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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

MACEDON. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDNT I. Friday. On Sunday a large concourse of people followed the remains of the late Mrs Hislop to the Macedon cemetery. The deceased lady had been ailing for a long time and a little while ago underwent an operation at Dr Dunean's private hospital at Kyneton. The operation was a most severe one, lasting two hours and a half. two large tumors being taken from the abdomen. The doctors present were Dr Duncan (operator), Dr Pestell. who administered chloroform, and Dr Daly. The operation proved too much for the patient and she died three dava afterwards : great sympathy is expressed for deceased's husbancd. Macedon Juniors v. Gisborne Juniors. This match was played on the Macedon cricket ground on Saturday last and re sulted in an easy win for the locals by four goals to nil. Goal kickers : Quaife (2) Doyle, Thomson. Those who played best for the visitors were:-Thomson, Memory, Quaife (2), McCrokillI, and Peterson; while Sause, Gardiner, Allen, Daly, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

CRICK E T. A meeting for tl:e purt ose of con sidering the advisability of re-organising the Sunbury Club, will be held at the Mechanics' Hall on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. F. Sheed ho. seec. J. Johlrn .ston lon, treae.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF. Great preparations are being made for the return staff ball, which comes off next Wednesday at the asyluni. The Oaklands Hounds met here on Tuesday. The dai was fine and the attendance large. The weather .during the past week has been mild and spring-like. The cricket season will soon be in. Our local men are taking the iniitial step to re-organise their club. Pilfering at the local railway station. For the benefit of the farmers gener ally, it would be better if a good deal more rain was to fall. There has been a whale noticed near Sorrento lately. Several unsuccessful attempts have been made to capture it. Fanning's new railway hotel was the scene of fun and jolification last evening, the cause being the celebration of its opening. The streets and "toe-paths" of Sun bury are a little more comfortable for pedestrians now. The cattle nuisance again.-Agitate! Agitate ! ! Agitate ! I Wreck of the barque Newfield. Nine" of the crew drowned, including the captain. "There ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

NEWB AND NOTES. We have, evidently, some of the thieving fraternity in our midst, which is regrettable in the extreme, and for the. sake of preserving the morals of our community the sooner they are taken under the protecting wing of the Governor of the Melbourne Gnol, or the governor of some other gaol, the better. Various items have been appropriated from the local railway station recently, and on Saturday night a small case of tobacco, the property of Mr Gilchrist, local merchant, which was lying at the station, was stolen and planted under the goods-shed for later use. The box when found was defaced as though an attempt had been made to force it.. , open, and a blunt instrument of some description had been brought into requisition. It is also very apparent that the miscreant, or miscreants, when . they resorted to hiding the, article, were disturbed in their contemptible piece of work, if not they would have carefully. carried it off the premises. At the Football match on Saturd...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

"Be jlustI and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. StPTRrMBER 3, 18192. THEg rumouir, that has gained currency at home and ibroad that it hlas been announced, and almost definitely, that the great and valuable mail service at present existing between Australia and the United States. by way of Sani Fiancisco is to;bu. discontinued is, a matter."ý't'- rbe: jreatly- deplored and! regretted. It took a deal of moral suaision and a lot pl. agitating to obtain thisservice, arid thais proved most valuable to Australian interests. hIt lhas beeni proved Xbeyohi, adoubt, 'tat as the time bhal elhpsed ?t has -,3 rL? yv~ been the instigation of bringing lhr these Southern lands into closer touch of vith" the great Republic of the hoi United Staites. A. valuable trade is ele emerging forth, and theire is an in- gu tercommunication between the people ne; which promises to be aw.mighty factor sio in the increase of their business re- of lations ii Niw Zealand, however, .can off ,hardly_ be expected to ,b...

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MR. MORNELL'S LODGER. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

MR. MORKELL'S LODGER. ": CiAPTER II. 'If the police hear of it they w-ill be coming and taking possession of every thing'; it will all get into Ohancery, or something, and we shall never see or hear of it again. So0-mind what yoni say," impressed Mrs Mornell upon her husband; and MDr MIornell7Was decidedly of opinion that-if anybodywas to profit by the treasure it had better be himself: It ij not to be supposed that such an' excitement could entirely cool dowm especially with 'so pjowerful a remind-ir at hand-as the dazzling mass. of gold-on, which, ,very'morning and night; both husband and wife feasted their eyes ;' its terror rand its temptation increasing with every fresh inspection. Unfortunately, this temptation; was rendered more powerful by their business sholwing no sign of improvement, and so the need of the.family grow greater and sharper.-' The week had passed,: the the-pe:iod suggested by Mrs Morniell for realisation: other weeks followed, brit the draper still refused t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

Ls.aooout 48 Sýc et C tame crxs Summ1ý'1,!C.s.. ýt nom Q. SuhaýýýY a.nh ruktlout waatnni t is Man 9evou soooaoften AIEYOt'AQEP1/?Z forilZ con/itn 2 f anyy ok youx an6 oar# ottafk~d. PRONPT 'aot . onlm Tn a WAs &V Q. l ýfe -Tot ,41EARS Gir ~cra CHOLEhRCNOLER4LORBU DIARRHOEA ,DYSENTERYmnIa Sa\\ t uMM% VaM lWA\~~( (V/y/(O wca stake et with ýQrfQect sace$>, Thlis mdictiQm IS olr Kil~er. To·~ be ovcthe sa4c s;de g e'l tore HOWanh have It oh Rana. For sale byalI. rupog s. ..I ýFRRLY;ýtý''^ýS 6.Fn;:apRrV15PraEi.Rý.. Ille'dical. THE WORLD'S FRIEND. A 'ure' for" Piles and Fistulas. Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointmtent, 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, ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [BY IRIS] [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

SP:Or O S TIN"G N OT'ES. eL. ý[BY lais] . To-day ?a: race meeting will be held ai.t -M'entone., The following are, my selections:{ - : TIME HANDICAP TROT. SPerth ... ... ... 1 BELLING HURDLE RACE. Pateena ... ... ... - ' Leona .. .. a . 2 Crossrail ... . ".. 8., FLYING HANDICAP ,, Berrigan, :,t , .. .. 1 Barefoot .:.. S, Radool .' .: : ' , HANDICAP HURDLU, RACE. ' M?)ikado II ... . .,. .'1. ' Cumburoona 2 ,Josephine . 4, .. g DISPOSAL STAKEI. Lieutenant,. :. . . 1': Nell Cook ... ... . 2 i delba ... ... .'. MINTONE H-ANDICAP Eurrs a .. E gF .. 's 1 --Dramatist or Tim Swivellei u 2 Daniel .3... L ** 8 BTEDcPLEC{ASE Liberty or Pot-8-OS 1 Dorinda ... .. ... 2 Delatite ... ... ... S The latest wheeze of the extra modest Harricts at Epping Forest is to cover the, feathers of their hats with snuft and cayenne pepper mixed. " If this - bwont keep them would-be kiss-in-the ringers at a respectful distance, I don't know what will." So much for guile :loss maidenhood. ,Jones. I don't care how...

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GISBORNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

GISBORNE. II[FOM OwR OWN CORnxsPONiRT]rr. Friday. The meeting of the Gisborne Council which you mentioned in last week's issue was to take place on Monday for the purpose of electing a president came off. However, there was no president elected for the ensuing year as a slight hitch seems to have cccurred. It appears that the usual notice has not been sent to several councillors, and when a motion was put to the chair to the effect that Or Lansdowne be elected to the office, the greater number of councillors donned their hats and irreverenlyleft the chamber, thus causing the meeting to lapse for want ofa quorum. I 'have not learned when the next meeting for electing a president shall be held. The weather, during the past week has been fine with variable winds. The' farmers' around are complaining that insufficient rains-have fallen to materially' assist the 'crops: The Rev Father Collins, of Mel bourne, secretary to the Arch bishop,- is busily canvassing this dis trict for the purpo...

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THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

THE OAKLANDS HOUNDS. Tile Oaklands Hounds met at Sun bury on Tuesday last, His Excellency, the Governor, and Lady Hopetoun, to gether with other members, arrived at noon by special train and after a little preliminary exercise in the' direction of '"Rupertswood," made a move along the road leading to Digger's Rest. The following riders, members and non members, were conspicuous :-Master 1eoDougall on Killariney; Lord Hope toun on Finance; Lady Hopetoun on Snowball; Glasscock on Tikawarra; H. Looney on Nordenfelt ;W. Bell on Never Say Die; McCartha on Loose Neck; W. Patterson on Creswick (or break neck); W.Williams on Hold Tight; Truer on Sweetheart ; C. Ryan on Roma; Branagan on Milkman; J. Griffen on Guess; J. Starkie on Ninepenny Rate; D. Barry on Operator; J. Anderson on Permanent Way; T. Clyne on Dough boy; T. Heffernan on Stable-fed; J. Wallace on Heels-up; Cahill on Come down; J. McKeon on Three Railer; Lind on Avenue; F, M[illett on Gap; J. Patterson on Dwarf':; C. Whelan on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

?volices THE Sunbury News. PUBLISHED EVERYSATURDAY All tlh NeWss of= the, Week, 3d, PRICE : 3d Posted to all parts of the? AUSTRALIAN -OR DELIVERED FOB 3 /3 PER QUARTER .PRICES OF CASH ,ADyERTISEMENTS: Wanted Ser lants 16 words 1 0 W anted Situation 9 ;,1,s 0 To Let Bouse , k 1 0' ;anted toi ;ll ..1 0 oe. et s . .... . 2 0 Sper unch . . 3 ,, Staudit.g Ad reitsmerints at Resonable , Ratcs as -per Agreement S:.- 7 ------ o: ? .x1-"? ? ' r- : ~GENRERIAL L . . - E4yidesnription ofd PLAIN SAND tPRINTING Executed iWith'neatness and despatch AT 'LO?-AH - RUMUNERATIVE PRICES P AINTIN'G IN ALL COLORS-A SPAP & IIVK AUCTION I LLS "· P'l ~jiHandbill s . Pispei tuse. 5AxPI Js ol -wARID o ArtLIcATIOx. . u rdua &Son .1; ··- rq'.eo.I · Notices. Jv?IECJ-~I NICS' INSTITUTE S & FREE LIBRAI~Y. - SUNBURY. TIIE Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals and Mail Papers. The rate of subscrip tion for members is as follows:-10/- per annum, 6/- per half year, 3/- pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 3 September 1892

BW. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND . r.JAZIEz J. 'All trade materials kept on hand at ~ELBOURNE PRICE, - -o ES TIMA TES': GIVENa - S. Shlanassy Street,' SUNBURY.. BAKER GISBORN E. B:. AD DELIVEHnD I :. WEDN1EUDAY :." EVERY . -Orders Taken or P.astry & Cake. WILSON, GROCER GENERAL; STORE-KEEPER, -'EVAN STREET. ~OPPOS.ITE NEW POST OFFICE. :: :'? goods of the best quality. S Families waited on for ord~rs :W ,J. Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOOD.MERCHANT " ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO SJAQKSO AND HARKER St.. SUNBURY. J.. F.. I~iounsey, .MACEDON STREET, STJ.NBUP. S:BLAiSMITH WEIEELWRI HT : ;:Ho:asas CAREFULLY SHOD. C r, VO" PALACE, STIINETB T TBRY. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION -Fr Families, and Visitors. Clarges Moderate; . G'orge Barnes, Proprieor. BuRsine. G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE, B uilder and Contractor 'Estimates given for every description O'F WORK. `PLANS' and SPECIFICATIONS I Prepared. Collage: Buil7, small Deponts, baoamce a :-a Rent, All Commu icat...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

[FRO oUR w Co0RES'EPONSENT]. Friday. Some short time ago th? Government decided to spend £1000U in re-:urnishing and re-painting the Governor's simuier residence, Upper Macedon. Painters were advertised for through the Govern ment Labour Beareau at seven shillings per day, but the painters would not at cept this rate of pay as they consider it was not enough. I think it wtould be better for themt to have accepted it rather than let the contractors get it just tu keep their staff of hands employ ed. Mrs O'Brien, a very old resident of Upper laetdon, died yesterday. The deceased has been ailing for a long time from a can-er in her breast and her demuise is considered to he a happy re lease froum her sutTerings. The deceased is mother to Mr J. O'Brien, fortuman at Guverltmueut House, Upper Macedon, and P. O'Brien, station-master in charge of .landenong taitaYay sation, and late uf Matedun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 92). SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

:::--B;ULItA^SHIRE- C ~OUNIL -: (MosiAY, SEPTERMBR 5, 92).. SPECIAL MEETINXG. A special meeting of the Builla Shire Council was held at the Shire Chamber on Monday. The business was to elect a polling day and appoint a returning officer for the West Riding of the Shire. It will be remembered that the election should have been hel-d on the day on which the annual municipal elections throughout the colony took place. namely the 25th ult., but owing to a misfortune in the shape of the appointed returning officer failing to put in his appearance the election stood adjourned. There were present.:-Crs M'Auliffe (president, in the chair), Starkie, Loeman, Mal.~o, Mcl)ougall, and sec-eiarv, Mr A. F. Daniel. The retiring eouncillor Mr Gellie was also. present a fe.w_minutes after the meeting commenced. Cr Loenian stated as this was a special meeting of conneil he would move that council tesolve into committee. Cr Starkie did not see the necessity of council going into committee, as, acaordin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

SBuses. TW-. CLAYTON, , Paih teo 'Paperliaitger A KZIE R1 All tradle naterials kept on:hand at: SE EDNSTIf'ESDA 0^"'O Sanas S treeit; SSU'NBURY.: 8. W-7iBWAWL O irds oTen . for e GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANTE b Ew p.:OSENEW PO.ST OFFIC.;IC ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER ST8. SUNIBURY. . J. F. Mounsey,,'. SMACEDON STREET BLACKS111TH. WHEELWRIGHt HORSES OAREFULLy' SHOPi.. SUT B-T T -U SUP AERIOR AOCOMMDATION 'or+ Famili esandy Viitrs charges Moderate Giorge Barnes, i.o;-d" R DR P rofreAI: a?. fG.: -S. Matthews. S SYDNEY STfREET, ,.YARRAVILL E, B uilderand Contractor Etimiate given for every diesript , ges - uilt, small Deposi;s, baiance %receve romp t attention. irederick -Lee, Oaipenter and Jo iner . *:? '.?F ;-, . ^ '^,-;: ,°*** - ;* -,. ? '!- .,,':1 ,,:.?;.murtnitureA mdl.e : q .order,: ; . UPHOILSTERIH^ I e POLISUERE *^Rc"pairs and ra-sltuffig ?al dorn. . ivaery and'Bait SLfbles ROYAL HOTEL Sunbury. SHores - and Buggy on Hi? ' :;AB 'ii'TEETS ALL. TRAINS.: ti-Fks 6d. PER HALF MILi...

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MR. MORNELL'S LODGER. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

CHiAP Trlt: II li. 'Satisfied! Settle!'-echoed the drapar; 'I should think so! Will you just step inside, my dear sir? Aly wife and daughtei,' he added by way of introduc tion. 'This is - ' But he stopped here on seeing the palpable start given by each of the young pieople and at bearing their siniul taneous exclamations. "Oh father," cried the girl, "this is the gentleman of whom 1 was telling you, wn,- o bravely defended me" from that i fia' vwho---" 'OI no, interrupted the stranger with son eminb lrssinent and a heightening of cu:?.ro 'I. really cannot take credit for b ;,?ry in any form:. I am very glad to find that it was Miss Mornell to w?hont I as ias'ble to rcirder a"' trifling service; and to se 'tlhat she hais reached home i safety My Tanie is Brons He said ad few u oida to Mirs Mornell and then the party :seecmed .thorou?hgldyI at honle with .e'iah other. The c rcumlstsnces were palpably favor abll to' geniliv for not' onily was the :oung strangetr the hero wivobhad de Sf...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

NEWS AND NOTES. We regret to state that Mr D. Barry, who has been -officiating as acting postmaster at Sunbury during the past two months has taken his departure from amongst us, his successor, Miss Hellsten,- formerly of Woods Point, having arrived here by Wednesday evening's express and taken" charge on the next day. ' Barry was much 'iked :here,-. both i his private life ind official capacity and we are only echoingo the feelings' of the people of Sunbury when we say we are sorry he has gone. Mr Barry received instruc tions": to 'proceed - to:" Chilteru.. We may mention that it' was a bit` of bad policy on the part of the .'department to send : Miss Hellsten here until the new post-office was properly completed and everything' made comfortable, as the conveniences are not extensive enough at the present ."make-shift~ for sny female,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

No'fkes. JvIECJ-laNICS' INSTITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. SU NBURY. .EE Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals and Mail Papers. The rate of subscrip tion for memLers is as follows:-10f- per annum, 6/- per half year, 3/- per quarter. Application for Membership, and Letting of Hall, to be made to the Secretary, or Caretaker. Open Daily, Sundays and Holidays excepted, from 9.30 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. --I. C. Just. hlion. sec. M ISS DWYER will be pleased to receive puipils for PIANOFORTE 'or pir tieulars,-Apply St. MIary's School, SUNBURY. - PIANO AND SINGING. CISS CARSE who holds a certificate -of merit'froRm ItEdesdunrEiq; ,Pro: essor` of Music, Melbourne. and who has hadi some years' professional experienice is -prepared to give iinstruetiou in the aboýe ?subjects,-Address, Oorik ule, SPasley-street, Sunibury. Shire of Bulla. NOTICE. N OTITCE is hereby given tli any person aowingi Horses o ite cattle to wnder in Sunbury-?Tsbhis vwill `be prosecuted.' . o -3y order ...

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RETURN STAFF BALL. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

RETU ?N STA FFI' BALL. A BRILLIANT GOAIHIRING. Tie long looked forward to return ball to the staff of the Sunbury Asylum, rn the shape of fancy dress and mas nnerade, was tendered at the Asylum Concert Hall on.Wednesdcay evening. The weather, which is always a very great desideratum on_ .such occasions, was. during the day. very threatening, and looked much Ike as if it was going to niar the wholepleasureof the evening. l unri"ig the morning and afternooli large blacki.elouds hung low in the heavy leaden' atmosphere, and light ihoi'ers f.ll in'ermit'e itly. As' 'night ap proachdd, however, the clouds broke and re:n ;i .cI thin and streaky, allowing the moo-:-beam rays to penetrate them sufficienly iw611 to :.guide: those who corntemplated participatinig in the enter tainment along the road and z up' the avenue comfortably. The hall was taste fully decorated with delicate and artistic taste,; the walls and- rafters of Jhe ceiling being hung with evergre??s,frroid.s of pine trees, and...

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