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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

NOTICE TO CORRRESPONDENTS AND . CONTRIBUTORS.1 Contributions and all Counnmunications must be directed to the Editor, Su:iburn No notice can be -.taken of: anonymous communications. Every letter must .be. accompanied by the nanieand ~ldress of tlie writer, not ncccssaridyor piublication, but as a guarantee of goodd faith.' _We would respectfully wdlicit froni Secre taries and managers of Conerts or other 'IEntertainments the printingi naul aidvertis ing connected with, the.:.same,.. and feel_ certain that-we enu give satisfaction, both as regards work and p: ice. "

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GISBORNE Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

GISBO NE. (rR) it on?. oWN con?as~is'rOsr) F'ridav. Gisborne at the presntit tine is look ing inexpressibly didi iind muisarable, p|ar iul.rly in busiiess circles. Soiue of the chif tradcs.smen have suspended a fiw of Ihii? men, whilst they .are ml;lov.ilg oth:s onlyv half time. This ias plainly eicougwih that tlre depression -ias reache Gisboire'a.. w-e1 as many (other towns in the Io co.Yv. - The old iionears hei'e sitUe that they have never before seen the town in such a dejected `state. It is hoped that thi;gs will reviv. shortly; and that business and trade will go on as merri-y as heretofore. ? We lhave habd a, good deal of the piruial.weather -here during the past fortnightt or so, bu farmers and agri 'culmralists .around the district state rthat'lthey ih?Se not ieceived enough rain to mate'riall' beiefit tlhir cultivated areas. Many of ithem say that; so far, it isr the 'dryes winter- experienced .fur some con siderable time... The weather has also been cold around the M}oun...

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, JULY 2, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

aBe uit and C'ear no? t. SthBUt1R Y, SATLUR.Y; ::i JULY 2,. 1892. !LITArORniY steps are to lbei ?aken' at Sunbury to assist' the greait bulk of suffering.. humanit' that is at present in existence iti the' metropolis. This is a very desirable "movemeut, and should receive :material .support friim eve.y miiember of the community. Slecial :Serr:iLaes will be conducted by Bishop Me.ers of thlie Free 'Church of England, to-morrow, and on to morrow week, the proceeds of which will be donated' to 'the Melbourne Re lief Fund. The Rev. gentleman will also give two lectures at the hall for th!e same purpose during next week. There rwill be no charge for admission tO theso e .± s lect h .i .is but :collections will be .wai aid'ito 'hich the public -ught : to :giv:e libeirally. Those who earitiot . afford:: to contribute, largely to this most deserving object sliould give according to their neaus, and bear int mind the old adage "every little makes' i muckle." The registration of -un employed ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes nia be obtained, ain silr be payable at any Money Ofihe in the Colon} between the houirs -of : a m : and 8 p .m on week days Saturday e' eeped. On Saturday, btwe'ean 10 a.n anid noon ?'Te. ' following are the demonination;, of the Notes that will be issued, and thl price l harged for thci-'': For at Postal Note of is. or is Gd the poundtge is :.< s.'.. For a Postal 'Notd of '2s, 2s'?? Gd , {Ss Ss., Gdt 4sn, or 4s Gd. thie pound? ~" age is .. 1.. ... ..: *' For Postal iNote of os or 7s 'Gd', the poundage is s .- .l:..., 2i. For a Postal Note of lOs., lOs Gd 1ss 0o 20s the pounda.e is 38 Tthe value of the Notes has been Iarraiged'c that any: sum- of s:hllings and: sixpeices up to one poiund may be io initted by not more than two 'of thes' Notes. ' Should it he desired to tansunt broken sums of pence unoblitei n ed stunp 'inot cxceding in vialdue 'i n , matyjbe af fixed to the back of a Note, and th: amount of the Note and ist iaups ill be Should t...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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The Oaklands Hounds [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

The Oaklands Hounds [Br AX.LANu.] The Oaklands -hounds met at tlle. Mhelor:t .Iun,.Essendon, on Saturday last,?,: hti'half=past nine o'cldock'tlhe alterati5on in the time being made to allow thlid members time to attend the Caulfield iaces. A. goodly numberof: memlerb turned up at the appointed time. The hournds were in charge of Mr W. Glass cock, wh.o superintended the hunting in :a masterly manner. Mr. Glasscock is one.:'of the most enthusiastic hunting .nien of the day and takes a great interest in every branch of the sport. The throw-, off took place close to the residence of of Mr R. G. Stevenson, the .deputyt master of the Oaklands Hounds. The first fence, a three-raildrr With hIedge, brought down one of the first flight huutsmen, but luckily -neither horse nor rider were much tltelworse for the mishap The direction taken ,was east, going through Mr Dooley's property, then through the farm once the property of the late Mir G. Glasscock. A sharp turn north on towards Pascoe Val...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

News la Brisef The w" t1ur i ztill i jicinel to be. rainy Lectures to be given in the Mechanics' Institute Su:ibury on \VWedaesday next and Saturday evenin'i in aid of the Melbourne Relief Funds, In reply to the challenge of F. P. Slavin to fight him again for £500 or £1,000, ald a purse of £2,000, Peter Jackson declares that he is too busy to meet Slavin at present. The usual fortnightly quadrille passed off successfully atthe. 3echanics' Hall on W'ednesday night. Alleged murder plot in Queensland' It is said that a plan was concocted wherein it was decided to take the life of the Chief Secretary,: Sir Samue..Gritfith. Not sufficient heavy rains for the farmers. The grass not abundant enough, The Opal MThle of Queensland Limi ted, which was registered in 1887; is to be wound up v oluntarily. Buckjumpers at active work inSun bury. The local rilway -.officials. sigh a sigh of peace and .contp?t since t?e removal of the post-oalice from the station. Shiel's Divorce'lAct being. availed...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Stray News. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Stray "News. 0; W"laesdity a notoriou"_:-c=li C l umn 'e aI)Ct1 froim + poi:iucil.ait thet Beid:do' riua.ilwavitatiiiZ :=h liat t·i' hecrl brietat on .an Nid,wi att:Iredi i mrz- n: Tiros. W alker, S L 1., Svditer-,. lesn commuiittedi<. for tial.=' in u{iihargge of dischaiun a--cioheblttrýit the Re'r.: 1) Liise ro ' 1iu a railway ? ,rri-to& . ,a yr ikt ax~e tlan ytr ii)lab Rilobinna, wtsT krcd at- Ianniton oni 1hursd t! uxItUn', Wink. ;Y4iuntlu. trucrk \.de~ruw :tiysd'ias.otll tef 't4\ aul1ndi g oilb' n 'I iurik dt mora~ir": i all oild ua o reslpeeted rc adeu , nsamedi Tavlir by' 'iroxi u1ý1,1"; "13 rownt Qtatter-zi Iod ar iinunit wtit .Joiii). °` ell, 1 do t G-'L taro hit 'ron ...i1. don 't hmkl much of Ilnun tPaahlai' Joins1ý lii ut- itt F'r tellow; Iie sue' ae the-: 1ZIitobWii `.'w' cac then yon. tVwo whaltti ither*e to ai'- u. about, _ sh n thtert'. (-4 nimt uaicou~) Pe O OItt5i drtidlý th~ere la-2"''I 1L: one:r Horr do rote spel11 - 'Werli, tluercis lo *0 rin ...

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THE MAD SPANIARD. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Tj-: jVIAID SJ'A.NIlARtI. -----+------- CIIAPTER 11. And then people shook their heads and laughed more consumedly than before:. .nt.quite heedless of what any one said' or thought, the new arrival kept straigilt :and steadily at his work. It w:is niot the least curious thing about him that lie should try to work up the lig. .U b"eam: s of the sandl-coVered vreclk into materials for his trade. .It w.s uqiitteaof tip ieci with all'his otlier oddities, and those who laughied at him before pitied '.him-noew, for they consid ered hin thoroughly demented. .The Mlad Spaniard-I should have tdld you that he came from Spain; I don't know how 'ie.hli tinledt'kiinow it, but we did the bSpaiga-Oge, or. M1id Spaniard, as h:wli i a?~a F!i l, sooicit?afe toilbe sp'keni inf iifr anil nriea; and people would wander to the place Subdayv after Sundiay, wh lIen theli had time, ' 'look at" the, progress. . hie iliw trade -was makingu-and ait the boiat builder himself, 3: 1 they haild soon snmetlling els...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

sporting cotes. The Bendigo_ Race Club held their winter I.umetinig " oni' Wedne-day last. The attendanice was giod and the'weather beautifully flie. :The attendance from S Melbourne was not as Iaig.' as usual, lit the local people rolled .-up in great musters. The proceedings opened up with the Handicap Trot, which resulted in an . asy'win fuir Prince Edward i.who started first .favorite, the . party behind him w:: ingi a big stake. .The next race was ihe ?Hhdicep Hurdle: Stampede, in : is recent' mictropohiiui formi opened up : warm firs. faioite, but a stong cornm missioni: ?iin~ beiuc eexecuted in favor if Redl :):r,; casused theii firier to recede i: the ie i :?" Therue resuilted in a ,boil o ier," ieither .of the favorites : ittinfg a pliace, the wininer turninig ip in Harit This horse. was trained and riddefi ! the popular little' Irish jockey, D. Brazil, this.lieiig the second4win for both or e an?l?. jokei : in 'one ibkek: Lat uek he oio the Huidle :Race at the o'uth Atlas ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

News and NYotes. SWe, are .under the impression that son?'I attention should be given to the .wi'king of the Sunbury General Post Office. At the present t!me there is only ,`one official engaged delivering lettersaand telegrams, and he is on duty 11 hours each day. Should an impor tant telegram arrive- while he is away delivering letters it has to remain at the office until he retnrns. Complaints, of late.are also rife, relative to the late hour of delivery in the morning. Possibly the r'emoval of the oftice from the railway t atioo nilayexplain this. However, the public draw, thir own inferences. There isli': -tn?tiing obvious the nmanagelment I'ntder the old regime was far more satis factory i t is understood that. there will be no alteration in the usual window lefterdelivery after the arrival '.of the 7.1 p.1in. ,train from Melbouiliie. It itbs .epeettd by ma:ny that" s so?n as the post office business was removed this- custom-would be abolished, but we are pleased to learn that...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Football; f The 'North Pi k i:al!es dita, oointed the- Sundju-y i-:- on .S;atur..lar last by not lmakingt :htir ;pp.'arco. A telegram wia rec.'ived iv t11 secretary ,.f the local clTh early in tih:- day to the effect, that the Nortl-ParkitPe wiouild not appear. A scratch match was played during the airtern'on. * Our Macudonl: corrspondent writes inder date ofThurelay:-The Maccdon recreation ground, on Saturday last, was the scene of a football match between the local twenty, and a team representing -Hesket; Fiie weather prevailed,- but a strong wind was blowing across the ground. The systematic play of the visitors seemed to confuse the locals, who showed want of practice. The game ended after a good contest as follows: Hesket 3 goals 4IIhinud.. ..laMcedon -il. .7 behlinds The follUoing pliyers iwere imot con splcisus for Macedon:-Quaife, Scott, Mullens, Hogan, Gardiner, Bai'cs. For ;Hesket; Keane, McCubbin, Saxon, YWaits6n, Cullery (2). Mr W. Firfth, ma Ie un efficient umpire. Wals...

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MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

nOU OCR o X co p'.t a @ WithL a, view. to retrenchient the Minister :of Mdines? ud:St:te Foreast lisdeuiiei.d t' lessetiliatids ? n the s tate. 0per her?e', resI '?d .s J D owltnd U Sonp of tbee Siunbiury hlntu with T50U `tons of? firevtood, inc pushing ahead with ti e " iontract, ad hate i oodl t itv k ln deseription and; ao cell a1d' neaitly Sa m eeting of ti. Macedon Foot ball :Cu;:s ou th biq Dth -it, Mr T. Qunife ;was; .elected 'secre.try Secretaries of duiibwCishina * arruac.e matehes will ie?eive 'due .:w tteni?ion Lrni the abovre nnamed gentleman. . n tIi esi. 21st nlt., the i:ewip: buath residiiti' of; Di Boweni . i? ppe'r Macedon. wrs conipletely destrored: by fire. The Si;gin of ;the coiutngration is unknown. -he building was erected -about- ftui years ag at-a cost of five 6ok sWix ijoi" d :poands., Tile structuinre:a liaca ill nsured liL thi elift:amount i: havei not iaoer uine It i i- ben -i rumored 2 rebuild If this should be the - ease unned John .uft f1ile triiumitig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

A'olices THE Sunbury News PUBLISHED EVEnYSATURDAY -All the News of the Week, 3d PRICE 3d Posted to all parts of the : i ,AUSTRALIAN SCOLONIES {: " " '? . : ;FOR OR DELIVERED FOR PER QUARTER -0----o PRICES OF CASH ADVERTISEMENTS: : Wanted Servants 16 words 1 .0 Wanted Situation ,, 1 0 To Let House *, 1 Board & Residence :, , :. 0 Wanted to Buy- .. , ' 1o 'Wanted to Sell ... ;,, 0 For Sale ,, ,, 10 Tenders .. ,, ,, ot0ices ,, ,, 2 0 Meetings ... ... ,2?? ,?, 2 0 Lost & Found .. k ' ;: 2 0 Other advertiseieniuts " p i"per inch . 3 0 Standing Advertisunents at Resonable R tes asd pera Agreeeat .0 GE:.R .':L f r l01:E v e r y d e s c r ip tio n o f PLAIN AND J ?..INTINGt Executed with neatness and despatch - AT LLOwBT: T .RUJMUN-R ATIVIEPR1ICES PRINIING: IN ALL COLORS A'::UTION BIL . THA.TRIC0A Cards< I rupruetors, oflices. THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. -HE AD- (OFFICE t'3 Queen-street, Melbourrie. GIBBs, BIIGHT, AND Co., AGUNTS. Riks.: accepled on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Business. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND G-LAZIER. - '2,-i 1 1 t6adematerials kept on hand at. M,.,:IELBOURNE PRICES, -o ESTIMATES GZIVENo O'Slianassay Street, SUNBURY. s. EDBWARBS, a B AK ER J 1k { T RED IN WEDNESDAY S EVERY "i Orders Taken for -Pastry & Cake. , " = "». - . i : Wr WILSON GRQCER AND GELAL'RAL STORE-KEEPER. EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW " POST OFFICE. Afl goods of the best quality, :Families waited on for orders. GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER SrTS. SUNBURY J. F. Iounsey, MACEDON STREET, .BLACKSMITH, WIIEELWRIGI.. HonsmE CAIIFULLY SHODI SUNBURY NEWS r : Every Saturday. B'usbiness G. .1Iathews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE,Y Builder and Contractor Estimates given for every description OF WORK. PLANS.:and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. Collages Built, small Deposits,: balak r at Rent. All Commumcationt? b ?ill·:: receive prompt allention, F LEE Carpenter and Joiner, Furniture made to order, UPHOLSTERER FRENCH POLISHER, O...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

DEATH. BOXSHALL.—On the 27th. ult, at the   Sunbury railway station, Alice, the be- loved infant of T. and B. K. Boxshall aged 7 m0nths, of pleuro-pneumonia.

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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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.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expresscd by our corres- ondents.-Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) Sir.-Kindly allow me space in your valuable journal to bring forward a public grievance. It is in connection with the Mechanicas' Institute. Many have pointed out the necessity for a fire   at the institution these cold winter nights. If this were attended to I   think it would be the means of obtaining a great many more patrons. The librarian should bring the matter forward at the next meeting of the committee.   Thanking you in anticipation,--I am, yours, etc., A RESIDENT.   Sunbury, 1/ 7/ 92.  

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Railway Manifest. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Railway Manifest.     The manifest of Parcels is at the station for the following :- Miss McClusky, Mrs McCullock, Mrs Grant Miss Rostock, Shepherd and   McGeorrge, Harrison, Goderick, E. A. Lane, McMahon, CIyne, T. Woods, R.   Kurrle, Adams, Hirst, Bourke and Burns.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 2 July 1892

Local Intelligence. It is mooted that Brass Band is to     be started locally. We hope the affair will be brought to a succesful issue.       A concert and ball in aid of the funds of the Sunbury Football Club will be held on Friday evening next at the Me- chanics' Institute. The affair should prove successful, particularly the ball,       for which a special band has been   engaged. Weather forecast.-Southern district,         including Bass-strait, 4 p.m. July 1st.       Weather fine, frosty and cloudy in parts   Near coast, light and variable winds,     sending to east and north. Northern     district including Riverina--ditto.       Yesterday was Separation Day. &n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

I1 AN 1 0I OOD. !IEALTH, STItENPTII, AND VIUOP. RESTOREP In Four treeks, by the use of The only Infallible Iteuledy for Nervous or Sexua; Dettlity. Used for a quarter of . century with unparalleled and unprecrcleinttd -ucces th ouguhont th1e world. DIR. RIl ORDlt S ESSENCE 1OF' LIF. retore man. nood to the lmost sdlttcred and ltebilitated constitu lions, fromt whatever case arisitni. in four weeks. hailure is impossible if taken ai'cording to the printed dirretions, which are ve'y s':.ple, and requite nc re- traiint or hindrance fromh btsiness. Thie valuable renidy affords relief and permanently eaires all who sufter from wasting and withering of the nervous and niusula:r tiansr., sptenat~rrhlan, nt all urinary deposits which tlause In.tapacity andl de. generacy, total or partial plrostation, and ever) other exhtaustive deran.emcent of the system, re g?eneri.ting all the important telrtenIs of the hulllnr irnme, and enabling tlan to fultl1 his most secrod obligations. In cases at. 1...

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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

Mechanics' Institute, A Meeting of the committee of the Sunbury Mechanics' Institute was held at the hail on Monday evenizig. The president (Mr Eadie) occupied the chair, and there were also present :--Messrs Hirst, Kurrle, Mounsey, Gellie, Lyons, Looney (treasuirer), and Just (secretary): The minutes of the previous meetin· were read and confirmed,. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondefice was received fromd Mr Staugliton, M.L.A., Dr Johnston, and Mrs Synnott. ACCOdNTS. Accounts for salary,, purchase of papers, periodieals, books, book-case, and sundries, amounting to £51 19s. 3d., werei passed for payment. nIPORTS. The secretary reported that the status returns and balance-sheet, duly audited, hail been forwarded to the government. He received a donation of £10, together with a diagram of horse, with key, from MJr Staughton, M.L.A. The fornmer has been placed in the books to the credit of the institute, while the latter has been hung in the public reading room. When the hooks about to be p...

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