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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

91 IIL NUiithily TnhIpceIaCO Mduutin. will iL buel t-Il att the 'ruuut a it Iihll, eux Iill, on Wtdicudnsy evcning neoxt, *lth June. ,ypccial; roiruanuii by Iwuubunrsofu thy, Ih uc.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. FOOTBALL. BOX HILL V. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

S PORT I N G. ----:0:- FOOTBALL. JOX.:IrI[j V. WArIIWICK. Oaa SaIturday last, us we lreditelld, onle of the best ald most manly of gnates of football whlich we have had thle pllasure of witlneesilig Wais coitested on the Blox I1ill Football ground. The match was botwocn 20) good and true menu belonging to the .13ox Hill Football Club, and a simnilar number of young incl who hailed fraont Illialtlond, aind who nro knowni il Briidgo.road tas " \arwick." The rain which hald falllen during the forenoon tended to put lift into the ground, which was in lirst elass oonlditionl, conscquelltly the game, especilly the firl'st half, was a very fast onl. The visitors had the kick oil, and kicked in the direction of the oasterni goal. As soon Ias the ball was sot in motion the playors on each side entered into the sport with courage and dolernlination, anld some real good play was the order of the day. As we dild not know the namalls of the lmeni on either side, itis iimpossible to give a detail...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presentation of the Stewart Cricket Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

Presontation of tIe Stowart Cricket Cup. T'lhe members of tlho Arlington Cricket Club, wiannrs of thI above trophy, assembleld il the r.esjidene of thu piro sidaIent, lar.'. 1)ill lhdwards, Glenforrie, on Fridaay o"naiag lust, for itho purpose of presatinilag him wilh the valuablo trophy tholy hllad wosn during tho ciricket seaiso lajust closed, Tllu chair was taaklen lby hlo Iaresidentl. aind the vice chair wasf lillted by F'. .Phlilpllot, vico.lproesidnlolllt. M ra. Plaillpett, in presenting il thu trophy to Mr. Eldwirled., said thai they hatLd illct together to preset hili with it small tole t of their esteeot for thel waly ih which ho had supportedl the tlal dauriag tlle sensoll. lie was sure they could not halvo scilured a gentololanlll a mlore filted for thllo Isition of luresidelont hau Mr, Iidwainds was, aldla( halld aniucl ploasure is pr'osonting to hil tlhe trophy which tlhe Arlilngtona Club had honuorbly won. afr. E0dwards, in thanking the vice pro sidhent anlld aamembers...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MISSING BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

THE MISSING BRIDE, ---:o:- (IBY A.S.W.) At was Alice Graves' wedding eve, and the young people, with whom she was a favorite, were busied in putting the last finishilng touchos to the floral decoration of the village church in which' the ceremony was to be per formed. As with deft and busy lingers they disposed the freshly-gathorod roses here and there among the evergreen garlands, their tongues moved as busily, and they talked in groups of twos and threes about thie bride and bridegroom, and various matters con nected with the wedding. Soi me were to be disappointed that there was to be lie wedding party, but only a sober ceremony in the church, with the bride attired in a travelling suit. W\\hat satisfaction could there be in being a bride if there were no bridal dress or veil or wedding gaiety ? The groom, GIr. Gilbert Warner, had proposed to give a supper and a reception at thie hotel, but Alice had seemeu d strailgely set upon her own plan of leaving inniediately after the cere...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BLACKBURN V. RICHMOND RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

•--0-- .-. CRICIKET. IL.,UllL'RN . V 1, RtlnllloC IISAMI.ULS, A. cricket mnatlch was played on Satur day last betweli thu above clubs, at Illnckburn. The lllckbuiirn were the first to bat, and were all disposedi of for 841 rnlls. After thll Ulackbiurln lad finislied their innllins all adjoiurnmenti was nmldo to the Travel lr's .Iest I loel, wieru dinner Ihad beien prepared. When ample justice had been dono to thll good things provided by by Host Downing, tll following tlasts wore proposed rltll hoiioredl " Tho Queen ' nacorded musical hlonors. Blackburn C.C., by Mr. .lroek, nudt re sponIlded to by Mr. Snccsby, who tlonl ruoposed "The V'isitors," respondelcd to MrI. Brock. " Kiildred Clulb," by Mr. M'Comb, respondie to by Messrs. Fowler (Canterbury), Cronin (Mitclhm), and U. Sutton (UBx Hill). After tlie health of "l Tho Chairnian " an move wias ng uinl made for the cricket field, whero thel gIile wIas colltilllled. nid proved a very exeitiiig oli?; tlio:lst limin being run out wlhen...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

What is. doing in the Trade, A sanuple of ten waz submitted to us last weoul by Urown and Rowley, Ulackburn. It is of oxcellent quality and lbivour, and we have no hesitationl in recommniditng it as it good houolhold ten. It is known as Ilreak. fast Congou, No. 2, aid is packed hi 5Ib boxes, and T7. id. iper box. As they are nmaking tea oine of their special lineo, uento uliers may rely on being suited to their taste. Tito Camberwell lIeat Supply Company have opened a buitiieIa at Camtberwell-rouad, Upper l[awthorn, where clustomers may rely on getting lret-eh?? Ineant at low prices. Attentioi iri directed to a aelo by auction to be hold hy W. Ede-Cletditnnetn at Rlivers ldle-road, Cuiit lswell, who will sell without reserve, Ia iplndidlly situated villa, contain inle oseven roomsl, laud 50ft. frontailge ntd good deplth. The auetioneer would call lspcial atttllion to lthil sale, asi the euller is pro pared to s;crilice. W\e wish to draw attention t to the advertise IItment of Crailg...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONG LIVE THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

LONG LIVE I'IM QUIeEN. TIho uiI2nivur1inry of Ikr MIaokjLY'" birtlhdiay will bo obsorved ia it cla-is I olidtiy by (icu. II. fluiry il botlh his Surruy Rills aid flit. shunl iauSCs on lMuildzy, 3L01li inst. Nuts OUpsu us u1150: 02 on Saturday. (luu. II. 1). is duiiit ilhuiikslu isniirlibly wall, itid bau surpaussd lijoissf at larges qnunlitisu aiready told.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE WAR PATH! THE FUNDS OF THE COUNCIL DISCUSSED. WERE THEY MIS-APPLIED? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

ON THE WAR PATH ! Ti lIE FUNDS OF Ttll: 'COUNCIL DISCUSSED. W.REI.i TIFEY AIS.APPL.EDl) P On Monday venoing last a lively scone was enacted in tilhe Nunawading Council. The body of tlho hll wals well filled with largo number of ratopayers who hlid evidently got wind that somee dreadful revelations wore go. ing to be made in reference to the disburse. moanet of the funds of then council. , The rulnor lnad gut abroad ` that all the couocil. lore were going to be arraigned before the bar of publio opinion, and to make niatters more interesting the aeouoer wvae not a news. pap~r soribe, but'ono'of the' councillors who had played n lending role in the alTfirs of the council during the last few years. Many wiclked ratpayeora lid bouell ieard to whisper that one of the number was going to give what'is known in the law courts as " Queen's evidolco." Consequently every one was most anxious to know what wan in the back ground, and what was the terrible deed of darkness which the Council, as a...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, 26TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. a MoY OA, 2i'r1 Mf.Y. y Present-Cr. lepperili (President, in it the clhair) and Crs. wlinings, M'Artliur, u Colok, I loadley, Rlortonl, ishop, Serpll, and Ellitgwlortl. COIeita:IroNDNCIe. From the health otlicer stating that a ease of typlhoid fever had occurred in ilox I lill.-ll(eived. i F'i'ont I. A'M Iillan slating that a case r. of tlyphloid had made its appearance in it house oil uirwood-road. Vronm A.ll. Stephenson enclosing £9) 2s. Sd. being; his share for the making of - ISs--- 4- **,. *-,..+4 1-. . ..t-, -.!. .. 1.u 1 tIa.- ated a the council uponi the energy it was ovine gr ing in mahking private streets.--Received. a ronm the GLieat Central Victorian lRailway Association relluosting th(e assisltalco of tile council to the construe. lion of a line of railway to complete the e midlaid line conItecting the eastern and d western systems of thue olony.--Jlcecivcd Govornmient Vouchers were received f stating that lthe sum of £1867 13s. lid. wa...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BRICKMAKERS' STRIKE. THE LOCAL BRICKMAKERS ASSISTING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

THE BRICKMAKERS' STRIKE. TIlE LOCAL IIIICKMAICERIS ASS SI'TING. 'Tho strike which has taken placeO amongst the unemployed in the -Iol-r. numn Brick Works at Brunswick still continues, and it is a quoestion when an amicable.sottlonent .will be arrived at, Tlhoro can be no doubt that l .the imen are fighting- in a noble caunse. They were comlpelled to go out owing to the harshl and unjlust treatmnent they wore subjoeted at the' luind .of thloin employers. We are glad to see that the nmon Omployed in the Mitchamn, 'unastall, and Box Hill Brick Wyorks have . contributed 'noibly to .the iissistance of thoeir fllow workmen at B)runswiok, and that they intend to assist them while the strike lasts. Anyone can -see at t glance, that the interest of all the men enployod in the works lies in the samuo direction, and that for the men who are nm ployod in this district to assist those who work in the northern suburbs is only natural and what might be Ox lpected. In lending a helping hand to the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.]TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

CORUESPONDENJE. [IIe . do not hold ourseetfi' re ponsible flir ol?,ions expressed by Corroespoinlct?.J] TO 'TI1 EDITOIIR 1 TIlik IIEPOIITII. Sn;,---I notice by the Alge to-day that the Ihtwthorn people purpose tnking the " bull by the horns " in regard to the nlilalnlagc ment of the railways on our liue, do you not think it would be advantageous to the resi dulnts of our district if we were to join threm, anld thus strengthIen their hands. It is had enouglh to lutvo to tratvel second class on first class tickets and it is b:ad enough to have to ride in a carriage with 10 or 18 persons con structed to carry onlly 0 to 8 people, but wlat, I consitder very ntmuch worse is, especiallydur. ingl the late wet weather to arrive at the station and to find no shelter, the " waiting shed " being utilised as a goods shud.s The floor covered with sacks of grain, &c., and the ,ecatswithdtinsot oils and ..paints. During our late worthy station mnastors' rellime this state of affairs did no...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT BOX IILL. --0- SOn. Saturday morning early a sorious accident happened at the 1Box 11111 Brick Works. It scorns that about 8 a.m., Willialm lloberts, atged 28 years, was doing something to the machinery when his nrm got caught in it and lbeoro it could be stopped his arm and hand wereo snaslwod, lIo was quickly releasei d 1t attelnded to as far as am a. Ilteur assist;ae could avail, and was sent into Melbourne by the first train amd col\'nveled to the Mol bourne, llospital, where, onl arrival, he was unattended until just on mid day. 'I'iis case is another instance of hospital hIungling and shlould he brought lunder the hospital authorities notico. We understand M?uberts will not lose his arm.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

TO THE7 EUITOII OF Till niPPiirrTei. Siin,-In your reporto onl th'iioxh'Iiill lrick Works. on 23rd. Inst., you convoy, to the pub lio a false impression of the position I heled inl the company, that owns the works, which I trust you wril afford )no the opportunity; of correcting in your next ieaso. I I"vas ono of the promoters of theo ox 1lill Brick Company and on the dirctlorate frbm the conmmnnco mnent. When it bcameo necessary for- some person to devoto their wholo time to the financial and general mnaiagcment of the company, I accepted the position of msnag. ing director. When the first patont kiln was started and had worked (not very satisfac torily, I admit) for some months it was fdond necessary to obtain the services of a flrst-class praotical and experienced man, as foreman of the works, who could be always on theu ground. After consultation withmyco-direc. tores I obtained a report on the. oworks, from Mr. 1Wagner, and very shortly after arranged termis with Iim, whioh I b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

Council Advortisemonts. SIRIE OF NUNAWADI)ING. TENDERS will be received at the Shiro Hall, Box. lill, up to I p.ui.1 on Monday, '1th Juno, for the following works, plans and specifications of which may be saon at tho Shiro Hall, Box lill: Contract :14--1oad construction- and brick culvert, Elgar road northll.J , Contract 35--Forniation and meahlling and brick culvert, Belmloro road. A deposit of i per cont. lust- accompany each tender, and the lowest or any tender will'not' neessarily be accepted. (By order.) - -.. .. .... .. \ , IIA U G HI T O N . . .... Acting Shire Secretary. e-. Box Hltl, :1itht May, 1810. SIIRE OF NUNAWADINf., EXTItAORI)INAhtY EIECTION i ' -',' NOITI RIIDING. I IlEIEBY give notice that ait a Poll for tlii election of a Councillor to 1111 an Extra ordinary Vacancy in the North IRiding of,tio Shiret of Nunawaditng taken before tue on the 8th day of May, 1800, the votes given to each Candidato were as follows: ASPINALT, SQUIR E .. .. 17, BEPIIIIELL, ALFRTEI) .. .....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

BURTON AND KNOX ESTA.lsISHE l) 14?2. . CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourne Contennial and Adelaide Exhibitions, 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. ..Cariages, 13uggis, Phiu tons, Gs, ig, &, in stock and built t o lrdoer ; ItPAUlS AND IENOVATING. GUALANTEE ALL WOIIK. ES : IGNS SUJ3M'I'TTEI). ? White Horse Road, Box Hill (O1'1'OSITI' T11AM TELRMINlUS). And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. 6'1C, CARRIAGE, and IUGGY HARNESS -MADE TO ORDER, COLLARS CAREFULLY FITTEI). WHIPS, BRUSIIES, RUGS, &c. ,77,. Second-haudl lharnoss Bought, or Exclhnged for Now. ~i~ ____ ________ I The Milliners , TA1 .rTi 3 STIILLT, Bo 11E1.. .N8L a& L. COLLINGS, B11oh:' toamnk the Lndies of BIox Hill and 's~rrounding districts for their lpast patroutge, alnd dOeire to inform thelm, that they have opened a miost elTective assortmlent of :A?UTUMN & WINTER GOODS. Comnprising Millinory in the latest and pretti. ea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Wu airu promised tla treat in the shapo of ai mlliaolio ulural servico. Tlhu lov. W. W. * Muntell has kiidly colnitelled to ullluiIato oi the occasion, and i trained uhoir fromi town will ruender the nimlliel parlt of thu pro. grinnllic. The proceeds will bu in aid of thu trust funds of the Church of 'Engtlllnd, Wuesleyan, Preshlyterln, and United l-e. Iliudiut churchult of Box Hill. As this is Ia upecial s?rvice, anldl uniialtirilnl, we hollo to lse a goodly numlbor presenlt. JFurtlhr piar ticulars in our niolt iueu. A concert anid ball will bh hold l uxt Thursdahy, 5l1i inal., iln uo Do)uicnter 4tluiiouiiiail1 ,-iii in n lt lf tIn, fund, t , will ho a great sticeLOI. - '1'io trainway coii*. plny, if a sullleielit nultber of tlckeutl are sohl, Ihavo kindly coulasunted to rnll speciail trip. A curious specltalo wan witnessed hi Box 1Hill la ollnday iftoriioon when solllu very conspicuous characters were seen paradingl th streetsu with ii panto bucket and bills. Oni Unqui...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

Wei: Iamve again to directattoltion to th Squestion of private streets. This sub ject hes boon before the local coulcilsl tory suttlemlont having boon arrived at. As thi Act is ait present, it deals in a very harsh and arbitrary manner with the owners of land on private streets. If a council desired to be vindictive it 1 lihas tli power to compel owners to form and draiin theeo private thorough o arse. In order to do this the council lias only to call upon tlhe Ialllth Olficer to furnish a report that this Snmust be done to put the street in a , snitary condition. This, to our mind, Sis neither just or equitable. Thon, ngain, before tile council can lay out any money on theso struots it has to get tleu anction of tll owners that they will pay their portion of tliu cost * of lmaking the street. In Imany cases the council experience a great dilliculty in fin ing out who are tle ownpra of most of tih land on the roads which lhav not been taken over by tle council. Looking at this quest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECREATION GROUND AT BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 30 May 1890

RECREATION GROUND AT BOX HILL. --0 A ruprusolntltivu meleting of the Cricket and Football clubs was huhl in tie lhailway hlutel, on Friday evening laust, to see if some. thing could not be doll to 11mlako theu loero ation grounld mlore attractive, and have ia butter undertul lillng with regard to the grolnd. Cr. A. 8orpell having buun voted to the chair, read an apology front Cr. Ellilngworth. lhe ohairalll havillng opened the meetillng called on Mr. Sergeant touxplain what 1he kuuw about tile matter. Mr. Ser golat said hw had been to thu ,Lands ofllc that mllornlillg andi found that before last September thlle and was only temporarily reserved, but sinlco thait time it had bueut per. IllallOllntly reserved for recLretivu pllurposes, and was still under the control of tile Crown. The only thingll open0 for thlo to do was to write to the local counllcil akilngl if they had anlly objection to permissive o tcupanc)I y beinlg given to certain persons. WhV0l the answer was returned, If f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESLEYAN CHURCH, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 June 1890

WESTh3Yilhr (CHUtRCHI1 BOX T :iub ::ntxuiiv urt of t ahuve Ihe i.:ual i:L ll plii m1etinlig wiui Whl:.' in the ihLLweb There iii' V a~tL * l1 ('p i ntInIIi~L] i, W a'lIlte. . ;I - \Itiial th:uop - o l g;Cry ii,~ muI~ lilt); I;I? (ju it 1 lhtI1Iv '1 11111 IT lt publie hiuuhdl in: ii ittl, hlum ovi liie i .1LI WI. I , 1iii Lt itm, d ' Eibm m 11lu-11 1111 tiwhi,'hiui~ tulngaub thu i' i upi. I [in' ii th lu I H 'i, I u lilnlti mil uiiiitiina ti lii 11111 Liii i~ i':li liii I ihu-iuil wi~hitihu thn ii h id trtiti, u8th 1.iii unidiiu iii y of God liimuly h in iu )IIIy . l i.. huri It t th u hii1 c. Sluidiuuitiil t.a tl ui IicI uihitiuh it hitinth deoiinatiLL liii.pe mn u 1 kw h it wo.hi ii ltwi It itt Ia Ith t it istt il 11,i' I o tiit iui~llt I i t Ihir wI I 'lit Lii L11:: ill~ 1I1' I Ii. L111 1I., It~. l l ill~ fr.lilit Ii hiiii l gaI v tIll li i iniiit'rl tii plii' i n huh ii I' it n lilt thi ii iiI ii i T iliP ihiubilt ia't tlPli Ch , I liit l~y' II l''1'. 1 ·1111 ii 1 *<w....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW COLLEGE, BOX HILL V. HAWTHORN COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 6 June 1890

NW IC\VtOlLU( , 110 X IILtL. V. IL.\\fV L'I tL' tOLbL;O >uLT he 'h 'nrhe ijtiii' j''ii'iitL (Lith iinirh 11 Liig 'i lhl III it'li i;i, I wt.ii s. l - Ii' Jun'. ''Ire~m it'a tieyaiaiu corli .New olle e. Th visiors ralhs th igramelnl nhantl~ 8.::- p~:m. andII inatdc~ al I' i li t ' I i %ii'i Nii ; y to li'' to ii I tit 'O ' I ) 1i YL~,'iiil L bh''iir.\' ~ c ~ LL SI I IL 5 no h .hii~~l~c~it to IliI crll clLi.t btliti)L · 111igs~ i fhlr Ior flit 1y Lpi. t ai.. in. Lii b5U Li I l intsh 'iT fi-j Ittlin, 'Fd it's tim X t . iy Litrsti4 'i .i2 stiiiiii '' e a bc''Lg'iL ciy, ''L~ c l niukwat Lii itI I ise iuth so. :i'iilu ticst 0 :*itayutL ad the hand ofg is forw;a :* T . y 44 t y a thei* tpl .."i.b hII h the il poS,' As wl l T.l' ' '0.e.GaleII ( 'rema le s, Ivn Ru i:,::ll, Irlnkhamw,·:c~ (11Il Murphy'i <HE;i~: I:.*,l.

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