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How to Catch Rats. [CORNHILL.] [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

How to Catch Rats. [Con x n , l.] The cunning of rats makes attempts to entclh them almost futile, their keenl scent recognising the place where a hnlld hals been, and wanrrlin theml to avoid so dangerous a locality. The use of gloves smeared with aniseed may lull the suspicions of the animal ; but traps will never be the neans of diminishing its numbers in plances where it has fairly established itself. Poisoned food as sannliemes resorted to whell trips are found to fail, bit its use cannot be re contnended, as dolleslti animals are likely to eat it; and besides this objee. (iott there is always the likelihood of rats, which have been tempted by it. crawling away to' someo inaccessible spot and dying there, to become a source of ven lmore serious annoyance dead thnil when alive. The beat course to take, when the extirumination of .a colonly of rats becomesa a nouoo'ilty?,in ,to oln ko thllell help to destroy one Ilnother ill tile following mannler':-A: ntlber of Inlls, iproportion...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Big Elephant Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Big Elophanti Yarns. .'The llondon ' UIraItthi " prillts ,?Onn' .IlolphantL and -croLudilo Iiletures olblni ned from a cortaini Major.(;inertl lobley, whol.bases them on nil " elephant ynarn," as li syles it, told hint by ono lIarcius wle w'as probably related to n celebraled (IerntIanl barlan naniaIedl l at lllchuisen.ll. Hlanrue told his tiIle. and it will be seen that there is a good denl of tail to it: r " Two ydlrs ago I i?ws on illooting expelition ll I ho hGanges, and on Ilie look'olLt for big ganme of any kind. One day I. cann noross the 'spoor' of a very )jig rogn elepllnt. As it was gettinl ihirl 1 intlutiecd to follow up hlie 'spoor inoil dga';: 'A ecordingly daylireak sawn rIle on tlle Irack, atilt soon I. caIIe to l large lank, anid Ithere I saw Iy friend havling i faroewell drink, mid the pilaish. ing ini hto water like an allninated hlny. slack. lie was fnr beyond range, and as there was littllu or ito cover near, I coull onlly w'natch anl wait. PLresently ohe moved o...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Iolanthe's Ironing. 'She's sprinklin' clocs, Agen to-morrow's i'nin'!' —James Rassell Lowell. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

olantho's Iroiling, SHithu's n'niii lilit' clots, •\gen tomlorruw's i'nin'!' -Jriie luissell lowerll. ]olhuluthe Gray was seated onil the etdge of thu kitch bt ilhie, in it sort of serio. coutiultitii ude. her yellow, liiiWy hnir U.shetd back front her forehead, Ier brows folded into curious lititl wriiihles in the shplil of Ilhe lotttr 'T. On the iloor Isidtl hel stlood ii lhaikct., higlh-healpd with sio'.-whiti clothels, fresh fromi tlhe Ines; (ho hlil stone lihearth i an covered with a row of solid. looking lllootlhigll-irons. * If over I wntliletl at faitry godlitt itelI' ihi my life, I ntinit ultt now,' said Miss t11'ty ily 'g tsillll ' wringing' Ih hands, \lhy, Iol. ai sad Polly lhilpein, sootlhingly, ' wiila's thu mlltllter ?' ' I'm ou trial,' shih Ioluntho, * ,trs. VWyldh li.itIts gone awalIy, aind left tme h do itihe week's iroinig. Anid I. don't knliow ninythinig more bout ironing thiin I dio iabout ithe (I reek grantiiar- ratherrlr Ilss I tlhink, for I diet titee lnnst?lr...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accident at Ringwood. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

AOoidont at Riligwood. A rather serious nccident happened It lingwood on Thursday afternoon to a man named Chamburs, residing at Clhaunber street, South Yarra. It appoear ho was sented on the top of a load of furniture, which hle as re Imovig, when flrolll ;somelll cause un-I explainud the horse shied and Cham?u burs was thrown under the wheel which passed over his log and broke it.. lie was conveyed to the Ringwood station and sent by the first irain to the Mel bourno lospital.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nelson's Capture of Le Genereux. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Nolon's Cap ituro of Le Gonoroux. Th'l dlck is hailed from alofl, anI a mnin-of.war rpltrlted -a lino.f-battle ship ppllnrrnlly, going Inrgtu oa thll shtr. botrd liuek. " Ah, ani enemy, Mr. SltineLs!". exclanimed Nelson. "I prnv Clol[ it inny lie Loito-oierciax. The siganil for it geiteral claulse, Sir Ed'nrd (tho Nelsoiiiiiiin proainiit'iinlion oir Sir .ldward, aiiiltlr.stel lo Sir adward lerry). Mlake lihe FloudruIynlit ly I" 'Th'uNorl litIIIlbr. InIId was now taking tlit Iltol, with tlio hiaslhip on iher luarlter. '"'linas will not do, Sir EIl'nrd!" cried Nel.un;; "it is cerlninly Ilo (ieterirosx, nilt to tay lhlishlip shla uni alone str rendllr. Sir ldt'nrt , wo muallst nldt shall aonl tlhe Nortlulll mbIrlald!' : ; IEvery effort w Is nllle, l nrsoli tells ats. " . will do thel utmost, any lord," nswteroed Silr Edwtlard lIerry,alld give the followiag order's: (let tim engi in to work to tIiu sails, liniiag blllls of water on ilto siltys, p)ipt lho lnian0ooks tldown, nlld clit 111...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boroondara Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 25. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Borooidara Council. 1 -0 MosuOAY, Auauwr 25. Present : Cr. Dillon, President (in the chair), Crs. Hlicks, Taylor, ' Day, Maling, Braim, Veear, Chlayton,.., and Swoeutuat. . CoilhAnntwstonci cth:L l.? Fronl Alice E. Crisp, asking for tineo to pay her rates. Received, and left in the hands of rato collector. From Samuel Wiley, calling atton. tion to the scandalous stato of the footpath on White horse road. Cr. Maling said this wasill analogous case to that of Mr. Ilurlcy. The mtud was all over the footpath, and caused great inconvenience to Mr. Wiley. Tl'Ihe footpath had been widetltd eight feet. lie moved that the overseer attend to it at once. 1ie said that instructions had been given at tl!hulast nmeeting, but they had not be1en carried out. Cr. Ilicks seconded the motion, and said it was it great shame tihat the instructions given by the' couliil huld not been attended to. (Jr. Taylor asked the Clerk of Works how it was that the instructions of the council had not been carried out...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES OF THE BLCKBURN C.C. FOR THE SEASON 1889.0. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

1IATTIXO "%Nti IOWItNfl AXYKIIACH OF TItI U,,cnsullv, C.C. I011 TOln Sa~son 1881)·0. N.\ rH. ýti ° ' ý9e fý 5' R. Suoosby -. .1 110 7 101' 1102 1)1'2 It. Park ..I 211 1) 7t (11132'0 1. J. (onIer. I. t - I 8 - :18 212 11. Venttiwt ..1 1' 2 12 ii; ItO11 8. (rninon 11 (112 1t I t2 l1. llubwrta , 3 1 1(1 22 1 J. .1. dltinahan 18 I28 1 1 I 01'18 (1. Ch~arge 25 1 t10' 2:13 10'1 J.1 11. (t'Coinb 21) 1 33 17(1 1.2 1:. J. O'Kiefe.'. 1.2 1 2:1 11tO 11' T1. Qoarterrttnt 18 2 411 8:1 7.818 I). Miritwlln . 2) . 2(0 122 7(1284 .. J. Sneeaby 21 0ii 10 ;il 61 21. W. Porry ..1 20 A 10 147 18 F. Skor1u 1. 7 1 17 061 (1 'Not ouit. .0 m 8. 8iwcsby .20lO, 8 PI1I 15 171 617 i 2 11. Park . . 1:653 112; -if-, no 9n I It. 1. (It itr. . 10 40 81 7 *I .1. 11. tiI'Comib *I:Ifll 2211J 12 2 I II 1(1 F. J. O'Kcfu. . ;I:II tI H) 7 1i5 WO·U 1). M1.c~llnu 160( 1~5 2 9 15.7 .1. J1. MIinalaIII0l ; 101, lt) 1 '37.3 0. ChnrIo 171I7 ) HI 1 I *175 K. W. lnrry" .. 19 0 21 1 20.0 II. Y'eatIoII . 7`0212 2 210.1

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

J, McGIONEx.. . Ilouse, Land and lataie Agency, MAIN lOADl, MITCITAM. Iii ryl~oIAJUTyý,l! 4'tfii4'1egotiated oil - shortest no. JOHN GRAY, or First-class Boots Y1 Llg (.l ps. UNION ROAD, SURREY HILLS Order Work promptly attended to My Motto ".mtall profits and quick rctrn. Tho Hawthorn Livory Stables OOLDINO'S ALTLi G(iOLDIN(i F. A. DOWDNEY, Proprietor Iores and 'rraps lent on hire. Speial attiention given to horses at livery. horses and Vehicles lought, Sold oI chang'ed, • - SIorses brokeu to saddle or harnts. T1 CAMI \\.iWELT, M?\Tr 8UPL Ilavo opened premises at MiBERWiWETi T ROA D. hre thEI In~Td F l ]elo 0 \1'hro .tl)'h/iýtdul ?9'?,I)I)th?'h' matnusi with best tucal at low prices. R. Sinmkin, AT.,TEN STIW':ET' ,,LAUNI)I. .\'U hlTN. All kinds of lundry work done. A r luction 11ult to families. Furni ad tinware rltaired. Scissors nl ices ground. Umbrellas jie W. Macklin, oGeneral Grocer. Te' 1ih aler, ., ALANY CllECEINT. HUIlIEY IllS, T''obacco aind Cigars. ' inware, .1lrushware, ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Insanitary Condition of Camberwell. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Insanitary Codition of Canmbeor well. At thi meeting of the Iloroondara Council oil Monday night the inspector submitted a 'eoportyl which tllowed most conclusively tlat i It alllplbr of places in CaUmbeirwoe ?were in IIa ost in sta!)itiFy i li)d filthy; (cquditionu : For obvious reasoIl# wei) shall not mention tie nimes of' theo pallrti? or the properties referred to. If we weoro to do sq tlleo would be ta tast dimlinttion in a ishort time in the population Iof tl!nt sllilrious silbtlr'b. As the report wals bein~g read some of the councillors fotlud it is much asIL 'tlhey coqld do to rotilill tlloi seifts, ''lho inspector, ill his report;? ost e , iinitely ' dtailed room after liooli wiliqlh he inspected, Iln 0110 comiprtmIet tlheroq was a " musty " :li(d l 1wh11olson1 1 simell ;'in another roo1m the walls were so damp that the water soaked through them, andll on taking up a board il this room and removing somlle of the earth the smell ý was allost ilboarablb.' An inspection was th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Blackburn Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Blackburn Cricket Club. U- [1v irxt: or tatti..] Thu performances of the above club dur. ing the last :cason has been remarkably ood,. Taken collectively and individually I think they are very little inferior to any junior club playing last season. The nuIn ber of runs to their credit was t llt, with a total sdored in mnattches against thesli of 2151. The highest score of the Blackburn club in ' mnatch was 257 runs for the loss of nine wickets, and their lowest 85H; on the other hand the highest numllber scored - against them was .l.1 rulls for the loss of two wickets, land the lowest, one run, a feat, I believe, only once before accomplished. In the batting li. nlesby comes to the fore with the, splendid average of :3.2 per in. nings, II, Park next with a line average of 82.03 per innings, and Mr. (unner with 111.081. In the'bowling 8. Sncesby is again to the fore awith an average of 15.1i for 176 woicets. Park howled first-class all through thi season, but not with the success he ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

THE " REPORTER." Ahhl KINDS O! TiHE ONLY LOCAL, .10 PU INTINA1, In t1his District, EVEIIY FiRlIDAY,' Atwl Contains FULL.j itlOliTS Of all the LOCAL COUNCILS.. 31013 PRINTING 1Don0 on the MOSTI.' IIABSONAIII, TEltiMS. " OI'T-On Ipringliel.roaual, fox terrier .. dol; tan markings. Detainer pro. sceoted. lHoward ol delivering same to Mr. Jose. IRONMONGERY ! IRONMONGERY ! Startling Announcemont! 1REMOVAlh IN'L'O NEW 1PR IEMISES SN I,:? ON ,,& CO., - U N 10N - 10A D, SUI{ I{ I",Y ILL l S, 13iEG to thank the public for the Liberal Sltpport hitherto acecorded then antil ho1e, by retailing the best of articlets, to merit a continu. ltnce of the same. Their Stock has been largely increased in order to cope with thu increasing dnu011d. There il no iced now for people to rnm to town?, its they canll urI'hllusll cheaper andlt butter articles in our new shoop: Attention is directed to ,th following articles' : Ovens, Grates, Mnantlpieces, Coppers, ]rnuslIware, LaIIIpwa're, 'Pailnts, Oils...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A "Jerrymy Diddler." "Truth is stranger than fiction." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

A " Jerrymy Diddlor." ,Truth is stranger than fiction." A r dou~d case occurred in Blox hill which would make a good subject for a novel if it were handled by . such ief?llas Captain Marryat, D)ickens or Anthony Trollope ! , / Not many months . ago a young fellow'look u lhils residlince inn ]3bx Iill. For, the first few monthI he .was muit?s unsteitatious 'ind unHasSuut itig in his manner and character; butt tin h1 began to feel his way lie gradel ally catln out of. lihis. shell. 110 beganl tbo:uuli ul frculy w?vitlh thos` who were better bred tihan he was, but who had not souiuelhdliplomaey in their nature, :alnd thl eoiin Botoii?ct iwva thit? he soon had the mastery over his companions. Wh'len the acquanintance, had riptud iito ' fiabidshil, this yotungliman, whlo irhad ',very ' littli: ihonesty in his ,1naturo, riand was utterly devoid of' priiiciple, made dopes of Jun companions. lie wai , like the leading character which is so ably sketched by Captain' Marryat in his interestin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Gas Works. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Box Hill Gas Works. Our readers will be glad to learn tat the tox Hill (ains Works will not it ally way b affeeted by the strike. The stokers employed here are perfectly satislled with the treat meit they are receivinlg from their etihployers aId intend to stick to them through thick aId thin. The manager, M)r. Dunderdalo, tas informled our represenitative that lie haIn ls]icient coal oil hIandil to last for four or live wetks, atonld shouldl the strike not li settled at the expiration of that tihme io will be able to get a fresh supply from linlis. dale. This gentleman is ailso of opinion thait ie stokers who have gone out on strike from le Metropolitan Works have done a foolish thing, as their lpiaces can readily be filled up. Ay Iimant why9 lihas the requisite strength call o the work of a stoker iafter receiving oneis r two lessons. All lthat it requlires, aecordlim to Mr. undlerdale, is " elelphilntio strength ain donkey skill." lIt is of opinioni that he ouhl tmake umen dio th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. CAMBERWELL V. MARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Football. --:o:- CA3IlEU ELT V. MAIILTON. This match was played onil the ground of the former on Saturday, whenl a good game was playedl. Mr. Tlloni s Mackio acted as central umpire, his ilecisions tlhroughout were very fair, and did his his best to please both plides. Wihenl he saw any pushing from belhind he made it a rule to give a free kick, and this had tlia effett of making the jplayers adhere to the rules of the gamie. Although the visitors were defealted they played remarkably well, arln at timles did soHue good work: buLt the steadly and sure imarking'lof the Camnberwell was too sluchl for them. Thei ,local team had the kick-off, and tutited the balllln tlhe direction of the western goal posts. As soon as tlhe leather was ast in motion the Camberwell repro. sentatives carried it well forward, and it looked as though they were going to run rings rounld their opponents. (Geddes, who was ably assisted thby two ilnckhouses and Stephens, forced the ball well in front of the post...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Peculiar Find. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

A. Peculiar Flind.--t In eonteetliii with the murder of the man AL t)onald (says the Swnn 11ill " (itnrdinn ") a rathler oxtraordilnry coincidence has occurred. About three years ago an accident hap. pened to n bargo of the ('131d1 it few miles abovo Swan lill. The seamner and barge were on Itheir way front Mou. Inmlein to Eobhucn, Captain Wilsoni in charge, antd nmongst, othter tllintts that were lost from tlihe barge during the necident was a box, the properly of Air. t''Venn, of Moulamtnein station, conitanin ing a lot tof house linen anld n vit lble silver salver, worth about ?14), ibcnriltg the following inscripltion :-" LPresented by the I)eniliquin Pastornt and Agricultur?a ouciety, INNS. Sociely's prize for tlte best fire merino ewes. Ar..1. .1. Dick sin's prizte for the best live lterino riinas,, tWoou by .1ohtn tM'Vean, orAl o nouhtuei statnlioni.' ?eat regrct was expressed by Mlr. .\'\Veia at the lime nt thlie loss of sthiqch vqlb ghlo Itlophy. Ile is said to have ,l?tat ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNION JACK V. CLAREMONT 2ND 20. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

UNION JACK V. CLAItE.IIONT '.sl 20. This match was played on Saturday, and after a very close game resulted in a draw, the scores being :-Union .lack, 2 goals 12 behinds; Claremonl, 2 goals (one di$pited) 1 behinds. T. Hodges and J. Ilarton kicked the goals for the J.lacks. Aspinall, Bright, S. Blnckburne, Luke, lanrrett, and tle goal. kickers played well for the Jacks.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Councoil Advortisomnonts. SII1RE OF NUNAWAl)INiN. Shiro Hall, Box lill, . 250h Augustl, 1811 -; IN compliance with tlto requost of the Commnitteeo, I hereby conveno a PUItIIC MEIETI1NG to be hold atlthe4!hliro llall Bo1lx ]ill, on \1'EDNEM DAl4I t ?E 'h? ElR 18iTI, at 8 p.m,. "To roceivo ,report of Commnittoo nppoin ted' to -consider- tho estnblishment-of cohanpio~s' Initituto antl Froo,I4ibrary at (Box lIill,'l ndi to deoal'. ith the °-" .'"JAMES PE PIEIL I,. . ... .x- ... President, ,:ON'1ILY SALE. AWEDNESDAY, SEPT'li$E1t :1OTu. iravolor1I ;Ros at Hotol, l31iobbnru , ESSils, JONES wuIlw,. C. W|.'11 Sl:.:hold their usual Monthly Sal "'of Cattle, Horses, Plig, Ioultlry, and nlldrios as abovo; .nlo at 2 o'clock:i; Spriigera; MIilki?s, Yotll Stook, Ilorsea, Vehicles and soltdries. Entries clin be made up to the tintu'of onlo at the Travellers' Rest llotel,. . . 1. .10NES, Auctionter, II.A.C.1i.S. St. Bridget's Branch, :No. 17?i(l. TILE ANNIVEilSARlY B13ALL Of the ablovo, llraiioh .wil...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

1 :11 m It I, ~i~D 1~IX · ' ,+`ti 2 tl URT N '.ND;KN X " · Ii 'CAI II lIJI L) I>sJ. $ H: .1CARRIAGE - BUILDERS,, SBurwood Road, Hawthorn.;;; )' ' ighost Awnurds DVLclbomnno Coitcnuial nind Adolaido ,Exhibitions; 3 First Awards nud 1 Scoond at-tho into Natiou '';i· Agricultiuali Socioty +ý Shopw, ti'"r4,,t1 .'! } 4 i 1 Al 11 ,. WhitE Horse Road, Boi, HUi"'rif ·;iAnd a~t; Surrey ~Hills and Cannbei'woiill'": '.(1 a,,!~t .. i___ _ l '.I I i Ii ,1l,;t ~ t~l t^..- CAi1IUL j Fi~ r. "' ! Fl) $ .ntll Vi 1114S i tI, .WC5,&,,'i. 1 2 311 'ait, rli uiairia aI · is ;1 ' . ' ( 1 1 I ,77, b,$io~ 1cotd, hind' lliriau 5 1 oulgh~t +or l' clim~iN&I foe ow ,' STA MION S~il liners Ilo ,HIL N`.&° O8 " lO L IJOLINGS, Peet; 'tIa t ,, 1.II laik 'o }1l 11111 nod iorroioadidin ilisttiotJ for ihair 144t lantronlno, aua&J:h'airo: to;inforto i ltho thani tl oy lia'o opvin.'d n moat dfrctive aaaaorlt.lot of .., ArUT!UMtN.II & WiNT1 'R UUUI)~ Oot prigiog Ililliarry inlho i...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

Loca News. T'lhe allinual tlutinlu( of thu tHurrey Ilills Cricket Club will be held tlhi evening iat H p.m. i 'theu lRecrretlion iiaill, ?i.rry Il ills. Tlilu nnual lam ii ,?Oli fin the Mitlolml Cricket Clui will be ihold on Snaturday eveu ifig ait t iui Hserve lltuel ait o'clock. WVu regr'et to state that ,hlieckei pox has ninde its aippiearaiico in Harrey Hills. We hlavoi been infornedi tihilt the disieso. lian broken' out in tiue ftiily of Mr. iliivke,"who hail threl of Ilis chlildlre laid up with it. If this be triio, then strouniuols ionasuroes should bo tnken by lthi Local onard of llealthl in order to prIlever tlh disease from spreading. Hulch nl opideniinio il our tildst would atllnoit be as baid as an uitibrank of isnall pox, in cooniminrlso withl whichll tl strike now ran ý ig NH' ijd bqe filA.. rouaon to feel nilnoyed and alarimed at the action of tlhe handl of thle 'olicu Departilment ill loving tlel district wilihout any police protection, , Tho polico slationed at Surr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

As a rule, the greater always absorbs the less, I 1This in :tlh esse. with ll t present 'libor difllcullty . A' I WvLks ago there was a great cry over the unnemployed, who weroe loid inl their demands for w Nork. Now we hear no thing of tlhe unemiployed, whoso claim, if they hald any, has been swallowed Iup in thl ostrike which is now raging between tlh Trades' lill Council and thle shli owileris l Tie proesit dispute bet\een Labor and Capital bids fair to be one of tile most disastrous in its ellects thlit lhas ever taken planqt iitl hohiutoy',of, the Australian uoiiles ,, 11 aros in a very simnple manner, and the object ill dispute was only it trilling one. Snld mloroe wisdomi and foresight, comn bined with 1a little give and tako on both sides, we should ncver have heard a single word about the present ,unpleiasint, u iimitisfiictory, anid dis giaceful :ntate, of Taffairs. ''Thalt a deadlock lshould tako place' betwoen Labor nnd Capitil, seeomsu to ,the re-, fleuting, iirinilto b...

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