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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. MARCH 18th. 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 18 March 1893

" GmttulE4q 3 Jai . Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. \MARCH 18thl. 1Nlt)3. THE team of 14 officers and men I o ii the Victorian Iorse Artillery, which Sir Willianm Clarke is so generously send n ' at his own expense to England to takc par' in the military tournamnennt at Isling ton, and the mounted events of the National Ritle Association at Bisley, sailed for England by the R. 1M. S. Himalaya,; at noon on Saturday, an d were accorded so hearty a send ofT that there could be no doubt as to the general interest in the success-of their undertak i ig. The Sunbury contingent left by the morning express train for Mlbournt n l the platform was literallv crowded with relatives and friends who had come to see them commence. their journey and wish theun " God-speed." A5lany pro ceeded to Melbourne to see them " boarded" on the Iliumalvtha. The Hima.daya; h tving a full pass nger-'ist would under any circumnstances have attracted a large gathering, but this was intensitie by the many ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

C R I C K E T. A cricket match was played on the Sunbury cricket ground last Saturday between a team from Spencer-street representing the Victorian Railways and Sunbury. The locals did not roll up well which disappointed the visit rs greatly. However, a team was even tually organised and play was commenced Sunbury. taking the bats. Appended are the results : SuNBURY. T. Whelan, b McGregor.......... ....2 E. Elliott, b McGregor c Ellis.........8 D. Asker. b Ellis........................ W. Eadie, b Ely ............ .....8 A. Clayton, b Eilis c Hayes............0 Wlirst,. b Ellis .......................2 J. Walsh, b Ellis c Ely ............ ........4 J. Gilchrist, run out.....................3 H. Clayton, b Ely ......................1 W. Whelan, stumped ........... .........0 F. Clayton, not cut......... ................. Sundrie ............ ......... '0 Total.................... .49 RAILWAY 5IIZN. Lowe, b Walsh .........................7 Ely, b Walsh c Clayton ...............12 McGr...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (Thursday, March 23rd, 1893). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

BULLA SHIREI COUJNCIIL. (Thursday,. March 23rd, 1893). The ordinary meeting of the Bulla Shire Council was held at the Shire Hall Bulla, on Thursday.- There were present :-Crs Gellie, (President in the chair) Starkie, McDougall, Mallon, and McAuliffe. It was decided to pass the accounts and then adjourn till next month out. of respect for Councillor Loenian, who died the night previous. ACCOUNTS. The foil.owing accounts were passed for payment : £. s. d. Day labour and cartage, East Riding 9 4 0 Day labour and cartage West Riding 14 18 0 C. Whelan 55 C 0 C. Whelan 15 0 0 Staines and Sons 49 1 0 0. Whelan 52 16 0 B. J. Austin 15 0 0 .R. Beardal 14 10 0 Moinoghan andJuoliffe 25 0 0 C. Whelan 10 0 0 C. Whelan 45 0 0 John Cahll 635 0 0 John Cth'll 25 0 U Geo. Staines and Sons 3" 0 0 C. Whelan 5 0 0 R Beardall 14 6 0 Monoghan and Joliffo 1 5 0 Felton Grimiwade and Go 7 4 0 Arnoil and Jackson 8 17 0 hi. Dillon 18 12 0 ). SyJ e and Co 1 7 6' M. CO Mott and Co 4 4 0 A. F. Daniel 20 16 8 Gen...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A DEAR JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

A DEAR JUKE. At the Sunbury Police Court on Wednesday, before Messrs Clarkson and McMahon, J.sP., John Flannigan, a well-known runner, was charged with endeavouring to impose on one Ah Lin by means of false representation at Sydenham on Thursday, 16th inst. Constable Wils,on said the facts of the case were that on Thursday, 16th inst., accused was traveiiing by train from Melbourne to St Arnaud, and on reach ing Sydenham purchased a basket of grapes, valued at is., from Ah Lin, a fruiterer, and handed them round to his friends in the carriage. On returning the empty basket the Chinaman requested payment, when accused took a shilling from his pocket, and kept presenting it to him and pulling it back again until the train passed out of the station. Constable Kroger, who happened to be travelling in pIa:n clothes in the same carriage, witnessed the occurrence, and at once arrested Fiannigan, and on the train arriving at S zubury handed hin: over to witness: He ýwould ask for thi charge...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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GISBORNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

'3ISBOR E RACES. Amateur Turf Clhtb was held on Thur- day. The weather was fine and the a - tendance good. Appeinded are the results : HANDICAP If#EtRLE I:AC~I S. P. CaseJ's Mazurka i E. Ender's No Name 2 S. P. Casey's Golleen 3 TRIAL STAKES. MlcRae's Fire Brigade I Blenheim's Angier 2 Patterson's Sterling 3 .4 started. MACEDON PLATE, Ward's ns Br,,wa Bess 1 McRae's Grace 2 R,,binson's Mention . 3 7 started. TIJIM HANDIbtAP TROT. Goldsmith's Nelly 1 Gardiner's ns Good Iron 2 Bowler's Taffy 3 13 started. This race was for 2 m:.es :and the tine 6 min 40 see. GISBORNE CUP. Supple's Bicyele ' 1 O'Neill's Labour in Vain 2 Hart's Saturn 3 These were the only starters. SELLING RACE. IMeRae's Spectator 1 B!lenheim's Anger . 2 Freierick's Rattler 3 FLYING HANd1lAP, Ward's Brown Bess 1 Skeiuill's Lottie 2 Patterson's Sterling 3

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

A -cricket match will be played to-day (Saturday) between Sutlbury and a team rcpresdnting Sottth Yarra or, the ground of the former. Tae Suubury teal will be ch ,soa on the gruund. Play will conmmrnu at 2.15 p in. It isfo be hoped the local men will turn up better than they did last Saturday. Confirmation will be administered by Bishop ~Ge, of Melbourne, to a num Ler of children at St Mary's Church of Eninud! on Mondayeveniat.. half-past 7 o ducki.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SETTING FIRE TO THE BOLINDA RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

SETTING FIRE L 'I'U THE BOLIN)A RUN.: Mark Gleeson andt Archibald Harrison were arraigned before Messrs. Clarkson and M':Mahon, J.'sP., at the Sunbulry Police Court on Wednesday f',r wilfully setting fire to the B,,linda sheep run, the property of Sir W. J. Clarke, on Sunda last. Harrison pleaded not guilty, while Gleeson had nothing to say. Constable Wilson said Gleeson had becomie very strange since he was locked up, and hid only that morning sr.rippl himself of his clo:hiiig in the cell. ie thought it would be only right to re mand i iun for medical treatment, as it was very apparent his .mind was de range 1. Th-. Bench deccidld to hear the evi dence against Harrison. Mr Jenkins, gardener at Bolinda, de posed that on Sunday, 19th inst., he saw Giees,n and Harrison at the Lancefield. Road Holel.. .. iceson. -skt'Jl iinJor sne " tu :ker," and witness replied he livel at the station, and if he liked to ,go t'iere lie would get souething to eat. G~eesn refused to go to the sta'ion fo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STEALING GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

' STEALING 'GRAPES: At the Sunbury Police Court on Saturday, before Mr McMahoi, J. P., Henry Scott and Robert iran'cis were arraigned andicharged with, the larceny of grapes from the vineyard of Mr Kurrle. Constable Wilson said this case came undet the Crimes Act'and the accused, if they wished; pould object to the juris diction of the present Cuart. In answer to Mr, McMahon accused expressed themselves as willing that the case should proceed. Mr Kurrle said he had no objection to the .jurisdiction of thepresent court. Constable Wilson started that the ac cused were travellers. and on. the 17th inst they went into Kurrle?s vineyard and stole grapes. They. were observed in the vineyaid with grapes in their hands and were detained by an employee of Mr.Kurrle's. He (witness) was away from the station at the time and on re turning found Scott in thelock-up. He subsequently irrested Francis at the bridge. It was not for the value of the grapes in this case that Mr Kurrie pro secuted, but...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

(TO THICEDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) SIn,-Adverting to the ball -held on th'e 17th inst in aid of the Queensland Relief' Fuid I crave space in your valuable 'journal to inform those who attended that I find it 'iimpossible, owiung to: other entertainments, to carry out my,. promise for at least two months, when I fear. the object would have been lost sight of, consequently I have to appologise to those concerned, .'that I have lhad to abandon the ilea. I may add that I have been credited with gett ing up-the ball so as to injure the picnic entertainment but I :.ani sure nothing was further from my thlmghts. Surely t'os , wiho spread such a report must be very evil minded, :.aid thanks. to circum - -ta ices, I am .not beholden to them for anything, but I do regret that the funds fo" such an undoubtedly good purpose Shoul. suffer - in consequence, and hope that none tof those who were so busy shall ever know what it is to have their all floodei away. As I have referred to the p;caic, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

SEvery Description of JOB PRINTING EXECUTED CAREFULLY AND WITIj DISPATCH. ** # .**N * ** Business z':AN INTERESTING LETTER i'RoN A W LELTKxow SPECIALIST. D" JAMES D. LLEWELLYN, who is duly Qualiried and ftegistered by the Medleal loards of Victoria and New South Wales, is aware that by departing from the' usual routine of practice and d.voting himself exclusively to a special branch, which he has done for some time, he is not strictly followiug the paths of professional etiquette; but, as a considerable body of the profession are still disposed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their autbuer who acquitres popularity in the treatnment, of - .-er- aid ? iatn i afrid is really a Nledidi Spe?ailis.he dues not hesitate to resort to what he consider, legitimate means for the purposeof disarmingoy, ical criticism, and of engaging as far as he is able the con fidence of the public. It is assuredly better to seek assistance from the qualified practitioner in preferences to the quack. The ...

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ALL ABOUT THE "QUEEN'S PIPE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

ALL ABOUT T' 'IE "QLEL.N'$ The Queen's Pine is t.disontt.dly thd biggest pipe in tuh kinm,, : in iact, she has several-one whoerver theei is a bonded warehouse for the astnnae, of to baco--and the smallest of theile is as tiig its a tobacconist's shop. Ihc Qutce's Pies are distinguished not only fof rchiti hagnitude, but also for the enor; moals quantity of tobacco they consume Tli7 biggest one, for instance, which is at Victotit Docki London; and which is the one usuaiSy meant by the Queeti's Pipe, cohsumea about i,o0o cwt. of to bacco in a year. T?ue man who smokes' an ounce of tobacco a day is considered a pretty heavy smoket--this is less than twenty-four pounds a year. T'i;us, theli the Queen's Pipe consumes about ds much as five thousand heavy smokers. This seems to be an enormous waste, r.e presenting in money, if we take the tuo bacco at fourpence an ounce, ,nore thiat £3o0,000o. Not long ago the writer went down to the Custom House at Victorma Dock to see this extraordinary...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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SUNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. A LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

SUlNBURY ANNUAL PICNIC. A LAAGO GA'tHERING. The Sunbury Annual Picnic was held in the " run," the property of Sir W. J. Clarke, on Wednesday last and turned out a decided success in every sense of the word, The weather was magnifi cently fine, and nice cool br?ezes were blowing, while the attendance was large and enthusiastic, Mr 8taughton, M.L.A., being one of the visitors. The school children met at the Mechanics' Ibstitute at 10.30 a.m., where Weston's band dis coursed some choice music. They were then marched to the" picnic ground under the supervision of Messrs J. O'Shea, C. O'Shea, and Delaney, school teachers, where they were dispersed, allowed to be free, and enjoy themselves to their heart's content, which they did to a considerable degree, proving their hilarity by giving vent, all over the ground, to merry peals of laughter. Weston's merry-go-round, punch and judy show, performing dogs, and Professr Tindall on the trapeze, were greatly appreciated, while the band enlivene...

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 — 25 March 1893

NEWS AND NOTES. At the Sunbury Police Court on Wednesday morning, before Messrs. Clarkson and M'MJahon, J.'sP., Join Flannigan, a well-known professi,,nal runner was fined 40s, with £ 3 15s costs, for the larceny of grapes valued at. is from Ah Lin, a fruiterer, at Sydenham on the 16th inst. Flannigan, who was travelling by train from Melbourne to St, Arnaud, purlihased the gralxs from the Chinaman at the Sydenham railway station, and treated his companions in the carriage. The Chinaman requested payment, and Flannigan took a shilling from his pocket, and " fooled" Ah Lin with it until the train had left the station. Constable Kroger, of l)aylesford, who was in the carriage in plain clothes, was a witness to the whole occurrence, and immediately arrested Flannigan, who was disagreeably surprised, and when the train reached Sunbtanr handed him over to Constable W Ison. Mark Gleeson and Archibald Harrison were charged at the same court with wilfully setting fire to the Bolinda sheep r...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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DIGGER'S REST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

DIGGIER'S R . ST. [FROM OUR OWN G OIIESPONDENT.] A young man named Hobbs, em-: played at the 1R ickhak. shleep statioi, nuet with an accidelnt last week through becoming entangled in a rope with which ºhe was leading a cow, cai?siag the anint.d to beonev frighteni'd ;tat bolt, bringing himi hIwarily to the grounld an i dragging intms me conrsilerahle distaIce after her, evertely cutting and bruising him, which aiweessitates his abstaining from work for a few days. Fortunately, no bones were broken. The vintage will start in this district in the course of a week. but fro n ap .pearances and imfor'i:rati',n gleaned, the yield will not he verr heavy, witch will be very annoy.in. to the prolrietoirs, for, during, the early p rn of tlh, s "ason it ,ro-mi-elt to he a bumper. A large ano,lut ,,f htypasses through 1lere weekly for the ciry. markt. whiichl is btginlliug to make itself felt ioi the roads, for the C istle.ulaine raaI is b.:inning to cut up baL We are experiencing some nice coo...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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FALLEN GREATNESS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

FAiLLEN G(R?IATNESS. (TO THtI EDITOR OF TIIE SUSBURY NEWS.) sni,-T re existence of the s .!f-created little.' ministrv."w wiich sp a.l into be ing for the pulrpose of. dire.-tan; the. tide of local affairs an l of wachitlgi with 'a paternal eye over our Annual Pic&n: was short lived, the worst feature in its reign being its non-coimpliance with public opinion. Its iemtlers were men of large and varied. experience., .anl,_as was natural, self-esteeat was the product of their acquiremients. No pe,'s a,n s" pected of hostility to. their views had the sm:dlest chance of on!taining f:wa.mr at their little court. A 'owed dissent was ptfiishe1 by - nt p1, an'l the event has been that t.id hIero:,s have fallen, and ii th.;ir dscenthave drar.ge i With themc- h :tt fame wehich it took yea."s to buill. They amight have learne 1, if from nothia- else, yet from their own past failnres,t that men who attempt things beyon I their reach are lilk ly, not merely to fail, but t') pro.luce a- e...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

E-TIERITA[NMENT AT THE ? HA L L. T.hb .en tertni nent in connection with tTihe Sunbury Annual Picnic was held at the Mechanices' Hall on Wednesday evening after the picnic. The attend Once Was large, and the following pro .gramme was well gone through, Mr James Gilchrist presiding :-Piano)forte slo, Miss Cotter-; song. Romany r' e Mr Grenwood ; 'song, The Gipsy girl, Iiss M. Foster ; song, The London sh:-wman, Professor Weston ; song, Look back, Miss S. Sproule ; duet, The rain of the roses, Misses -icihards ; Professor Tindall appeared in his c inu-t-litie:, ar I afterwards sang " Up to Dick," an.l for an encore gave a recitation; sing, The Irish emigrant, Miss Ti~ ,:rpson ,ung, Killarney, Miss Hain s ; song, Alice where art thou, Mr Broughton ; song, A young lady's no, Miss --.ichards ; Burlesque lecture, Mr Wright. This concluded the first part of the programme, and during a-five uinutes interval Mr Evane, through lis.s Mead, presented Mr W. Winter with the silver cup which he h....

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed]. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS) MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

CORRESPONDENCE. -4 [We do not identifyourselves, with the opinions expressed by our corres pondents.-Ed]. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNBURY.. NEW) MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Sin,-Concerning the mining on private property Act, as I am not one of those backward conservatives, I look upon the law in question as.a most excellent measure to develip tlie mineral wealth that individual selfishness would withold from the people. No reasonable man can complain against the Act, bnut there are certain outcrops conriectedwith it. Supposing the owner of the land is too honorable to mislead the public directly or indirectly, that the presence of,. his Satanic Majesty on his ground would be more tolerable to him than the face of an unscrupulous mining speculator. We often pay for our wisdom in a high priced experience, and our wisdom so purchased; has proved that the men ,f scrip are not to be trusted as far as; you could throw thenm-not omitting the fact that if you are not sharp enough they =will n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

Hotels. SRailway Hotel, F VANS STREET, SUNBURY. M'| M. Fanning, 6TRO'P RIE TO ER Splendid Shooting aind . F. is irn . Ferrets sIp i:Ai+, plitd. Horses and Bug S gies always on hanTl, t{ convey Fisllinr and SShooting parties. IfMemnlberg of Crieket. Bicv ie, and Fotball ` .i+;: i luls will find first : r . -:t -vlass -Lmcc onedatinn. ti: . Best brands of Wines, Ales,Spirits.and Cigars always in stock. ILL DRINKS KEPT COOL DURING THE HOT WEATHER. ___x_::_c_$_1 15t c Zi3I'iari .1 ahrI finuiytr:: r. . )i0U?RT-IHOUSE HOTEL , : . E1 R..L , STORE (Oppaose Police S&a ) 1'ACTX. DO2T ST Ales, WVines, and Spirits, of the Best Quality Always on Hand First Class. Families and Visitors. i. AR*.ES MODERATE CONVEYANCES ON HIRE. : May, orn and Chalff P. Brown, Protrutor. Rupertswood Hotel, EVANS STREET. SUNBURY. BIregs to inform the inhabitants of Sun bit"ry and District that he is once more thle' occupier of the above Hotel, and thanks the public sincerely for previous :':; i ::i , ;1 . pat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

General Informal0ion. THIE NEW POST OFFIC, REGU I- TIONS. MAILS CLEARED MELBOURNE. BENDIGO.. 8-30 A.II. 7-15 A.M. 2-45 P" . .-45 P.M. 7-45 P.D 7-45 P M. OPEN FOR DELIVERY, The Post Office will be open from S a.m. till 6 p.m. for delivery of letters, newspapers, and parcels. It will also be open for letter delivery only from after the arrival of the 7.15 p.m. train till 8.30 p.m. Stamps obtained to 8 p.m. The hours for registration of letters are 9 a~m. till 6 p.m. The telegraph portion of the offiee will be open from 8 30 a.m. till 8 p.m. SAll telegraxpms must be written imh ink. Money Order and Savings. Bank business will be transacted from 10 am. till 8 p.m.- Saturdays from 10 a.m. till 12 noon. The Savings Bank will also be open on Saturdays between the hours 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the receipt of deposite only. Cheques will not hbe received in con nection with any of the above Offices. POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtained, and will be payable at any Money. Office in the Colo...

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. MARCH 25th, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 25 March 1893

Be just and Fear ,not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. MARCH 25th, 1893; AT the meeting of the Balls Shire Council on Thursday it was agreed to deal with the accounts and then adjourn till next month out of respect for Coun cillor Leeman, who - died on the pre vious night. However, even this could not be done without a wrangle, for, when the itemn " £25 for a survey for a water supply for Sunbnry" was read out by the engineer, Councillor McAuliffe took objection to it straight away on the grounds of its illegality. He ventured to affirm that the au litors would not pass the account. Coun cillor Starkie seemed nonplussed at this assertion but quickly repudiatel it. Some hot interchanges then took place anI Councillor Starkie told the member f),r the East Riding " that he knew not what he was talking of any rm re than a child, nn) was he conversant with the teachings of the Act." Cr HMcAuliffe, after a pre liminary spar, informed the Sunbury representative that he dil not require to be taught by h...

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