Romsey Imperials v, Sunbury Juniors, played at Lancefield Junction on Satur- day, 9th inst, I notice a mistake has occurred in the Romsey Examiner. The report distinctly says that " the third goal kicked shortly before the close of the final quarter was dis- puted by the Sunburyites, and, the umpire justly refusing to alter his de- cision in their favor, they walked off the ground. The Inperials claim a victory by 3 goals to 1." Now, as a matter of fact, the umpire gave the goal against Romsey, and would not alter his decision in this direction, so the Imperials retired from the field not the Sunburyites as stated. Hoping you will be good enough to insert this--I am, Yours, etc, ARTHUR BOARDMAN, [I certify that the above is correct and that the match ended in a draw, ea...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

POSTAL NOTES Postal Notes may be obtained, and will be payable at any Money Office in     the Colony between the hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. on weekdays. Saturday ex-         cepted. On Saturday, between 10 a.m and noon.             The following are the demoninations of the Notes that will be issued, and the price charged for them--   For a Postal Note of 1s. or 1s. 6d. the poundage is ... ... ... ½d For a Postal Note of 2s., 2s 6d.,   3s., 3s. 6d., 4s., or 4s. 6., the poundage is ... ... ... 1d For Postal Note of 5s. or 7s. 6d., the poundage is ... ... ... 2d For a Postale Note od 10s., 10s. 6d. 15s. or 20s. the poundage is 3d The value of the Notes has been so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may be re- mitted by not more than two of these Notes. Should it be desired to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

"'is 00 out as seS come. as ýUmlneý s, -ý COhQs suCOet\Q On . is ýdnlinr~u1 a~cl ofte o~oA4PEYŽ-PROM'PT a RiDc o nly m ad! savrV f'h athA A '4bYEA R LOYS uy flIRRRflOE1 ,1YSEN TRY.c a ýb l t' 2C 5rsti ,Av,9 140#-6ccr'c( srFt wX Fuo W`3 t~ti:.t. "_.ýf,ý_r ark sZ4\ta. x' pc py p ,as S-arr";ý.(ýa sbc~ct.I 1. iltfeica/. THE WORLD'S FRIEND. it I. ý" I ýA VE;; A tiut' for 'ildes and Fistults, Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved -and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling andt healing Ointment, whose ascion should inuvariably be assisted Iby judi cioust deses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soonexptrience wonderful ease from this treatment. COUGHS, COLDS AND ASTHMA. The Ointment should assiduously be rubbed at least twice a day on the chest and between the shoulders, when the symptoms will gqickly abate. No medicines are more efficient in chest Compilalnts, none can be used with equal iTelyty and certainty . GOUT AND RHEUMATISM; SThese are unjlouhtedly BLooD DIS...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. MEETING OF MR EVAN'S SUPPORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 30 July 1892

THE WEST RIDING ELECTION.   MEETING OF MR EVAN'S SUPPORTERS,   A meeting of gentlemen favorable to the candidature of Mr. Evans, for the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla,the election for which will take place on Thursday 25th. August, was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Monday evening. The vacancy occurs by Mr Gellie retiring through, effluxion of time. Mr Clarkson was voted to the chair. He said there was no doubt everyone present was aware of the cause that had brought them together that evening. It was a meeting of the friends and suppor ters of Mr Evans, to form a committee and make other necessary arrangements to secure his return for the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla. He said personally he had nothing against Mr Gellie, who he found thoroughly honest in all his dealings, but still he had no representative capacity. He left himself too much in the hands of other men. In Parliament a man represented the whole of the colony, but in the municipal coun...

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