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THE STORY-TELLER. "FLOATING A LOAN." CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

THE STORY-TELLER. " FLOA'I'IG A: LOAN." Ct'?,Trn II. A very keen, hard.lhaded, loud.voiced ma.stertul sean this massive Iliuncier, his hand against every man and every man's hand against his; not very choice in his diction and uncomlornnising in- hisa hate a lman born to lead an army if the necessity arose; a man whose " I will " was his one article of faith. "When did you dline last?" lt now asked abruptly, pausing with the poker in his hand and his back half-turned to his visitor. Sthinge to say, this blunt inquiry seeoued to have little or no rudeness in it cominig fri nt the big, masterful being on the hearth-rug. "I have forgotton," replied the poor fellow slowly. Sllhunph I You're a pretty pronmising sort of follow to be rnning about Ior iowing money. Why, there isn't a inii in this city who'd lend you sixpenic. )Don't you know that? WVhat's your inae?" , Felix Vane." " What are you ?" "An author-n'playwright, sir." "Iang me if I didn't think so I" cried Ilob Mlillington, thro...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

FOOTBALL. ,AMI1s1tl.\ LL.: V. ]31II['T'ON. On Saturday laust tho Cnnaborwoll tauii of footb;allers nitthu lrighton on thu ground of tho foimor, vwhen ai very good gameo was witnessed by about 600 spec tators. Both teams woro' in good coun. dition, inutfrom sfart to finish the game Iwas ai very Lfast olno, andl we aro glad to say tihat the visitors plhyed in a manly style, and wits qulito a treat to witness front. the match on th previous S:itIrday, 1 wheo tho Caimberwell teant mtic the tasu Ilihmolnd. Tihe local men had the kick off, and as soon its the ball was not in motion the t usslo commencend in real oearnest. Ti second kick Irooght; the leather well 2up oi0 to the territory of tho local goal, when the visitors entered thu iruck and succeedeod in getting lithe hall out of danger. 'Th'e leather was Illten en2shed atlong the south wing, iand got into a favorable position for the viosit)trs, bnut, it was ngai ( carried down the incline of the south wing. At this staugo of the gam...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Nunawading Shire. MR. DALEY AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Nunawaditlg Shire. ll. 1DAhl':Y AT MUlJtIMlY IIITS. Mr. .1. 11. hDaley, uom of to- cailidateo for the Clentro IHlidiii 6f hli Nunowading Council; addresoed ait me'tiig of -the rate. payers in the Rlecreation Ialil, lHurrey Hills, on Thursiday evening. There wats ta lair attendance. or. W'. Elliniigworth was voted to the chair. '['he candidate, on rising, was well re coivoed, lie would be is- biefl as he could. Rliring the timie he had resided in the die. trict he had always taken a lively interet in all matters afleeting the well being of the shire. ILis occupation athorded him an excelleniiit opportunity of seeilng what was watieid in thie shire. As lie had been slle. costfl in his busilosi , lie colnsitdered thil t fair criterion that lie was able to look after the aitTairs of other people, with similar results. 1le dit not thlink that it was nloessi'ly for ia itian to have retired frlont husincss before Ie oltiord himself for election as a eandlidate for muni...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEPUTATIONS. L. L. VALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

DEPUTATIONS. SL, L. V.u.: PoUar Oiwic,:. A deputation from the Nunawading C(ouncil, consisting of the President (Cr. Bishop), Cr. lawlings, and J. 11. Taylor, shiro secretary, was introduced to the Postmaster Goneral yesterday by Mr. John Keys, M.L.A., for the purposo of getting the name of the [l. L. Valo Post Oflico alteored to that of Vermont. The President stated that grOat ineonvenienCO and uannoyance Was caused to the residents owing to the fact that the .district went under threo namnes, viz., LI. L. Vale, Mount Pleasant and Vormont. The residents had agreed that the namo by which the district should be known was " Vermont," and, if tho Postmastor Goneral could seeoo his way to change the name of the L. L. Post 01lico to that of Vormont ho would bd confer ring a great boon upon them. The Ministor considored that at good case had boeen made out, and he would soo that the roequost was com pliud with. 'lThe Minister for Lands was waited upon yesterday by the following gen tlemen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. S. ASPINALL AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

M?It. S. ASPINALL AT'. TiHEi' TI?IM.PE, AN0 CE 1.ALL. Mr. S. Aspinall aiddtesecd a largo number of the ratelpayera at the abovo lhail on Thursc. day evening lout. Mr. 0. -dIlackburnu occupied the chair. The candidaitj was well. received. lle addreouoed thooc lpre?cnt at lengthl lie considered there lshould be more lamps -?crcted in the shiroe. That there should be a water supply agittated. for at once, the reservoir to bo situated at Mitchamn. Ilo was not in favour of an allowince to the president, and Ihe believed lioved thiat none had been accepted during the past yearu'. lHe (thei candidate) had no axe to grind, His only de?reo was to servo the ratupayers., And, if retu ?oed, he would do his very boat to carry, out the promises made by hiiit during tiw election. The following q ueationa were then put; iRatepayer: What is your opiniozi about cattlo being allowed to strlay on public roads.. - Candidate: lie believed the oonucil had tho matter in hand with a violtvyf securing land f...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUGUST ELECTIONS. JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

THIE AUGUST ELECTIONS. J UST' Ill~l'tl4, THi,1 ]ATT.I1,',. Durilng the last few weeks the vnirious cau didates who hzave been wooiing the suflfrages of the ratepaycrs have beon natively etnlgaged ill ctanllusslg the district, and no stone him burn left unturnedl that was likely to reunlt in their return. We lhimo stdiously avoided taking sides in any of the contests, as we hold to the opinion that the ratepayer ar. quitu competent to weigh the respeoutire nerits of the calndidates and to arrive at a fair conclu sion. The councillors have to represent the ratelpayers, and not u, antd it is for them to decide who in the lustL fit and proper to do so, and this, we believe, they lare competent to do without being advised by ts. W\\' have edeavoured to give fair play to all the gen tleln who are culitetiltg the presenlt clee tion, and our columns have beeu thrown open to them, andt we are glad to sco that somIt of the eandidatel have taloken advlantago of thil privilege. We havu reported...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

SURREY HELLS. [FroOM OUR OW1 X.OtIR |luPONIII'NT. 1 regret lhaviing to reorld the 111 death of Ono0 of nu respected ltownslilel, vie.. Dl. Thomas Viears Foute, .1. P'. 'ThiidLee:iased gelilhlnian , load heei sltlerinig from puilt lfor soia 11 lle pati.i, lbut was lnot conl1ned to ihiu, nd was able to be about. llow. ever, hio took ii had turn on Sundiay after. n11011 last; Uir. Stock was iinediately sent for, but lbeforo lie arrived dleceased had 1expired, ldeaiith being i eiiised?li through the golt rtieaching tlihe hoirt. Muclh 3syli lpaithy is felt for theo bereiaved widow. 11 r. Fuolte was lilt old to1 lniist, irivl' i?g hero aIbout 10 ye.rs l go. le resided fortl mIaiiy years in South \lelbourne, andii hlias lil led several publio positlions, beiing chair. ia1111 of the blench for several years, an? d after his reniiioyail to this distriet hlie sat on thlie lteiiech ait lIlux i1111i. ir. Foote was hin'ed in the old conie tlry. alelbouinie. yestierdily, the funeral tlivig largel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROONDARA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

IIOIOONDAtIA SIIIRE. In consiequenco of th lIloroondartt Council havitng passed a?t motion fotmintng the shiro into riings, all thi coounillors have had to retire and seeack ro-elcttion. lFor the Contre riding the old countcillor' (Mesors Taylor and Sweetnamttt) aro agaitn standing, and as threed councillors have to be rturtnned for this riding they have coalescod with Mr. C." M'Jowtll, and tihe three are ruttnnitng to gther. All the ?eutntlienun tare well-known to the ratepayers.,. They ire opposed by Mr. Claytont; at gentlemtnt who is coitsidered a inastoir and an authority on tunicipal maztters. 'The contest, hi all protbability, will be a closc one, atll the ctandidtates having a latgo?following, atnd being ,o well knowttn and highly rAspectod. 1or the oNorth riding tileo thre?o retiring otttcilloi'n, vt.. Meore. Dhaty, MaDittling, tntd Ilick,tt are seeking re-electiotn, attit?a it is owing to all optionln vote which they gavu in forminig the shire into ridingi which brings thoa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 2ND AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

BOX HILL POLICE COURT. ro.,--to.: A----o,. RtoDty, '!Nu Auntvwr, Mr. \Vnt. Ellingworth, J.P'., in thn ehair supported by Mesrs. Our ide, lllanksby Wuettherly and lsihop. A.sti'.iT ?\tI oitnnI:nv. Alexander Cthristi was chlarg~dt with steal ing half a bottle of wthi?koy and ta glass, the property of William ]tepan, lieensou of the Itill HIotel, litclianm, on the 9th ,luitly. lie was also charged with a:sa ulting tarah Smith at the same time. William Ietgan, licenseo of the lHill lintel, tlitchant, deposed that on Monday after noon, 20tth init., the prisotner e?tered his hotel and asked him to st tle all account atOnr:tingl to 10s. The witness went into another room to got ttangeo, andi when he returned he saw the lprimtoner ptting half a hottlo of whiskey in his pocket. Witness told him to put theltt whistkoy back again as i, wao his prolperty. The prisoneltr theon but came ti very' abhusive, nsd got over thei counter antd assauttlted the bamnuaid. The pIrisoner used very had hlatgua...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLEEN SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

1 tilHfJ1,h .N HI ilt1H. The contest in this slhiroe i etautitug ai delnt of xcitenllOlt, and., ait it well known, a lot of prtional fteeling is Itniftested. There aret two Siectionst in this council who do not wort: for the advantage of the ratpayer, tandl it t. to be hoped thatt the r1uonitL of to-day's elehtiln will bring about :ti idultry chango in their pterwoaterl of thiii council. Cr. Putty, who hla?t ?itn in the conneil for it Iltltber of years, lihats dlded nlot to seek re-lection. For the t;:: ;. t 1)ONO S'TElsI IllNG. Mr. I:1win Lanwfard, a gothtleman, who in making hid maiden :pe??l?:h did n:o ill eltc t credtittIable atonnr that hI1 jInt have gtinued oven the oesteem niUd goiodwill of his op poentuls. lie is opposed biiy c equgo illor m1odley, wh is so well knowl ih ..th shb*.. that w have iti no ocenoloi to refer to hi nt. Should Mr. ?timdly he returnedt we hopo hlie will have iilicieitnt good sense to act iand think' for himiself and not ioploseo imeasttres brought fo...

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COUNCIL NEWS. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. -"-0:- NUNAW\AI)LNtii uoUtJNCIr. M oil0N . . ? l', 4'r 5 rit. Preseit- Cr. Bishop. presitleit (in the chair), and U's. ,forton`, Rlawulnigs, M1'Arthur, llouhlly, .1 haLtghton, ,ild 1l lingworth. C~ounlsp'oo On.m~: From the Mnicipal Associl in) of Victoria, asking the council to forward any motions adrpled to the gronp nmlet iug in September next. IlRceived. Srout the couneil's solicitor, forweard ing a letter whichi he had received fromi Mrs. Kelly re the water lying ont hter land. She stated that the water hadl never rait in the dihietiou .ii which the couniel wanted to take it. A M1r. Ore. from lwhomu she had bIIought the Iland, ihad told her thait lie ihad had it law suit with the counlcil lii years ago, iid thlat he had coimpelled the coutlil to alter hlth colurse of draia?ge. Mlrs. Kelly assertedl Ithal l the eouieil had put down tpipes and had laken them uli againi. T'welyve yetls hid ltraispired since she had givent iolico to the council about the dlainiage. Ier...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT MITCHAM. A LABOURER CRUSHED BY A TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT MITCHAM. A LABOURER CRUSHIID BY A TRUOK. Aun accident, resulting in the serious injury of a labourer named Guorgu ioarno, occurrod oin Thliursday afterunoon at Mitohain. I earno, who.is 37 years of ago, haIs boon fur .sono conuidorablo tino in thu employof the M?et. ropolitan Brick Company, who carry on ox tonsiva works neaor the Mitoham railway station, and wt? s considhlorod one of their steadicet and Inca: reliable m--n. On Thurm da'y I furnio, with ia nmnbor of other Inhouirorl, was employed in loading bricks into trucuks at the railway siding attached to the works. lheforo the dinner hour all tho loaded truckl wro puished away from the platform, and wihe work was rlcollulncedl other trutlks lhal to I senolt down to the plaltforn to be loald0. I[earlnlo wl l Standing onl the line, in readiness to put on the brake, ans tho truck camio up to the platform, tind it wo in pursu)it of this duty that ho meiut with the accident. It 0m huanp?,id that the lr?t truck wa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

ADVER'ITISEIIS' DIRECTORY.. UndelLr thiti headinI1 in izisoarti, freo of nhorgo, the name andadlodress of every Olno advrtisingi regulal~rly ini our col 11110e. Any ulventistr Whose 118111inity have heei tmnitte~l is ieqlunnto.1 to eo1nuitiimele fl~ it the office. Aiehit.elt- (1. V. lllackhuiiie, l1:1x Hll. Auctionecrs lhmiolhy and Curtain, Mlitcho'n. .1. A. llo~~ir, ltatimn-lrect, Ilox h1ill. A. Lawonu, W~hile1k ilre Rload, Box hlill. Mens. 'l'ulbini, \Vlhitu liI. no liod, hllwhyn. Emmglm:.lm, S'ottish omimi Australian Choirteirrd Melbourne .Savings flank, John Alnoli, Acloory. (lees' Suipply Company Sntalloir and AudIe, Fort ?.e.humrne. Blacksmei~thlmol Wheerlwrighli - Bloardinghouse A. .1. Irewin, Caiiterlury Rdi., Surrey Villa. Inililtro OldeConlocon 'A'. lianniord, Stati~on Sticni. B~ox 11111. P'. Vlih0on, Imlank Shunt, 10W thou. .1. l)1.ly 11 1'.1S~t Surat BVhil 110 1101 \'P. 'Jnek, Statio Stoeet, Boxi 111ll. NVl. Wiliam., Dak ' secixhil o1 ~lh itSorlme Duhite thormey head 11 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

TAILORING I TAILORIING I To all wlviom it may ooncorn.--GE.O.- I. DOERIY, Surrey Hills, has had an all round toestimony fromt his numerous cullatomers in thie abovo depurtment that for FrT, rYLvn, and nic':, "ho' CANNOT -N M? EATEIN in the city. G. II. D. can maklce a suit for much los, but has groat pleasure in recommnonding his Geolong Twoeod Suits at 00/- 11o has over ?:,200 patterns to ohooso from. [Auvr.) SI[PORTANT NOT2ICE. E. N. WHITE& CO. Drapers, Hosiers, Outfitters, etc., ?1 ESIRE to intimate to the ro'sidonts of . Box Hill andm the surrounding D)istrict that they- will open the P'remises in Station-stroeet (lately occupied by W.. PP.Morri? and Co.), ON SATU?.JRDAY NEXT, THIE 10Th INST., With at Comploto and - Well-a-isortod Stock of DRAPERY, CLOTHING. ETC., And trust that by paying strict attention to business and tlhe wants of the Publio generally, and by supplying a lirst-class articlo at it Iu?.?SONAiti. PRLliE, to inorit at share of their. patronage. E. N. W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

BURTON :AND KNOX, ESTA?LISHIIID 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, • .UINR V OOD ROAD, I-IA?T1V "I-TORN. IIIGUIIEST AWARDS EEIAOUIINE CENTENNIAL AND ADELAIDE EXIHIBITIONS. yCnraO lI ý . I ¶. f1ig, tq., Instoock and' built t:ord~r ý EIIAIRS AND RENOVATINGI. GUARANTEE ALL W'ORIK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. SIILLINERY AND DIRIAPERY i.STAl|?SIHMEl T. STATION S?rltFT, BOX HILL. The Ladies of 1lox Hill and Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid 'Assortment of MILLINERY IN- TillE NEWEST STYLEb. Also, Gloves, Hlosiery, Wools, Stationery, and Fancy Goods. L.si OeNars Kn ULOVt5 A SPECctALITYT. ..i Aspinall & McMurdie, I1OUSR, LAND t EST4ATE A(IENTS, oaRNmI OF STATION & RUTLAND STS. EBOX HILL. LOCAL A(IENTS FOII l'ictria Inuranncc Company Limited. aelbourne Permanent Bluilding Society. .teul T.(le .ia.ssur,atwue Cwim?lany, Ltd. Trustees, Excutors d Agency Co., Ltd. SAUCTION SALES ARRANGED FOR. W. BRETHERTON, STATION SrTnttEr, Box Il...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

SLOCAL NEWS. We woutihd direct the attention of our readers to a very attractive list of prices of Mess e. win. Langford and Co., drapers, Rich. nitlnd, whislh will bu found in oui present issue. They iannounce furthetr reductions for ont uonth only, and they asnsre the public that it is lbetter cveni to sell at thous reilduced prices to imakl e room for large supplies of new spring goods shortly to arrive. The powers that be ihave taido lan attempt to renovate and improveo the Court I [oluse. A number of ventillatur lhave levi pult in the westlern wall in order to let in so?mn fresh air, and Ithe well lhas been re?tented ion the outsiide, for the purpoose, we ipreui?e, of ipre ventling the damp from striking thl li; ?htii wall. hut, strange to say, the Ylict l:hey r the very Opposite of thit, and the watler which was previ?usly in the wall lhas forced Iti woy, through the ventillators, ant the consu?iuenee is that tihe inside of the buiild in t is more iunwholesoime andl diuiipeor ...

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GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

GOOD NEWS. WE have been informed on the very best authority that theor are good timos in storo for the colony generally, andthis district in particular. What wo arc about to state we fool certain will bo road with intense intoeost hy all sections of the eommunity, and more especially by those who are on. gaged in htlo land business. Almost overy one knows, who has any intelli gecno at all, that ,nmoney. has been increasing at an enormous rato at homo, and English capitalists cannot find a profitable outlet for their monoy in England. Allairs on thle Continent are not in a roussuring condition, henco capitalists aro compollod to turn their attbntion to the antipodos, whoro they can securo good security and a pro. ittable investment for their capital. Though we aro beginning to raiseo an army, and the English Goveriinmon.t is going to send us a floot of war vossels, thoro is not much chance of .Australia ovor being engaged in aotual warfaro. Whileo ritannia rules the waves we can rost...

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Boroondara Shire. CRS. DAY, MALING, AND HICKS AT SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

Boroondara Shire. CRS. DAY, MALING, AND HICKS AT SURREY HILLS. Crs. Day, Maling, and Hicks, the sitting councillors in the lloroondaran Cootuncil, addressed ta moeeting of the rtupayersI at the Recreation Ihaull, Surrey Hills, on Friday night. 'there was a ;ood attendance. Mr. Jobbins wh elected to the echir, and asked the meeting to aeord the candidate it fair hearing. Or. Day calld he appeared hbefore thutl an one of their retutrning eoneillori in order to seek re-lectlon, as the time for which he had b?ort elected had expired by uclitxion of Beho. It was. dilferent, however, with his colleagues, Crs. Maling and Ilicl:s, who had to seetk re-election in conselquence of tilt, shiro being formed into ridings. The tonteil wat of opinion that it was in the uterust of thle shire to make this altetration. The councillors had, one and niall, voted for it, though, int doing so, actbral of the councillors ihad recorded their vote ntgainst their own intereut. In future .they would be represe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

Special Advertisements. STIIRE OF NUNAWADING. NORTHI RIDING. VOTE FOR S. ASPINALL Who is in favour of Progressive Measures and fair play to all parts of the Riding. SHIRE OF NUNAWADINO. CEI.NTlE RIDING. VOTE FOR J. R. DAL4EX, AND TIAE A ILREPRESENTATIVR for the Wl110?1 OF. THE RIDING. Polling Day: TIIURfSDAY, AUGUST 8, Fnos 8 A.M. to '1 rm. SIIIRE OF NUNAWADING. CENTRE RIDING. --lV'0 '1 FOR S. COOKE, OF SURIREY lHILLS, AND FAIR REPRESENTATION. O. THIURSDAY, AUGUST 8th, 8 a.m. to .1 p.m. Poxman P1'IAcrES-lecreation Hall, Surrey Hills; Old Shire Hall, LBox Hill; ;State School, Vermont. DIIOROONDARA COUNCIL ELECTION CENTRE RIDING. Polling Day-This Day. COUNCILLOIIS SWEE TNAM, TAYLOR, AND Mr C. McDOWALL fTIIE PEOPLE'S TRUE REPRESENTATIVES. VOTE FOR Taylor, Sweetnam, AND ..VIMcDowall. BOROONDAIhA COUNCIL ELECTION. CENTIRE RIDING. r llE Division of the Shire into Ridings necessitates the Election of Three Representatives front the Centre Riding, and as I understand that only two of the pr...

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MITCHAM QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 8 August 1889

MITCHAM QUADRILLE ASSEIIMBLY. 'T'he first meeting in connection with   the above was held at their hall on Thursday evening, Angast 1st. tIhe room was very tastefully decorated with ferns and abundance of wild flowers, etc.     There were about twenty couples present who danced the light fantastic to the sweet strains of the Magee's string band. The following is a description of a few of the dresses. Mrs. 'T'own was attired in navy blue, silk trirmmend, with blue and white velvet to match. Mrs. Donnelly looked very graeeful int black mervellieutx, relieved with natural flowers. Mrs. Gordon in black silk, relieved with white, looked very nice indeed. Th'e Mises McGlone and Miss   McConville also looked charming. If space permitted we would liko to giave a dosriplion of all the dresses, for. without exception, the ladies presented a very attraitive appearance., The assembly was brought to a close at twelve o'clock, after a most enjoy...

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