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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

XE WS IN 13ME 1i - -' ttlc; "" Ol~o ,Tie w 'ahr, on ~oin, to~ prose was very ullaetthid p I 'hurisday'= iniaetinv;_n oflithi3'th B i iit cuiiiiuil was. ti'. quit. out ii 'Al fut~v ma j S i3iByn O'L ,ni r n 11Ili " wvant of coitfi icne, in the ovrcr'ioileu on Ihuinsityv So far, it .is thought theiulutiowill fell' to thlg! gro uini As the' Jian. member is said to haVe' takeni thi miattci piretty well ona iitii) selff. A D)ramautic Colmpany mcuiiied the boairds of the ;deal liuill on Frilay alig~ht The report %as cruslie'1 out a.id-wlll ap pear in Our IICCt isue. We reoreb to recorid the death of Mr Suttch, ser. fauthi ito Mr G. A. Sutth, . professur of music, whicih took pliu e u at his residInCii, F1itvzroy, . 't'lte City utboqn*)t wi;th eirnCes .lately,. 1)epresionlr

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

Iiedical THE WORLD '8 FRIEND. A c;ure for L'iles and Fistulas. I)iseases 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. dous 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. No medicines are more efficient is chest complaints, none can be used with equal safety and certainty. GOUT AND RHEUMATISM, These are undoubtedly BLOOD DIsLAsIs, and the poison manifests its presence in the well known symptoms. The only certain means of cure consists in overcoming this depravity in the blood. which is rapidly puri. fled by the use of the Pills. The Ointment, when rubbed upon the skin, penetrates through the pores, acts in unison with the Pills, and soon effects a cure....

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

POSTAL I 1OTES. Postal Notes may be obtained, and wili be payable at any Money Office in the Colony between the hours of 9 a.m., daid 8 p.m. on week days. Saturday excepted. On Saturday, between '10a.m.. and noon. The following are the demonirations of the Notes that will be issued, and the: price charged for them: .- i :':1: For a Postal Note of is. or.ls '6d: the poundage is ..i For a Postal Note of 2s: 2?:'? d, ; 3s., Ss 6d., 4s., or 4s. Gd:, the 1pound ' age is... For Postal Note of 5s. or:7s. 6d., the poundage is . ... ' 2d For a Postal Note of 10s. 1'0s? Gd., 15s., or 20s., the poundage is 3d The value of the Notes has been so arrangen that any sum of shillings .and.:'.. sixpences up to one pound may be remitted by not more than two ef these notes. Should it be desired to transmit broken sums of pence unobliterated stamps, not excevding in value 5d., may be affixed to the back of a note and the amount of the note and the. stamps will be paid. : Should the space in a postal not...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

OPEN FOR DELIVERY. The Post Office will he open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. for delivery of letters, i newspapers, and parcels. It. will also' be open for letter delivery.only froi ; after the arrival of the 7.15 ,p.M. iainm - . till 8.30 p.m. Stamps obtained to 8 ' p The hours for registration,'of letters are 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. The telegraph -portion of the effice will be open from; 8'80 a.m. till 8 p.m. All telegrains must ;ibe written in mk. - oney -Otrer- and Salvings Bank business will be transactcd from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m.- Saturdays from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. The Savings Bank will also be open on Saturdays between thel hours 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the receipt of deposits only. Cheques will not- 'e 'iecivied in con nection . withl any of the above Offices.

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

MJS1,ftlO'itN15 MART Me,· . ssrs' . G ronruu'h, MI ot a'l O' iLidr rte;,iýrrG \V' ` sidjiiiitte1 .at -n ^ur_~ s;Ile this :E54" b t'" of gri 1 of -aI11: dirý iljtiiol ftor a fjj1 attoui I lat: -of hIivwrs. 4~111 -, irt 1 the tfo!1uwii pri-es, ir.. .rimzu u le-ut up to ',,: nu-litrn IA., ýnof1 ti; to 3 lid ; lucror 3:4~t Ear,'. -up31 up to .)j$ rnaitinL', .'- to 3,31 feed ti de- ijutiozas, 1.4 to 213. Oats, Tart-riaurn 1,10 to 2 - ; Algerian, 1/9 to 2j- ; stout, 2. laize, ±/. to 2 jiU 4. Pea, 3/-. Bran; . tha, per busheL

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

SSUNl, .. Xtt l. l a.?-l .Ji it wd men wiiit)il ngegatb e closeto ti ?LSiimebuiy Neur Oftice or a biidav i higtly objectioble ther [ia?ir. eari-ices, which utter anuvthing" bt h c hiceh ex pressions, can be"I heatdl it !. 1 istlinctioi 'through the walls, proving decidedly detrimental to n yyunle tijoying a quiet rest or iondulging in literature. If it were not a matter of frequent occurrence we would not :omplain; but it is an every Sunday inuisince, which we intend in future shall be suppressed, if not by moral suasion, then by other available means. :.These olfenders are muighty. cariful w\ihen' the police are about to have till trilUti of their tongues. :We iniglht ' mention that the first to. be caught need not expect the .slightesti ni urº.y fiom the local constable or. the iimagigstratcs, as they will be made examiples of. lot only (do these persons discuss` subjects among theutselve: , but> to use the colonial phrase, theyl b"barrack" in ai most insulting :ianner, respect...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

A STRANGE CHAIN OF ... EVENTS. CIIArT'It IX . As he said the last word, I noticed what Appleton had told me. The flat intonation-impossible to give on paper adid exactly as Appleton had described . it-was there, sure' enough: But that was of small import compared, with wlihat-: I had now to occupy my thonughts. And now I was alone and had a chauice 'to think.. What could it all tiean-i? Was I never to be rid of ui,:. iiles ii ild mysteries that seamed endless in their repetition ? The voice ;':I had heard from Westerfeldt in the a?iiioking-room was the voice of the fat man with the thin face. At least; so 1 thought at the time. Bat may if not have been a coincidence 7 To an Englishman, all uneducated, unrefined Americans talk alike, and an imitation of the speech of one would oftentimes, as Westerfeldt's had been, be easily t.aken for that of any other. It was utterly impossible that Westerfeldt could be the fat man with the thin face. It was too simply Sabbuard to think of such a t...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

.BULLA. SliRE COUNC[L. (Tum'l.irn nY, NOv'EMIxa 17, '1l:,q!') The ordinarv neetingi of the iulla. Shire C<ouicil was held on the abol, datte, when there were e present :-C~m Gellie (president, in the chair,, Loe'maZn, Stuark"ie, Midhll ant Mr A. F. Daniels, secretnry andl edgineer. The nuinutesof the previo?s nteetiAg w-re read and confirmnd. CORItI'APODENCE. Froia H. \\r ison, pliplying for the shire assessn, et iof the various hotels sitnate ini the shire-,A.ttended to.: S-Fo1? Shannon. : Marray and -Co. applying for voters': roll for eleh .riding -Request complied with. 'Flon: Shireoi f :3F'n sOtiting that Cr J. IF Asker, of that Shlir, has been nominated as a andidate for, the posi . tion. of 'representative- member of the Board' of Public i Healtlt for thei Eastern.: Slire Gi'oup and. .siliiting suppdort. -RecivcLd. :-Fromi l"eechivorthi Shire . Council, llnomiiatingr COr W:rimuerias a caididate f-r sate,. aid is?.ir:g °fori supporti . I- ro ? o Wm _ hin. w E rilligr...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLA BULLA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

BULLA BULLA. [FROSI OUR OWN CORILES'PJN)T:'1T. , Friday. Thie weather, during the pas: Witak, lhas bIenw warm, which is tfryin." after the recent excessiveL heavy raiis qI a id wintltr-like. days. ' ;Tii cOi?i are lookilg well and ia Igod harlest is anticipatted by many. I "'m lntiolned last week that the rains made the crops siiff, r. I ani in ii pos.ition to mention now tho danuiagi donl was an absolute nothing. So?me of the farmers have coniiiienced -cutting hay, anld, lith usualpleasaniit ht to be witnessed on a harvest field is obtaiiabhlu 1ii antlly pliaces. Bells, :oi the roadt betweepn Sunbury and Balla, have' been citti?ig ,'Stilta x rei? i)Tll idlriipr which is.: doing xgood W(irk. . This maucinoe is .a great inivention as% it: do)es 'away w;itkl a deal of iuil inuali labour --and, is a, mnlatter iof ceurse, a l t ofr epense. 'The crop Bells are at present engaged at will r0 abuut 3 t('u a to the acure, andu is. sihiated :on tite left halid side of th- ioiid ipproecliinsi ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

WE[OatlcAr rgOTATO MAlKET. Mr Vi. G s sfori, 372 Flixders-street, reports (19th November) :-Since mty last report the prier for old potatoes hnav advamcn d cotsidersbly, on. account of tlara breiug 'v'ery few about. Now potatottes are noW coming in freely from local districts. 1 quote to-day: Primue old potatoes, ,o £4j15/O. New roses, £3:1 0:. New kidneys, £4!101O. Old ouions, £:5.

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

Z1 ACE DON. y;; rao l(3{OUR, O1,CORftS3POtllDRXT]. Tharsday. e tiC .attlaer for flihti hit f tw dy}s has bIeen i'vucy wai;rmwrtiith the st that thet antiakes., atra> t haaaaing,. Yery Phaltijful, .,atterealt l ing 'Lcviar adredv kiylled abIaoujt -t'e lo.-aaItv. The alterataions to the Gotvernor's sumnmaar residlece are bein tg rapidly coaaa plated. Al-ung ah thet outlay ]ias not Ibean vera- larg,'a', ah reat ia pruo vaizaciat has been tiiIe te(' I. As is aasaal at the aiiptr ocha of thasum itet' aaoaat la- that nIUtItarut Itaraltaaas aroanaln t he district' s arate [aitag got in per ieatt order For the recaeptiona aa? thaair awltners wia, as a resault of the s:laaadid weayther wre are settilng. will bh making º nivae f roan tha eaaatr aala)iIs to cii pw thle bracinag air and pictulcapte satenet-v of the Oat Saa:nr isv last a teatst representing 'Siy nata {'tailed tiltd aevaal d o 'w n try runltte.ttoa witha the locals for a abo Kvne iota lstrict. laetieaarsailt.'l'c visitors onot...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

+ i!!.· --" . . .. Asiies THE ' 'Sunbury News. ;PUBLISHED avrnYSATURDAY All the News of the Week, 3d PRICE 3d :; -o-- Posted toal parts of the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. - S ,OR DELIVERED FOR 3/3 PER QUARTER RICES OF CASH... ADVERTISEIMENTS: Wanted Servants 16 words 1 U W ana!I Sit uation ,, : 1:0 To Let ,House ,, ,, 1 0 Board & Residence ,, ,, 1 0 \ anted to Buy ... ,, ,, 1 0° : Wanted to Sell ... ,, ,, 1 0 For Sale ...U,-. ,, , 10 Tenders ... .- . g0' Notices » . .. ,, ,, 2 0 Meetings .. 0.. 'Lost.& Found .. ,, . O Other advertisoements .. Standing Advertisments at Resonabis Rates as per Agreement. - :0: . GENERAL-- .Every description of PLAIN P:I:T: : ?ITTING Ex'ecuted with netness and despatch - AT LOW+EIT - RI UMUNERATIVE PRICES PAINTING IN ALL, COLORS -~- O?. -F PA; E ?& INK ; 'AUCTION BeILLS Expeditiously Printed Posters :Receipt Book.s ograe Jielivery Books 9AMPLIcs VOUWARDRD ON APPLICATION I 'roprset4ors, n otIce. -VICTORIAN EoRsIr ARTILLEIRY. V-A:RADES fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

W. CLA YTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND All trade materials kept on Land.at MELBOURNE PRI?E, --o ES TIMA TES,. QLVENo :: O?tinassy Street: , .SL'NBUR(Y. 4OHN BOARDMVAN, O'SHANASSY STREELT, U, .UY..: - NEWS AGENT AND STATIONER. A large assortment of Second Hand Books sell ing ChcapGood Novels .Half Price. N.OW IS YOUR TIVIE Buy I Buy!! Buy !!! SJ. WILSON, '*i . ;GROCER .- -? ? %, (ENERAL STORE-KEEPER, EVAN STREET. `: '.EN'S:'TOPPO SITE NEW POST OFFICE. .,: All goodS of the beat quality. Families waited on for orders. W. J. Parkin.. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER -WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO :iJACKSON AND HARKER STs.: SUNBURY. :::. ,p MOUNSEY, i,:' MACEDON STREET, J!IhACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT I:ORSES CARH?1S?LLY Saoo.i " T; nT.: ' . • . . SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION ' F:: -or Families, and Visitors. Charges 1Voderate. G' o rge Barn*, " W : : " kro.nd", Business G. S. MYatthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE,, Builder and Contractor Etimnates given for every description OF WORK. PLANS an...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

Tle Sunbury crickIetera traversed; i;i Gisborne on Saturday to try uoiiCluasitiASI with a team representilng tlhat piti'.:. The weather was beautifuilyu fine ithi a;: faiint cuol breeze blowing. Aftr:iri ni enjoyable afternoon, at the hour i'eg-^; lated, the sttumps were drawn;, leaving the gae aI draw. T'e u lowingl "alu. Lhu scorea : T. Campbell, b. ugheua... ... It. Eadie, b. \\'hiteak ... . - *.i-utiulptbell, E-tlDuk-hsyi.' Ja^I·t'i 3?t J.Julhnston, c. \VlitenaV b; Oitkloy W. Campbell, b. Oakley ... . S. Lane, b. Otiklov W. Eadie, not out ... . Asling, b. Walsh, ... . E. Camupbell, b. Walsh ..;1 . t WViuters, b. Uardner, - ....' -:::'; i A. Oxeinhiunt, c, and b ardir Sundries. ... ' Total, -. .. Bowling Analsis.--'I Gardner,4 : balls, 28 runs, 1 .wicket; 'F. Hughesi, o3 balls. 11 rulns, 2 wickets; :A Oakloigh, 42 balls, 19 runs, wickets3; Whiteoak, 36 balls, 18 ruins,:l wickiet; W.alsh, 3di balls,. 11 r1uns kvikitsk i .i ady, ;10 bal, i runis. .1 Aidu? ;,;.' Tyle, b. O.xel nlii1...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 19 November 1892

DIGGERS REST   [From our own correspondent]   ''Thursday. An amusing incident occurred a   few weeks ago not ... a thousand miles     from Digger's Rest, which resulted in the complete discomfiture : of a   young man whose name I will not divulge, who, having occasion to bring in some horses after -the shades of night had fallen., was passing by a waterhole when his attention was arrested by strange sounds issuing from it. Fearlesslv -and defiantly riding up to it he dismounted and in commanding terms demanded "' Who .art thou ?'" which brought forth . no response as deafly silence reigncd supreme. Again he cried "' Who art thou ? " " Show "thyself." Again   no reply. Stooping down and picking up a huge missile he tried "" By my halidane .speak or. I'll strike," which brought forth a respoinse from a huge frog in deep' sonorous tones which proved too. much for 'the -over-:   strun...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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