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SUNBURY LICENSING COURT. (Wednesday, February 8th. 1893). (Before Mr Keogh, P.M). TRANSFERS OF LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

St;NBURY LICENSING COURT. (Wednesday, February 8th. 1893). (Before Mir Keogh, P.M). TRANSFERS OF LICENSES. Mr F. Hussey applied for the transfer of a grocer's license for premises situated at Gisborne andtowned by Messrs Brady Bros. This application was postponed from the last licensing court, the magistrate, Mr J. J. O'Meara, refusing the request on the ground that sec. 104 of the Act had not been complied with by the ap plicant. It appears that 7 days' notice must be given to the licensing inspector for the district. This had not been done, notice simply having been given to the Olerk of Courts. Inspector Scanlan appeaied aid stated theie were no objections. Mr Keogh : Has a notice been placed in the paper ? The Clerk of Courts: Yes, your worship. Mr Keogh i The transfer is granted. Mrs A. Berg applied for a transfer of che Telegraph Hotel, Gisborne, from S. Collins. Inspector Scanlan '(to applicant) : You are married are yxu not ? Applicant: Yes. Inspector Scanln : Then why do yo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

DIGGER'S REST. (FROM OUR OWS CORREBPONDEvT). Thursday. I am pleased indeed to state that our much respected teacher, Mr .T. Boland. has completely recovered from his late illness, and resumed duties last Monday. A heavy thunderstorm passed over this district last Thursday accompanied by a little rain which greatly cooled the atmnosuhere as it had been very op pressive during the two preceeding days; hut it is again very warm, and to-day (Thursday) is a complete "brickfielder," the place being enveloped in clouds of dust driven before a wind of scorching intensity.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. (Wednesday, February 8, 1893). (Before Mr Keogh, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P). TRUANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

SUNBUR Y POLICE COURT. (Wednesday, February 8, 1893). (Before Mr Keogh, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P). TRUANCY. Inspector Biddle prosecuted J. An drews for neglecting to send his son Walter, aged 12 years and 4 months, to school during the quarter just ended There was no appearance of defendant. Mr Keogh: Is this the first offence? Inspector B3iddle: No. It is the third. Mr Keogh: How many days was the child absent from school? Inspector Biddle: He did not attend at all. Mr Keogh: As this is the third offence. and the boy did not attend ono, day during the quarter, and there is no appearance of defendant, the Beneh have decided to impose a flue of 20s. :n de"ault three days' impriTonmeat>

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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RETURN FROM CALVARY [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

C RETURN FROM CALVARY c *- I The first copy- a proof photogravure i -of Mr Herbert Schnialz's remarkable c picture, the "Return from Calvary," i which has reached Melbourne. is on view c at the shop of Mr. Norman, printseller. r On a terrace, leading to the house of St. John, overlooking the city of Jerusalem the beloved disciple is repiesented as - conducting the mother of Jesus, her sister Mary Magdalene, and the wife of Cleophas, to his own home immediately r after the crucifiction. Below lies the t great city, through one of the gates of I which pours a crowd of sightseers, who have been to- witness the judicial murder of the Nazarene; and on an eminence beyond the three crucifixes define their dark forms against a rift of blue in the sombre skye, and the multitudes of peo ple are seen streaming down from the place of skulls. Some of the largest buildings in the city appear to have bseen erected by its Roman masters, and the architectural features of Jerusalem are so presented a...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11th, 1893. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

Be /ust and Fear n,!t. SUNBURY, SALTURDAY. FtuR UARY 11th, 1V8U. POLITICAL. THr election of a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly for the Castleniaine ekectorate conseqluent upon the acceptance of office by the Premier (Mr J. B. Patterson) took place on Tuesday at Castlemaine. Mr Patterson has represeated that constituency for the past 22 years, and on this occasion was opposed by Mr Francis Longmore, of Tarwhin, Gippsland, who formerly represented Ripon and Hampden, a:id from 1877 to 1880 was Minister of Lands in the Berry Government. As was anticipated, thiie election resulted in a win for Mr Patterson by an over whelming majority. He polled 1,441, while his opponent only found (i17 supporters. This is as it should be and the Castlemaine electors can pride them se.hes u t only upon doing Mr Pat.terson hpmuage but by h.,rforming a national duty, For, the defeat of Mr Patterson re would undoubtedly have disturbed the fi Government, while a win by a small t: majority might ha...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL (Monday, February 6th, 1893.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

n GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL ~ T; (Monday, February6th, 1893.) The ordinary meeting of the Gisborne Shire Council was held oni \onday, .s Thare were present:-C-ra Brady (Ifresi dent. in the chair), Lansdowne, Gardner, : Woodworth, Cherry, M. J. Farroll, Watt, Allen, Slattery, Callanan, Farroll, and Christian. The mlinutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COo REfSPOxDENCE. U From T. Qunife, Macedon, asking for j£25, progr.'-s oayment on his Victoria ro:I co Itract. as it has been finished for a fortnight, and the late engineer had iot time to inspect the work-There were £20) placed on the day's payviments. From D. )Dw er, Gishorne, rcquesting the payment of 1 1 0 for cab hire, i rhich had been sent in some time azo- r Council acreed to pay 7 -. From E. Tolid. tGisborne, asking for St saficient gravel to execute crossing and approach to his iate-way-T e gri.vel to I he obtained off the road, if possible, but not otherwise. Fom R.Morton. Gisborne, intimating that the drains...

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ELECTORAL REVISION COURT, SUNBURY. (Before Mr Keogh, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

ELECTORAL REVISION COURT, SUNBURY. (Before Mir Keogh, P.M.) The general lists for the Bulla Division, Bourke East, were revised and found correct, The ratepayers' lists for the Bula Divi sion, Bourkei East, were revised and found correct. The Sunbury Division, Bourke West, was the next to be dealt with. Mr P. Eadie, registrar, entered the witness box, and said he had some ob jections to make. Mr Keogh : Have you advertised your list of objections twice ? Mr Eadie:. I may state that the ratepayers' list has only been advertised once. Mr Keogh: How is that? Mr Eadie : I only received notice to oblject. from the inspector on the 4th inst, 41d there has been but one issue of the S'IunbuIyheCUs since then,consequently I could not advertise it in the iocal paper twice, Kr Keogh-: Did you notify the in spector of the circumstances in which you were placed ? Mr Eadie: No- I got instructions from the Government to advertise in the local paper. Mr Keogh : You should have had your position mad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

-- 'he fr-'inj GACRICU'.T'JU'E iN MEXICO. Vhdli Mexico is generally reputed "'` :+} tp lie g1ce of Ihe richest, it is in reality )ne of thie pooie-t a I icultural countri: -n Othe Amleric; i continent. It protl ces au Iely enoulh c.nrt and beans to keep an itppoveri jheil popt;I~i ion alive. \Vit h tropical belts on the c;nif and Pacifc co:s ts pre-eminently :i adapted for the cul ti ,. ion of sugar and ýcotton it has no urplus of either p op for export. There are no finer lands in the wit Id than the pitountai1 .slopes of V'er; Cruz.Michoacan, Jalisco, Guerrero, and Oajaca : but the pr!oduct i5 inconsiderable in comparison witl: that tif brazil. With tlhe exception f hides and raw fibre, Mexico has only a a small surplus of a;Gricultiral produce to send to the Ainericin market, which re ceives the hulk of the exports of South America and the West Inlies: This in Sruia of wotrking population cothbined with a deficient water supply and an un progressive agrarian system nieutralizes t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

ALF D B3uTEm2, PRACTICAL Boot -mid Shioe MatkeI' .(jLatc Fireman. E. Qua ls Lond;n). O'SHANARRY TR2 11 SUNBURY. R Pazrs nearly executed. Charges modera/e. George Firs", PRACTICAL BOOT MA KER, O'SnANAssr STREET, SuxLunY. every description of Boots and 'hoes made on the shortest notice. Repairs neatly and pr::nptly executed. CHARGES MODERATE. JOHN GILCHRIST, "ýaea ýs:v.: .ýsT; s avirtjr r; s1aLAJ4.CGV ST, nUNGUJRY 3GROCERI, JRUITERE1\ AND GRTGOTGROCER. Begs to thank the inhabitants for past favours, and trusts by strict attention to business to secure a continuance of their support. Families waited on twice a week, (Wednesdays and Saturdays), with a large and varied assortment of fresh FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Frederick Lee, Carpenter and Joiner Furniture made to order, UPHOLSTERER &FR E NCII POLISJIER. Q'SHANASSY ST, Repairs ,anad re-stufing neatly do g, Clr. Christiansen, HAIRl RESSER And Tobacconist, Evans Street, Best Brands of Tobace, Pipes. and C[GAlRS. M. J. BRE F1N1 BU LD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

SIady D..aipt5.ni of JOB PR11fTING RXRCUTND CAREFULLY R? WI ,DII PATCH 4 ..s sssis~.. Busm:ts AN INTERESTING LETTER BROM A WKLL*KNOWN SPECIALIST I) LLEWELLYN, who is duly Qualified And Registared, is aware that by departing from the thal rou ine pract io and devoting hilumself exclusiv, ly ja special llranch, which he has io e for some time, a. is not strictly following the paths of professional etiquette, but., as a considerable body of the protes-ion w a still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity in the treat. ment of certain ailments and is really a Mediral Sp-cialist, he does not hesitate to reso, t to what be onetisders legitimate mteans for tihe purl-ose of d.arunt Ang cynical cri-icise, and of securing as far as h- is &s.le the confidence of the pu-lic. It is assuredly better to seek assisanc from the qutalifiei practitione, in preference to tile quacs. The true designation of quackery belongs to those :uhanaeless adiventu...

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ELECTORAL REGISTRARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

LLEFlCThU \L REGISTXRARS. i' wd:161 'iunderstarid the feelings of a pulicet maistrate i h1n he is called upon to execute, magisterial duities in a large dlstrict, after fiInrg his court days, to tie coIrptledi to iid joirn a court through mi usable and c aracteristic negli enicr, orn the pairt f a: G&rvmtmiet ffiicr.: At the :.lectoral Revision Court held in the Sunbury Police Coirt on . .Vednesday and; presided mver Uli Mr Keogh, the registrar for the Sunbury 1i -ision o3t ke` West, (Mr P. Lidie) oiiitted to advertse the objectins on the Ratepayers' lists in the local piiper twice. He however, explained that the inspector had ;not given 1im noitice to object until the 4th of the present month, and as the Sunbury. A ezss had only been issued once: since 'that day, he found it im possible to comply withi the. Act having received iistructions from the Government to advertise the lists in this paner. Mr Keogh pointed out that the registrar should have made known his situation a...

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ANNUAL PICNIC AT DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

ANNUAL PICNIC AT DIGGER'S   REST. [PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. Thursday.   The second annual picnic in connec   tion with the Digger's Rest State School took place on Wednesday, 25 ult., on a   piece of land abutting on Jackson's Creek kindly lent for the occasion by Mr Bowie, of the Eighnane vineyard. In spite of the weather, which was un-   pleasantly warm, the attendance was   good, and everybody seemed bent on amusing themselves, for they entered   into the various amusements provided with great zest. Athletics and other youthful amusements were provided for   the youngsters and dancing, quoits, and cricket, was indulged in by the younger section of the adults, while the ponderous paterfamilias were to be observed in small knots in apparent pleasant con- versation or otherwise taking a siesta in the shade under the spreading branches of an adjacent eucaliptus. Host Lock, of t...

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A MUNICIPAL TROUBLE. THE BOOKS IN A DISGRACEFUL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

A MUNICIPAL TROUBLE. THE BOOKS IN A DISGRACEFUL CONDITION. At the ordinirary meeting of the Gis- borne Shire Council on Monday last, the Public Works Department wrote as follows :-In forwarding you the inclosed copy of a report furnished by the inspec tor of municipal accounts with regard to the affairs of the Shire of Gisborne, I have to request that you will be good enough to state what action the council purposes taking to place the business of the municipality on a proper footing ? Below is the inspector's report. INSPECTOR'S REPORT.   The books are in a disgraceful con dition, and, even with the assistance of the late secretary, Mr Bowie, I found it impossible to follow the reciepts and ex penditure. For the trust monies in the shape of contractors' deposits, it is impossible to tell who have been paid, and who have not, as receipts are not to be found in the office. The councillors at their annual meeting finally allowed and signed a statement of accounts in the l...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 11 February 1893

NEWS AND NOTES. Thursday was very hot, and disagree able dust-storms were prevalent. The tlhermometer registered 95 degrees jn the shade.. :. thle ordinary meeting of the Bullse Shire Council will be held on Thursday niext. i On our fourth page will be found some interesting items on farming. The Sunbury Quadrille Assembly will hold their fortnightly dance on Wednesday evening. SAs will be seen elsewhere, Mr 0.: Christiansen, hairdresser and tobacconist, has determined to reside permanently irn Sunbury, and his saloon in Evan street will now be open daily. Hitherto Mr Christiansen, carried on business three days a week at Gisborne and. consequently his shop here was closed during that time. No credence. whatever is giwen to the c'bled rumour that Lord Hopetoun intends to resign the Governorship df Victoria. At the ordinary meeting of the Gis borne Shire Council on Monday, when the minutes of the special meeting (bheld on the previous Monday) were read Cr Lansdowne said that accordin...

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MACEDON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

MACE DON. [FR3OM OUa OvWN COR RSIPOVDENT.] The conatractors for the reser.voir for hIe waterworks are malkin.g gRood pro .re?s.with the work. The clntractrs 'or thei pipelaying and drain- diggilng !re al;n doin, well. The "weather is at pi'rsent very warm tnd tlihe several large hush fire? that have ,een hnrning in this distri t: are . all .uelled. Snakes are not showing ont very ,lenti?ully this sunufner, only a few haIve jeen s ,en in this locality. Hav-making is nearly finished now bot here. Sonme of the farmers, I am uformed, have very good crops.

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

GISBOQrNe. R. Meares c R. Ekidie, b Johnston.... 19 M. Walsh b L.;Eadie...................... A. Oakley b J. Jolinstoon...............0 Hughies run out......... ....... 7.....7 G. Whitcoak b J. Johnsto ....... A. Meares b W. Allison................... 2 T. Walsh b J. Johnston.................. F. Oakley b R. Eadie....... ............. 5 Gardiner b Allison......................18 Tyrrrll nt out............. >..". McKenzie b Allison...................3 Sundries...............11 Total.........................

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

3IGGtER'S REST. . [FROMt OUR OWN dORRESPONDENT]. Thur.day. The prizes given by the Diggei's Rest Picnic Committee to the local scho,l w're distributed on Thursday last, and despite the trying weather the committee and several ladies were present. Mr Davis was voted to the chair. He gave out the books, making at the same .time some appropriate re marks to the recipients, in his: happiest style. The 1st prize (6th class) was "the Mediterranean," beautifully illus trated:. which was awarded to -Miss Bestha Tai)is ; 2nd prize, "India," was obtained: by Miss Bella Campbell. The dlustra i )n was perfect. The other prizes given to the different classes consisted of works on natural history, travel, Victoria, and poetry ; the latter including , " Tennyson," ." Moore," " Goldsmith," " Whittier," and " Mrs Hanans." The books geTerally were of a superior character. The Chairman stated that such good things were un known in his school days and he hoped they would be appreciated and good care ta...

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SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

'W. Eadie b at hiieoak.... ..)..4 * .J(JlrtIoI1 b Gardjjiner ..................2 F. Daniel b) Xwhiteoak.... ( J. l+eelan L b. . \1 . ýV WiuI ers b Gazrdiner.....:;. ......:.. [~ourie runi out......2...1..- :..".;;; :".· ·:.` H· I-Iirst b Gardiner·- . .7 \V. Allison . Whiteroak b Mearrs...... L T. Gilclhrist. b MIealre....1.... ... T.Beau not o6t...... ...............3

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ST PATRICK'S DAY. BEFORE THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

BEIhIORI: T' tfE COUNCIL, At the meetinig of the Bulla Shir. Couniel a c'ulllºiinittlionl WalS read front ?Mr H. 11. . Wilson, secretary to the F anbury 1Atizual Picnic, requesting c ,uncil to proclaim 17th March (St Patri:k's Day) a public holiday. Cr Starkie said he was a member of' the picnic coninittee an I asked to have the application cancelled as it hadl been decided not to hold the picnic on that tby. It was igreed to ha:tve a trip d >wn the Bay in lieu of a nicuic in the ran'u" on Wednesav, 22nd March. I'his decisioli was arrived at to, suit th]e catholic portion of the coinnuity as St Patrick's )Dav tell on a Friday and on the following day it was aranged that confirmatiun should be adllminist,.red at the church. -He mnight inform them t!le:-e was a row about. going down the Bay amionest the c,omlmittee and the whole thing would have to be settled again by a nublic meeting. So there was no telling when the picnic would be held. Cr Mallon was in favor of the 17th March b...

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STREET-LIGHTING FOR SUNBURY. A DESIRABLE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 February 1893

STREET-LIGHTING FOR SUN?JURY. A DESZRABLE. MOV. At the meeting of the Bulla Shire' Council on Thursday a matter of vital importance to Sunbury inhabitants was brought on by Cr Starkie. He wanted the engineer to make enquiries as to the cost and most practicable way of supplying the Sunbury township with 16 or 18 lamps. 1+ was a disgrace, he remarked, that a, pretty township like Sunbury with its 125 beautiful houses, should be devoid of street lights. He mentioned Gisborne, Lancefield, and Riddell's Creek having such lights, as against important Sunbury's deficiency. He reminded members that he did not wish to take the money out of any other division but Sunbmuy and Buttlejork. He had a letter from. Hannan and Co., of Melbourne, offering to supply Sunbury with lamps which burned gas oil.' He (Cr Starkie) purchased one of these lamps to try it. It threw out a most brilliant light, reflecting for a distance of full 22 yards. They are used now at. Bendigo and many other places through ...

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