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LECTURE AT THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

LEICJURE. AlT. HE EHALL. Last Snturday evening Bishop Mereis of London, gave a very interesting ilec ture iatthe institution on "IThe Lonido , Post' Office," in which he ddpdseribed And. reviewed the postail system of Eglanid.. He said that .in the.prep?ratiiin of. this lecture he had" been assisted by the 'chief clerlk of the Post-office, who had- give - him fre?t access to' th gerieral .ist otfie: and 'furnished: hiim niti official documents:. A..After poinling out ?that? a system of po'stalcommnunicatio n existiol in very "ancient . times, .,as proved to1 fi?tu the:' Book of Ester, the bishop.. traced the history of the post-of:ice from the reign; of good Queen ,Be ss, ho,. iii: thoulgh there vas no r-egr iei postal. syStei" Jamies I triel a system of forein service for English meielinihanit and: Oni wles I,; a servicel .for; indland .i letters ::t irate fromn 2di .to 8d . iAfteri this? th inifant post-offie beguin to grow: 'a troiblesoume baby.:. ?At fi ast it c.ept.. :It hiai s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 92. (Before Mr McMahon, J.P.). DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

-- FriDFta Jui .: J o,.' . :- (Brfo ,. Mr McMalt?thonT I) -R ?T?omas, Higgins ast charged by ilounte? i Cn: 1 w ils be ati with' nmag di unk and disorderly in a public sret on 'Tinusdv veiui'ig Pi:ij: 'ier pleatdei?d guislty:: it lie :counatle isaid that when re turn'in froni tiheiconrsing oval Diggers i 'ls'i ihe Ficnie across the prisoner in a aul staite of dr'dunkenness, mounted on a liio rso He was beating the animal severely with a stick. Prisoner has been fore thle conrt within less than a month fori lnsulting behavior. He could not oile into the township without getting :aiiilnk and causing trouble. ::Prisoner appeared very penitent and proilmised faithfully that if discharged he woilul "go straight away and take the pledge andl never taste another drop." The wily magistrate, however, knew too much for that and after censuring lim 'severely for his ill-usage to the poor unftortuunte dumb animal, and a 'ttituch, up,'' for getting drunk inttictel alfine oflOs,- in default 48 ho...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

SPORTING NOTES. [By TLrs.] The VR.C.;Grand National Meeting will be resuined and concluded to-day. The ball will be set rolling with the OUen Hurdle Race, for which there are forty entries. Haviilah through his victory in the igiden Hurdle Race last Saturday, has been awarded 10st lllb; He .appears .to me to be the pick of the basket. This horse has so wonderfully improved of late that I fully expect him to he classed as one of our very best hurdle racers before the 'eas'on is over. To hazard-a: place selection, I:will' declare as follows : Havalah '. 1 Tai forth 2 Pilot 3 :With Elfie the best ouitsider, . A very large field' v ill faice the starter for the Lawir ::Handicap, which:presents: .a very .open -appearance indeed.I like.the chanuces of: -Prohl Pudor 1 Berrigan 2 SGraduate 3 The net anrd :nimst importirat on the card .is the (GIraid National Steeiplechaise. [ still s:i; to` imy fanrcy for this ritee, vi , l RelI :p.. T is horse- ha. incarred a tthb. penalty= for hIs win in ...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 92. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M., the Rev. Clarkson and Messrs McMahon and M'Auliffe, Js.P.) BREACH OF THE LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

(J?efor' ?Ia r Bartiptp.i.P M.i .lie JR . Clrlksdin and'd Macssrs McMalion -i ::,l ^ :iaind i4.Aulifk ts .P)..' ,:: FACr 01A OFTHE LICENSING ACT. , Michal Fafniiing was dlhirged. under t he Licensing Act, with iihaving his baur -'ooropen -during ulawful hiours ontlie 1 Jnu;? Junia, ( day), andi f?'tlier, :,ith .se:llig liquior on thaitdajt:ri: ile defei ;; aiit is^ he -liceisee: of tle Railiway tEi tcEviin-street, dilinr. o, :: i efendlant pleaded guilty to the fi ;st Sch:ui'ge, thit of having the bar door :-::nspector' Scaul-n aippeared to con Sdut. tlle prosecution. He, infornid :tlhe .li tieh'.that tiI r*resent. caso-was one; of ':: iimostglriing nature. When , :conisialel : XVils.on .entered theclhotlion' tlhe diy , iii ?iestioi he fouiid I0 br'11 min drniiking, there. However, as the do fedilfaibit :ws i new to the business of a 'niblicii.hlie wiould'witldrariw thoe~hargu tiESLi. uday.,tradiiig, ad ask *thir \i. orships to inflict iitiiinuii?n in -in eonireitioni authiitlie ope...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

1F' (1 1 AL . ' CE ::. 1l:181 uett'i n the florni~ev sciiond.t~i we t said` the 'ut~ " ,lidL:r :-, .I ýwaith ,eni dudl in a draw'. .he fo1'ii;iirig '.are th teuii:- Rt hisey M 0 &ihIc(c.); L h(3) ýhifiini(M ; \E :h'ion!i, B)druI;u 'Lc 1 .ud, \1uii!M [}exBlor Eeac; Perkins, arid l)e>.isey. SnmuIr.v,: Iliii.s(c), A ll lfrs,,n(2). A . I;,,ardi, .t;, A. Clayton, G. Ellibtt, .1. Guggvit, A.. KurIrle, J. Killunartin, .1. Markham, P. Rynicker, '. Rigg, {H. Sommerville, A. 'Trask, \helan(2). Tle weather was all that could be desired for footballers, but the ground was wet. making it very disagreeable for the players and foiling aill attempts at good play. H. Whelan, W. Whelan, Baines, Killnartin, Trask, J. .Anderson, MaUkhaim, Clayton, Sominerville. Kurrle, and Rynicker, showed to the front for Sunbury, while Cahill, Punch, Balfour, Malcom, Chapman, Moffatt, Kavanagh, and Welsh, played the game for Romsey. After a very evenly contested match, the final result stood Romsey, 1 gl 4...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

N'olices THE Sunbury News PUBLISHED EVEnRSATURDAY, All the News of the Week, Sd PRIGE 3d . Posted to all prts of the AUSTRALIAN FOR. ,,OR DELIVERED FOR :PER QUARTER -0 PRICES OF CASH ADVERTISEMENTS: :Wanted Servants "16 words 1 0' Wanted Situation ,, 1, To Let House ,, 10 ]3oard & Residence 1 , , I; ý 0 Wianted to Buy ,, 1 0 Other'advertiemients - Wantd i ..to S l . ,,, 01 0, Standins Advertisments At Resonable hRates as per Agreement. pnr -inc . : :v .--,:0 :----GENERAL Ex ery description of PLAIN AND .-Exoeuted with neatness and despatcb - x.AT. LOWR5T - RTJMUNERATIVE PRICES RNTI!N.G Il ALL QCOLOR r.. OF - - . S I-OW. BILLS ,~ U ..lbe . .ds , J cl .u.t ]omi dmai. & Sor,, Prt not Itu a j ECj-iANICS' INS8TITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. SU NBURY. THE Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals' and Mail Papers, The rate of subscrip tion for members is as follows:-10/- per :annum, 6/- per half year, 3/- per quarter. Application for Membership, and Letti...

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

Business. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND G-L.AZIER.. All trade materials= kept on.hand at -.oESTIMA TES GIVENo O'Sb an assay Street; SUNBURY. BAKER GISBORNE. BREAD DELIVERED IN WEDNESDAY , EVERY '. :Pastry & Cake. J. WILSON, SGROCER AND GENERAL STORE-KEEPER. EVAN STREET. ·.1.: ::-= ;· ::. OP T OPPOSITE NEW POST IOFFICE. All goods of the best quality. Families waited on for orders '. J. Parkiin. UNDERTAKER, . GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED - TO JACKSON AND HARKER S?S. SUNBURY SiiJ. F. ~iounsey, :MACEDON STREET, SUN TSB U , :.B.LACK.iS2T1H; WHEELWRIGIITl :fonsRse COanFULLY SuoD. CQ orrE PA&ACE, * SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION r or' Familiks, and Visiturs. Charges Ioderate. Business G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor Estimates given for every description O0F . WORK. ,PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. Collages Built, small Deposus, balane al Rent. All Cotnmuncations will receive prompi allen/ion. Frederick Lee, Car...

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

f A niumbdr: of bur ieaders will be glad; to hear thaft there irsa posaibdity of recoeiv-instruetion s from the BanDty anostmister General to arrangelor nly dae letter dehlivery daily, dto bepoteffecrsted roVe the Sunbur ,Poat-office, wito r n ua- head of itfm of il The deliv willst ifor the pubic, bust taster, r Berry, ?a Treceive instructions from the Deputy; Bostrifister General to ar?range for only one letter' dlivery daily, to be effected! froi the Sunburv Poet- office, within a radius of haf a mile. The dlivery will. ho milde at the l d t con ifenrit. hour fo thew pilic, buit tle iime has not ytre hu appoiiaid fted. Corresipondence ie oater sons ii wdistell S given out at the windowne Ti rrang elboi nt is to coeil in fiuore on Mondlay ett, the 18th inat, thoe u inster ctiois lcturoidelrved hty th Bony irn ainswer to :an application, for a ý' o'rshiphll thue Mor b of: Mlbournr to acknowledg-'e with" thaiik~s. the receilipt of- X~26 b.` miaid of th a "fnnrd: forrthy' relict of ,...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

"Be just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1892. A very large number of people will learn with great regret of the death of Mr   Hare, P.M., which occurred at Ruperts-   wood, Sunbury, the country residence of Sir William Clarke, last Saturday aftern0oon. Some few months ago Mr Hare was seized with an attack of diabetes. He was under special treat- ment at Mr T. N Fitzgerald's private   hospital, Melbourne, where he went through a successful operation, and     recovered sufficiently to seek a change here at Rupertswood, where he made good progress until Friday, 8th inst., when he collapsed, passing rapidly into a comatose condition, and died on the following day. Mr Hare, who leaves no   family, married a sister of the late Mr Peter Snodgrass, father of Lady Clarke. He was born at the Cape of Good Hope, in a little village called Wyn- berg, 8 miles from Capetown on October 4, 1830, and was the youngest   son of a family of...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 16 July 1892

The manifest of parcels is at the station for the following :- Ayers, Major Webster, Dowler, Man- well, Godrick , Lind, Dr Johnston, Lock, Williams, Bourke, Cottrell, Cahill, Patt- erson, J.Wilson, Just, Ryan.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

' S 0ýbuu 9,s su~e - to come. a~s skm mv s dCO1m OSsuae\ý & I xt hitout wa-cN'Xp_ -- .s 1a\%2. cs Ga often for ii~5' coin t; \ý 0 oý o U~a r fhm \ o G ataac yyi6- PR EIB7 T 0, nr Onns -n c. /ave. if e. ,7`o S OfEcac;R hYnnS Cured DIARRHOEA DSYSE NTERY ·,ýn ýQraact s~·ate "moc~ ~w~ %Q be o~itie sQ~c sidie ýe`t some NO~wa host it ON Kcmana For Sate byalli~ruzelats, PIR RYDAAr ses yprr p. p OVIDENtCI.R , Miedical. THE WOLD'8S FRIEND. A Cure for I'iles and Fistulas, Diseases 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 cious doses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience wondeiful 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 quicklly abate. No medicines are more efficient in chest complaints, none can be used with equ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

NOTOLIC TO_: CORRESPOND.ENTS AN D CONTRIBUTfORS. Contribut' ons and aill C( ommnuniiations tust b: e 'dii ected lto the 'Editor, Sunbury No notice can be taken of anonymous Voinmunii atious: Every letter mist: be auLcoiipaTiied by the name:aiid address of the i W ter, lot necessardy for pIbliUadciu;, but as a guarantee of goo1 faith, . We would respectfully solicit fromSLere taries and managers of Coni:ert or other Eutertain. nents the printing kild advertis ing connec.ed with the saue,, ad .feei, certain tha. we can give sazisfaction, botlh as regards work aud pri.:.

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 19. 1892. (Before Messrs McMahon and Gellie, Js.P.). INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

y . 1..I L - I . t I M¶1.. (i!f,:,: .?I!-: \ r1 2c\t lh:n and LN.sL,TIG.(1 LKit.IV: lo.0 A youngr man: na:at .:I Tlunn is Ho;. was charge:d b ALMuned-Coltnst.L; W\ilson, with iustutin lb.havior Sunday, the 17tl inst. The accused p!caade.l guilty to` th~ bharge. Th'l constable s:at-.d the facts of -t',,' case were that on Sunday aftarnoon a man named P. l'ibbs came to the police station for the purpose of reportitig :1v assault atvainst Hl-unan. It :appears that tIonau is k;eping company with Fib!s' sister, and on the day in question, accuse I was at the latter's place in a half state of drunkenness when an altercation arose lie tween P. Fibbs and accusel. The result was that Honan struck Fibbs a bhew. Thinking it a family quarrel witness tried to restore order by advising accused to go home. He resehtixd the advice and remarked. "I'll go home when I b-- well like." Hie (accused) also said to Fibbs in the presence of witness, "You have brought Wilson here and I don't care a b---- wha...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

i ie fro 0 our coreol:po-dent ~ 1 elatng to lthigfiet;8 liie0.a$s.~ir as ;fooi -s ?.a\petllisat it;drc; Zo 'lfl ( p?gr?aes (7 49erkactt33 92.Snpp1, sH 4 g4aloay1 j\1paE int ardie. J13?edfode £.l. i :h ay. SY&ii£dtar 11Dhc ; 1his t.h?1 , ldtste s{.o£1, l, ;is"'- 1.he; lo t tgidrr `a;S ac?gp egt utii ] 4at,31.d?-92 , ireadijg i ]Q9jcut i vds : utia Tco&ou roa - KiLtig, £3 I'b;, TBarrs, £241pS, 8i' i4ler iurm 8' ] s. lThe lowest tendre wris o .e r, ?ne.i tecl h ;Wit:l i refren?ce. t .Othle cin is'i. Istiith Clom.Inittee ?g ,,-;ilo state? that o, Ii i've ohtauined edgal; o ithin n os, the' mIiatteri and find thait tlhe com?mittei liaie pow ' l to ':exciude; un) Iioncoi;ii .1)fll ant lekd.".;lc: y atýhrtiltniapi cyniled durit i1 last ,aeek with suddein falls ,of tiu th1a inoelietil aund occi sional highi w.1iids fiom thu N and N `. Rain fell to the i?iaiiit of ? s poiiis: :t.Rain is' till equisreed iII this dliir?.ti tas the irns s has seacrely staf: ted . g1 ghesto reasd...

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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 — 23 July 1892

U-ORRESPONDENCE. [W= do not 'identify ourslvIes wiith the opinionis expressed :by ori correi pondeants.-Ed.] .(eO-TULEDITOa .-OF PTRBI-BURRY -Nawi4 S a,--Presuming y iur report' o e f tlhe police news last. week to be : eorrect, . th : , ; copduct of fInspector Scanlan?i in :th Sunday drinking case, is mist reprethe i sible. How was i':i and und od hliar. circumstances: did he hold a brief-f i: the defence in a case in which le' as.' the prosecutor. He :miust not :be sur: : i -prisd if the., public are Lot ssatisfied.' Then as to 'the nature .of tlhn ddefeice he',e set up " igio anice of the lawR." Is there .: a simipleton simpl3 enougih to believe it. Does anyone believe :that the greenies licensee of a hotel, tr: anyoine else,~n in the asylilm; dies not ?iknow tlhaii it is illegal, 'ot only to have ;his bar :door: open,: but.: to have ed: in -n drinking there on a °Suiday morning? The man ner in whiich:the Inspector dictated- t, the b;ilch : bth as to the mitigate t :petilty, a:t ...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

Postal Notes ifty be obtained;, aind will be: pf able atin M Office i the Coloiy betteei a the,} hout ot 9 in.m aind 8 pam.i. on week dt... a Saturday 'ix cepted Oi Saturdiay b=Iteeil O?m:: and no on ;+ The. follol\ing he the denionintiions of ithle Notei that . ill bec issu ed 'nd the ., - price charged foi" thema Foi a Postal Note of is or is d. the3 3 oundge ih on d For a Postal Note of 2s o2s Gd s .s Gd ,is 4?, of 4s ,d ;,',the pound For' 1Postal Note of lOs, lOs ud' los 01 20s the potuid @ .is 3d TI li value of the Notes hais been so arranged that 'any sium of shilli?gs aid sixpences u'p to one potind puy be re mitted by inot inioie thi:an to of these Notes. Sliildul itbe desired to? i anshii broken sums of p-i' . uoblitei??edta-ip ' not exceediingin ialun5e i may be. af fixed to thle back of a Note:a':and Ith'e amount of thie Note ati:: stdnaps ,will be paid. Should the spaces in a PostaldNote for name of payee: id-. payinig. oillic?, noth be filled up, the iiote 'willibe paya...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. (THURSDAY, JULY, 21, 92.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

* BULLA 8IIRi. CG)UNCIL. (Tiftlsi,.&v. Jtr.y, 21, 92.) The ordinary monthly meeting of the 73dlla Shire Counil was held at the hall ,on Thursday. There were present: C(rs. McAuliffe (president, in the chair), Starklie, Gellie, Mallon, and the sec ret.ary. itNU'rES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRElPONO DKNCE. From C. Whelan, applying for exten sion of three weeks on his contract Granted. From J. Twomey, Broadmeadows. soliciting council to reconsider the de cision of fining him £3 for not finishing his contract within the specified time. The secretary stated that the work was excecuted most satisfactory. Cr. Starkie moved that the £3 he refunded. The motion was seconded ant carried. The president ruled the umotiaon invalid, as a :otice of motion would have to be given. This was agreed to. From William dMeKeale, seo. Vermin Destru¢cive Act; intimating that a con forence will be held at the Town Hall,' Me!bourne, for the purpose of corisider in...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

t,3.2e lust: c~tr/" I- ea,* not. SUN 1i}URY, _A1U Rý1)A j·:uxI ¾ "1\VI lpoiuitedi ouw q fui wi lrt t the on sahishiekoi flI.UInLie it whliiuh't ithe:uri " iuents at' thtu Su ib u post=t-cIiee '.wer uýarriitA ottt, a\4ý _siutAci& (n tit I nu lapied .thni .heretofore.~ uu&4ntnneiid in last isue :i untirv tim 'vtiugt-posutinatorý obsevintg the hlsoluttc ilic ty for a. boy att is uit at thlw oll'ci.eunnutunatcatedl w~idth~ t heu h i- U 't1 110 d dl~aep tulinent to this elh~ett Lot U ~gtul ot complying" with .thisi uIio'st jisttflh~ sie.req~etiQ :he r ýii., l-. . i .. +!! t{ .Ljl -- ·- - .tp L tldt~lthtltObllly "Bltlo I'lV,:ti',rtl'l lli~$ a·Jlhli jai~thlfi U44lf6a11lilily. latitsyt tl l ?i}ýileit'HubetltltýUra1 Vrglli'altil; "g llttp 9Jtl'i88ii~zli`1ýý Iýý>tifiýýfll'11l4ýt tifli~is441e ila i's)blt-pfd's', lmvPv i111)ifl lh -i;+t4Llle aHtlilpfliti'eýýfl~fýitcýLnlitrilý} lt3lility,ýh@ c}1Ag tCe:litiikcltilUttli llcc l~ L4 ýi.Atlntltllý titit}ýýaiý31ýS~týýIý1 iý}1iý'ýe °...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

1f A('E Ei,,N, ~-4----~ (rROr OURt o0W CO IrI? r - ;'T). Fr'i: y. On last Priday af:ern,o Cath.rine Green, aged about four years, daughter of Mr George Green, while playing around the tire-place accidently tippedl a kettle of boiling water over that was standing on the hob with the result that she was badly scalded about the body and legs. Dr. Daly, of Gisborne, was callel in, and he now pronounces her out of all danger. Mr Alfred Allen, of Upper 'Macedon; who some short time ago was unfortu nate enough to break his leg and become an inmuate of the Kyneton Hospital. it is pleasing trnote,is able, with the ai'l of a crutch, to be about again. J. Dunn, whose accident was chron icled through your colunuis a few issues ago, is still an inmate of the hospital and is progressing favorably. A fuarrowed field at Hesket was the. scene of & football match on Saturday last between teams representing Besket anid Macedon. The2. ground was very greasy arid a sleety rain helped to make mat...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 23 July 1892

SPORTING NOTES. [BY Inis] A, I p-ed!iel last week, "Redleap" wo.1 th " Grand National Steeplechase, a:l::icot hme- with the greatest of ease 'iy filly sic lengths, carrying 13st. 131b., his-jt inmpiug being-a- treat--to-witnesse His dral victory in the Grand National Hulrdle and Steeple stamp Readleap as beiung th greatest horse over country, *'v r w. have had in Australia. He was, Sa'.:h ;to the post in capital nick, his: oiisa tioa: bing a credit to his trainer,: I'. TibSalls. Mr Miller has every .reason to• be proud of possessing such an epuine wo: der. Redleap is a broiiwn gelding,; standing 16huds. 3ii., byfDantetfroin Dan= ir.l, anI was bed at M\ssrs Ml1ler Broas stud fairnim Broad.ands Bacchus MMairsll: -ie will noi .doubt win for: his popuiar. owner a few mare -races before he retires fron the turf. IIe has not yet started: iai any race on the flat and will be worth? watching for. some of our important han dlicaps in the spring:. There is no do'ub't :rhail he is p.)ss~es?d o...

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