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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

FOOTBALL NOTES. A football match was played at Broadmeadows last Saturday between teams representing Bulla and Broad meadows. The ground was very sloppy, and a small creek running through the cerntre caused a great deal of trouble to the players and amusement to the spec tators. In the first half neither side kicked a gaol, but it was the fault of Bulla goal-sneaks, who had numerous shots but only registered six behinds tb their opponents nil. In the second half Broadineadows put their whole 20 men following, and neces sarily the game was exceedingly rough, but the Bulla boys were quite at home at that sort of work, and after some nice marking, A. Mallow got a chance at nearly 60 yards, and placing it care "filly, put up a splendid gaol. After this the visitors got their socond wind and ran right over the locals, but through their erratic kicking only succeeded in scoring behinds. The final result was Bulla, 1 goal 10 behinds to nil. The following played well for the victors : W11al...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

IACEDON. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPOND?N1], Friday, .On Satuaday last a team representing Suiibury journeyed here to play the local twenty, and to all appearances had a "day out," their play all through being far superior to that of the locals the marking being especially brilliant. The final result was Sunbury 5 goals, Mace don 1. Those who played well for Macedon were-W. Quaife, Stapleton?? Bailes, MIullens, and Kendall. Not knowing the names of the Sunbury players I cannot praise any individual one of them, but still the whole team deserve' commendation for their united efforts all' through. --Ihave to record the sad death of a resident of this town, Mrs Pendlebury. The deceased lady died at her husband's winter residence, Newmarket, on Tuesday Mrs Pendlebury, ,who was fifty-seven years of age, was a colonist of forty three years, but has only resided in this locality four or five years. i A sad accident befel'a child of Con stable 'Kavanagh. The child was climbing on a chair from whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

Votices THE Sunbury News PUB?LISHE,D I EVIvSATURDAY All the News of the Week, -8d PRICE 3d. -0 Posted to all parts of the. . AUSTRALIAN COLONIES , FOR OR DELIVERED FOR .PER QUARTER 0 PRICES O CASH ADVERTISEMENTS:: - 1 }anted Servants 16 words 1 0 Wanei d Sititiotn , , 1 0 Board & Rsledc~enee 1 0 W-?,?ed to li ? . . 'uy 1 0 Sinked to Sell ,, ,, 1 0 oi'm Sale ,, ,, ýk .1 0 Ti nde- s . ,," 2 0 - Noticns ,r, ,, 2 0 M10etugs , ..... 2 :0 Lost loundl .' r. 2 0 _:. Oth.er. :ad rtist mn ?-ts:' per m- h .. ' ..-' , 3 0 staiding 1 Adver tisfentts at Resoniaible R ates as pote Agreement. - - GECN'ERAL Elei description of S..; ` P I IZ TI"b7(3 Executed withi neatness and despatch AT 1011 T .' ' ?APER & 11VK f!U TI Nd\L PRICESJ~ ` PINTtAING INCAL tilicumis . .a ni. Foi ns Labs, &c. - - - 5 . Notices. JVECJ-IANICS' INSTITUTE •& FPEE LIFRARY. SUNBURY. T E Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals and Mail Papers, The rate of subscrip tion for memb...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

NEWih S AND NOTES forwardedi to thi Argus ,Snowbill, in aid of (hei lelbourne Relief Funid, coi trilhuted by the staff of.tlhe :Sunbury .sylu :M?essrs J. :PoVwell £ 'l ,I Kioly iOs, S: iOrgani,:l os(3;?. Jasl Rutherfoid, ?l s Gd;, A Bec .s ? 5 .rnu nar s Gd , Dunn os ;SGiidenne, 5s J.M Douou glios; T. Boe b 2 6 T hSte'hso?i;o, 5s L : ????l; '2sd i;A. -,id . (d, ? i i isses Ss:an*?;a, 5s L.R9iu, 2 d K o ii -, Gd i;:: Mlu;pi pi' 2G ??r;13. HeM ly. 2s. A I..)aIv)e 2s..i?d M. \ L ox 2s:: (l ML O Sulhliva, 2s.(;d S, 'eopsls, ; (id; K. :'Oaldhaiglu,2. id; M.' G.. Shiiel MsA;d . Sige "i (d' . b A Byiy, 2s. d:; Hl ISI eeLiil 2s tldi:; A Buirtoni 2s i' O .\, s. G( M1r John A iloerin, O residing at Suni bury, and i.nrlietor of P'rmnanent \VWav, Victorian Wu ilways, from AMelblourne to Carlsruhli and lKihmore, received inti tuation from the head of the department on Thursday evening to the effect that all the purmniment way repairers under his supervision be iustructed to work only live days d...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

. "Be just aid'? :Fear not.'" SU UR5 SATURDA Y. , .a Diggers R? s ,Sri on .nt. st:aes': ii .'anotler column " that a .eting wa held at the lHotel, twL imht ago, for: he purpose of,?establiin? i g rbr an. oreameryn" in connection with the Romsey, 3MilkConcetrating B onmpany, at Digger's` Rest lThe Romnsey representative was present'and: evenually; after roceiviing the piomuised support tofa number of farmers aroiind the district it was def? iately decided ,:ct mdnLe abrach factory Ii?fact 'th matter was gone so far withi that a site was sIted t material eonyeyed otd he sp t". and, man despatched to siinervsi us ons tice tioi. 0ur correspodent infoiis itus that tlhis ndividuala fter mich ado abut: nothing," too lhis departuro and lrft the materials ar aboluVii t;.t.theo menircyof all weathers i U; orire eiidently: something 'iabominabTly. ý boiig about this an4d we, wouldstrongly adise:the faimeirs' of the community who Jplgedg their supiiport, to institute furtlier enqurn?rs from the...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF. The weather during the week has been fine intermingled with slight showers. The usual monthly police court will be held at Sunbury on Thursday. The coming municipal elections the chief topic of conversation around Sun bury. A concert in aid of the Melbourne Relief Fund will be held at the Sunbury Mechanics' Institute on Thursday week. An inspection of St Mary's Catholic School on Thursday, 16th inst. Parents are requested to send their children to school without fail on that day. The Rev. Charles Ford deliveredak?. muteresting lecture at St Ma ry's OChureb of England on Sunday evenitg last. Many of the farmers iyrouid this district complain thlt iasuflicien.t rai has fallen to allow of tLhir crops making good trog;ress. Relief Torks for the unemployed in Meibourne are being cxtended, \intV.r will be over in a Oluple oqf months when it is probable the.. ?untry will be in a more flourislhnt o-. dition..: '

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BANQUET TO MR. J. SWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

BANQUET TO MR. J. SWEENEY. -4-- A very enjoyable evening was spent at Sweeney's Sir John Franklin Hotel on Wednesday evening, the occasion being a " send off" to Mr John Sweeney, son of our popular host, who was to return to college to resume his studies on the following. (Thursday) morning, after the midwinter vacation. There was a large concourse of friends in attendance. The toast of the. evening,:" The hialth -and prosperity of Mr John Sweeney," was drunk with great en thusiasm. Mr Sweeney, who was greeted with cheers, responded in the following neat and characteristic speech :-Ladies and Gentlemen, on this, the eve of my return to my scholastic duties, I thank you most sincerely. for the many kind ex pressions of friendship I have received from each and every one of you since I came home, -and I also recall with feelings of pleasure the many happy evenings I have passed at the social reunions where such undoubted talent of. a high order was displayed. I shall not readily forget...

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LECTURE ON SAVONAROLA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

LECTURE qN sAvoNAROLA; The IRev W. Charles Ford lectuieo on ithe ibov subjectatSt hry's Church8 al o.Sunsday evening last. T Ilereiwasa:i fair conigregation, and the collectiion, which was in aid of the presenft distress, ,amounted to £3 9s. Gd...: The lecturer:i tegan by a brief description of northerni: Italy towards the close: .of .thia: I5th: ; century,more particularly with an accounit, of Ferara. and ,Florence. Sa;;vonolita Swas born at the forier .city int : ear 1452. He was oraigially destined for the. professioniof a physician bliit: dis appointment in lo'veturned hi: attentilon,: to religion adheind heveintually entredrt a moIinastery of tlihe :1Doiinicaii: order. situ-. atdi 'at 3oog?ia. Tfhei lie remainedi eighi yei-rs. Af er. an interval.hewent toi FElorence, tlhen and still, the. chief town of iTuscany.: B:i deglies ie beca?mei; famous for his preachiig and ,iot :less? so foi his ,politics liio enfterd very heartiloy iito ; itihe ipubl i i?np ??tlus contraibuted ..to- ...

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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL. (Monday, August 1st, 1892). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

GISBOtLTE SHIRE COUNCIL. h tJ (Monday, August 1st, 1892). The ordinary monthly mooting of the' r Gisborne Shire Council was held on o Monday. There were present:-Crs. d Allen (president), Lansdown, Gardner, c Woodward, Farrell. 'Cherry, Brady, Slattery, Callanan, and' Christian, MIN·rUTEs. . t .The minutes of the previous meeting g -were read and, co6ifirmed. conREdPONDENCE. 1. From Robert Allen, MIacedon, re questing council to have three chains f of clearing effected in? Margaret-street, and asking his son be employed as3 promised.-Attended to. - From William Taylor, Fern; Tree Gully, soliciting information as; to the amount bf salary the eingifi'ser,secretary, valuer, Callctor and Registrar, receives ' per annuim--Received. From E. G. Nicholls, requesting that i John 'Herisen, and Ri Yampling -be ' placed on the ratepayers' roll--Received. 0 From i C.E: Gates, Melbourne; asking t that Deiteiis': Lane;, commonly known as the "lbridge,"'receive- attention in the Smatter of, repairs...

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DIGGER'S REST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

DIGGER'S REST. (FROM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDUIT). About two months ago, at a meeting in the Oval Hotel, convened by a repre sentative of the Romsey Milk Concentra ting Company, it was decided, after securing the support of several farmers in the neighborhood to start a branch establishment in this district, the site selected being contigious to the railway station. In the course of a few days as in apparent earnestness of their decision, material arrived on the spot, closely followed by a man to supervise its con struction but who, after a good -deal--of- "much ado about nothing," took his departure leaving the material laying about exposed to the deteriorating influences of all weathers. Why, such apparent unnecessary delay,is an unsolved problem, and a little enlightment con cerning the same would be thankfully received, as the old quotation "hope deferred maketh the heart grow sick" is very appropriate on this occasion. They apparently seem to be working under the old axiom that "he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

%s Obout o~ sue to Scome as aiý:mei s, V e omc.s suýº 4' \ ahý ;.ti~tout wa~nre is Da9 ex us ac often 18Y~tMPL-PRR1D SfOr iý COI~liý a i ianyý o{ yo L~t"Fm m\L! aY ottoacfcecý PROMPT ocTi~oni oilory !m Sa-Vl ee vý .LCA~ A SNEnoh c~~hALWAYS C~lrtd CHOLERA)C HOLERAMoORDU 2flIARRHOER,DYSENTERY--&a :,;oº\ý SUMM'ER Co~iQLýýyý V/t oeVcO a C t A vWtt 'This medaceuitQ is £*Mt tOa~ c tr~oY4 t~v Iv8n'~. To b e otlhe so~c 6ieý 99 1m*' QOOda., haves ýt on ht .\n for sale byaIJI.DTLLPQ;Jf. ZRtlttyDAHVssý buu p..i ov I~rcr~rA READ NHEW s Medical cTHE WORLD'S FRIEND, IL A Cure for Piles and Fistulas, Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointment, whose action should invariably be assisted by judi cious doses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience wonderful case from this treatment. COUGHS, COLDS AND ASTHMA. The Ointment should assiduously be rubbed at least twice a day on the chest and between the sh...

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LIGHTS ALONG THE LINE. CHAPTER III. THE RED LIGHT "DANGER!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

6b?i-ITS feloO.NG THE blJ- E, CHAPTER III. TIIE nED LIGHT ""DANGER!" But the red light, shown bright, brings us up i?ght hasty ... . m Fdii when they show the "red," we know " there's "dauner on the linei' . 'li·iifouncd it' all,",, saidsPeytont; 'I'm' not artist enpol'.lh ;to:kalnpwl,,what10olor such a mixfitre would make, :but I have had enough of the 9greenii ana the'"red". to give any' man the "blues," even on Christmas Evel?. ,, . How thin a pitartition- often divides-a mystery from. its, solntion... If -Plhilip. Peyton haid only had prescience :to know, wlhat ivtas pssi~in the adjoining .conm partmentEofthe same carri:iage,.hemight Shave'subscibed to the adage, 'Coming eventsucat their:shadows before.' .rthere were, only two., :occupants. ,of it. ,They. were the two men - wlio had., been thrust into .the train just as it,started- from the Sydriey platform; and for the list 20 -:miles or more they had passed the time in a loyv-v.oiced, chuckling ,conversatign, punctuated by ,su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 6 August 1892

- : ,Business. W. CLAYTON, .Painter, Paperhanger SGL.IAZIER., Al. trade materials kept:on hand at, MELBOURNE' PRICE: - ESTIMA TES :"GIVEN o- oi 0Shagnassayy ::S reet, SUNBURY. BAKER 'GISBORINEh BREAD DELIVERED IN WEDNESDAY .. :. : o.:EYERY . Orders Taken for Paistry & Cake. J.WILSON, GROCER .AND GENARAL STORE-KEEPER, EVAN -STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All goods of the best quality. ' Families waited on for ordors. W!. J. Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENE RAL CARRIER- ;. WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO .JAOKSON AND HARKER STS. SUNBURY J. F. ounsey,'. MACEDON STREET, s.T: N'T3U ER" BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT Hoasse C(Aa. oULLY SaoD. T -. . . SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION George Barner, Business G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE, Builde rand Contractor Estimates given for every description OF WORK. PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. Collages Buil, small Depostl, balanJ: at Rent. All Communicaliont will receive prompt alteniton. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and Joiner, Furnitur...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

MACEI)O .. [tno ocu uwn coatias irisKNr]. F'ridaiv. As the mnunii ipal elections are drwilng near, I will say a word or two on the subj&dct. For this, thle Maacedon Riding (Gisburne Shire) two aspirla tSare coining forward, Mr I'atritk Cdaliann. the retir ing mnember, and Mr George Nicholls. Mr Calihnian. who was elected to this oflice sotie ten months ago, isa well-respected resident of this townshihip, and since his elect:on has give-n every satisfactio n and has ably looked after the interests of the ratepayers. The abore gentleman is actively canvassing the district, and judging from the amount of support accorded him I amt confident he must head the poll on the 25th inst. The other candidate, Mr Nicholls, whose name is associrted with the firm of Messrs J. Nicholls and Sons, of the Holybranei Brickmaking Plant, (Macedon), is also canvassing: the district energetically, but the general opinion is that this is an inopportune time for him to come forward as the present cou...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

XPLBOUBRVE ORAIN MARKET. Messrs Glover, Onians, and Coo : report (August 9) :-At our auction to-day we offered a moderate catalogue Grain matters generally quiet.. Wheat: Sales ot store lots; prime, to 3s 11d : medium, 3s 10d. Oats : Bright heavy stout, 2s 3d ; one prime line, s 3sd; medium. 2s Id; Danish, best, 2s Oid, to 2s lId : Algerian miilli,.', 2s 1.d1; feed, 2s. Peas : H.T., 2s 8l ; machine, 2s 7-1. laize : Pri'- oil red, 2s 9 : to 2s 10d ; damaged, 2ss 4d. to 2s 7d ; new, 2s 6d, to 2s 7d. liarlev : Demand good. for prime malting, 3s 9d, to $slod; Cape, 2s 7d, to. 2s Sd. FARM AND DAIRY IROD'UCK RKPORT. George Evans, Limited report: Cheese:--Prine imatured in short supply irom 7d to ,l per 1 l. Potted Butter, niew -'very little forward, fromli I 'V l to 11s 21t per lb. Fresh bitt.t..'- `vry large su ply to hand tuodav;- ;,id prices in counsequin, i' were'-f(iy' 2-(1 per lb, lower tha:n last week. The best iairies brouglht from Is :3d to Is 41 per lb: mediumn and mixed lots, f...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

POSTAEL NOTES Pist:l Notes" n\inyi.e oibtunled, an in.l \ l;.e" aluatl an··t:y.', [ol yy.% O ice the, Colony; bewren the horf 'o9 -.' and 8 in:: on wveek days Siturda ex". ceptid On dtul"day, 1 twee1 10 l nai.n She.., following are fl a ,,? in oni .: ? of tlh Ž otes-that will 1;iSkUtl andt1&1 price iai gui 1oithiun For a Post il Note of is or s G.Gd i..r' the pouldes . ?? . ' For a Postal lN\tot of -2' s1 ' ?S?d 3:s ;ds 4o O sthor 4 sp Gcda ,ftie.pouin1d "1. . F PtFor Postal Note: of os o r, , e- - Ir lonitid i o?. i1-t wo 7 o?-., tar .oustld ?ytb 'topf.]_ 11 n -, Gd.r s 1,s:'. . 't7-lie ou 'da :.is i -.i JThe hlnu of the ý Ott. fins bgeli so arranged that aiiy suiimi of shillingsda sixpences up to one )poiunld nwy rhe 'e nuitted by, iot morie thai tlio -o Notes. Shl uoild it bie diesiied to tiiiiissni broken suiimsof pence unoblit~iatestant p'-. not exceeding in value d., inay eaf fixed to the bIack of a Not. andt amount o( tihe Note und sta willbe. Shliould the spaces iii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

coiren as ýumme·e io`. ý ,'coTes sued C.\ ark. .ý kthou't w o00 cn fln;; kiO Da Often To toX. for , lcorný 31I_ altaM L PROMPT oAcTio '-I 'only r~ s avo' V%(i..T t Yr S s O!E'nehic~n rehav cur 0L tý4bYE A k1 S ý1nn' F''C:n~o rrrtý0,40 l"Y "[ilG`S DIARRHOEA ,DYSENTE RY aa `ý a\\SvtýR\R LCCMQ ý\\ti-ý CN/MOP4crn;cAr( it with -freet o~ct'" o' be oýýhf safe side eý iO dt NOWanh have. Lt ov% F\ana . For sale bealifrcLauZts. ýe i ),CRY 4FV15 , Fo.ý ý.ptOov I)H<E.R L. ' .,JdicjIl - THE WORLD'S FRIENtD. a r A ; iire tf'r i'lh'is uIIIuI Flstillas. Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointment, whose action should invariably be assisted by judi cious doses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience 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 quickly abate....

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

NEWS AND NOTES. There were, no important canses dealt with at tlhe Snibury Police Court ni: Weduesdaa', Mr C. II. Nicholsonli P.M., presided on, the Bench, and was assistea by Mr Olarkson, J.Pi. After a number,of small dtbct.:Ascs were, called. on, and the crier:of the; court responded . oitlr " Noappearance. of complainants or, defendants, Your -'Worships," the case J. Mounsey versus W...Grant, for £12 14s 8d, money due for goods. sold and delivered-and work and -labor done, was -hrought:"-on for hearing. The case lasted a.good time, cross-questioning, by thedefendant being largely availed of. Meanwhile it was remarked that the bench :was. dozi:g, but this state ment, proved: utterly unfounded, and after' all - evidence lhad been given, ,the magistrates made an order for the plain fiff for-£10 14a 8d, with-22s costs. . Numerous complaints are being made about the s ough state of the. gravel spread on the footpaths of the Sunbury streets. There is no doubt the gravel is: most disagr...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

".Be just od,: Fear noI.' - SS UXNB U R :,n S.AT UR DAY . THi Emuainicip eil' ectiOnis arie 'dtrawing nigh , aid the candidates:, lio have nom inted for the acncyn in the .West Rid ing of the Shire qf Biulha are making earnest solicitationa for the rarepayers .votes thrhoghout the district. For the riding in question Mr Evans will oppose Mr'Gellie, and botlih.seem fairly confident of success: -We, publish in another column Mr Gellie's: intentions: if -he is favoured with; reelection, They are sound, practical ieits; ahd point to the fact that he is well aicquainted with the requirements of the Sunbury Riding and the Shire. as a whole. Mr Gellie deals with a question of material import to the ratepayers of. the comunnity. We refer to the matter.of £1,000 loan out of the Bulla Shire towards the- construction of a direct liie of railway from Essendon to Bulla,. anid which was broached to Mr. Enuis sonme little time back. Mr (cellie dcnies empihatically that it was ever intended to supp...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. (WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 92.) (Before Mr C. H. Nicholson, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P.) DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 13 August 1892

SUNBURY POIICE COURT. (W.rnsil;ia , A-U"d:T 10, 92.) (Before Mr C. H. ~Ncyhiolson, P.M., and Mr Clarkson. J.P.) I)DBTS. Johnson siammoned Monaghan for debt, but ae there wvas?no appearance of either partie the,?ase was struck off tjie books.. Gilchrist and Son summoned P. Toorode, ' Monghani, and J...Foley for debt, but as none of the parties appeared; the cases were striiek out. J. Mouiisey . VW. Grant,_- laim for £12 1' 0d~ goods sold and delivered and work' id lahor done The defeiidan t aiduitited part cf the debt bui denied the. othei. : Mr Adounsr hancd the 1ills to the magistrates for examnation, and ertified as to. their correctness: He informed the berich that h ~i comilained, of the debt to defend?ft on tlhe 12th April, and since :that 'timie he had despatched two letters and a messenger to defendant but obtained no satisfaction. The defendant said le disputed the whole aRecount. as produced. The account should h'e compiled of two portions. Mr Mounsey told the police magis ...

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