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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
NEW WEEKLY PAPER. THEI-I, REPORTER To be Circulated in Box Hill, Surroy Hills, Caunberwell, Canterbury, Doneoistor, Italwyn, ]Burwood, Blackburn,'., ..-_ .. . Mlitbham, lingwood, And the Surrounding Districts, THE "REPORTER' Will be P'ublished lSolely In the0 Loeal Interests and to Advocate tho llcquiremente of above diatrictg, T'uil Accounts of the Polico Court and Council Proceedings will be ,given, together with all Sporting, Local and D)istrict News., FIRST ISSUE: Wednesday, 26th June, 'GENER AL. i PRINTING Executed at Melbourne Prices, comprising: POST'fitS, IIILLIMEADS, .. IJUSINISS CAlIDS, , CONCIiT TICKETS, , IIANDIIILLS, VI,.SVITING CARDS. MEMO. FORMS, MOURINING CAIDS, l?DEAL1VEIY OOKS,.,., FOOTBALL CARDSII, .PAMPJI"ETS, CI1ICULAII', ELECTION ,CARDS, ' REIOCEIPT ''BOOKS;` . CONCERT ": u ALL 10tO;1&.IMES, '. PATRONISE LOCAL INDUSTR. l I)ITISEMENI' T incerted in 1e. R?1 port9r 'o froa 10 d pir 91 por Qual . or. . irtl:, Dr I ... . . . M a .rriages (roul 2e. tnt Inarli...
A STRANGE AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
A STRANCrE AFFAT.FW ,7-'V I S l, ,,,,|; i'i I 1.n'rea i if methi. I it h i T 3o . Sfr ..-l.'iil l in t,, which liii u~ L Umi-Ul olir w1i jiVlrn l observatlitnO. tOn Mondlay wirre ; Inll, t11 i11m , wvli i idescriIbd ii lieillni of a very eI'IlltIiiollty iiappoIIraiL'e riod0 li-i lhorms illo Mitellnn. lie ipt. up ll the well-known lhostllry of Mr. Kuinny, and delivered his horse to the grooim, with instHructionstl tIhath ? wsll,' pay great tlit-ll tion to the animal. After pirtaking of slight refreshiiiineus he told Mir. Kenny thalt lie had oceasiol to go to ]tingwbool 'by Llinil, and woiuld bie bk in about0till tlu Itr. lie did noil, howuver, retri that diay, whlicll diiid not rcaiOl liuch uniteasinis:; ill thle ilinld of Mr. Kenny, who thoughlt thati bilsiiieis matters miight have detained hiit loinger tihan lie expected. But as ihe did not return on' thl following dany, Mir. Kuliny repolrted the occurirance to the police, wild were unllblo to thlrow lany )i(glit on thle sublject. ...
THE PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM BLACKBURN TO DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
THE PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM BLACKBURN TO DANDENONG. A pli0c m3et3ng of ge33tiuman in3trested ink the coonitructionl of 1 line froni It1l3khurIn to i)lindclonng w3a3 hohl at Foreot 1llli, on ThIu'sday night. Thero wasl 13 fair alh1nd mnce. Onl the motion of Cr. Goodwin, Cr. Mc?Artlhr took thu chair. ''he Chairman adad the imeetin)g hod brcn called for thu hlpIurorio of taking into con sidurttion th1 qJeoution of th1 col0n0truc3tonl of a jliw of railway from hUlaokhurn to Dandu. Ilot03. it would b3 for thu mee0tin333 to $13' whqlt roloto llolIhoull bt takuun, 131d wheln they lha30 decided upoll thit poinlt a dep~uhttion! should wait upon 113U i'remiir in ord|r to geut n triit 33ur0v0y made. At a previou0 ncerting it h!iou bien decidud that the ltine shoulld ,branch oft.at Tuimtall. Thu only ohbjctiono; h1 had to the lihl bnilg, miadLe froiiei that p1i1ce was tlht it 133it hhleavo a sy (l eaf' llrztdi-- tyq unn ry?3'i unt0oucheld, 0b3it, at ttiO 5ho11i0 timi, if tliey w11 odid to 51ol.n1...
HOW YOUNG MEN ARE SMITTEN. A Pretty Young Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
HOW YOUNG MEN ARE S SMITTEN. ' PiA e~tty, Yotuig Lady. STwo young gentlenion having occasion to visit Ifox lill on the night the new Tempoer 1nco0 hall was opened found their way to the hall, and as they could not tndl sitting no. coumnodation they 100stood1 at the door. They scelted to t ake a great iteest il thleopro, cedling(s,' especlally it tihe sigingl., Thli rcnilined till lthe last itc?t on the progrannome was golna' thollnl, whlon t'lhey took thleir deeii't?iuro.'' As thle3) hlid odcaionl '.I go to Mellioinie thoy got in tirrlnage by then. selves when the followlug convitrsatloi took place. As we do not know their nantes we shall call one Jones nnd the other lobhinson. Jones (who is a tinoelooking young follow) opened the converslation by renmarking: " I say, ant no nmi tako about it,. theme wino tom tineh louking younlllg Wwo lOnli ii, that choi" to-night." ).'"? " " lhl1inson, whoi i soe ycars Joncs' seonior, replied "I quite agreu with you, aind I can assilil' yol if yu"...
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
IN ?ultlilng forth the first issiue of' T'ill" llEi'IonTKll til gizeiif ftli "oblicw i feel othat we t. , nito upology to ofllr. _i'o dimlds -or thi disrict hlArii called Us into being. ;It uniist be patent to all. who tanke ill interost in thu wolfiare of tio, district that the tilio Ills iirrived whioin it NIs Ibecom absolutely nlerssiry thllt lox H 1ill, Surrey IHills, ,Mitchllin annl IaDlcstor slhonll have a local jotrnal, whichli will advoulto in uan intolligKnt Ilimauiiii the nulillJrolluA wiants' nit ra q niloi illln lls of theclt .places.?Y; . T'l; l towns ablove inlon tioncd hlla\voelo)O, ts We alnl know, too I'ohg' nlbotedlntlill tlih, lhivi IllA' to contcnil lglioist dlrwI'Nlik, tudl difli cultios whichi would long ere this have buun remioved if tiie resident.s ihal IhIen. fiavored with it local lnewsplluper to iallko knoown i tlhi i isaidVliantgeS iitludr whlich they linvo heo0nu allhoring lor ycnrsa pnsL '1 iiiiportint evvnis wlhioh lnto I tQlitiumilly i t!tkikh, pi)iro...
PRIVATE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
Cr. M[ortont drew the (dft~tcnil of the cou11cil to the nticutty folr talciog nittp ti11 ordeur to c~ollect inc 11w 1uc01107 riojuiccu for tithinig uvl rcIuiviato uticoto. Ile ,wao Curei thei 10111i wvoulh Le ti ii uuiiiii', 111111 whicn it wiii Itiocted thecy (till '1io wantut to tcccvo any. deahhiy icn taukinig over praivacte otricto. lie oiiggelcdciu thact it wvoiald tic dviicahulo to acidify. alli rcdtutucycic wili owneid lanid oih phivatci roittdo thaat thae lanacuw fori taki1ag therca over woiuld haove to tio paidi withain ai giveii tiuuCi. Itac, couniuact deitluhd toi vraly out ttu tidea tharowna out tby Cr. Muorteni.
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
]II J;Ii'u It Etloif. The cngineer itoporlt(' (lurt the iitiiuun corkionk oreld to tbe iione by the oneiiiiit htot oi ipptic1 1012 *vniit of 111111 tii hi ~titieiiii i'Žioltnj; tit I ot tat loetovi iint.. Jue it toot iltgli tii of it'll froni I toil rued Itidi itn rccuived. ttic'h worki it toi a iton tittih ltti footpthil rho tiinbcr m~dychi in Vhiio I1oi,o loold, 81(10(1, ail (008 ini (ho hniido of (1w duiy mou.
DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
DEPUTATIONH. A deputation, consisting of Mr. ilobort Hutton antd two other gentlemten, who own land in Ashltcd.road, waited lupon the Coun cil, with the view of gettilng that road taken over by the Council. Mr.. Sutton said the road was only a short one, andt that there was a lot of trailo upMon it., The road in its present condiltion was not safe to travel over, espeeially at niglht, and it badly wanted somcthing doing to it, lie would like to know upon what conditions the Council took over privato roads. ''lThe other, nombers of the deputation spoke in support of the application. The Pl'resident, in reply, said that the Council hald a bye-law regulanting the tnking over of private roads which could not be departed from. The conditlont of that bye law were to the etfect that an application in writing would have to be niado to the Council retuosting that the street be taken over, and that the owners of property in the street would have to pay half the cost of making it when it wits ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
BIURTON AND KNOX, " ESTABLISfIED 1882. :=-.ir.,,. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, ;ý'BIURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. "'"-IIGiHEST AWAIDS MELIBOUIRNE CENTENNIAL AND ADELAIDE - ui ir.- '. tii,,i, ii ý TION?s. C. R EI D, . (Lato A, LEIPELLL), WHOLE$ALE AND RETAIL Grocer, Ironmlonger and General Stor,.'o ____ Ar lbeth drawint a cipntal)-, who have spotied expeonse iii erecting a huilding, which, in the natural co?seo of events, is suro to ho noti. soughlt after by a large numnber of persons who will reniuiro .the use of the hall for various Ipurposes. The only stipulation which the comipany have made, is that no intoxicating sdrink shall be taken on to the premised. No -.one can blame thoe for this, as the tall has boeen built ostensibly for the purpose of advancing the temperance cause. Groat preparations had been made for the 'ojioningcoiobrationt. The mjembers of the various temperance societies mnistered in s pfrong force, and marched through the town ,headed by the Box lHill Temporaucq 11and, andl fol...
SURREY HILLS DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
SURREY HILLS DRAMATIC &nbsp; CLUB. The Surrey 1ills Dramatic Club g3ve50: ? ,,.. -, pwrfornnco ti).l$' ý illa Tnlt' p TL7 S3 ,i. " r; in aid of the Plaisted family, but owing to the inelameney of the wen .., ,ot r Ilal aFTedi~lthdIocghu we i$derstanl great number of tickets ?ore di poq4 of. ` effortsof the perforniers deserved betto m i~onrnustdunnie noft"(iw clckwwtneo w4 /.. as, besidc.uiIeing. Lprla ogaritaipl olh nmelilo1sto 1Soeopiu $17s had JevbbtoI deal of time md lod money, only to h.l n1o1tiullation and discouragement of to a majority of empty benches. Th ,lelgcted for reprsjntaieoo were "ThI ,m etderJcllanie f Waterman." ' I first-named piece the actors acquitted sQglvce admirably. Mr. W. H. Ford, as Darnalid (the fMiser), portrayed t " of acquiring, and the misery. Isof ml~clltwoal h,ýapýwj, w`: ] " e-* 'l nhuli ubaithr spy. wjw imaginte lie saw the real r' Adlphe do ? sncou0r'¶ w ~ .,7 _' r ff .,J l'7 r .7 . i * '1 ,'"; '~V" _ ý . a laya w f s Y ý 7 t . . t '.1ý ...
THE PROPOSED BALWYN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
THE PROPOSED BALWYN RAILWAY. "tliiob ofu ithid tioI uind iit tipj~ct1i that \c too UO\V ant the eve of a tOal~tvIt ;h~oiiit.yy 1*CI ', laoQrauiy iinj M'tiinco 11 ; in i f i or`t i'liwity kong"1 11(1)1 thcio i, k~lhloodl of. the~ lino .h1anion uio a myng' u6nocril, h it, tulhhtifubo~tl)' i~onic of' thu gaotlomuoii wh~o huvu turneiid twhri atteutioii fromt ln "l.ooi ing to railway .booiithg , do not s?en.? to havie coisidored this matter in ti slighteost. dogreo.,' Just at the presoient time there is a ei~Mtin lino of' railway on tlijh"tix;,',llchi could only have originatted , in the fiuindl?of riln who?liitve fvobiyJlilu brains,' ndl wlho mnust,ktit thbt. pr?tOit tinme, be in their second childhood, or .elo.they.are. nseeking.to. advatnce_.their. own personll interosts at the aqbt tf :ho S0ate. it is of 'very, littl6. i o attemiFti1g to lprsuade tie (lovern will riun thlrouglHhinmds ownoei by laind syndicators,%and wljerc"thore , ito population.' Railways, ulcer all, are comnnerciil...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEWS OF THE WEEK. ,:.)Votil1"p" ,plir l1leal lireip il\forni~p, 9'ur readors thallvt?9i,.o, prvia?i1 10o o.ollco with what ias known in the trade as a " large jqlbbing fouant," .ihlch will,, ennllo i!stotnrn out plostoeCrtitd all lci?,E)t q ltttor-press pl)tnliJg Ill l0 cl]cnp and oxjtudilJoiiostiR\Inr. fllo 1o081t0r dopeItmeio t is tinder tino enro of ono of thoe boa1 posteri lu hidsen t11h colony, who ihas ieen engaged in this kind of. work in one of'the lending city ollltes for ,nmnlnber of years. This 1yill bo suflicient guarantee that all t.t tllpiiicrat0,o will be turnd.'o(it in really )ir;t.clii.s ,,yte. 'thoer will lid iutui'h lo'iio h?ecd to i6ndabFi1 job printing into tho city. . We invite oei?chtiri' of6 the ?V01ious1 foot ball cliubs to 8e0d no relports of ttilr m0,tch?o, ' ti ~ aw 4 sla}Il lin0ar s!!11}`týuý4PlqItc tt1'Jlub- tinhtig. - -...
THE RINGWOOD BRICKMAKING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
THE RINGWOOD BRICK- MAKING COMANY. The hIlf.yeanily niceting of tih Ilingwood j.riokmaking COnmpariy Limited? ?I'aslleld on Thursday afternoon, at th'ofl llice of the company, 2(1 Collins-street east. Mr. J Q'Callakhan presided.. The report' shoved the whole of the-machinery and plant in a "thoronugh"stalk:f efeien6?,/Iand that tt irat been carefully put-by ponding the decision of thao slnidrehb'ldei "as'to Its futhre disposal. Owing to the collapse of the great land boom it was found that the bricks manufactured by. tho.eompany..woro being -produced-at a loss, and operations had accordingly been suspended, all thi.e$oel. turned ito cash, and alltV crreAtlblittle 1paki Through the good and economical management of Mr. Wallace, acting under the advice of the t4ijctors, thq. oo4npgm~hu hmyc32q. to its eo'lft dttlio'liankF h stwoud en 'bliOteho . company to hold the property for a reason. ablol.priio.o.) Th 'directotrs, reeomended the shareholders to , pass a resolution w!loifttgýhp3tL...
BOX HILL TEMPERANCE HALL. Opening Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
BOX HILL TEMPERANCE HALL. Opening Celebration. eo tosToml r ninose hiall, which, wits \ Roo tun0cn tabu our monlrhsl ago; ws opened on Tuesday, the 18th inst. Tihe buildhing, wiih is situated in Whito hlorse Read, is a yory inaptiosing.bick structure, and when the, flniishbgo?itchon are put upon it, it will boein ornament to the town. Mr. W. Williams, jun., is the contractor,- and ho has + doo 1» wok* i a nusi^*4bd'iitu andi tradlesinanlike manner, I at () l OOtitR of two largo and counuodious shops, diividcdil y a largo vestibule, leading into the hall. One of the front sh6is which has a dwelling attached to it, is already let. On the top of Sthe,?thor ~slthop iý a large luhi?-?rom, and an S Umall anp-roop s;,which will ,e veryuseful to the various hidges who will miet in themt " I-?'i,~eek 'to week,, The large hall at the -tirs~A of the luitlding is filted with ample lI aoommodatioy r to300 people, and is so S,..: .. ........, .,, ' auuh~i ter., It. h ilng is t propurty of it etln...
THE TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
THE TEA MEETING. &nbsp; The tea meeting was a great success, all the tables being filled, and the ladies who waited on the tables had their time fully occupied for about two hours in attending to the wants of the various crowds who flocked to their tables. The edibles were of a very enticing nature. The trays were presided over by the following ladies - Mesdames Bromilow,Barton, Ellingworth, McMurdie, &nbsp; Willson, Padgham, Collier, Misses Sutton, &nbsp; Williams, Carson, K. Sutton, J. Sutton, Thoney, A. Aspinall, and Ainger. &nbsp; &nbsp;
THE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889
£.~TICt PUBlLIC MEETIN' I ¶Itu m ll, 3.1., the Di:ott . men and unu'tri~t of retlltflo'ivt1?o are in sympathy with the tenmpernco movoment. The room was crowded in every part, and a number had to remain standing at the doors, all the sitting acconunodation being taken up. Tie members of the choir and band were acconunodated with. seats on the platform, and when one looked at the imltomnse gathering front the door the sight wps a very imoosing;one ; , - The proceedings were opcnd bhi tle' choir singing a hymnt, after which the Rev. W. E. Bromilow engaged in prayer. .. rTite chairman Hdit a Ieiwas pleised at having' thl:i honor conferred upon him of presiding .over such? a.neeting. ieo coin gratulated the teiimperance people 0of Box Hill for the energy and enterprise they have shown ,n creetitg the building in whiel they weio--garhered; and he hoplied the eliterprise would itnrn out to be n successful Iflnancial tundertaking. They had 'every reason to be proud of their lial. During th...