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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

News and Notes. -4-C-- At the ordinary meeting ?of .th Gis borne Shire Couincilbon" o inMo?idy the question of suulni, lfing delautlting rate payers" in the shire was brought for wa'rd:. It was urged by some coun cillors that intulediate action should be" .taken to& institute' law.-proceedings for the .ecov'ery bf out:standing i rates. After a slight discussion, however, it was a'cede to give the delinquents 14 d:iy's notice, and if the back rates are no: paid up at the expiration of that time action will be taken to obtaii them. A meeting of the Board of Advice for school disctict No 112 will he held at theS SunurV Si:te ;scholl'bn Mon d.ay at 4 p.m. Mr Ch;is,.opher Latwler, Giovernmnent Stock lusl'L-etr, is ldltug the rounds of t.is district. lIe reports very favo:ably of the gou.rdl itealth of dairy eatile. 'The coll iti?~n ioU of o r iulterestii'g stiry entitled .-The Madl Spaniard,," will ib found on the fonrth pa.eie.. I r O'*lrietn's child, which we .etatetd in a prev...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

FARML AND DAIRY PROiDUCE. REPOIRT. Cheese: In fair supiply, and for print'e the nmiarket is firm from n (;id. to 7d., and good 4d. to 64. Fresh Blitter : An io creased sypply to hid, slightly firmner thanu last week. Pottecl, old; Very little forward, prices for anythi?1_, prim.n bhiun very firm. from 1.. 5J. to Is. I ;d. P lb. Prime dairies br-l'uit. '!om Is. il . to I 1 0 1i%4h factory to Is. id. (. od liut tr 1 stG., few cases onily lower. ,_,,'s: A fair stp;ly frlom Is. 431!. - dot. I:lcon, towtn ,ured, du:1 fro'm 7. to 91. Hamns, 74. to 8d4. "1,)k, G(d. to Td. Poul try : Fowls browh: t frola 2.,. .i pair for inferior, and ls. to :3s.. 1d. f:r best, I)aiks, 3s. G.J. to rs. Geese, 5s. tid.to 65. Turikes, 7s. to los. , . .. " , , q . , . , -

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

Sporting, Notes. [Br IRis. id The introductory event of the V.R.C" Id Grand National M eIting, which takes at place to-day at Flemington, is the t. Maiden Hurdle Race, which presents a y. very open appearance. Star of Erin, 1. Mikado II, Osrie, Abergyle, Buttons, and s. Tavforth, have all performed in public n creditably. Star of :Erin ran a good )r horse in this race last year having ran s second to his. P'ss:bhl he may go on it better this time and fronm what I can i- hear his trainer thinks he is sure to win. d Buttons is an improving horse and Sligo is very favor:,l.y spokltn of. Mr is Miller has three engaued, viz:-Lois, ' Norhert and Marsh. Of Lois I kt:ow 0 nothin!g ahout. u ot?o?ert has per p formed very creditabiy on. the flat on several occasions, having won the last G,,elong cup, but fronl inf,.rn:ation S received he is tot taking kindly to the jumping business ar:d for that reason I it must diicard (lrim. The other reprtsncnt c ative, Marah. I hear very good iccunrts of....

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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FOOTBALLERS' CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

FOOTUALIEHS' CONOERY' ANDi BALL. A. concert and ball,' inaungurated undei" the auspices of the Sunburmy Football Club, was held at the Mc- .. chanies' linstitute last evenhig. T'hThi conei'rt was held first,, and it pt!ssed off with great- erlat: Taking into con-. sideration the excessive daml)p ues of thm weather, the attendance was large We have not space to enter into an inf dividual criticism . of the. vocalists. Some of the part-takers were from the metropolis and the remainder was. comn posed of- locin talent, Mr J. Eadie presided. The ftll'iwing is the pro gramme whi'h.? was g'cie through! : Mr 'lcGeorge,' song," "Bring back my fisherboy " Miss I)owler,. song, "Scotch lassie J eau :" Mr W. R'an. song, "Bally bo, bridge brigade ;" Me Kerney,:Comic "Nobodv knows what trolule was there :" Miss Sniith, song, " Let me dream, againu ;" Mr Benedick, recitation, "The Life Boat :" Mr Lewis, "Encore one polka ;"Mrs Butler, .song, "Mona;" Mr 1H. Walsh, song, "A soldier and a man:" iMr B...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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MACEDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

HAGEDON. (Fraor OUR OWN CORRXSPONDEWT). Thursday. It is with regret I have to chronicle another severe accident to a'young man of Upper Macedon. While driving-a' horse last week the aninial bolted, and Duinn, jumping out of the dray, did iot get clear, with the result that the wheel caught him and caused his Ieg to bireak. The sufferer was conveyed to the Kyne ton Hospital on the evening of the accident, where his leg was set. He is now progressing as favorably as can be expected. Sometime after 10.30 on Saturday night a saddle, bridle, halter and buggy whip were stolen from the premises of Mr O'IIare. The articles were safe in the stables at the above hour, but when opened on Sunday morning the articles were missing. On the same night a silver mounted set of buggy harness was stolen from Ma r Mr Ramsden's resi dence. The harness was put in the stable at a quarter past nine on Satur day night. The collar of the above set of harness was found on the road to Gisborne on Sunday morning...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LECTURE AT THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

LECTURE AT THE HALL. On Wednesday night, Bishop Meyers, of London, delivered a lecture at the Mechanics' Hall, Sunbury, in aid of the Melbourne Relief Fund, but owing to the unproplitious condition of the weather, the attendance was smndl. The lecture was on " Kin. Christ on David's Throne," the basis of which was the par'able of the .two sticks in Ezekel 37. The subject ,.was divided into four sections-" The 'Nation," " The Land," " The City," and "'The King." There is one nation on earth Jehovah has chosen for his own. He said, " 0, My Nation, Israel Mine Inheritance." " My People." There is one Land on earth JIehovah claims. He says, " The Lanud ismine," "Thle Lord's Land," "Etninan ucl's Land." '"There is one City above all other Cities." "It is the City of the Great King"-the " King of the Jews." Under these four headings the bible was searched as to the past history and future glory of the ancient people. The Bishop dug down deeply into the biblical mire, and produced many nug...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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THE MAD SPANIARD. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

JIE Jt A!) Sf fliIAirlie H PTER ...... I." aheret ba~lee found .or didthe tracks ., ?6?:.loo kmg:tnaI tli e h lfle-hrbio? one, ¢ven?. up nontiii t. Somcdi tid the. poi yogung. Ifllow'?liad drownied himself iii a fit . U;iLf'!?Ui? lh? ly; ' otlher.s, that hle had goc.itwaxt" t and vxluntteered into the riii ksof his forner regiment. Mlos~t yeopl6 belevedl the former; for, indeed iow . could a high-i.pirited yoiung fclliw consent to serve as a private lwhere hIc hiul worn the gold epaulets of an officer ? Many an anxious search w:as made--not Iv Lord Clare or any of his p.ople ; ii never madeitl the slightest inqirhies after him--dis(J'ned( hin, in fact-but by the dwellers or tlle island!- along the shore for his body, in case the wa\vcs shoultd catst it up; but they never did. If the sea held his body it kept it close in its dept.hls, and did not yield it up to the search eirs. erS. By-and-by it began to lie runonred tlhat hIis "fetch" wa:s appearintg. People, hlattd at night along t...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

Football. The following are the premiership matches' to be played in Melbourne to-day:--Essendon v. Fitzroy at E.M. C, ground. Carlton v. South Melbourne, at M. C. ground. Melbourne, v. Footscray, at Warehousemen's C. ground. Geelong v. Williamstown, at Geelong. Port Melbourne v. Rlichmond, at Richmnnond. Collingwood v. North Melbourne, at North Melbourne. St Kilda (vacant). Our Macedon correspondent, under date of Thursday, writes:-"The Island," Gisborne, was the scene of great enthus iasnm on Saturday last when teams representing Gisborne and Macedon met for the second time this season in a friendly contest. Their first match played at Macedon resulted in a hollow victory for lMacedon. Great interest was evinced in the match as the locals had their strongest team in the field and the visitors only a moderate one. .Morand led the Gisborne twenty, while Willey made his first appearance in the field as the skipper of the visitors. Turner made a very impartial umpire. Willey won thu t...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

~;:; /ns/ n dg J~'r n,." among~st ttli· X31t!, li1s o~f ib 2 Suahui~1v iIcehamulcs' ImmSi itutt: C boiiullittc', \IIU vc~rte Pr~~I·CLCt alt the( iL)~tiii i; n 'ifoudavly ec oilingb , it ·ould u,: Iiivt' Žrei~tvd Li gloI itt~oi 'lipli 'ict Cii' who I· IIS-ti luiii 'amb~e-1nont, anld stiimi.l~enbl s!i z";ijiiti by,\ the reidoiat cnd potnlrviui'ntteC incia,· asu, to kli!ouvhl~g, inipylicc dented. M 5r Looney wa, onlhis feet in i mlOmllit, and asked the chairman if tjin'rei was> anything ciltitined in their in'ie allowii the ieporters| thb privilege of entering the uieiaigs: -'13t before bhe"sv ?ts5iis ~i:er, relie questio 1nd..lie re-, poi~te ns ta'i~ ht tibiw h It ~e~r-r epriesend;l 'iitl.t vhihad= despatched fliutus h 4 u . th e fxecti , ., to, which °cluere,ýttn~ res atLystruthful,.edwatzaight foriarv; , 'ere: given. A,- very dis co?rtleous ffi uiilbeoinoiug step- was-the next n overfi1tS for,= w-ithout evien giving the reporter an opportunity of ietiring! before i:ecŽivilg a ver...

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Gisborne Shire Council. (MONDAY, JULY, 4, 1892.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

Gisborne Shire Council. (MoN DA, .JTrix, 4, 181)2.) Th ?ordinary ninrithlv 'meeting of thel Oisbornie Shire Council' was held ion Mohlday. :There: wei6, present:--Crs. Allen (presidentt), Christian, Lansdown,: WVodward, ar Hamiltoin, Cherry, Gard ner; Slattqry,. Callanan, Watt..and J'atirell. The minutes of the previous meeting. were read and confirmed. CORRERPO)NDENCE. From John Ryan, licensed carrier, Gisboi'ne, stating that he had repaired thet road, approaching his cab-stand at ai cost of 14s, and asking council to pay him half the amounlt-Agreed to. From S. Kilmnartin, Upper Macedon, ' reqiesting council to pass account for £8 5s. for woik executed on road leading to Mr T'ucket's, also £9) 18s. for taking rock out Victorianl-road and constructing a 10 chaai drain-Attended to. From W. Mackrell, jun, secretary to the Vermin Destruction Act Melbourne, intimating that a conference will be held at the Town Hall, Melbourne, on August £3, for the purpose of having the pro sent Act ame...

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

Zho/ices THE Suribbwy =News i'UBLISHEflD YSUTiDAY AllTh?c News- of -the Week, S 'Postedto al]Yparts of the;` UST1RALIAN S; COLONIES FOR OR DELIVERED FOR PER QUARTER S.PRICES ,OF .CASH ADVERTISEMENTS: S 'anted Servants 16 words 1 0 . anted Sittiation " ,, " 1 0 " To Let Hoduseo ,,' A 1 ]loard & Resideince - . , 1 0 Wanted to Buy ... ,, ,, 1 0 Wan\ied tS'ell .:. ,,. 1 0 For Sle... . ,, . 1 0 T1eners .. ":. , , , 2 0 2 0 Lost-& Fouu:d ...r 2 0 -Other 1dvernetisents p.r .inch .. ,,: 3 0 Standindg Advertisnens at Resonable Bates as per Agcelci'e t. T E 1. Z W $ , GENERAL *-''' " ( ' " ' PRI:NTING Executed with neatness and dospatch - AT LoWEaT - RU?MUNERATIVE PRICES :-.PRINTING IN ALL COLORS , - OF- S.iEATI0 L C...L. .. s : -' ,SHlOW BILLS I Expeditiouslv P )rinted • "1 Pro rmmes dt~i?":. , X .: spots, e a) " :?..".-:-. - AI ?-l OR i.'flWADi1DP ON APPLIcATION :u.?u-::d:? in & Sons, N 'olices. THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. - EAD-- OFFICE--=,-.. CSAr? Qi...

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

W. CLAYTON, .Painter, Paperhanger AND SG-iAZIER) . All: trade materials kept on hand at Miii LBOL RNE PRICE, -o ESTIMATES GIVENo Gsiasnassay Street, SUNBURY. BAKER GISBOBIIE. T.. RAD DELIVERED IN W EDLESDAY SEVERY Orders Taken for Pastry & Cake. VJ.' WILSON GROCER AND GENERAL STORE-KEEPER. EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All goods of the best quality, Families waited on for orders. W. J. Park in. GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HIARKER ST. SSUNBURY J, F? . Iounsey, MACEDON STREET, STT UB R Y, . I.: -.;,LI/"?CF1?:' IBH, WHEELWRlGHT ..:::':;:' HORSsE CAURIFULL" SIonD, TIHE SUNBURY NEWS :, cry Satur:day. Itis;irJss G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, , YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor Estimatcs given for every description WORK. PLANS , and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. Collages Buil!, small Deposts, balance al Re,!. All Commumncalions will receive prompl al/enlion, F. LEE Carpenter and Joiner, Furniture made to order, UPHOLSTERER FRENCII P...

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Railway Manifest. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

Railway Manifest.   The manifest of parcels is at the station   for the following :- Matron Lunatic Asylum, Clerk of       Petty Sessions, Mr Berrisfodd, Schott,     Clyne, Hirst, P. Burns, M. Ryan, Miss   Sage, Mrs Williams, Mrs Whosan, Sec-   retary cemetery trust.

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 9 July 1892

News in Brief. The concert last evening proved successful. The ball was well attended, and the music provided par excellence. Weather cold and rainy. Press reporters an "eyesore" to some people. Lecture on "Post Office, London,"     to-night.       Cabs have commenced running at Sunbury. Sunbury play Gisborne at Gisborne, to-day.       Police Court on Wednesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

All Disorders affectiuii the Liver, Stomach, and Bowels. These Pills can be confidently recommen'led as the most certain remedy for indigestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, constipa tion, and all the many maladies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. These Pills are alteratives and strengtheners of the stomach. They may be taken munder any- circumstances. Weakness and Debility, Nerrous: Irritability. The wholesome effect exercised by these' admirable Pills over the blood is like- a charm in dispelling low spirits, and restoring cheerfulness. Their mild aperient qualities well fit them for a domestic medicine, par. ticularly for females of all ages and periods of life. To :Regain Health, Strength, and Vigour. Whenever persons find themselves in that s stitetterined a "little out of health,'- it -is. necessary: that Holloway's Pills should be perseveringly taken, as they not only rid both solids and fluids of all morbid matters, baut regulate all disordered actions,...

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THE MAD SPANIARD. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

TJ-IE JvAI' SjAJp11ARrk. CHAPTER IV. Until the Mad Spaniard came! The wonder was holw he learned it. Some Spaiisli archives, perhaps' preserved-re membrance of the, vessels in which the gold was carried, and some chance in cident had brought to light where her ruined timbers lay:. Now, we understood what the old for eigner's. boat-building meant! snow we knew how little of the fool or the mad man there was about him! he had labored zealously, untiringly, in his questi had taken cunning steps enough to keep ::our siuperstitious islanders' eyes from his work; and had found at last his reward. The strangely-rigged barque was bearing even ntow; off to Spanish soil solid gold and treasure. How we wondered, to be sure, and how marny of us writhed under our sense of wrong and disappointment! For was it niot our gold he had carried off ?--it was long enough in our island to be our pro :perty. Oh, if we only had known it was therel Maledictions loud and deep follow ed in the wake of thai tre...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

- POSTAL ::NOTES.," : Posta Notes may ibe obtained and will be payable at any Moniey: Offm?in the Colony batween the iiours of 9 a m and8 8min. oi week days Saiturday ex' cepted. On= Saturday, betwieen 10 a and noon. 1 The following are tihe d??onination i of the Notes that will'b? issuei~d; 'and' ie: price chiarged for them - For a Postal Note of is or is 6d the poiudage is .d For a Postal Note of 2s , 2s .3d 3s., 3s. 6d.,4s , o dr 4 ,the pon d age is .. . d For Postal Note of 5s or s7 Gd(, the pouniidaue is. 2d ,For a Postal Note of`l lOs,;-; Gd. 1s. or 20s the pound 2,d is 3d SThie vgidue of thie Notes has b-een -o arranged that ins'ni fsliilliig and sixp'encs uip to one pounid nly be re :mitted_ by_ not more ;than two, of these Notes:? hiolditbi dile1si~ced to transmit broken sum of penculinoblite i ed stamps not exceedin in'value ? 5il. mfay be af. fixed ,to the' ba.k' of a Note, arid the amoun0t of lth Note and stamps will be paid. :Should the spaces in a Postal Note for :niie...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

MACEDON. iROMr OUR OWN CORRIS ON p, DENT" Ol Sitiurday evening. a eiiceting of thei tnuumitte;apipointel to urr iigo all prcilinnlina?lvecessitics for sippliyl ing this itoi\~shipi with aiter (somethi? : luch ieedel4) w ls held' at~tNichloll' -Hotel , di Veeiton was; appoitiie likiiran Thc secletary, Mi Pliehina read thle mifiiutes of last nceti ; w;hich were confit led A i epot 1i as received oroic-'Mr'Stuart iluuajC, Goscument ,;'. engineer, iilative fi' a visit he miade t : the. lace foin whe? thei.ate ?is to be taken foni :id Spiiitn;i oni the Westeii sick of the mount 1n ins report Na Mut ay stated that the above would be the most asitable place to obtaina supply; hi ot, but aiaese i vou b iwoulddahai to be ad, eapable of ihioldig1 vi nilhon glons. The repot t as received, and the secletary. strt?c f to a~ike a :icoui : plt list of all ite is ithin theii pioposee ti ust E Ie ngieei ui eha g if the scheie MrP W ,owler`'0esta mates the. potbiolei . ;li he scheme at £ ,0(1O #f th6...

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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 — 16 July 1892

C:) RRESPONIDIENCE. [We di, -not idintifty ursdvite with tlie opinions exprsl' s,.l by our corres pondenits.-Ed.] (TO TIHF I,iITrORI OF TiII SUNBURY NEWS.) In reading 'the lealing article in last Saturday's issue of the .Sunbury, N'ews, with reference to the action takui- by the committee of the .Mochanic's Insti tute and Free Library at its recent meeting, in not allowing the repro sentative of the local newspaper to be present at, pµch meeting, I was rather surprised to find that the article was in some respects misleading. The eld motto, "one story is good till another is toll," applies a.mirally in this case. On the night of the nmecting, as the moImbers present were allowing a few riiinutes' grace to the absent members, the reporter of the local paper walked into the hall andt sat himself on the chair placed:,bhy the table for the honorary secretary. H: -sat there for a .time, plaiing'. his note piaper ron the ftablef and then irasked : one -of the .imembers near him if "thi s ...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1892. (Before Mr McM[?]hon J.P.). DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

S UNBUTRY POLICE COURlT. -4---~- TuEsDAY, UL.v 12, 1892. ( ( ?fore Mr M 3 .i.hon JLP). DRUNK AND DtISOIIDEf: Y. David Dougall was charged: bU Moinnfd Constable W'ilson with hbeig druink and disorderly in a public.- '.place on Monday afternoon. The prisoner pleaded guilty. The Constable- stated that he attended the 3.18 p.m. train on Monday, when he observed prisoner in a state of inebriation on the station. He wantq(ito travel bhy the train but was disallowed, and he stumbled up against one of the carriages. SWitness advised him to get off the station 1: and haIve a sleep, but he proved totally incapable and was subsequently conveyed to. the lock-up. Prisonerdid not resist and -was very quiet. M r M cMahon: Has the prisoner ever been before this court previously?; Constable: No,: Your Worship. This is the, first time. Mr MrcMihohn to pris6i?ri YXiunsliouild be `very careful iand not6 get inesuch a :tafe of intoxication.' You 'were en danigPig :your .lifc. by attempting to board a tr...

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