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COUNCIL NEWS. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 23RD JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 25 July 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. - :o:-- NUNAWADING COUNCIL. Tsncso.sv, 2;tsss-Jt't.Y. Presoent--Cr. Bishop (President, in the ehsir), and Crs. Handley, Elling- worth, M'Arthur, Rawlings, Morton   and Haughton. .. . 'I's M INt'irs. Cr. Rawlings drew attention Ito the fact. thlt thero was n Mlight iinnc raey in the liniultesl in rospelct to what he had said about a us.ltway. At the InLst meet. ig Ih' suggested (lnthat the couni il should write to the CommlsrSionercs asking tlhem to imake a sub.way at liox ITill. 1i didi not mention anythlittg about a bridge. A motion was passed al tering Siho mlintutes to suit tlie wish of Cr. Rawlings. it s? t IEItI tS ':ONo r .~ v i. F'roets Jas. Brown, tdrawing the attons. tion of the council to the sttJe offn eqlvert. on E*Elgar.road, frost the iloiod .waters, ndt requesting cjount.cil"p nt tteIUd to stume.. IReceived. Frotm Ltho Xtotlbourlt Corporation, for. wnrding resoluttions passsedtat a con fereneo hohl in the Town lhil, iMelbourhtne, and asking ...

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BLACKBURN. A MODEL TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 25 July 1889

BLACKBURN.         A MODEL TOWNSHIP   Some two and a half years ago the land on which the principal portion of the township of Blackburn now stands was a primeval desert. But as the   land was known to be very rich and as the site was one well suited for business and residential purposes, a company which is well known as the " Blackburn Company " purchased a large area of   land on both sides of the railway station. The purpose of establishing and forming   a new township in close proximity to the Blackburn railway station. The management of the estate was entrusted to the care of Mr. G . A. Goodwin, who selected the land and made the purchase on behalf of the company. Though only some two years have passed since the land, was bought by the company, the substantial improvements in the way of street formation, and the erection of pretty and substantial building is really     surpri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

MPR. CEOCE (NIGHT, :.e CHIROJOSIS (CORN DOTlLIOR.) (E,::TAlIt,1?1II?D 1835.) 7 EASTERN ARCADE, VIEbiBOURNE. 1E0i8 leavei to nequanint the COnltry antd the 'uhlich that ho etctatllnlty romnorn Corns and Illnlolla ?lt nt i tthe r ot t ain or tdoo htog, (X o+,) n i t ,,, Ingrowht ' T'e Nal, nond etheir impedimentn tU ~ t sef oo of th o., remioveoi.1u 1 t Li ebb t s te .oeite f oro aperoting, CO g'[ 'roT 17"I aT -Tokad ot Oefr uo I'h Or. ltr.t4ht ' mailo, ol trontillto, It rcne, 1aryt, nol ntithout the least Inconvenean ce or ptain. tsr. tl,.gt. dt. i lint, dtint ll I eeintt no ary, II re r Iu tto eiit cro Oonlltlheno In tit ont n'ai.llll to tIpren0ato that at tollrs l or tons hl o | 0 rely 1 tt toor s pi prn t on I tnl ie oh .rol , itolt ii, nr00 0ll0 t n ahll ort oa thu v eary I hetlio t oeo inmlc~l nlon.nttnr. O lr. litl{,tht t'n rthil'l. lyt otter, hts n.R.anEon to tLhoao iwhoa thv e b eOo n tIadOr t he c arn et >thorn tl tilnIrati.,aol ton, atu t ln,. 11o nlloltal is, No Core, N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

Advortisoments rocoivod too lato for classification, J_ OROONDAlIA 8111,1 ElalCTION NOR1ITl IIDING. CRS. MALING, DAY, AND HICKS Will addrceaRn STil4 "RATI'PAYE?RS" in th u REUIIREATION -IHALrJ, SURRhiY lhLLS, on ?FRID)AY EIVENING, 2ndl .AUGU.ST, - at 8 pimn. When they, will Oxphilain at length th oli)hcy of tho Conuhil d!uinll tI year. llntouling Cnnldislatoc, ri poliuly •rcquestcd Ito scld in tihir ADYERTISElYIENTS FO)1R IN-I.TIION IN REPORTER W\hMLh i.; the Only Local Paper In theL ditrict.

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BOX HILL V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

J]OX HILLI V. SUItiR!'Y hI?L?,L. The nabovo Inlmatlh wns pilayled oil tlce lox 1Iill Uricket Urounllld on ,Satlrdlay Inst, n111d rcmlited ill a win for Hurrey Hlills. Tle Ilatlch was an evenl oneo froin tanrt to lilihll. TI'le Box 1lill were greatly handicappedl througlh lhaving to play with 15 mlenl, wiilo the 8urruy Hlille mad 1. Although thiS favolured tile Haurrey ilille, tlhey Ind, by ido Ilmealns, anll easy tack in defeating the local club, who have wonl three olut of foulr tuatches playedl by themu this scalon, and klowillg this their oppolnents puit their very bect teain inl tile flicld. IPlay did not cornt connllllolno till late inIl thle nfternooll. Tlhe grouelld wal ill granlll order. Tile local teailn wnas captained by Johllulstollo nel tile visitors b Flletchelr. The latter won the teas, anii kickedt with thle wind in Ili fanvor. Tile firset ilnarter'e plly was very fast, anlll slightly ill favor of tIle locals, atnd elltlu being clatlnged tilu glnle was very cevll, and...

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ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

A-DVERTISS RS' DIi?WTOIY. Ulnder this hacndlin ia inserted, I'ee of rlri:ge, tho nameo nld naddiies of eveory ont t\vcrtisi1?g regularlly in oulr colunllllnl. - Anl' tdovertisPer whooe .\ona nnuty haeO been Omitt?ed is r'equneted ito conunomicalc ni tho ollico. Architectl Ct. V. lIlnckburnoe, Box Till: Auctioncrs- lvRadley RndCurtalin, Mititcham. lakters J. A. Ilowi, tatnlion.street, Inx Ilill. A. Inwson, White It.oro load, lo?11 1iii. Mrs. Tohias, White I lorse lioad," Ilalyn. 1anks- Euglish, ?eottiRsh antd Australan Chlrtered lBank. Meoollure Savings Banllk, - - John Alsop, Actuary. Stoa' Supply Conpann A , t ,1. T. (ham)ters, Franklin Strct, MeClh. Iliscuit lManunactorer Swatllow n land Ariell, Port Melbonurne. AovDVio tuT ' S ;)tul.rty?H---;onti?nud. Itlatuktmith nod Whhelwvight - C. Sutton, lWhite Ilorso Itoad, Iox lill.. lhardinghouse A. T'I'. Lewis, Coanterbury d., Surrey Hlills B]ooksoelcr- C. 1. Ellilngworth, lMain oad, Box Ilill. Irna)s toundur-- John Dank,; anl Son, lBouk...

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THE STORY-TELLER. "FLOATING A LOAN." CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

TIIE STOY-TELLER, 1"J1*OAT/7X(1 A 1.i9.I." CUT~viu I. ' Well, sir, what in your Iusinesr ? " A very shiple qullestion, aldmitting, -one would think, Of anll easy answer, ulntil one had glanced aV the pale, timid, and decidedlly dlabby individual towhom tie inquiry was laddressed. Wloatever l.i. tIusiness was, it cecmod to stick in his throat considerahly, for it was quite anll interval Ibefore ho gasped out- "'Well, sir, thb--the fact i, I wanlt to borrow twenty pounds, if you woiltd tie so kind as to lend it to meo." " ] don't lend stoney for hhildnrfl, lmy friend," said the pos tly financier drily, " unless thlat's your iarlicular term for live, and-twenty pr centl. You want to Iorrow what did you esay- -twenty pounlds? Wh'ilo tlhe dickens sent you to ma for ttunty ipounds 1" "I--I had understood that it was ill yourl way of l husinesn," Raid thle woult-ho torrower, apparently in the last otag;e of l0rvousnoSs. " Yes, twenty hundreod pounds, or twenty thousand lpounds9 might hf? h...

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BOX HILL AMATEUR DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

OX IIILL AMATIUlL DIlAMATIC AND MUSICAL CLUlJ. ---:0:- IT.li.ANcO SuII.T h rIIonIUIO N or "1P .?I?I HoU?Iv," IN AIl OY 'I I "PI1 u OTI W I.?lll Y 111?;I1? I"I.?IJ," ' 00 ·~r Iracutes. l) tuatlion ([r. ILunt) .. 10 0 Tlkol l door '.. 2 0 Tickutl sol . 8 -'. : 0.;' . .. £12 2 0 XI~X'V'ti'iTUIUI~;~ iimo iaLghts -1... 1 10 0 Custuuurn .. 2 0 0 Citstu llleli " ? ' '.'. ' 0 '0 liro atl l lo u . .; '1 . .. 2 0 0 ritin "" .... 4 1 "0 Hundrio l. -1 10 0 lnlalnl ., ..: "81 0 0 . o12' 2 0i ,JNO,..16iT" JIm'l. 'irwut. 1l. l io. oc

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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

THIf CIIHURCHES. On landay morning laht the ]oev. W. E. Ilronsilow preached an chillnnt .?rlnon at 'tlhe lox lill WVoleyan Church, lis sulbject being: "'The Lastershllip of Cllrist." Tle preaicher poilteld out that there was only o ne tLru f ister, 011d conOeqIeIntly that mllankliill hould sit at His feeot a?s Ccholear. That he woas the only olino who could toancl with anthollrity. That Ilis teolaching ahlone colhl natiofy'olr moral aild -pirituall lneCeesitieO, and that wo should strive to Ihoiom aplt slholaro. lDarwin, lddliaon,. Jo.1H Stuart, Mill, annl others taught with a certain amo:llunt ofl nuthlority beeanue of thle nw a-ysotemll thelloy introducod, lLut there wan nothing lasting in their theorics. Christ's teaching was as powerfll to-day ao over it was. MIr. llrollilow annllounces his aubjdets frol weekli to week in our advertis. illg columnla, anld those who attend no other church woululd spendl a proitable hour on a SlundaIly by going to hear him. At the United IMethodis...

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SURREY HILLS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

SURREY HILLS. mnoMt our owX conrsPloNDEPT.] Weolnesday. Tho fortlheoningoeloctiona are now getting ill iull awing, the interest inaniferlted inl thorm being grator as polling dayl dIraws nonr We. aro having contests in all tho ridingsa in loroolndarna as will be neon by tho nolillnatiolls CR advortisod, Mr. Wiadlmania nddressod n largo meeting of ratoplnyors of the north ridilng, Ioroondarn, in the li ocreation IHall, and received a very good reooiption, and, according to all nacounts, will:ocoupy a Rneat at the noxt counlcil hoard. Meanre. SweOtnamn, Taylor anld M'Dnwall are worlking hard for tho Contro Riding (lloroon. darn), and mro meeting with nhlllltc RICCRR, Mr. John Clanyton ha not nunounced his inattention yet of nddresaing the electort. I think that will not hle much in Ilis favor na Lho ratopnyeors are mnlxio to hear his viewe, and it in only pIroper that heo should giveo themI the opportunlity,as all the other candi. dates ill tlhe varions ridings are doing so. MeA?ro. M...

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MR. ASPINALL AT MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

MIR. ASPINAlT. AT ,MITChAM. On Wednesday nighilt, the 92Mh inst, Mr. S. Aspinall, onelo of thle eanlddates for the contro riding of theIo Nunawadlilig shiro, atllroted a oroting of the ratopayeors at KNuny's hotel, Mlitchamn. There was a fair attndautnce con sidering, theo unsettled state ,of tile weathor. iMr. I)onnlolly was voted to the chair, and ri quested those present to give tile candidato a fair hearing. Mr. Aspinall, who was well received, said he camo forward as a candidato esoeklil tlheir suffragua, and asked themtt to return hitm as their roelprotntativo itn tihe Nltiwading Counoil. lo hald been returied olt aI foIrmer ocenasion, anlld, during tho lshort tinie ho had ioen in the council, ihe had mieted out justice to all sectiona of tlhe cotuntutity, and would do soit again if they reiotOrIed lhim as their ro prre?ltitoive. IeI was ill a fittitiotl to devote Ilti thuio it atllendillg to theior iiterests anid, in adlditiol to this, the had a thoroaighl kilow ledge ofl thl...

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FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. EAST RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

FOOTBALL. ---:o:-- CAMJIIEItVELT, V. EAST IUCIIMOND. The Camberwell tried coIlulslons on Hatur. day with the East Ihiolhnosod on tile ground of thle latter. The day was all that could beo be desired for football, but the ground was unsulitablo for the game. On various portions. of the lantl there wore deep water bolon lllled with water, and as the playern had to plunge into themn thle atate of their uniforlms at teu conclusion of the match call be better ima.n ginied than described. 'IThe viitors from somne cauno or other were very unfortunato in not licking goals. They had at least four easy chances which they ru. fused to accept. At the conllncncenonut of tihe gane the visitors had it all their own way; but, when they got the ball almost directly in front of the poets, they failed to pnut it thlrough, nnd it was owiing to this slice of bad luck which caused theml to lose tlhe Illmatch. At thie collllllellncemenlt of tile gainllo thle Camberwell teani kicked their first goal in loe...

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MR. WIEDEMANN AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

MIt. WIEDIMANN AT Ultitl'IY lIlLfS. Mr. Wiocdeomann, one of tlio canlidaltes for the North liding addressed ia mlleotigl of tlhe ratepayesa in tlheo to:rea.tion Ill, Hiu' roy Hlills, on Mlonlday evenling. Mr. Ihlaiscn was v?oted to the chair, and in introducinllg thelo candidate aid that Mr. Wiedeinann had boon in the Colllcil for niilo years, nldl during that time he had fulflilled liii obliga tiona to the ratolnpayers in a satitsfactory llanller. 11ie could aelire ttheoln th at the candidato was ai thlorouth practical muan, and oel whlo do credit to the Council anid jastico to those who senlll him .thlcreo. lie (the can didato) woulld go iheart and soul into any inovlemnt which had for itsi olljoect the ad. vanconliolnt of the distric l lad wouhl devote alurtieular iuttOlition to theu waiitl aiid claiill. of liurlroy Hlills. If Mr. YiUde:iian wiore ri turllcd they couldl dlllepend ulliio it tlhalt hle wiolild co hlalt Hullrroy l tilla got iti fair share of the revnlll ie eonleiill...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] BOROONDARA COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

CORRESPOND1ENCI. --:o:- [II'e dio not hohl oureelter. responxbile for olonl ih.r epressedl by Gorrespondenlt.] IBOROONDAIA COUNCIT ETIECTION. To Toit run iTon'or Tnn unrPoecTt. Sirn,--Tn thi morning's in~ ml of the Iilr.rter ia letter a"ppeonr with reference to the aboveo, nignerd Iy .Mr. John Clayton, and I must ask yon to grant mao space to reply to it. In order to conma to the point I must qunto from Mr. Clayton's letter io which he said :--" Mr. M'l)owall sitatoed that at the Inecting lof electors at Sulrrey HIills at which I was Inominated, there wro only two elector prlLesCnt." ''lhiis may lbe what I wasn replorted to have said, but it is untruo. What I did stateo in answer to Mr. If. Jacob's question was that I did not know how many lctorswowre present at thoe ectingl nt which I was chosenll, anlld wanolt on to statlo that so far nas I porsonally know there were only two at Mr. Clayton's Imeeting, vix., Mr. WVoodhead and Mr. Iltusell, and that, therefore, we wore on a par; th...

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Mitcham Quadrille Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

Mithollam Quadrill Club., A privatc quadrillo party haI bern formed ait JMit[htlii alll , will mert uv:,' Itlturnatllliv Thurstday uvring ii ai hall whic.h lias iin rented for thllu Inrlous. 'The iromtiurs are iaiI?tlilnO Lltht thu inidertakiiig will piro v ii iuiLiu'OO, LLaIl ,o it il ill the hlu d o(f lc iUle. Ilen wlho lnve Illhl xprienllce in th?eu lItnt teLrs, thero is eVery reOLW Uo l to leliehve\'l th iat the uiiiilitilkilg will mllorl iihi i thn rllie the Lx liutllitiills of iti wir'IIciL illl otl'[u:i. Wve aie gliad to euo thlnt th rt.idelltnv iL , litchamli iLaO tiidoeivolriln to plro ii e illlintttlllet tfir Lthein?sUlvuI i on ii hIeL?niot 1ld l:iham.ant wiy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

Special Advortisemolts. lII1RE OF NUNAWADING. NOIRTH RiDING. VOTE FOR S. AS.PINALL Who is in favour of lP'rogressivoe Measures and ftir lflay to all pur'ts of thllo Riding. 8III1. OF NUNAWADINO. NOIITII IDINO. S. .ASPINALL Will Addrc'a tho Electors at tho TEMPERANCE HIALTI, DOX IIII,, TIS IEVENING, .At o'clock. 8IIIIRE OF NUNAWADINO. CENTRE lIDING. VrOTE F (oR J. R. DALEY, AND HAVE A IIREPRIESENTIVE for theo WHOLE OF TIE RI DID. Polling Day: .TIIUIISDAY, AUGUST f, F?oxI 8 r.A. to I P.U. 811E OF NUNAWADING. CENTRE RIDIN,. J. R. DALEY Will Athddress the Electors at tho RIECREATION IIHALL, SURiREY IIILLS .. TIIS EVENING. S HIRE OF NUNAWYADlNG. CENTRE RIDING. -Y'lOTICk FOR- S. ;COOKE, 1 bURi .Y H I ILLS, FAIR REPRESENTATION. O .TIIHURSDAY, AUGUST 8th, . 8 if., to 4 p.m. Pozl.wan Psra?cer-locreation HaInll, Surrey hlills;'Old Shire nall, Box lill; State School, Vermont. .- , ,? . ? . .I3oOONDAalA COUNCIL ELECTION • .?, "'ENTIRE RIDING. PoLLNo DAy, TUIInSD.\, AaU. 8. COUNCILORS sw EE'N.A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

I3URTON 'ANND KlNOX, R~ST~lhl;ITEDlrs 1883. CAR.RIAGE BUILDERS, •3U1~J VO.KD ZOAD, 1-?A T N?" N. IlilTInST AWA]IDs MELIOUNEll CIENTINNTNAL AND ADELAIDEII ElXIIIBITIONS. -ig bnggin. CId, dp1)11 0 ore DIEPALIE .AND IlENOVATIN. ,(IUA IANTRE ALL WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. IN'i ILLINERY AND 1) AE ,.L *ISTAB liSitMEN'rT. STATION STIRlET, O3X IXILl. Tihe Ladis of ]lox ]Hill nnd Surrmoanding Districts nrc ionvited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As tlhey have ou hand a Splendid Assortment of inllLLINERY IN Tni NEWES'T STYLES. Also, Gloves, Ilionory, Wools, Statiolnery, and 1,'acy Ooods. I- . G N(l:.T - KInl (ir.oves a ASI.?crr.u ry'. s: Aspinall & Mcl urdie, IUOUS]Z, LAND d' E Tl.S.T' AGEINTS, cointen or S@iNRNES OP - T'?A1TElO NLArT. I flrtA; NL .,t BO. I-IILL.. LOCAL AGENTS FOR I'icdlria Inoaralce Ceolmanyl Limitled. ,/lichlbOlllnl Perann I-,ll lll .dhing RTocktU* Alhlutual L',)fe Ass$ur1an11e CompaIny,!# Ltd, Trs?tees, Ret.rcei Osn i U e Wl CU1 G.,i Lid. AUCTION SALES AlRANG(E...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Boroondara Shire. MESSRS. SWEETNAM and M'DOWALL AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

YIJUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Boroondara Shiro. NII'RSlS. SWRFEII'TNAM and M*DOWATTL AT' CANTIl tIUItY.. On Friday evening last Messrs. Sweetnam and MI)owall, who are running in conjuno. tion with Cr. Taylor for the centro riding of the loroonlar Shire, addreosod" a moeet ing of thle ratopayer at Canterbury. Mr. Brown was voted to theo chair, and thero was a fair attendcllance. The candidates were well received, and applauded during thle time they were epracing. Cr. Sweetlnuin (tho President of the shire) stated that during the ti heili had been in thle council theo funds had bccn fairly and justly distributed throngh all parts of the shlliro. That the council found it impo.sible to do justice to the roads and footpaths with the limited resources at their collanlllllld anld, in order that the publiu thoroughllfares should receive mloroe attenlltion in thle future anlld that other important works should be tulnder taken, the council had hloated a loanl of £25,000. Withll this money the coun...

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THE PRIVATE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

Tiil'l P1UVA'VI? 'TREIIS. The taking over of privata areooti, and dealing with thon iln an oifective and equitablilo iannor, is n1 qulestion whioh will enta considerablo tilno and trooublo.on1 th part of thlo various local:,couniil.., r o are glad ,lo ."o .Lhat heo Nnnawne ng Council, 'on t11 nmotion of Cr. Inrtoll, lasl taltkon i stop in tho right diroction in order to arrive at n just solution of this iiitri cato question, which, the more it is probod anil invostigated, the greator aro the dillicullties which nalem to sur round it. A sub-conlmitten has Ieebo appointed, whlichl will sulmnliit a report nt the noxt lmeeting or the coiuncil dealing with thl subject, iLand as sHOImI of thIlo councillors on this csommuittoo aFro by no means unanimous on this queostion, It is a dillicult mattur to loreclast what tho outcomo will ho; hut thoro is ono thing we fol cortain of, and that is that tho council will, as fir as it cai, do justico to thloso persons who Owvn land on prlivato 'roads....

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BULLEEN SHIRE. MR. EDWIN LAWFORD AT DONCASTER. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 1 August 1889

BULLEEN SHIRE. MR. EDWIN LAWFORD AT DONCASTER.   AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Mr. Edwin Lawford, one of the candi- dates for the Doncaster Riding, addressed a crowded meeting of the ratepayers at the Athenæum, Doncaster, on Thursday           night. Mr. T. Thomas, J.P., occupied   the chair, and asked the meeting to give the candidate a fair hearing.     Mr. E. Lawford, on coming forward,   was received with demonstrations of         approval. He considered that as there       were some females on the roll, he was     addressing them as well as the men, and   as that was the first time he was on the         platform to address a public meeting, he     ask...

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