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Grand Masonic Choral Service at Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Grand Masonic Choral Sorvico at Box Hill. Fo nudllu thllU pail the uioilbers of tlhe Ilnuihtliol I/udgo of Frc? and Accepted .)lasolni of BIox Itill have been exerting themlsel've mosat t?tlieuOusly ii order to larrnlilgo for the larryiling out of II I full tmasonic choral servico, which took place on Sunday lasi, 21st instanilt. A c allnltteue comprising llros. 1lliinvoworth, jun., Ilhlackburn, .1. II. KelTUourd, J. lRobertson, C. Chliuseuu, tul 'I'. C. hiright, were appointed by the lodge to makeo all the prelrlinhay irranlguletent, and they did so in It iiomust coinnuuiidable minier. To Iro. Chescou was deitu tell the lrdnlOls task of siecuring thu services of St. Johin's choir, to theoi niumlber of (i0, 111111 theu ev. W. Vi. Mlanitell, inutiibount of St. lPhillips' Clihurch of Elnglaild, Collingwood. It is iu.udlos to stiy that tihe rev. gtliutnii inrendered all the assistance in his power and ilist gladly inidertolk the alrdiluous duty of visitinlg llx Hill with (ht hlarge ian...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL STATE SCHOOL, 2838 V. DONCASTER STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

lit) X I GIi STAT SU I O(, 2834 utacdn Iiox II II UIn I'Iilii'sduui Iiast, and ul ~stiltu1 ill it %yji for I5u.\ It ill, by :i l~oml) 3 Iuhuluj Iu'u LU behlindus.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNION JACK V EAST MELBOURNE STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

1txios r~c v E.1st'\L [i~nrIust~ Sr. M u. St 1"111:111 I ( :lA) itdo, IjI~twsoitll., Ct'a g, Plitist Ld.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

What is doing in the Trade, Miass Kerr, costunticro (latu of ltobortoon and Moffat's), hao oonmomnced buseiness at Station-street, Ctuaborwull, whro atll orders euntrtustd to her taro will be carried ottt in a first-.lass mannertr. Mists Kerr tguarantloeu fit anttd stylo. Watkins and Collier notify oloewhere that they have comnmneceud business at Doncaster ti general utorokeopers and ironnongers, antd merit a share of public support.

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Hawthorn Council Elections. MR. JAMES COULTAS AT THE AUBURN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Hawthorin FCouuncil ElectLions. alMIt, JAMAtS COUI.''A~ AT TIMI AUBURN 11ALL. Mr. Jtamens Coultas, one of the catndlidllates to the Ilawthorn Council, aiddressed I meet. ing- of ratepalyrs at the above hall on Friday evening last. 'Thure was a fair tttunantltll eu present totwithstaduliolg the itnclenent state of -the weather. Mlr. Duck was luani moutsly elected to the chair, and in opening the teletitng remarked that they had arrived lit the time when they would have to hear the several speeches from candidates putting utp for the forthcomling oelection. 11e hoped they would give the candidate a fair hearing. Mr. Coultas, in opening his speech, said he c.1110 forlward to soeek their contideuce, aind if they did him the honor to elect himu he would do his utmost not to betray their trust. 'The first subject he would touch on would be one that 1lawthorn Igreatly wanted, and that was a recreation reserve. T'lhey had tile ground available whitch would huake a splendid reserve, uand lhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Cantiliurly R;iilwaty Wod" Siding H. PAYNE. WOOD AND COAL MI"RCliANT. Who has b?en reiditing iln Canter bnry fos some years, begs to inform the lresidonts of_ ,tte, district, nand the surrountilig 11?etighbbMnrhix?l that he had s.eurod the tewnefit of a \-ooda Siding, at Canteebury ,itation, and will now be able to meot the long felt want of the neighbourhood by supplying WOOD, COAL AND COKE, of the best quality at MeIlltrune prioes. I1I. P. h1had n11,1(1 1 yuturS txexp'ieneo in the above busin?:,t,.itý3ýlnley and district, and feels confident of giving satisfaetion to all who hollollur him with their orders. The following is a list of the Present Prices. By W'ei1;ht I livered. Pest lox liloeks 1 foot, 1)ld. per ewt. and Split Box, 11d. per ewt. Rel Gumn Blocks, ISd. per cwt. Split lied Gumn, 14d. per ewt. ]lkst Newcastle Coal, 'a. lid. per bag. quatntities at current rates. Coke, Is. 01. per bag. By Mleasuremtent Delivered. 2 Tons 1 ft Split Box 2t0s. 1 do do - - 14s. id. ...f m1=i...

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Council News. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 23TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Council News. NUNVAWADIN? COUNOIL. 31Mo.auY, ,,ss 23rnt. P?rsesit --Cir. P'pperill (Prlesident, in the chair) and rt's. lRawlings, M1'Arthur, S[orton, Sirpell, and Elliiigworth. Comiteoscsutinc. From.tnlhn 31'Arthur stating that he was chareged i royalty onil all stone got. fronm thle localet quarry, which he thought the council should forego.--leceived. From ,I as. K.inedy, askin the council to grant hiim an extra month to flnish his contract, No. 21, on Middluboro*road. -'lho applkication was granted. Fromi the Shire of Oakleighl stantiln, lhat several ratepaycers in that shireo Ilan comilained at the bad state of the nortlh boundary roead and reuesting tihat the necessary repairs should be carried out as soon ias possible. --Cr MeArthur stialted that he had travelled along .the road that day anud he could state that it was in very fair condition. The P1resi. deint spoke in a similar mnanner. It was xsejobed to ;seod; a~reuly.~to,1hie.S),slcil ih qluestioni was Iii icryci gdodblit...

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Municipal Elections. BOROONDARA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

iMunicipal Eleootions. 1I0tOON .AllA. .T'iro is overy indieation that thu ultuot Oloutions in cotinection with the Ilbrondarit Connull will hoi o knly conttotil. 'T'his is more ouspcially thu case in the nIortIh mid uontr'o rulings. In thosounth ridinig, o i lAr nlaCll nnt h tven itt presenlt, tlhereO is ory likelihood of Cr. ltraiti, thu prosnutt rp,'rersu. tatio, loiing allowed ia walkover. t'hat gent?lan lhasi only heon in lthu con?cil suoin twolvo imonthsl, anid during that tio hie hlii disolharged his municipal dutieo in souch ai way that he hias rison ini tho estimiationt of the I'lluto)payers who pltnced him in tlhat position. Fuor dll criito riding tiho preosi. dont, Or. Itioks, has irtmotnunced his inteition of sooking r-olection. Cr. Ilicks is known far alnd wide t Ihroughl the shireo n it rotatlial mant, and during hirs pr(midontial yrar Ihe hla tikoti it dueep interest in all mlttlrs hiforo thu council. I li intimate frindn, nud lie htas matny., are activuly s ngagud in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

E. COWAN, Ilogs to inform theim resideunts of iurroy I lillads nsurrounding distrioti, thltshe 1 llS OjpellOI i11 lloc. .it CAIM IE ItW ,ELLi ROA1), CAMiII!ltWIELIj. W'ith a choice solection of general Drapery, lancy Goods, Stationery, &c. A TPItIATi SOfjIClITI,). No need to go to Melbourno for Hairdressing & Tobacco Requi sites, because the well-klnown PROFESSOR COLEMAN int1 opened Mttnhlislhnouts in Box Il ill (oppositeo railway station) tandl Union Road Surrey Iilll, opposite railway station. All br ds of Tobacco hokept. Cleunliness, civility and attention. Razors carefully set. Ingagtlcnlt lRings, ])ross Rings, l)iamond Rings, (lout Rings, Rothorhiamn's WatclIes, Wal\thmn \Vtltchua. Gold and Silver ]lrooclios aud Earings, Marble Clocks, WVood Clocks, WeddingProsontsi, lBirthday P'resents, An article can be had on TIM I-.PAYAI ENTI' or CASIL PIIICE All Repairs skilfully executed. Albert E. Brown AILTJ lW' V LI It.& W\'ATCII M AKI.ER1 ] UltW\VOO l )-R OAT )...

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BOROONDARRA COUNCIL MONDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

OILtOONIDAIltIA COUNCIL. lso..\v, ,J t:.' ;i1. Pi'esetlt--Crs. Iicks (President, in the chair), laling, Ihay, I illon, Swetnamn, Braint, Year, Clayton, and Taylor. Co.l nsro.v D Iou :. Fromn V. D. Lovuritg, Surrey Itills, stat ing that througlh thu eglecut of the men in not putting the Cattur'bury road ili a proper stato after laying the gas mains, his horse :ttunbled and was injured. Gtis Coulnpaiy to be communicated with. Fromuin the Nunawading Councuil, suggesting that the council agree to postponing the proposed work on West Jiotiudary-rotd un til next tinonhial year. Cr. Sweeute)an said the roadI wits illn ait dlangerous tnd impassabie state, and should be attnmlad to. lIawthorn Counceil with Btrke-road, antid Nunatwading Council with Itouudrary-ruid, were not treat ing lloroondatrrliu in It proper spirit. Both these roalds wcru i i i very batd state. The P'residntt said a few loadl of metal wtere put here and there on hiurke-roadl, but it was in ait very bad Wiate. Cr. l1rain ...

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Railway Meeting At Burwood. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Railway 1~eeting At Burwood, A largo and enthusi?seic meeting of the inhabitants of Soulth Nutawading, ilurwood, and Black Flats was hoeld in the ltuhlabite Hall, lhirwood, on Tucaday night. presidud over by Or. Popporill. Thoe ineeting was oonv?ened for the purpose of considering what steps should be taloken in order to get a line of railway front Ilartwell, air ilurwood and Tally-Ito, to lilack.Flat, placed in the now lRailway Bill now before the House. The country through which the lineo will passi.ls ronmarlkaklo for its fertility, and is settled by an industrious population who feeool aggrieved that this line has been omitted fromn the bill., The residentsin the district were led t0 believe the bill would be suru to include this line which is only some six niloes in !length, and consequently felt indignant when they realised the fact that they had n d ldft out ill the cold. Thie oedting waq 1luhiilioutU tlht' thq wltulo of tWiO res dentt sl'ould rise up en ilCOC and insist upon...

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Stirring Adventures of an old Whaler. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Stirring Advouturos of an old Whalor. --o- You would think it straugo at first glance that a whale should bocmno so well known as to 1e given a itmnio by the blubber-hunters of the sovueral nations, and as to be recognisod by theme il various looalitius for ia nu3n bur of years, but there woro several instancos of this during the palmy days of the whalo oil trallic. No two wlhalos look alike, any more than two black boars, or two doo1rs, or two foxes. W'hen you comle to look at any two bugs of the smu3 species you will lind some00 points of 1dil'ronce. 'Two whales of the same sioze, half-a-mileo away, will look exactly aliko, but a closer view may reveali a great dliffr 3nc0. 1 have had 3t close view of 250 whalues iln my titme, and 1 have noticed just as much diflernceo in the s13p3 of their h10ads as in hun1ula3 bings, I have see0 it wltacl with at hair lip. .1 lpvo so5l cross-eyed whales. I ihave eon0 tlhoo or four who woro born hunchbacks. Thus, when one makes it 3t businoss to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M., (in the chair), and Mossrs. Garside, Pepperill, and Ellingworth.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Box Hill Court. Fiunay, JuNie 20TH. (Ilefore Major Ilartrop, P.Ml., (in the chair), and Messrs. (arside, Pep. perill, and Ellingworth.) 'l'hree men, named Ainger, Palmhnor, and Stacey, were charged with com mitting a breach of the peaco at Surrey hills on the 5th Juno. Ainger and Stacey pleaded not guilty, and Pahlmer guilty. A witness named Hloenry hick utated that lie was returning home from work on the occasion re ferred to when he saw Palmhnor and Stacey engaged in at fight. From what he saw of the affair he thought Palminer was to blame. Constable HIlealey deposed that hIe saw the prisoner, Palmer, running through the passage of the Surrey Hotel. Hlie arrested him, and Panier told him that Ainger and Stacoy had struck him. As lie- did not sooe, the light lie could not arrest Ainger and Stacey, but said he would smunmons them. Constable Wilson stated that Palmhner was handed into his custody by Constable Hlealey. There was a horse near them, which Pahmhner tried to mount, but he...

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Bohemian Quadrille Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Bohemian Quadrille Club. Tho first social in connection with the abovo club was hohl in the iecroeation ]Gall, B1ox l Ill, on Eriday" night. Thero woro shout forty couples presentl. A ]progratumO consisting of :s dlances was gone through in a most admiirable manner. The music was lprovided by Mrs, 11i11, of T'unstall, and .[r. Rlobin son. The eIctering was placedi in the hadlsi of Mr. Lawson, whlo dlidl his work in such a manunor thait gave gn?oueoral satis. fac'tion. ' During tho evenoig the follow. ing ladies and gentilenen favored the company with songs, viz., Misses 1ill, Leonardl, iand hIawke, iiand M??essrs. Cooke " Joo laker," Leonard and ['D)onald. Mr. F?. Coombs imado a most ellicient M.O. The following arc a few of ithe drosses worn on the oconsion :-Miss-1'D)oahld, whileo, red siash ; Miss I iill, blino and g'hito; iiss Yeomans, palo glue; Miss .I.llwke. pljuk iltnd whjtp.

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Sweet Columbine. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Swoot Columbine. (,,y 1:. 1..) A manl's voice rang? down the 10oun. tWain, calling : t nuoillo I I H[ro, pnapa. Down below I Blring larnea M?aty with you.' A grey hairued mlan, straight and handsoelu, came down' the mountain sido with at boeautiful lady on his airmn. She was very young, evidently his second wife. Why did you run away, dear ?' said the lady, Uand stopped, siu'prisod to mout ait strangor. ' This gentleman saved my lifo,'said Ijucillo, presounting Toddy. .[ full o'ver the rooks.' Judgo 1)ol aancoy hold out his hand. ' To whomn are |wo inldobled for so greoat a servicu ? ' lle asked, warmly. l My namo is luoronco 'lor'y,' 'Tuddy replied. 1 camno fronm Iloston, iandll am stopping alt the )itisanore.' 1%,. 1 V..',y )-oi {BI illt om vfa(i,4iiH jl woet on down the mountain, and 'L'rry himsolf bhosido Lucillo. She had put the wild columbino in her holt. Hwveut Cohulaine wias s11., Ito loved the ground she daacaad on, lho Iaughld his love to ase I She lhitnum d, * So she did....

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A Youthful Forger. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

A Youthful Forger. At the Box lHill Court on Friday, 20th June, before Major hiarthrop, '.31., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Gar side, and Pepperill, at young mans naUmed WYin. Dl)ethmore, was broughlt up on remnand, helarged with forgery andl uttering. The prosecution was con dueted by Inspector Thomas. In order to bring the case within the jurisdiction of the court the charge Was altered to that of obtaining money by means of litlso protencos. The first case taken against the prisoner was that of obtaining a pair of boots valued at 17s. ad., and 17s. 6id. in cash by mmeans of valueless cheques from Mr. Robinson, of Box Hill. The evidence for the prosecu tion was to the effect that on the 20th of April last the prisoner went into the shop of Mr. Robinson, at Box Hill, and bought a pair of boots, in payment of which he toendered a cheque for 3Us. The choqueo pur ported to be signed by Geo. lihood, junr., and as that gentleman is well known in this district, Mr. Robinson at once cashed th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Council Advertisements. I1RE OF NUNAWADINO, TENDERS for the supply of 3 or more Horses as required, for working the Shire Roller and for HIorses and Dravys as required for Shiro Work will be received at the Shire ]lhall, up to .9 p.m., on MONDAY, 7tli JULY. next. Tcnderers to undertake the whole of the Hlorse Work required by the Council for the ensuing twelve months, and to give schedule of RIatoa for each Riding. Specitications may be seen at the oflices of the Council. (By order.) W. 11A.UGIlTON, Secretary. Box Hill, 20th June, 1800. S H I RE OF NUNAW\VADING. Shirm Hall, Box Hill., 20th June, 1800. IN compliance with the petition of Rosieal. dents of Box Hill, I hereby convene a PUBLIC MEETING, to be held at the Shire Hall, on TUESDAY, the let JULY, at 7.30 p.m. "To discuss the advisability to establish a Mechanic's Institute and Free Library at Box 11i11." J.LAMES PEPI'EIELL, .1,. President. 111RE OF NUNAWADING. VOTERS LISTS, 1800. NOTICE is hereby given that a copy of the VOTER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

.uX U L'U.IN AND KNOX EiSTA13LIS1HED 1682. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourne Centennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late .National Agricultural Society's Show. Siie?lagi s, luggis,, Phitons, Gigs, &c., in stock and built to order. IlE1'.uItS AND) JIENOVATINf. GU.U ANT'EE Alet WORK. DESIGNS SUAIMI''TITED. SNO W, White Horse Road, Box Hill (oPPolSTE. TrIlt TEUMINUS). And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. GHO, CARR IIA,(iE, and 11UGGY HARNESS 1AUD; TO 0808.I"11. O L LA iI S CAll E F U L LY 'x' '11 I1 EID. 11 WIlPS, 1Ii11US11h S, oIU S, a , . c ' Se7- S lcubhan tllar1 ns Iought. or Exch,,nged for \,,w. The Milliners jStATIt)N ST1IIET, 1311\ llii.t,. N. &ýe L. OOLLINc+S, Beg to thanli 'the Lhtdic. of flex 11:1 indl surrlotndhing distri'cts; fur the.ir )iI M pflttun and ukitir to infujin t het, that they haive' opeited at mtot uhfet'tivu tscut tmitatl of AUTUMN & WI[NT1ER (0OODS. Comiprising lhilhincr...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

Local News. Inll our last issue a misitake wuas inadvert ontly made In the initials of Mar. Il. W. .E. Ilookoe, who is a candidato for municipal honors in the IHawthorn Council. This gentlemian, it will be remembered, polled very well throee youars ago, iand as he has splendid, promisewon of, .support liho, should be amongttleo lucky number at the forthcoming election. Councillor A. 11. Taylor notlilies in our ad veorlising edlumn that he will again be a candidate for thu Centre riding of the Shire of Blloroondarra. The election takes planu on the 14th of August next. A meeting will bo held AIn the l11hiokiburn WVorkinen's Institute on Monday oveniug when Air G. II. Jose, will read a paper on "lcereation." Ladies spoelally invited. Admission free. Cr. Serpoll announces his intention of con testing the North riding in the Nunawading Shiro against all comers,. Sinco ho has boon in the Council hlie has almniost wone his spurs. The voters' lists for the Nunawading Shlro will be open for...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 27 June 1890

THE residents of South Nunawading have just cause for complaint that the line from Hartwell Via Tally Ho and Black Flat has been omitted from the now Railway Bill. The distance at the outside is not more than 6½ miles; the land along the route is remarkable for its fertility; is thickly populated by an industrious yeomanry, and the line can very easily be made, there be- ing no engineering difficulties to con- tend with. In addition to those ad- vantages the proposed line would open up some very valuable country, and place farmers and others within easy access of the city. The line would also act as a feeder to the Outer Circle railway, which it would intercept at Hartwell station. Already there is a large goods and passenger traffic ready for the line, and there is every reason to believe, in fact, those who advocate the line, are certain it would pay as soon as it was open for traffic. Under these circumstances it is not   matter for surprise that the residents of Sou...

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