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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

Business. UPPLARGET LCIRCUL TLATESD IN HEN ELEOU CRATE. Districts through which the timate that .all orders for....... 14 Tr Published every Saturday.le, at A It is the leading aiverting indium of Jn SURROUNDING DISTRICT.n Gold LARGELY CIRCULATED IN THE ELECTORATE. C .s Sivfr a Proprietor e . SOLICIT: the patronage rofthe el istricts through which the tn sIRCULATESi and beg to in S timate that all orders for go I~RINTING entrusted to us are SF executed in good style, at moderate rat s, and with despatch. t F NCY and Plain Printing in of tEall Colors of Paper ond Ink. is greater.ION Bills Posters in Eall Colors ofthe Ranbow. ARTISTIC ork inC , ''NEWS'' OFFICE, BrSook Street, S UNBURY. Price 3d. -- Read the "News" -- Price 3d. 4 ·· i ' B3 uslness, CG PA I-I A N /I PERMANET FODT ROT CURl / The Ovioura has now been pr, ed to be the (trrin an .. .'. ,ý;.," ..... but iý a Preventativ,. .Nouerouw T..tjmonia!s fr.n rto -I'fd-rs of the hi.!hes' gtanflino notolb i ssr.s.a.. aiifo;J, Black 13r...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A SPOILED CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

A SPOILED CHILI) A spoiled child is one of the most un happy of living creatures and generally sickly, for besides the physical evils which the indulgence of its undisciplined appetite engenders, its: temper preys upon its. health. To) pamper the little folk in all their whims and caprices is a parental sin, and one which is ali~ays visited upon the unfortunates who have been thus irration ally petted. One of the imiineiiate penalties of the offence is the dislike with which spoiled children are generally re gatrded. But there are worse conse eunences than this; The young tyrant too, iftcn develops into the overbearing youth).. and the overbearing youth into the unlust and hateful! man. Gentleness, 'Bindness, -tti r tcsonabe patience are absolutely •:u<,.ia ,o the proper management of" hir. \' vhen sev,:'ity is necessary, it s lualy bet:;cuse some error of the p;?,st a, bIri u nwikelv overlooked or perhaps L k A\ e all things, tieat tme iit:ic ones is:. their sense of in ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE INMAN AND APPLETON COMPANY. PYGMALION AND GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

TH;1I...INMARN AND APPLETON COMPANY. rPYGI14,ION ) AN GALATEA, Miiss Maud Appleton, who, it will be -noticed in our advertising colitmus, is to appear here in the character of Galatea on Morllay eveni.ng? at the MIeehanics' Institute is supported by • -.veral well-known favourites, who have reputations for acting far above the ordinary run of comupanies who have before visited us. so the play-going public may l,ook forward to a d'aulatic tr.at. This brilliant young actress (Miss Maud Appleton) has for the past twelve monrths bden touring the neigh boring colonies with pienennieal succes" and has gainel for hersolf a very high reputation for her impersunations both in the press and public opiioll. There is not the least doubt this very talented colmpanly will be received vwith a bumper house. Lovers of dancing will be pleased to hear that a dance will be held after the perf::rmance free of charge to the audi enice. Tl'it' maunagellleit have been very lucky inl securing the services o...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

FAR.? AND DAIRY PRODUUCE REPORT. r G ',. Evaiis, Au:eio"eer, Western Market, rep ,rts (25tilh rTul i'y) :-Fresh butter in fair supply, an:i for prime in good order the markec was brisk fronm i, I to 10d; nedium und mixed lots, td to 9d; a few cases of inferior on!v lower. Potte;d buLter: Prime, in gol cOndition, in good dte mand fronm 8).1 to 9J; m,,licn, u? to 8d; a few pastry sorts fro:ie :;?d. New and secon-lhand casks supplied Cheese: prime, 4.4d to 5:l; mediumn, 31-d to 4I.,g.-s: LarI.ge supply forward. I sold from 84 for la ge lines up to 81:d for a few special. Ilnams, 8d to 8½d per lb. Baeon, sides, tid to 7Td. Lard, in bl)adders, ?1d. Beeswax, 10 d. Honey: Prime garden, 3d. Poultry: A good supply forward, and market better. Turkeys, gobblers, 15s to 22s; hens, ;.. 9d t0o 9s per pair; ducks, 2s 3d to 2s ;d geese, 3s 31 to 3s 9d; fowls, young ro,,s'ers fit for table, 3s 3d to Is: other sorts and hens, 1s G( to 2s Gd. Crates supplied on application. I receive skins of all desc...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

AFFAIRS IN. EGYPT. A very serious aspect has been im parted to the.Egypti:tn situation by the sto?page of telegraphic communication with E Lgland by means- of the lines passin.? thrbti h Egyptian tei',itory. One of the first acts of warefare is to intercept the communication of the power with which hostilities may he anticipated, awl these lines are gen erally of use to both sides no to the last moment, the fact that the Egyptian telegrap'r imr.s have been cut-;-s they presumably have been-is certainly OnlulllnIus. Mlr W. 'Warren, the .manager in Australasia for the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, advises that he is in receipt of the following servic' message from the office of the company in Madras: " Madras, 24th January. Suez reports all our Alexandria lines broken down near to Alexandria. Egyp tian lino s in sa:ne state. Cause at present unknown. " The effe^t of this, as far as Australia is concerned, will be simply that. com nmunication will be delayed to soma extent but i...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MACEDON SPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

MACEDON S'ORTSi, Our \[acldoa correspondlelt wrrites as follows, under date of yesterday:-,Th. Macedon Sports were held on the iti"t ball gronnd, on Thnrsday, and were not as well attended as was auti-iiiated. The weather was all that could b:i wished for outdlor amusenment, the events being well i"ontietel. Great praise is due to 3Mr Scott the secretary. for the excellent way: in which h.e curried out the arrange iicnts. Thie fllohwig are the wiuners of the various events: SHEFFIE,[LD HANDICAP. Trediiiick, Carlton, 1; Nener, Tara dale, 2: McFarlane, Bowenvale, 3. Tiuig 12( sees. tO YS IA CE. A. .Jones, 1; J. Saunders, 2; A. Taylor, 8. DISTRICT [RACE. Tally. (a) Gislorn , 1: IH. Ryvilker, ltiddeli's Creek. 2: . Titus., Gisborne. 3. Time 15 etecs. BOYS RACE. Scrivens, 1; L, ,; , 2; Henderson, 3. IU Itl)I.E R.CE. Mullins, 1 : N?ilson, 2 Ladhamus, 3. Tim', 17 h sees. I ANDICA P HIGH IU.1MiP. Ilillei. Iit), .t t ;in, 1; Neilson, (scratch), 5ftt in, 2; C. lailiday, kscratch) 5fi 2in, i8....

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may 1b obtained, and wil; be payable at any Money Ollicee:i the Colony between the hours of 9 a.m., ,a.L8 p.in. on week dlays. Saturday ex:epted. O0 Saturday, between 10 a.u, . and noon. Thue following are the dcemoninations.: of the Notes that will be issued, and the price charged for them:- For a' Postal Note of Is. or 1s. G&6d the poundage is ... ... ... :d For aj Postal- Note of . 2s., 2s. 6d., 3s. t3s t3d., 4s.. or.As. Gd., the ponud age is .. ... ... ... 'Id For Postdl- Note of 5s. or 7s. 6d., the poundage is ........ ... ... 2d For a Postal Note of 10s, 10s. Gd., 15s., or 2)s:, the poundage is 3d The value of the Notes -has hoon so marraugeI that'atiy suin of shillingl s and -nxp nces' up to one pound may he rci'titted. by not more thanl two of those f:lnotes. :Should it be dsheit d to ti ansmit broken. stuns of pence iulobliterated stamps. not excteediug in value 5d., lmay be i:tixed to the hack of a note and the :i unttlti of the note and ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

o o I M El C I A, L. .M3ELBOURNE MARKETS. GRA.\IN .\ND CHtAFF REPORT. iIessers H. R.(iarter and Co., Pitt's lmildine?s rep art (2Sth January) :-" \\We have experiencl I fair inquiry for grain, anduote Vale. as follow:-Whca : • Prime firml at 3.s 3d: good, 3s 2d to 8s 241: inferior 2s 104d to ,s ld. Oats fairly steady at. 2s to 2s ld for stout feed; miiling. 2s 2d; long sorts. 1s d0 to ls 10; Al,-erians, is (;d to Is St. Barley very firm at 3s 6(i to, 6 d for prime: good 3s 3d to 3s 4.1; mediun 2s 104 to ;s. Cape, quiet at "2s to 2s Id. Peas easier at 2s -di. Maize firm. at: 3s id to 3s 2d for prime re: white 2s 10.1. Chaff M.trket gluttedl. Prime £2 15s; good £2 5s to £X2 10s; iiferior, £2 downwards. The New Zealand Loan and Mercanu tile Agency Company Limited held their usual weekly grain stile on the 25th -January. Thyi catalogue suL mitted, was 2082 bags. to. a croswded attendance of thilt trtle. Competition all round was brisk. anu n :arly the whole of the offerinis was cleared....

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear [?]t. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JANUARY 28th, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

Be /ust andi F?,r , ,. SUNBUR1Y, SATURI)AY. JANUARY 2,8th, 1893. A.r the las.: mCeetii of o tih Buda Shire Council a question ot imlportaiice to ratepavers cami- on fr discussitn. Mr leddan, the aggrieve?d person, attended personally, and comp lained that he was billed with rates which were not due by hint t, council They were rates left standing by the previous occupier oi cert,:aii land now leased b1 IRd.ta:, which the latter e:nphatically refused to ray. MIr Daniel said that, ac, ordino, to the Act, R,;d lan mnnut pay these b.wck rates a:ld aterwarls deduct the money from thile relt he has to pay on tihe property--G r Gellie intimated that Rt:ddal was not responsible for the rates previous to his occupamIcy-Tihe President was shared in his view by Cr MckAuliffe--These suggestions, 9) freely given, aroused the dignity of the shire secretary and he promptly put the question "For the recovery of rates am 1 the collector for the shire of Bulla?" On the delivery of this sentence the c...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ARTHUR AND THE PICNIC PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

ARTHUR AND THE PICNIC PARTY. ".It-will be-iolly to go for a big picnic to-morrow, Arthur !" said Freddy Grant, bursting into the room where his sisters were playing. ' Won't it just ? And we are to go on the lake and have lots of games and all. sorts of fun!" repliect Arthur, throwing his cap into the air, fur. of excitement in anticipation of the com ing pleasure. The next morning the servant called him early. Arthur did n ot care to be awakened so soon. He rubbed his eyes, and. looking up, saw the sun shining brightly outside. " I need not get up just yet," thought the boy, and he turned round and was soon fast asleep again." Getup Arthur!. Get up quick !" shouted his little sister, running into his room half an hour later, and finding him still in bed. Arthur opened his eyes,and, to his surprise, saw she had her hat and jacket on. "Where are you going, Effie ?" he asked. "-We are just going to the picnic, and you must ruxn after us or yout will be late for the train," replied Elf...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. A SHAGGY PLAYFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

CLSDREN'S COLUMN. A SI-HAGGY (V 'L.YVIELLOW. It ,was sunset, and the Siberian peasant Ivan ,;.:ne ho,:ae fromn his work in the Ilhids. Hiis wife: was prepa rin the supper,, 'hi' " cni ed of fresh cabbage soup1 :a?i ,:c .kwh. 'eat iear.?hr, a kind of thick p nricd.,e to) be eaten with milk or butter. She lodok.d up as her husband entered. "A\h : it is thou, Vania ! I am glad thou art home in good time. \,The e are the children ?" "The children !" replied Ivan, "how should I know? I have not seen them since dinner. Have they not been with thee, l)ooniasha'?: " No," said the woman ; "they have been out of my sight those two hours, and I made sure they had,gone to join 'thee in the field." " I will go and look for them, wife,' said Ivan.. " Doubtless they are at play near the forest, or gathering berries or bul: rushes by the brook." "I will go, too, my husb'and !" rejoined Dooniasha., "The' supper will keep warm meanwhile on the plet-, and I shall get a little fresh air after my day's ...

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GEORGE AND GEORGEINA. SECOND PART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

G:.j E G E i. 11 E Ic.] SCOND PART. Why T say thlat there would ¶'en Ie. vol,,r.s rln'i . i:gainst !he police t .;t V ?1nid make the whhole departnmeni) wi ??: :to- say the least of it. As to vour -dling anything, I cannot hI'hi out a Boee, For the .liv r',st m::n I know is fully .it wok. If ne Fails. I can in no T~ay point. out wl:ar is to lie done. GCreat God ! help ine ! a'n nearly 'inaud. But yet, Mr Turner, one trh ig S'Imre. In answer to my telegram you _said Georgeina, that. is, Miss Brace br'dge, liad no hrother. Is it s,, ? : 1Most certainly, Of that I can mst onifidently assure you. Is this a lprtrait of Miss Brace ; 'brid --? .... :,Undoubtedly. But she has now claunged tile s-.tyle of wearing her niir. ' She has it worn short iUow. But my 'denr sir you lo, k ill-let me offer you a glass of water. SIndeed I wantel it. for it was. now SI.became fully determined ihat G.orlge -ird Geor'eina were one. Yes! it. was Snow quite patent. I had ind'.ed been blind riot b; ,o-e to dh...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (Friday, January 27th, 1893.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (Friday,: .Jauary 27th, 18093.) The ordirarv meeting of the Melton Shire Council was heid at - the Tooler'n -Mechanic's Institute yesterday. There were present :--rs Wirote (president in the chair , Shebler, Lock, Beattie, Brown, McCorlkell, McPherson, and M. •j. Robinson, shire secretary and l?Oi neelr, Thie nrinutrs of the .previous meeting were read and confirmed. con RESPONDENCE. From A.l -xanrdcr Cameron, Melton, skirng for permission to cut down and :'emove , dead tree from one of the back trcets-Permission granted. The work o be done under the supervision of the •ri neer. From H. H. Wilson, Inspector of 'uisances, Sutnbury, forwarding JlI. for 'ord's I butcher's license-rý.ereived. Fr'.m Health 1)epartrn'mt, forwarding ',rms f.)r council's oiTihers' reports- 'tc,,'"ved. Front F, Dunn, public analvvist to the shire of Meltmn, complainirng that he ead not received any samnles of food, -te., for analvtica; exa'nirnation from the ';iire for the syar ending D...

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DRAGGED BY A PONY. A MI...ACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

DRAGGED) ICY A PJ?N?. A M1I...\CULOOS; ',ESCAPE. A ]itlhe lh named Cyril Starkie. 5 years of ige ;'.. o CounMiilor Startie. i ..crowly escaped getting dashed to peces ol 5aturday mornin.i about I o'1. ck. i The little chap was on the back if a salO pony in front of Starkie's I,,l dh'is sl ip, in O'Shauassy street, aroni:l,[ whic., wvas gathered a nulbe:" of ,hill ,rin. i when the animal toopk fr'iglt s :II 'it.h ng and. cotunmenced wildly plutnnini :. T' "e biy, not Iein used to ridih.-,, so,, :..il frcua tihe saddle. ]d,1ui unu'formnael ,als loot sliplpeu! through th l. l stilrrum' an l thlr,: hI hung. Tlhe pyv. i ,r properly niad dened, g ?ll,,,ed farioasly a'ross the road and up against the fenc ., knocking the boy's hetcl agains:t "a gat post with violent force. Th'.re were a l t of people in the street, andl those who witnessed the scene close I thi.,l" eves a nl shud., dered, ulese'iuing t ie siight as too ghastly to lo:k un, I:- .e t.ought :ie child's brains wr'e sIeitteredi,...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CRICKET. SUNBURY V. [?]GGER'S REST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

C R I C K E 'T. U?ILNBUtY V. IL[(G:tt S RIi 4T. The ab,,v,, m:t.oh was play,..l o, th,' Sutibury cricket gIrouiid last. Saturday. The weather was blautifuyll' fi:ne anul thi, Vwicket ill good 1rer. The it otes itd 'd in a win for ti,. h:muL team by 18 run). Ap.p:n.led will be fuiud tl, st ores : SUNBURY. R . '.1:3li !. b l vris........................ 1 ; W'.:?die., b ANilson) ........................ 7 W . Campbell, run out. ...................t Fiei:lin,, I w, , ) Uavis............... ; Oxenham, u l)D ;s, b Allison... .....I S , ney, h. lavis ................... .....0 1"inter,, W alker, b l)avis..... :1).l... - sling, e Campbell, b )Davis:. ....& W. Edi, j.un, b Davis....... 0.:?:: o L uae, not toult ...............i ':: : G?lrn .?st,. run out.............0:o S undries ...... ... . Total....... ... ilOGOER S REST B lrne, run onut............ . .... C ultlpell, b Campbell..... . .?. . W\alker. b Ox?nhau . ........... .. .... Grant., t C(.,am ph, ll................ . : ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

Rusineýss Avres Patent RABBIT Exterminator, StPRI; CK, Complete, .3 2s. (d. Sole Agents for Australia: M'LEAN BROS & RICG, TLD. WAolesale e /rotm oflrs, MELBOURNE & SYDNEY. . . WILSON, AND ,·GNZRAL STORE-KR t'PER, EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. Ai goods of the beat quality. Families waited on for orders G. 8. MIVatth 3 w s 8C2TDNEY STREET, YARRA.VILLE, ] nilder and Contractor E stimates given for every descriptiou OF WORK. S.PLA. S and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. :'Ceagu Bmtl, small Deposits, balanc ws Rmt. All Communrcations will rseiirs prompt attention. Frederick Lee, Caruenter and Joiner Furniture made to order, UPHOLSTERER FRENCH POLISHER. O'SHANASSY ST, RepaOsr and re-sf:zng neatly -dotie. George Hirst H P r!ACTIC-A.L" '. BOOT MAKER O'SHANASSY ST, SU N BURY. Ivory de?ocription of boots and shoes made oa the shortet notice. Pepairs neatly and Promptly Executed, CHARGES MODERATE. JOHN GILCHRIST, O'SB ANASSY STREET, GROCER, FRUITEREiR -AN D - Begs to thank th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

Rr'. Dsoewipttrn of JOB PRIN1TIsG DXYRCUTlMD CAREFULLY AND WITH D)IBPdATCH. z~.L g * .*e.8 S Bustra iwN INTERESTING LETTER RtOM A WEmLL-KNoWN SPECIALIST. --------. TD R. LLEWELLYN, who is duly Qualified and S r~istered, is aware that by departing from the amaual rou, ine practice and devoting himself exclusiv.ly .o a ,pecial branch, which he has ,no ,e for some time, oe is not strictly following the paths of professional ,tiquette, but, as a considerable body of the profesion .a-? still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of ,-heir number who acquires popularity in the treat ment of certain ainments and is really a 51ediral .Specialist, he does not he-itate to resort to what he oo.ns.ders legitimate means for the purioe of d, anrm ing cynical cri'icis:n, and of securing as far as lih is a?le the.conitdence, of the pull c. It is assuredly - better to seek assisLmee from the qnulified racttitiner In preference to the iuact. --li.ielerts"advvi?tu rers who" without a particle of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

S?{EWS AND NOTES. A shocking accident, wxhich terminitded. `fatally, occurred to a yonng ina.i well knowni in Sunbur" ,narmed William Fiool,, on the Mount Alexander-rouat betweea The Gap and Gisborne. on Ft idav even ing, t he 20th inst. He was riding a horse along the road just appracl:n. nightfall wher, by sume uatmcountal?e means the animal fell, broke its ,eck.. aitnod killed its rider almost instan tineo)isv. F?ood was a u.klr, h., carrying onI'business in proximity to the ('olfe,-. Palace, and the news of his s.ide n 'ldemisii caused a deal of sorrow to Ii friends, wh: are nuimeron-s. 'TheIete:se I. at the time he met his death was riditg a horse belongi;ig to Mr \Villiaim Parkitis. of ti-is township. At: a mlais:erial enquiry, before Mr W,..wrr;h, J.P... held at Short's Nt?:ional .liotel. to Satu:r diy: afternoon. a verd -t of aci!lenrtid death was r-ecorded. Arter the ewnquiry 11asi'ver decne:Ed's f;i.-nds had tihe body convti ved to Stiulburv. whe- e a. wsake was coodiioted...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 28 January 1893

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH - A magisterial inquiry was held before Mr Woodworth, J.P., at Short's Na tional Hotel, on Saturday afternoon, concerning the death of William Flood, whll was killed on the Mount Alexander road on Friday evening, 20th inst., through a fall with a horse. William Flood, on oath, deposed: I am a laborer residing at South Mel bourne. I identify the body now lying dead, as that of my son William, who was 32 years of age last October. He was carrying on business a a saddler at Sunbury. I saw deceased in the month of November, when he was in good health. I have never seen him since until (to-day) Satarday when I observed him lying dead on these premises. The deceased was temperate, so far as I knew. He was a married man with no family. Harcourt Boys, on oath, desposed: I am overseer for Dr Plummnr of Gis borne, and reside there. I recognise the deceased as the man I came across lying on the Mount Alexander road, directly opposite Mag's Hill,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 4 February 1893

-7 AN INTERESTING LETTER raoM A walasILsuWu SPECIALIST. -f)R JAMES D. LI.EWELLYN, who ' doul S Qua.iried and ie aistered by the lMdital iloards of \'ictt:ria and New South Wales. Is aware that by departing from the usual routine of practice and d-voting himself exclusively to a special branch, wh ch he has done for some time, he is not itrictly following the paths of professional etiquette: ,ut. as a considerable body of the profession are still .lisposed to st-and coldly aloof fr-om anyone of their -unmber who acquires popularity in the treatment-of ertain ai allnts and is really a Medical Specia ist,he -I .ee nor hesitate to' res art to what he conilder. ;ritimati e neane for the purpose-of disarmingoyitfcl :riticism, and of engaging as far as he is able the cool idence of the public. It is asstredly better to teai: uasita,.ce from the qualified practitioner in pre+ereos to the quack. The true designation of quackery belong to those *hameless adven-urers who, without a particle of...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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