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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

1iA81U1JAhsj, Thu Blackburn 1i.0. played their fir'l maltch verusi the Ht. htephco liusuball Club, on Haturday ltat, nld succeeded in winning th0 guino by Illiiruu aginait thu Ht. Htoplhoit'* 6., It must beo suidl thu Hiiintsl playcdl i vel'ry' Uodi gatie, but wreo unfortitutltu in luing aOveral points, throtugh the inplro being preveinted [tout e4f\ lle out's in tiquestion. uilteinii? didil thu pitc?hing in good etylo ild tlroubled the batsmuen very much. eck, 'outheln nod 'LT, hail wuro top scorers, with II, 7, 1ul 7 respectively.: llomne very good hitsv w'ereo imdi nd altogether" the home ha, uhowd rapid r~huuroveinuit. A Irun tice iteh will be played next lSaturday coin uii1ieiig at 2 o'clock. Thu general meetinghl wasi hold on Saturday lIat, whet Mr. Morton wan elected president, Misers.ilolwningb'ore, Huscby, Clark, (Goodwin and Janhiecon as vlice.preident I li'.' Parry, treasurer; hMr. ILUt IlivullL thu Clio lb, thu zuuhncripihioi Will ýowoi'd to fla. per ecntuut. Altos~otheu...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNION JACK V DONCASTER JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

lI~ilu\ JACKH 1 I)out'.uIIT~:I .JUIOii. Unioni Jlck will playV the IUoiauter .Juaioru ut Jinx B ill oni Muturdna uInet. :Phu Unionu lacik will be ro)i~twUIntut miy tihe followi:4g ]Jluiuklbuti (8), Ilntcun, Cinriw (3),. 1louuº iiilasDre, Caceuk, (iiiiiuti, IiUanusn, Juimawtomnj, looseon, l'utterawa, Thwluy,

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING AT BLACK FLATS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

A pubI~lic uetl iug' ivins Iild on IIidIIy 'eat~euIg fit (to huniloiniii Vioiw I [ohl ltIuaiik It'Ints, fov~tliu peiiiroo of nsd - li titO li)C& bes 1Cfl1 Of 0htaiodnig. railway 1º)IIIetlitIltI Ciijn fr I h dkt jul.,an ilr. WVilson, president of thiu dbire, m 'i111 in just ice to our udistricit, and i't I th iulii eent of thu iulutilntlot genterni ly, at [inu fruit ti cen I ri to Ileetuk iOL ([tack ]?lut tiiitl J3St~tiutld by inseiledI in 11he presenit [tll, mint iiemiitet' for lthu tdin triLbut instructed to: Itiriii ollr ouliuti under thue tot luu of thu si ouster fo [li lways na beitng A Ito most tirect utimt sutgttstIe, ntee i uren'i I itj ito very, tgt'rt en lite rIiitg d tlieul jesl eiipihi, p it~ [(tet i fotd,, nit; cr. Willis, spoke in (16ut61' of-It,, miuttoni, w~tihih 'li5 carried'C. Siotei geulotliuetu present., whose [nod thi railaoy woihi io through, exjrI'wset, themselvsi nts willing to give ho pur. lioiins rerqiretl for (thoe construeilion. Mfr. (Judden niuved...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Meeting at Doncaster. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

MWootixng at Dtoncastor. ?'[hle inhabhll oF ])olln xf,| 2* n \Wnrnatlyhe hehi n puzblic: mzeeting in Ilth ]terntqlio1 J hill, I )ounender, ol Snnludaly eveinh, thi 28t11 ,lure,, for tlh, 1iurpotl; :of hai. g netin in ordtr .to iei Ihe railr wliy e ftelnded ns iilig isl)zi.oii r 1insi, I ind Ifri tuiho ce, if t o.sibl,. to livi it very inii'ii h l Viil'lllidie'i , 'id Žitii weis uih h't'r . Inl'/. isa. i uflllll'' ,,iiiii lu tl b'h I1 luitti' iiriinitt iii'.io , 11'. III thul8l iitilS 11 , llll ill iit, ist osi 'l tItol hili tii tnutu shuh be ixthiuuhd f1or a cihst.I' ot hio uit's iii aiii etsieil'y ih'tihiui whiii will brini itt to I ei t iut. 'oiul. t'r. fi,1i wai voitd hi the rhair, ,it tv, i l cni'uthI , u e',ln. , stnhed thnl hugy hid hitu t alhi I tin , fiihr us r the pIIrp)0os1 of seeLillg whlat eott hl dol; hin or'der hi ge?tt nnIlll ,hsiion of tit ]pr(o 3cd lint, iurn iiu iew, l iithelerinuitiulwhitih hii l bee111 fi.eu sort eIiiii ?2 1 y i's ['liw ttl', iliun'tioni of lIlga...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL V. FERNSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

1111l lu.Ii)OVuw' nftt ilont, when tilOl thet mute i lull force. Ilox I lill will ben repro. ounliul iy the followjilijg :-CuIiu:, 1'nvuoe, O'KLullu, 'Tfitill, IIodliO (2), Wi. FIetelwr, SloiIbililitluu, Cooke,, WVilson, lunor, Liunit, - Nicliulowi, licutiak, Aitoti, Sncrolty. Luogan, (lrollouu, ]4,ldgoos, Z'.ujliui, Pope 'alultuoun, M1'Ijrlloni, Aulinltill, lDovlo atul Urota

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. MARLEBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Sp ortin g. 0,aitI\wrs.:hh V1, MLIuthmmINI I. (On H.lturidhy lust ,hu Canlmburwull 'fotballers 1lu the 1lar'leburne1 who are better known ia the Houh1l Mel. bourn'o Juniors, on tlhe grom11d of Iho l l1lr. 'I'h day wIas Il1 that 011111 ho.douired for football, Ilioru bbeing an absxuco of wind to favor either aide. As this itt1,h Was con'lidered to be a trial of strength 11111 kill b hoetWeeo the two cilubs a largo crowd asso'. bledI ' to witness the g e111. 'I ,,111 Lat from tIe beginning to end was a very rcugh 1one10, and was malde unp1111 as1n, owing to, the crowd rushing on the pilyilng 1ii ahlI. ht taiur th11 Ilnia'lli'1J stn sHo gr; t 11111, ro t-iu 14i1u1(0 Wits ilurir with. At tih 1 best ,he o'val is only 11I na111111 one, till whllln it is eneroalched upon by the Spectators a manifest in jnstico is 1don10 to th lio players. On atul'rdaly Ills 1wo fiolnd it iml.po1sibl4I Ito see how the ga11111o was p'(rogre'ing owi0ng to tlhe persistnl t mIIiIIllllI' ill which thile crowd .h...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

What is doing in the Trade,. The sale now beinlg held by (G. 11. 1)oluery, Xurrey Ihills, has been n wonderful success. We believo people have been compelled to lovo without being surved. Tihe bonl con. tilnucs for one week llore. The advertisement of Mir. V. (I. Wnlker, fournliture andm artistic, china and glass warea. houlse, applenS in niotlher colimn.n Mr. VWalker hIs conlllenced builnesls at ChaIrinh Cross hllUildinlgs, Camberwell road, Upper ihawthorn, whlro he is prepared to furnlish houses on most reasonable terms either for ca11sh or on time paycillltll. Mrs, Chlads (E. A. C.) intimates in our iadvertising cohnlis that she has opened a registry ollico for lgoverneslses, lady helps andI servan'llts at Kent-stIreet, (hlenferrio. Mrs. Chnds, lthrolugh a recent boreavemoenlt, has been necessitated tlo start some business. and trusts tlhat sufllcienllt support will be givenl to nmake it n success. We mally men.1 lion that Mrs. Chiads was connected with the Herald tsaff for t15 y...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brickmakars' Meeting at Box Hill [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Brickzlakars' Mcoint at Box Hill \A mneting of the o6n employed inll theo ix Ilill Brick Works was chl in the Recreation Hall, 1lox 1ll, on P V Jhdnosdily i' ening,'pi'esidi(1d over by lMr. (eo. Hlawke, president of the local hib ieuli of tihe union. 'The ioe't ilg was called for the pu'pose of hear ing ,i'n address on tile benelits of ''Trades Unionism, delivered by Mlr. .1. I lncock, president of the '.Trades 1 hll Council, It wais deemed aviahidi, seeing that the bridkaukers in this district had, foiruIed a itiion,, as they \.ere unn'equainted with the working and rulhs of unionisai, that they should hie edueated in these matters hby gentle m1n 1 ylo, weo computeLit to Onlighten A r, Ilncoclc staltud, in his opening remairks, that labor il past years was 11ot so 0nicli osteloied or c?'ed ftol' as ;l: horsI : It wasi lorked upon s 11 t thing to be kicked. It was liko a ]el)non tliol ip and its1 soon its e110 juice was sucked out of it thrown on Pne tside., lie ,was gliul to s1?y t...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prosbytorian Church, Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Presbytorian Church, Box. Hill. Tho first anniversary of the Ilox lill 'Presbyterian Church was colobrated onli Stiu. d(lay last, where threco special scrmons were delivered. In the morning the pulpit was occupied by the loy. Mr. MItrdoch, MA.. bf Camberell. Thie congregation was increased by at large gtmber of visitors, and i the slug. lug and Sermnotn was much appreciated. The afternoon stervice was takein by thlO tioý. (leo, 'Paul, the minister of the church. Thio con gregation was remarkable for tie largo number of younIg enon who woere present and the sermolt delivered by that gentlemnan'cont lainmed manyy nobhl thoughts1 which L wueor handled In such a manner by the preacher as to engage tie attention and interest of all presenit, especially that of the young nmen. In tit e evening the church' was 'crowded in every part, a largo number of vialtors coming from Hurrey Hills and wil Caniberivell td heir the 11ev, .1I, Hutton, MA. Tihe sermon wias n manster piece of eloquent reaso...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presentation to Mr. John Toon. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Proselltatioli to Mr. Jolmn Toon, -o A very plcalant ovening was spenit at (lho residlience of Mr. Johni Toon, at nurrey Hills, on Fridlay night Biut, when tiat gentlem?nlt was prectlned witlh ta very lalnisoUiie illumi atled addrlless,-, mountled in a ilargo gold frame. The address is placed in (ho cenlro andl theo likenesses of ltha coaliaitteo foredl ait very pleasing m?ailOer. l'reaviou to the pre. i?otation, those pirereat uit lown to aIt well haidl iiaaer, wliiclf wi lLut tip lby lMrs. Toon and lMiss Ol'litl' Cr. Serpell was voted (o Ihlo chair. After aanicl? justico liand been loneo to the gooad things pirovidedil and (ho usual loyal toatlst: haid beean disposed of, lthe chairmlaa an said it alTordled him very gireat pleasuru in propos ing l lthe healtlh of ?lir. 'l'oon, a gentlemana who was universally - reispected througholut theo disitrict. They hadl aaet together thlint eveailing for tho purlposo of presenting hina with an illuminahted iaddress:, which con v'cyeiq,, bhtte...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Caiterbury Ratilway Woold Siding H, PAYNE. WOOl) ANDI CO.\AL 31,I'llUANT. tWhto has been r,'cilinu in t'antter lItiry for sonic V"tyar5, lih,:; It) in o lrm the residleuts of th, district., 1u1t the s\upang lt.i)ýý tgit lb ýllt,111 that hit hias secureil t( hebe nit of a \Voal Siding, at ('int'i''rhuv Station, and will now he able to meet the lon;g tilt wtant oftlhei'ntcighlibuti rod lv situppl tlylhig WOOD, COAL AND COKE, of the be'st unlity at Mltli utne prices. 11l I'. has had llany yea rs' expierince ill the a|,ove Ihutlal'ig tl Ih'lhrll .and d istric t, a n dl tle ls t o niillhn t o 1 , ,iv in ,; s:atidaficlinU to all who hmonur him with their ortlt'rs. The I'ullowing is i ist of tihe l'irestlut 1ll Weight I)elivered. fBe't liox lllicks I foot, I : , 1 .- r c a' t. n' l Split tioy. I lt pe't l t. Red hun llBlocks, 1:;`l. lpi'r c\\ t, Split Redll h un1 .1,l. p\"r INwt. ]}l st N e w ca ,stlh ('oa l, is. thl, ip ,r b ig , 'Irantitit . iat cneve' t r lat .,."; Coke, Is. thi. per ,u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Meeting at Black Flats. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Railway Ycoting at Black Flats. A very ntlhusinstisl ? elittlg was held in tihe Stal Iehool, Illltek i'lts, mi M ontlday eveuing, for tihe purplose of gtlling n lino fritm IhInu1well via '!11,11y. Io land lihptiwotod hi lltttk ihnt,. Tte ilncotinig was presided over b'y Cr'. t'lpperill, presii deut of ito N?'iuiiwindiog Conneil mud chair~man of Itoe Unrtwoodl nutlclu ik hint Ph Iiniliwny lenguet. u li openintg le eetig the gave it liso'y of ltho ig1.u fro its iit iiltion it (1the preseut L time, 'hIito rt'sildet' l of tlh, distrih , rifler much thought 11ud deliblrrn lion, ihail coui o to l ho eoulusion that tlho only line which would Ito of uise to h at part of the district was the ioe which tnd o t lpiied thetir niteiloli tt during ito nist. few years, 'id it wits to seetur' Iliuts lino thatli, the leiguo had been formed. lit felt. ni eonill uetion in aiIyiug t hat. ihe line would e it' pinying oine frlot Iu lis,. The lt ople wlotte siet l srd oil the haidl all alonig Ithe proi'po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

OUR SALE Now on GARNHAM & CO., ALON ON IIOUIFE, A U I lUN .I(OA D Ten per cetnt. discount for cash. (. und Co. btg to auounce tlnt their GREAT CLEARING SALE of WINTER GOODS Ia now on, and will continuo until the eud of July, Lireant lunr;anins hin every department in uorder to clear beforu stockhlking. Uudelrelothinbg, Jhosicry, (:fovt~s, ,'htBoalts, Ilankets. Men's and lhoys' Clothting, lhtt, Tioes, Ac. ItEMNAN'T'! IIhNlAN'I'S! IIIMNANT'1S! All at lieduced l'rices., Iwo Shillilngs iin 'oulnd DisculLt for Cash. An inspection will repay you. Address (iARNIIAM ANt) CO., LONDON 1HOUSE, AUIUl N 1OA), AUIJUIN. E. COWAN, Bogs to inform the residents of Surrey Ilills and surrounding districts, thati she hus opened business Iat CA AtlillRNWVELL IOAD, With a choice selection of general Drapery, anucy Goods, Stationery, Ac. A TRIAL SOlICITEID. Engagenment Iings, • Dress flings, lUiamnond lings, o r a fc in g s , lLotherham's Watches, ai Waltham\\ Wtoches. G(old andl Silver Br'oocles a...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hard Times in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Hard Tinlius in Melboutne. There can he no disputing the faet that there is a very serious mitount of ldepressiotn amogst, the working men of this colony, especially in Mell'otnet. l'tradetS is ts dull now itns it was durtin hg tihe period of our history whilch is known as the B Ierry Illight." 'Tihe oetects of the land buoom andt over specultion are now being fellt in retal earnest by the tmechanics, many of whom nre in altost abject poverty, aIti(d there seetIs, to all Ippeataitnes, nothing but poverty s1torig tihem in the factee. This state of thintgs lIas been brought about in a great measure byv thue system, of deceutralisattioun whicli has been going on for yeurs. All the people luvo been iloukOitug to the ctty and the sultburbs. PThte country has has been entirely neglectedl. ,Me chuites frotom the other colonies hatve also been comintg over here in droves, and tie consequence is that the supply of labour is far in excess of the demanud, Carpenters, "who a few months ago, wer...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fireside Sparks. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Firosido Sparks. I1 lproportionl as we recognise more fully the truest work and culturo of iminan lifo we shall a 'ppreciatto the sphIre and inluenceu of women. D)ebate nd theorise as we nny, we must perceive. tlhatt events and eil'cllll stlice5 have i persistelnt wily of reguintinig the coursle of the world, and that the opposite inlhnece of the heart n1d thlhiead will go on while man has a bead to think and a heart to feel. T'luru is nothing innocent or good that dioes ad is forgotten ; let us hold to that faith or none. An infiut, a pratting child, dying in the cradle, will live aginl in thu better thoughts of thiose who loved it, nd play its part, through thew, in the redeeming action of the world, though its body ho burned to ashes or drowned in the deptlihs of the sea. Hyidnely Smiith's recipe for cheerful nuss is not to have one motive only in the day for living, but a number of little motives. A man who from the tiuo lie rises till hed-timi colnducts himself liko a gentleman...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Elections. BOROONDARA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

I3ltON1OiDARIA coIJNCIlh. Luin~ bg Itho past. weok - ho cuiididntu11 who 1110 ini tile: fild to' 1111 the vacancies, whut ill be ciitatcd Iin thiin ol~ili in Aug;ust, liavp beeni notively oiugigud in a iivtwiaiig Ilio hdistrict. Th'l'tic I&iduni, 'of tlimoI'siii, Cr. Clarecei~ (licklots met with n largo amiounit .of siipjort ie hasi beon well rcceived ini 11w 'North riding,'by it Iaigo iiumber of rtota payers, who promisedci to suipport liiui: 1iii brother coiiuicillors (Ci's. DaI&y and, 'Matiiig) arc lzerhii1g tfhdnioivcs' onh his behialf, (hid ha vii mot Yxtti hibsiaI'4uiippcrt Iii6 Caniterbuiry aiiii halwyni.' 'U. Ulardiico (licks, is a gentle. man, who is so wvouI-known In the eastern suburbs tIs ii public opiritodl luau, whto ildenltiliun himielf with every moventilt for the good of the dintricl, that it woutld be something like taking coal to Newcastle to speak of his peraonal iqualities for a eouueil lor. ie. is consciotus that thu council has iu done all it i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Council Advortisemonts. S?IIIRE OF NUNAWADING. TENI)EIS for the supply of 3 or more Horses as required, for working the Shire Roller and for horses and Drays as required for Shire Work will be received at the Shire Hall, up to 3 p.m., on MONDAY, 7th JULY, next. Teuderers to undertake the whole of the Horse Work required by the Council fur the ensuing twelve months, and to give schedule of lRates for each Riding. Specifleations tmany be seen at the offices of the Council. (Ily order.) W. IIAUGHITON, - Secretary. Blox Hill, 20tht June, 1890. Secretary, tIIIRE OF NUNAWADIING. S VOTERS 1 ISTS, 1.?tO. NOTICE is hereby given that a copy of the VOTERS' LISTS for eachlt Riditig of the Shire is in my custody and may be inspected at the Shiro Ollees, .Station.strect, ]3ox hlill, at all reasonable hours, from the slet to 7th days of JULY, both included (Sunday's ex. cepted.) A copy of tihe Voters Lists for the Centre Biding is lying at the RIoyal Ihotel, Surrey Hlills, and for tihe South idtin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

, BURTON AND KNOX " .. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, S.. Burwood Road, Hawthorn., Highost Awards Molbourno Contoennial and Adulaitlo Exhibitiquns. 3 First Awards'and 1 Soconld at the late National I. , .+ . Agricultural "Society's Show,. Cý 'lirr ge', ] lties, Plultoi:7, G(iin,, Ae., n i dell N ull huilL+ ' tt?,i ° t ler.' i if , , 1" ,r .f. . , , ,, , ,D ; ..1 1. . SADDLE & HARNESS 1VAKE% rrf ~~ ~ S ' t . ia+lI:rllo1 r ~+ii ."" , ..tr, X1 : ` ., t.," 1'.+ .. ... a ," A ti ..... h i+J]ý ' f ...11 . s , ; . .. ....li , ý 't r:,,1 , , ", I, ; . ..| 8 i ... I T " ' . ,: t i , . .....Y.' ^. ' '... . " White Horse Road, Box Hill (OPPOSITE: TIlAM TIIl I N'UH), A.nd at Surrey Hills, and Caniboi rwell. .11, , f1111A l ant lil' H GO II A(ll IS M\l)1 10 O li W1i. COLIAl S115 C.\l lmlL11I Y Fl I'1T P. , .'Il.ls? , IlUSI11 RES, HIUS re. 77 e.co. -h1.. d lu, itr 1- iors i lioqogt, or I1 luL -'i ll foir ,,ei' The Milliners N. & L. .COLLINGS, *.1lc3e to tlintik, the l1,iedis of llox 1 lilt nt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

Local Nows. A comnplinentary concert andl ball is to be tendered to Mrs. limnber (nie Madano de ilelville) in tihe Recreation hall, Rtingwood, on Friday evening, the 11th of IJuly. A very attractive prograntine hal| beenr aranged. After the concert dancing wil beo kept up on. til nl early]p?ur in the ln orinU... S"Vo have receilved from aesers. Stillwell and Co. lBradshaw's Guide fur July. In this issue are given- railway time .tables:, cur, reeled to date, and tihe routes of all the tramn cars running to and from the suburbs. Attention is drawn to an entertainmnent to be given by the Lorgnette Dramatic Club, in the Rlecreation Hlall, Blackburn, onil Tuesday, July 8. Thie proceeds of this enlertainmnent will go to nid the club in defraying tihe heavy loss sustained by them at theuir last perform ance. A really tlrstelaess programme has been arranged, and we hope they will have a buniper house. The lohnemian Quadrille Club mneets for their fortnightly assembly this evening, when danc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 4 July 1890

TrHe principal topic of conversation throughout' tlh colony during tlhe week lias centred u1pon thle Railway Hill, which lias come in for a deal of adverse criticism. 'There can bo no disputing tile filut that there aro I number of lines included in tile inua sure which will never pay ; while lines have been omitted which would not only pay working expenses but would yield a large surplus for the State. One of these lines is tie one from llartwell 'ri' Tally-llo and llurwood to Black Flat. As we gave ia flll report of this line in our last issue, in which we showed that tl?lro were special reasons why tile lino should have hbeei in cluded in tlhe ill, there is no need to further comment upon it, further thin to state there is every likelihood of the igitation stucceeding in getting the line included in tlie hill. We ure glad to see that tlhe resident of Warrandyte have aide ailn attempt to got tle line continued from Don. caster to that place. That is anotlher line which should have...

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