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"Reporter" Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 29 August 1890

" Reporter" Trophy. In order to encourage cricket in this district, the proprietors of this journal have dcided to give a trophy, to be played for by the clubs in the district. In ordrtl to decide upon what conditions tui-troh)y. w ill be coi. petcd for, ia meetlilng of tihe dUlegiates, two from each ctlub, will be heli at thi Railwhay Iiotel, ilox Iill, on Mollnday evelnitng, whenll all the details will bI arrtnged, it is to hto hopod, in a satisifalctory awner. T'lhe trolphy is now vetsted in the hands of the delegates, therefore, it is to bh hopicd that all the clubs in the district will be lrepresented.

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

Box Hill Cricket Club. The annual lueeting: of the liox 11ill Cricket Club was held in1 the lRecreation Hall on W'odcllday night, lthe '17th lnst; There was a large attendance. TIe clhair was occupied by Mr. Wn. Mender, Junr., one of the vice-presidents. In takitg the clhair, hlr. Meatihr said lie regrmetted thaLt thie 'resi dent of the club. Mr. Wia. i:lingworthl, was nlot present. lie was, however, pleased to sco s11clln Ia larg atltendance, anitd loped they would be able to got through the busiainess in n satisfactory Illulaner. lie thell called upion the secretary to read the mininutes. 'Whien they were conllirnled, th treasurer rand his luaneial statemnent, which showed the club to be in a very good position. After paying all demanids imade tt on the club for the year there wns a credit balance in hand Iamountiing to £'20. The report was received with acclamlation. The secretary (Mr. lou. Tootl) then read his report as follws;- (ientlelllne,-Once imiore I have to Iny li fore yo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPRESSING IT ON HIS MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

a l1Vil lSSI\K7, iPO N JL[IS a sieacd lcltlor; begin5i~g himn iiot to uponi it tillt tic got. to lhls tutii( off siiq. \ ucirh dit 'so,t ho, *rtiid IIIX I amp forced to tell you somiithinig tluit a (Moiou wil trouiblc you, hut i$ i4 lily dulty' to doe so. 1 1101 LO1'i~iriiVdlyill shall knuow it, let. tlio'rcstilt bo whist it nuiia'. It have )i ciowu f1or a wciek that it wans comning, but kept it to myself iiiit it to~daty;wlicu it lias reaclied at crisis and, 1 ciiiiiqt keep, it fili?", louigni. onut toatu riot ceiisii'roctohrlly fiui youiiiudt rics t the results !.isi s eLit llij', f fu { t~o lope it Iteº4 ru lt y sou.s" JI'ird Itdtricd the: palgll hiiu. hair slob a,' rising. .ýJ einot t`ou i, ow, l4'ii~ soiui this uftcrucoon, J;thlhidli'4 ih}ii4 y

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. UNION JACK V. Sr. COLOMBS AND CLAREMONT (COMBINED). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Footbafl. 011i *tSt JtIlt 13 ti~l 1++ilt. t brIghfol fi Ii Jil~ki 7 goeld Iii lob ilils ; Cullilhliell, lj 015111, a111.] 'rIhoilovy pilayed well for o A1 tennisij mitcli slini phleyl oil Si111itur y 'nod1 "the ihliiikliiiii 'Cl oal? ~lhe couiits of hlo latter. 'Flbt ..tiiiio remillted init vesry close linishl, thie l~lthikburil foot' wiuiiiil; by onlly 0111 galle. 'l Mull intIIest it 111 Itakel ill bthe. 111i1111 biy thune iicibir; nald lii i ltbs lit bothi iiibs, wlio 11112 iioeeiibloi Iii the pavtilioni tog 1111000 ltli~play. 'theI scorinig will its followi - Clark (Ii,),-0--t' 0-4, 1- __

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

TO Till,: i:IirUII UP Ti 'lt l'tII o IIT'Il.' ,lu1,-1 deire' to correct illpl)ret.iaiu1: whichi Iitay lihav beel idrawn froml rtipurts. which htivu pil.aared in theu Prl';, isl. liulatilngt Lto the Stlatlo sclol. Catiitrl)ibu'ry lo;atl. It mighti hi thought thiat the lHralth Oillurts did nut instr:t thi iluntil publici attentiion hlad beln callhI to thl liitter. A ait fact hli rI'lirt coiidlidaiiiig thle ilhool is dltted tho lIth .iJly., anld 1 forwtird yout tho lotter frolll Clintr l 'luhI''ld ieknlowlealt in. the sanit for Yolr plertisl.tl ant publilcationl if you see? lit. 2idl. 1,t|blivity iatit bVrri givei tto It Hatr. nIlleuI that tlir Ilihit bhe.Ill il outllr0eal of dilhthllliria iat IBox Hill, niidl that Ihr tico clul hlad buni rclortlud lit aInst c'tuncllil mIIItiig. As t imtt Ittr of fact thti caSLe rilporttui by thu lihad treiulhor of Hiato Hulouol was not dliph. thllria, anld ulc of thlu ucas occurred aIt Illauliburit. I niii, Ru., , i - W. I uaitti ro.w, . - - ihiro Seb...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Canterbury Cricket Club. SEASON 1889-60. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Ctuttoibux'yqriakut. Chih. 1.11w fotIoviu~.t iii thu LIJIII titittus Ijiurt: thu iii~ itittitht iiilijOitty it ftt iiii of N itt iioiul iittiui'j, tutu Itut if huuuuuuuiil I tuttutititi tilt If ut iii ,t~tutt thu uluhi oiL ;itt.iiuh it uiutoiy futuuuu ihiftit. I tiitiii:t thu uituiiii iltititit juofot, WU tltiitk, it hti;~Iil*u itti nyu Ott iluitijil OOilitiioiii, ill towiji 'iiit (mutt, ito thou Nituititit titul ttithitl. thihiotoit utiid ivlio ottly j oil jtu iii tutu ilititliitt, I itututd t~uuiiL tuijittili tutu. Utitiottilo hut Nit ft tirititil. Liv) ~itOii iuii; Jul11 liii, lily itiiiiiii:4 of ctiuhiiL tituhu . Iii tutu liii:;, ftiu uiittiit.. t'itivhiiiiul tifuttuutI ivy Lii, Iiriii ii thu utioti, bitt to Ott itoh ui:tiuitu it out hiutti:; liii ;itiy ii utiutil:; thu too fuuttitit it iuy did lttu u;rtothut port of thu ouik. At ~iiiL ~iiiiitti loll thi I Liuti iiituittjoii of ;ivtii;; I up hijiti, utijil fiuuiii ti it iiuiuuuti~ ii tyf it:; iiiuttgitti it hut ti~ cit haiL it t...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A man Found Dead. A SUM OF £296 IN HIS POCKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

A ,uan Foluld Doead. A. UMl OF .Lll0 IN IIls P'O(1IKI'ITS. ". .Xi, iuL ', ' " " ' " it, Abllig il .u 'l Iiiii .?t'uu til . wurni lls young nui 1 nit?iflI'll , th t ia IpIrt1" I t?. IlIIil ta C'u rg plie nI' lin' if il, while,. er sing, it Iigo illshk of lug d1 Ii uniit ?l, thil Ankslsu siiiih iit ti, L aiiiiititis 8nIii Mlounc'e I.'uuds.lOrutk and ydeynl tiiiurit Ihl i ll| figbi d y of iitl iihvin l nea ihi foiiiul iitirei . Svirgn tituiuts ittu they fotrund Ihu holly of lil t-hlerly iiima, we;ll drl'ss-led, lyinig fieedownwnelluw 'li s, -Plio for'hlenild r'eltitg toll the h'l'l 1ll'Im1 T e farl ' ?tli s ? li , b l' i, Ihutii iie wi s ito murky of vi elhnce iti lit e se . '.lhe boldy wil,. 4stile.heII hby Con.i II iblh s ?11llldersi. r illl .A lilis, and ih lit sunt of c cti in hnki iiotes wiis follll, in in small .larlins hli , wlhith lif hi1 titi e insih li i ? i i olithei . tp elg ii k h 1uint somtea pat iri were nAsu found with.the i unm, of ",1 James Vlerlnln " iin,,ibelld oil ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

What, is doing in thoe Trade. A saidlery blusiness has leein opelned by Mr. Filtzgerald at the corner of floundnlary mind Canterbury roads, Surrey hiills, wheru iall orders apperlainingi to the trade will be exe. cuted uwith ineatnces and despatch. Mr. E. A. M'Conville, Grocer, and tlay and Corn Merchant, notitles that, he Ihas removed from his old premises near (!anterbury vtatioun, to more commuodious premises, Hyde's luildl. ings,. OCuterbury ruoad, Canterbulry, where lie has ita large stock of general grocery, hay, corn, anhd pirolduce. All rders promptly attended to, anid fauilleswaited on for ourders. llesidlents of this dlistlrict in want of a first. class articleo at a moderate price will do well to visit this establishmenit. Attention is directed to the advertisement of Mir. WV. Todd, hSaddlerandml lanres Maker, lurhke road, Cambetrwell (next Camberwell IHotel). Mr. Todd has lately communenced business at the above ahddress, iandl from the long and varied exlperience lie hi...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Working Man's View of the Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

A Working Man's Viow of tho Striko. , The following ltet' lai hoen i eilt to ho. .lgi' by , wvovkintog 1011, who it a tiiemlib.r of the nibo :- or any other' mIen?l shlindh) uil for'l hth"i 'i'hthll, hit I coiisidr ithn .nillit 00t 1 , th w,',n'lmlllk 1lI(1l lti tioitil4 hi: fil'. hut, th'i of 1ll hiot I m1111y he coiii4iiht'Lrd an e1plitlhyel'. t i 11)8 lllt 1 l i l, ll iit I~ ll l It \'hukll,' ii lli ll it Cii~' of tihy it l nh4r, 11. 1 hae had' ta earnoi' in, livh'ii brt441 loltis tht':, in t i l lus tryglind., oiai i mgkintls, roog h c it|ntarin, ktiu., vi. t [it. ,\ lui Ivol k ll ';o8 il~tl Isitllllhst lt"oll. l\tll illl I 4lii lii' chlo I fi no'o'l'1hg foit1 Ia weIy nI' tii lti ss 1han lIt heiii'tetiii I thve hotil1 .i i hior inl whak waii ntle the 1415111144ing' trade 04 n. the \1'11l kilgq mooiiiid sjilos1ti'illg tIr ith'itio 1)li1, tl Itlih .onst, to tlt i ltll w hattit iii ii toI k cfilliot nll eItlinii Ioo. tWhlll I w0n 1i' lhow hIlt. folhlw wol'rkmlllenl1 now1411 i'll) [...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Council News. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Coiuincil Nows. : NUNAWADI N COUNCIL. ý [ýif h , ?',' T,:,r?ici ki t. Present: Cr. Puppurill (President, in' hit- phlsni),!?and -n.r Cp.t\hawlings, Cook?o, ilishop, Lorpoll, Ellinigworth, and Morton, STit.: MttxuTt:s. When tho? minutes wotro read, (r. inawlings uaid ihe would like to have the ruling of the pripsident on the foIllowing question: Could the council, seeing that there was ai resolution on the books of the council nppointing ai lighting committee, whose duity iL was to allot the lainpstand the places where ithey were to hIo troted, alter a resotlu . ion of that e Muncil withotut lirst giv t ', l~lllnz.*wottli: Htat, d" tha?'. Cr. ilawliingsa wis out of order in asking that question int tihe present stago of the meeting. '1'io only quetostion that couli tithn hp disucussed was the ntecui'cy or othi rwiso of toe minutes. loe mioved that the minutes as read bho contirmued. Thlis wiias seconded by Cr. Serpell, and carried. Cr. Rawlings thuen said ho would be iii order iin as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT THE LABOUR MEETING. WHAT I SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

AT THE LABOUR MEETING. .t "? ,? WHA'I ?t A '111\V'Eik' 1,ir li__Qsm.1. I was ote of the 110,000 leolle who at tended the huge Gathering held in Flinders Park last Sunday. Tike thousands of others I wonded moy way there out of curioasity, and did not t rke any active part il the proceed. lugs. I was imnply thiero as a spectator-lto ehoe id lo sceal. I] CqlI g?StO y?tto, ?ir, that 1 was proud to see stuchtit mootster Ieetioutlg attended by such a respectable crowd. They wore certainly a credit to Australia, and the colony hau tvry reason, to hbe proud of the ouen and women who coltprisud that ntuot jg. 'f'hyy we otuldaely,otlpgctthly dressed, gad had the opttyard qqd viyilllo signs of toing ai happy, prosperous, and contented ieoplp.e /ligh (oyil ,ntili|tlncikhiy ,oliuont of the community may have Iteoo there, anid dtloubtoleiss It ivas, but' for ontd6, I' ivas well behaved, and conducted., itself in a seemly malnner. The socialistic section of society was thero represented bl sonlio ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

J. IVoGLONE, lIouse, land and Estato Agency, MAIN l1OA1, MITOIIAM. Insurances effotetd. IoLans negotiated or -hortdit notice. JOHN GRAY, SFor First-class Boots and Shoes. UNION RIOAlD SURREY HILLS. Order Work promptly attended to. ]epuirs a Specialty. My Motto -sentall prolits anti qtuiek reiurnb.' The Hawthorn Livery Stables, GOLI)INLI'S HALT,,. (OLDING 'J F. A. DOWDNEY, Proprieotor. horses and Traps hlent on lhitre. Special , attention given to horses at livery. Horsets and Vehicles loutght, Sold or Ex. chaugeld. Ilortes brokenl to suddle or hlarvent. '.rllT CAMIIlIlWNTILI. Mi.l'T SUPI'PLY hlaver oponed promises at CA MBE1,ItW ' L1 ItOA D. UPPERi IIAWTIIOlIN, Wl'here they intend to supply their custotnlors wtith besti meat at low prices. R. Simkin, ALLI N iTHEIET L[AUN)IRY. AUIIIIlUN. All kinds of lnttultdry wtr'tk done. A reduction made to Ithnmilits. F'rtniture antid tinwtn're rttaired. Stcissors and knives grountul. Unltetllls mendtled. W. Macklin, General Grocer, Ten haler,. '...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The M.U.I.O.O.F. Concert. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

A (0It1A.'t' SITUC1t~S5. Wut are flletlaud to' iLotitiuiltht thu c'onILert heub iin thue Reoreation I lull, i ugtust, lflu' the benefit of Lihw widow 1111(1 eluildreuu of the ut hI : ro. I1cuuiuetl, wats it ~runt s1ucess. TLhu Ia gu 11:111 wa':s etwIl edl in) (Ivry parit b~y it mlost entutsiasi:1ticJ audlieceu, who appre ujated the ipl'or~lurlIallc whichd wits so well pillced oil tile stage by till whlo took palt ill it. Th1Ic- (1en tulininunt was5 originlai ed old carriucd out by the lnulubel.) of thI Iu:hosu lodge, wi oI setUlletd the~ .sNri'~IUci$ of Mess~rs. C. J.. ChIU5OOcio i an l'Thos. Ki rby to) tlrrunlge all01 tu "ruIniiuiories fout( uttend to, thu n001101' 1 U:1)iiwliiii they did ill a~llost deier0vilg; oft evury CIIitws for' Lihe titlel and11 a1ttenltiolI tily deuvotd1 ill order toI) Ill(: tu ie~ lllldell'titli ug it sitUUU115. Tio seuIre this' endl thiey w)isely en teled uinto nlegotliations wih i ,lIr31. Illd MI1's. W. A. \ lilldia) 01011 Mdiss Wilnnie 110 we'll oisn iC...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] To MR. W. TIMMS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

CBL6I.SLD'O NCL E , [W e io .hot ,ii ,, l ii;.ale, r r,.o ni,,,lbl ,fi,. opiionls c.rprressd by ourr correrpquleyiitsi SM. IVi. Tm , 131 tl)ii?. -lllui l'i'eeruLi'u to y'outr aio t nlCelt to trei toiday a.bout. tlh voluntary Iaaseriount mido to you by Mr. T. Ac.llattd, relative to an i luantily ol fuel he linad for nalu, I beg to i lnlk thl followig rollinler:-11n the lirht lil ncu it lia beell 1itiled to u1e thlat it iluIIIIier of Ily \wormi'lniUl are Inclined to be lievot hat dlii hlot wish to procure tlhe coal in question. To this I cnan coensclentiously nnake iiawer thant . did oveerythliig any on1 would bo ren'casH lly o expected to do to scouro this coal, nO it wouldl lhgvu iullleed to Ikeep the works' phig Ihlot lllvoe days luonger thait I ear it.will be, possiblu to do without it, anld tlus enable t o worliellcll to eoril wages coinsidelrably over .C00 ; it mlatter, ventcure to iilhk tliit all will igrco ill considering b sonue inmpqhliiýo', to ily \yoylitutei il p)iirtictt ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

.1 Two-ru il lFLoiing;;. Iu;;l aIdi rniln ; nlulur ani imlterial. Apply .1. (l C.i mbne, L'l r wr1 l lirick Co., or I',. I'IsNNy, on Ihlu Worlk. 'T'c ileri ull:ou NextU ll 'i' sdiiy. THT " REPORTER." TIiI'm UNIjY [lUAfI J4 I) U I1 N A b EV tillY lotIDlAY. An1 CoiiilniiiK FULf, It1'Ol'VT1 Of ill [the I o C A L U 0 FI N C I LI H. ALi NINDS it( J .0 1' It I N T I NG IDoll oi tll MU'ST l;l:ASOUNAIJlh' T1'II1NMJI. IROlNMONGtERY! nION'MOT GERY i Startlihut Amolinonul ictlt ! IIt.MIUVAl I NTY' NI W I'.'1M ISI'S S [ I', E li I) I N & u 0., J l U N 1 I tII ; . t I) A .), S. U l 1 ,17 Y lil 3I 1 ,1, 1, ll' (;t thallik thl . Ip blic for lie .ibellll uilppoll h3il lhii r accol 3 r d 11 I11' t all'I hot luI i, 1'y rlltiil?i , hn tllhe st llO loltiit'ls: t, 1 lin ril 11 vl tll' ll. ineu u El it. i?a usi.i Their Stock ha:; b ll h ,lair.ly illnclir.aed ill deilt aill . 1There i: l 1; 1 l r:l in w for pl'i il to rllln fu ulllui , iv, dhll' i .n il clnltl liu I:liw Ii|i np r lund blcltllr l i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Special Constables for Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Special Constables for Box Hill. A gru t deal of apprehuusion exists, and not ivitliout rueason, aniong, the residents of Box lHill and surrounding districts in consequence of the with drawal of the police to the metropolia. A well-attended umeeting tookl paitco in the local Jiutreation lhull od hiattzrday night for the purpose of taking steps to enral special constables for the protection of the district. Cr. lRawlingFs, who was voted to the chlirt, siiid it wais felt byit hlarge nmaber of the residents that, for the purpose of protection, ts mniIy able biodied Ipersons as were willing to volunteer their services should be sworn in as special conistbles, to do duty during the continmuation of the capital and laiibor contest, l'hii would not be thb first time he had volllunteered us at special constable, an1d he hoped ithat all those wlo weru' ciipable of doinig so would come forward alnd enlist on the present occllsioll. sMr, ?Wtn. ] hglighton, shiro secreta'y, thought it very nece...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fatal Accident at the Canterbury Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Fatal Accident at theo Canter bury R tilway Station. It is our paintful duty to c'rutiacla another fatal nteideitt at lt1e rai!uiy Grossing at ('Canitlurry, which occurred t o Ia iall naIiued Edwvard Magee, yestepday louruing. It aptpeared that ha was at the uarossilig mua. ioned in ':oitpany whill it follow workltmlti, I10 wailted until the train frotm t\lbourtu, which was at the Istittiou It thu thume, passed. 1e then atllumpted to cross Ith lineo, and just as ht stppet'd oil to tit, raila down uaste the trqin fronti . l0.5 hill, which he did not nutjcu - jn citsutalunce oft the lIassinlt of the dVIowa train froit town. lifo to" jirtoll1, who wais ta ufewt yardts behitlnI hint, htl his attention th'twi to tht rtox Iill trainl by the signal man, biut heforeo hu conidh prventl Mage fotmO ncrossingth lino the train catta past. Mageo was struck by the tugini', ]nocked down, and thtL train ranl over hint, cotmtl?tely ettinlg off both his litgs anlt frightfully Inutilating (ho body. The...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Blue Eyes or Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Blue yesy or DaIrk. -0 1 never ciared for dark women. They 1oe nut my style. I liko little, soft,. 'i .u4sLu, fluir womenti, with blue eyes and ity dipiiled lhluds-ssuih wonteon, for insitinei', ii (Jolrit Ki ingston, to whom, by IIhi' way, I Iwas eliglged. l[er fatiher's Irelee in SainI)- adjoineld otll's, till([ J hlln urvtd linIril asI lung as I could rentoinmber anything. I re'?pil, I levor cared for dark .o1unit', noil y'et wheni I ito .FatlLia Looy I kio un ait I. toLat here iwas tho must bonttifl Iwnillanii in the world. Therio is n la o'in light which woliie's oyes hiaveio when thelay nire wtilttig diamondi?tiiI sort if roillieli hoi, suiiIpose, froni I hie gionii. Iaura hricvy's eyes always shone like Il~iti lillI l)fi I t, 11' 131 y iiiwlyns f t oiia Ii hr hist fur tihe rest slit' had ldris wtaving hairi, ii pi l face', aitd it woinderfu l red, moile mont~h. ttIi el, her, uiihl beflae I hr d tbeen iy I i.l sl~insirl hii I td in i? ''s It rint onlrsihii'i, I todutld to iher...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Govornmcnt Advertisomont, 1.N INE-"DRIVERtS' OERT10ATIFO ES. OTIOC,.-Aplicatilons (to he accou.i 1 panied by a fee of I0..) to be examined in country diohdtts for CQrtilicatcs its lniinu drivers under the .llilice .irt .1o and ihe Fieiloriiei al Shopsi ict 1890 will lbe received until the 20th September noxt, addressed to the Searetaryv for Mines, Mlelbourmno. Applications will lid received fromi eiindi: dates desirous. of being examiiined in ilel. bourneo upi to list October nlext. intending candidates cman obtain forms of applieation and copies of rtegulationis fromn the Onlice of Minesaim firont the various 'Mlining and -'actory Inspectoirs throuighouit the :eolot?,. Applications will ialso be rceiveid for Cer titleatos as loiler Attendants only. PIllLLIP COI1.EN.. 'Secretary to Ihi Boaird of Exkniine?s for S. - Mining and Factory Engiiet-drivers. 0111ce of Mines, e . lbourne, 10th August, iitii. Council Advortisemionts. Sl 1111E OF NUNA\WA1)ING. TENDERIS will be received at the ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

,, BURTON . D KNOX ES- S ,.L? . I 82. CARRIAGE JILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourne Centennial and Adelaido Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. ' lnrringes. ]lugic.', IPlito.ns, Gins, &c., inll stlck ind lbuilt to order. iTi:.11113 ANTD) ItlNOVATIN ,. GUA.ITANT'IE, ATL. WOIK. . , ,; i - , , , `SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OTl' t) iT. 1 TI.\.M TI,1T1 NI'1S), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. CIG, L.Ali! lAG.E und D]U(W Y 11t I, ii 3\l.1 TI [C"O tl lEII COLLLA,\IS CAR]i]:FULT.LIY F1'IT? E1. A,____ 77 . •, h'1aIS, 3IlU1~.co1o , Rl]O , o E G e , or. 77, Secondl- l]uu IHaurness ]]ought, or lxchlauged for eNew,. The -Milliners ., STAI OfN '3T tIMi. 11O IItX N. &o L. COLLINGS, Ileg1 to Ihinn1 the 1,ni .e, of ltnx liil a11n,, "=Anurronndioni 1.otri,'.t for thirtu na part l tsoa, nan. daesir to itifort~i I 111e, flint (]Cy,~ haive pedantt lciv huttn t AUT'UtN &...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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