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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 8 April 1893
S .....: : usnes . AN INTERESTING LETTER FR O M A W inKl,-a N O W N 'CI SPECIALIST. ' :. t'R JAMES D. LLD WELLYN, who is du:.. 1; , r;; t.l l qnatiiied and':Reiistered by the ?Medical 0Boards of Vict .ra. and New South Wales. Is awars ii that by departing' 'from 'the usual iroutie' of practice and devoting hinmself-exclusively to a special branch, wh.ch he has done for some time. he `s not: : : strictly -ollowifi& the paths of professional etiquette; Sst, a: a considerable body of the profeslion are?till) disposed to staud coldly alooffrom anyoni e of their ^-;w- ntuxulter whoa cquires po9i(iarityt nI tL~ usy CssOt= ~ .1'5.+ i:? : "'certti.aialnients and is reailly a Medical Specialstbhe ' .?s, not hesitate to resort to what .he: coasidere *!n- iri:uste means for the purposeof disarmtngyoyical S . ticisni, aRnd of engaging as far aihe is able the aon. . id:uce of the public. It is assuredly better to seek as istan-ce from the qualified practitioner inpreferenoI v .to xthequa...
Messrs II. E. Love and Co. report (April 12th): [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
Messrs II. E.-Love and Co. report (April 12th) :-Wheat: Prime milling 3/- to 3/1; inferior, 2/10 to. 3/- ; Barley clean plump bright lots, 4/4 to 4/6 ; good malting, 3110 to 4/2 ;, ilferior, 3/3 to 3/7; Cape,-2/1 to 2/3. Oats: Clean stout samples, 1/10 to, 1/11; Tartarian seed 1/10 to 2/-; thin to fair feed, 1/7 to 1/9 ; Algerians. 1j6 to 1/8. Chaff: .Market rather better, withprime samples in good demand at 2 12s 6d. to £2 15s good descriptions of'feed, £2 7s 6d to £2 O10s; off qualities, £2 to £2 5..
GRAIN AND CHAFF REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
GRAI[ AND CRAFF REPORT. The New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Company Limited held their usual weekly sale of grain on 12th April, when they submitted a catalogue of 7178 bags to a crowded attendance of the trade. Competition all round was keen at improved rates, and there was a much, better feeling ruling generally. There was an improved demand on late ra;tes for wheat, and bidding was strong. GIod milling sold from 3/- to 3/0.?; fair 2111 to 2/11 ; and off parcels, 2/9 to 2/ 10 ; seed lots brought from /313 to 3/4. Oats .were in -strong request at improved prices; Tartarians realised from 1/8 to 1,/9, and up to 2/-for seed; Algerians brought from 1/7 to 1/8, and stout from 1/10 to 1/11. Barley was al o in keen demands; goodmalting sold from 4/6 to 4/7 ; medium from 4/4 to 4/4I , and inferior from /4-to 4/2. Thin sorts made from 3/8: to 3111. Cape brought from 2/3k. Peas realised 2/3; and maize 3/9j.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
COMMERCIAL. IELBJOUtRNIE IMAIKETi. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT, Mr Go. E vans, Auctioneer, Western Market, rcports (April 12th) ; Cheese: ['rime in short supply and selling readily frim /5 to K/ p r lb; medium, 4.. P-,tted ,utter: A good supply; The market to-day was slightly easier. I sold prime n9 to j9 per lb; medium, /7 to /8$; pastry sorts from /6 to /7. Fresh butter: \A considerable increase forward for to-day's market, and for prime qualities the market was brisk. Best dairies brought from 1/0s to 1il per lb ; medimin to good /9 to 1/-; Only a few cases of inferior lower. Eggs: Market brisk from Is 4.d to is 5d per dozen. Hams, Sd. Bacon, town cured, 7d to 7,l. Carcase pork (Friday), 3d to 4izd per lb, according to size and dressing. Garden honey:: Prime dull of sale. frorn 2-.d to 3d. Beeswax, 10d to 10½d per lb. Poultry : Market to day sligh tly better. Young fowls, fit for table, 3s to 3s Gd per lb; other sorts, s 11id to 2s Gd ; ducks, 2s Gd to 3s 4d ; geese, 3s 9d to 4...
AUSTRALIAN SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
AUSTRALIAN SEASONS. Autumn begins on March 20th. Winter on June 21st (the shortest day). Spring on September 23rd. Summer on December 21st (the ongest day). From an extended series of observa tions made at the Melbourne Observatory, it appears that, on the average, the hottest period is from the 21st to the25th of January, and the coldest from the 20th to the 24th of July. These periods are therefore the natural midsuinmer- and midwinter.
The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. APRIL 15th, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
Be Just and Fear no1. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. APRIL 15th, 1893. Tan election to fill the vacancy in the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla, caused by the lamented death of coun cillor Loeman, came off yesterday, the Sunbury Police Court being selected as a polling-booth. The candidates for municipal honors were Mr Evans, who contested last September against -Mr Gellie, the present president, and Mr Davis, who also aspired to the decorum of a council representative. It was con templated all along that the contest would result in a win for Mr Evans. The supporters of each candidate left no stone unturned during the last few weeks in the way of canvassing, and. both of them seemed confident of success. The weather throughout the day \#as cool and pleasant. About the polling-booth during the day the candidates and their supporters could be observed in earnest conversation discussing and expressing opinionns as to what the hour of 4 p.m. would bring forth. Up till about 2 o'clock the excitemen...
DEAR WORDS. A FINE OF 40s AND 11s 6D COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
DEAR WORDS. A FINE OF 40s AND 11s 6D COSTS. At the Sunbury Police Court on Wednesday, before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P,, Francis McKeon sued Arthur Monaghan for insulting words, made use of on the 7th ilt. Plaintiff said that on the day in question he rode over to Monaghan and presented him with a bill. Monaghan, on perusing the bill, called plaintiff a b- rogue. To Mr O'Meara.-I did not provoke the defendant. I kept my temper and when he called me a b----rogue I told him to pay for what was in the bill. Monaghan said he told' the plaintiff that anyone who. would charge such an extortionate price would be a rogue. Harry i urrowes, who was subpcened as a witness, deposed.--On the 7th of March I saw the plaintiff and defendant together. McKeon handed Monaghan a paper of some description--it may have been a bill. They had a few words and as McKeon was going away on his horse Monaghan called him a b rogue. George Joliffe, subpoened as a witness, deposed.-I saw McKeon ...
MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
MACEDON. *----------c- : : FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday. The waterwork's men are getting on very will with their undertaking. The drain sinkers and plumbers are working their way through the township, and the reservoir makers are also progressing favourably with their work. The water is expected to be totally laid on in about 2 months. The weather at present is very accept able, bdug warm with pleasant cool brectes. The Easter holidays passed off very quietly in this locality, the inclenim?t state of the weather at that time, no doubt, marring the enjoyment of pleasure seekers to the water-falls. Grass is still very scarce in this dis trict, and in consequencc, cattle are not in very good condition. The potato crops around here have turned out to be a failure. Nearly all the tubers are infested with the dry rot. The work of b-ijd;i Mfr Dan.vss butter factcry is getting on very satis factory and it is supposed to be com pleted in about one or two weeks. The Woodend cricketer...
SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. (Before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P.) DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
SUNBURY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. (Before ]Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P.) DEBTS,. Bulls Shire Council v. John Kerr. -Claim for :£19 4s for rates,. Defendant admitted the debt, .Order for . the amount and 5s costs. Frank McKebii -:iArthur.' MIonaghan. -Claim for £1 7s 6d. work and labour done. Defendant -admitte.....the. .debt but thought the charge for repairing-a dray excessive. McKeon stated that he repaired- the body of the dray, and fixed the tail: boards and side rails. He thought-i :ti charge a fair one. In reply to defendant witness said ht put a piece of board in the side ana front of the dray, but cid not repair t~i bottom of it. John McKeon corrobnated the evi dence given by his father and said the .charge for the work was reasonable enough. - : Monaghan got: into the :witnePs? box and characterised the charge for th?e dray as extortionate. He considered 8s sufficient for the job. McKeon here commenced to question the defendant about the work...
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. $ in the column signifies that the offices named at the top are shut on the day named. When any holiday falls on a Sunday, it is kept on the Monday following. All these offices are closed at noon on Saturdays. OFFICES. Sun, Jan 1, New Year's Day $~ Thur, Jan 26, AnniversaryDay $ $ Fri, Mar 31, Good Friday $ $ $ Sat, April 1, Easter Eve $ $ Mon, April 3, Easter Monday $ Tues, April 4, Easter Tuesday $ Sun, April23, St George's Day Mon. May 22, Whit Monday $ Wed,May24,Queen's Birthday $ $ Tue, Jun 20, Queen's Accession Tries, Nov 7, Melb Cup Day ) $ Thur,Nov9, P. Wales' Birthdy $ 4 $ Thur,Nov 30, St Andrew's Day $ Mon, Dec 25, Christmas Day $ D $ Tues, Dec 26, Boxing Day PHASES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. Month;. D)a of Mlonth. Time. January. Wednesday 18 11. 8 a.m" February Friday .17 1 57 a.m March;: Saturday. 181 2 13p.m" April l Monday 17 12 14 a.m, May Tuesday 16 8 27 a.m* June Wednesday 14 3 31 p.m July Thursday 13 10 27 p.m. August. Saturday 12 .6 28 a.m. September ...
RAILWAY TIE TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
ITAILWAY TIE TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOUIRE, aim. a.m. p.m. p. .m. p.m. Bendigo ... 6.10,12.0 3.15 7.20 Golden Square ... 6.13 12.3 3.1I 7.23 Kangaroo Flat. . 6.171122.7 8.22 ¶ Ravenewood' ... l2.26 ¶ ... Harcourt ... 6.50'12.40- 3.55 . , arr. c.. 7.0 12.50 4.5 8.5 Castle'ne dep... 7.5 122.55 4.10 8.10 Chewton ... 7.14 1.4 4.20 8.22 Elphinstone Ž ... 7.29 1.19 4.31 ¶ Taradlac ... 7.34 1.25 4.41 8.47 Mahlmsbury ... 17.43 1.35 4.52 8.57 Redesdale Jon ... ¶ 9¶ I Sarr. ... 7.5 1.1 5.8 9.12 Kyneton dep.6".l1 3.15 2.6 5.23 9.27 Oarlsruhe 6.28 ... 2.13 5.0 . . Woodend 7.0 8.30 2.22 5.38 9.4.42 Macedon 7.13 8.40 2.33 5.50 ¶ Gisborne 7.24 ... 2.41 5.55 9.57 Riddell's Creek 7.36 ... 2.53 6.6 ¶ Lanceficld Jun 7.50 ... 3.3 6.17 ¶ Sunbury 8.10 9.10 3.18 6.32 10.30 Digger's RIest I1 ... ¶ Sydenham ¶ ¶... ¶ St Albans 8.40 ... 3.40 6.51 10.48 Bravbrook Junm8.50 ... ......... FootscrayWesti8.55 ... | MiddleF'tscrayi ¶ ... ¶ ¶ --N Melbourne j9.6 9.46 4.4 7.21 11.11 Melbourne 9.10 9.50 -4.8 7.25 11.15 ¶ ...
THE GENERAL. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
THE GENERAL. BY ISAAC RATEY]. CHAPTER II. This track went through the Black Forest and I believe it struck Major Mitchell's line somewhere in the vicinage ofKyneton. Later on it branched off at the head of the gulley in front of Mr Richard Bell's house, passed through Dunfords Lancefield Station then des ignated as it is now, and as a local route that track bore the appellation of Duns ford's-road. When the topography of the country became. better known the Sydney-road struck off near the present hay market and went by Kilmore which place, to my certain knowledge, was develloping into a farming centre as far back as the year 1844. Jackson had hardly established himself when there was an influx of travellers both ways, either in quest of squatting property or seeking work as station hands. Pro visions were so. dear that it meant ruina tion to Jackson to supply wayfarers with food. People of this present 1893 have no idea of the straits the- pioneering pastoralists were put to to make...
SETTING FIRE TO THE BOLINDA RUN. HARRIS' DISCHARGED AND GLEESON SENT UP FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
SETTING FIRE TO THE . : BOLINDA RUN. r HARRIS' DISCHARGED AMID GLEESON.. SENT UP FOR TRIAL. At the Sunbury Police Court on r Wednesday - morning, before Mr J. J. O'Meara, P.M., and Mr Clarkson, J.P., Archibald Harris and Mark : Cleeson were charged, under section 185 of the Crimes Act. with wilfully and maliciously setting fire to the Bolinda run, the property of Sir W. Clarke, on Sunday, 19th March. The prisoners were up on remand. r Harris I leaded not gailty and Gleeson 6 cohfessed to his guilt. t Constable Wilson reviewed the details r of the case, the particulars of which have f previously appeared in this paper. He I explained that the prisoners were re manded from the 22nd ult.,, Gleeson for' medical treatment. The only a thing in the. recent evidence, that wouldi be likely to implicate Harris was the remark of Gleeson, after he had caused c the fire, when he said " I've done it." This pointed to premeditation. Heo had two certificates from Dr Shields a concerning Gleeson. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
-Rail-way Hotel, • V lT S TREE'T, SUNBiUIRY. TRO'i: : T - .,I: :- ,Splendid Shooting a t _l S Fishing. Ferrets sup pli,,d. Horsesanl:unUg-. :gies always on ha.n, ., , - to couxey Fisliin"g arvd h Shoot.ing parties. i-,X1 , pI nibers of. Cricket. - Bicycle, and : Ftb all . .* .w ,?. clubs will find .first s : d:? .i o-i xx : elass accommodation. is.rPan ,w, ::.:i .Best brands of Wines, S(S. ,. -, ,' " Ales,Spiritsand Cig?irs Fr-x? alwavs in .stock. iRli.b ?i.A]IL':i DRIhKS .KEPT COOL DURING TIHE J-:nOve. -: o .wnrEATHER.t --oa +x'W:! ,orf 8 1 `S' Gr 0URT- HOUSE HOTEL STORE . n "i, T P . " .: , br d : 0i: , : .: Ales; Wines, and Spirits, of the .ii 'Best Quality Always on Hand First Class S *CCO-V1MO DATIOJ1 FOR :2 ,Families and Visitors. CHARGES MODERATE Ll?o r?: ` CONVEYANCES ON HIRE. S. I: y, Corn and: Chaff F, .Brown, Protrtetor. - f*l*r-i f l Slt " : . ltuj pertsw ood Hotel, . -E EDANS. STREET, SUNBURY. Iw ,, - - . ,_ . t A&lt;Begs to inform the inhabiiints of Surft 0 "-;...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
NEWS AND NOTES> : Mr . George. Mlillett, the popular proprietor of the Rupertswood Hotel, has, since his return, gone to a deal of "'tFiblr- "nid considerable expense to., have . this commodious building thoroughly r?enovated. We have, been' shown through the rooms, and each one is the picture of comfort and propriety. The re-fitting has been done in a prac ticable manner, and reflectq great credit o'fthe nien Who were entrusted with the undlertaking. The bar has lieeh news floored, and iuiprover?ents of. every dtesription have beean made to suit thf?. requiremelits anhad "conienience of the public. The parloiurii a hae reeived new furniture, and every. provision has been made for-travellersi, In fact 'i Milletj may now fairly claim to be the possessor of one of the best hotels out-' side the metropolis. Mr Davis, of -Holden, one of the candidates for the extraordinaay vacancy: in the West Riding of the Shire of Bulls, which occurred through the demise of Mr Michael Loeman, addre...
MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 7TH APRIL, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
MELTON S.HIIIE -LOTSC( CIL. Fartna, 7Ta APRIL, 1898. The ordinary mc2ing ,of the above 1 shire council wa- held at t'he stiire hall , 'iP~Riay, April the 7th, when there ,-ere present : - Crs Whfite (n ti _t?he chair), Sheller, oare, 'Beattie, Lodk, rown, M'Corkell, and M'Pherson. MINUTES. The mi?ates if the previous meeting were read and ýcrI&rm. TENDERS. Contract No. 8'93, S.R.-Supply 200 :yards od maintenance metal, :nd 100. .yards of gravel on Toolern road, north ,of Hoare's house. S£. s. d. .indlater and Balddwin 39 11 8 7Barr 41 19. 0 Law and Arkle 7 18 0 Erskim 44. 11 8 I)elahunty -43 .6 8 The tender :of Law.and .Arkle was ac 'cepted. --Cuntract No. 9193, S.R.-One level .crossing, and supply of 100 yards pit gravel on Melton Railway-road.. £. s. d. "Whlte and Baldwin 24 11 3 •Findlater 25 2 6 MJonaghan (informal) 20 5 0 Law and Arkle 21 15 0 The tender of Law and Arkle was -ac .cepted. Contract No.10/93, E.R.-Six chains of pitched and metal construction on -lolden-roa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
:1 l GeneraX 1nformatiou. :'. . . . : • THE NEW POST bOFFIGO REGU Lb TIONS. MAILS CLEARED MELBOURNE. BENDIGO. 8-30 A,. . I7-l A.M. 2-45 P.M. 45 P.M.e 7.-4 P. .I 7-45 P.M. OPEN FOR DELIVERY. The Post Office will te open fr6m 9 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.ii. train till 8.30 p.m. Stamps obtained to 8 p.m. t The ho6iws for registration of letters are 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. 3 The telegraph portion of the office *ill be open from 8 0 a.nm. till 8 p.m. Alkltelegrams must be written in ink. Money Order and Savings Bank business will be transacted 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 the hours 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the receipt of deposits o?ly. Cheques will not be received in con nection with any of the above Offices. POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtained, and will be payable at any Money ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 15 April 1893
eejiry .Descriptioni of JOB PRINTINPG LI'"-T "CUTED : CAIbEFULLY 'AND. z-" "; Wu THDIqPATCU. - 1 4* * 4* -t ; ·-r v Busminess ýAN INTERESTING LETTER SOl A war5L-KNOWN , SPECIALIST. ·;:. ·.- · ·---- 5)'R JAIF.S D. LLEWETLYN, who is dulb - Quaid:ed and tegistered by the Medical Boards. of Victbria and New South Wales, is aware ?"?,a by :depirthig from the usual - routine of practice and d-voting himself exclusively to a special "ranch, whleh he has done for some time, he,is not strlutly following the paths of professional etiquette; but, at a considerable body of the profession are stlu disposed to stand coldly aloof from. anyone of their' ?.?!tihter' Who acquires poularlty-|in the treatmeat of certatii allnmnts and .is really a Modical SgtiialistfIse 48,v.s "not 'hesitate to resort to What he considers legitimate means for the purposeof disarmingoynical criticism, and of enuaging as far as he is able the con. .?: fidence of the public. It is assuredly better to seek risistance from t...