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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

;Local,;N w, a s It is exactly live years ago sinco we II l?a the t:titl, ii?' Ila 'hlull bnI Dale ',Jofki- nO ,o oi' positot?s. Today %vy ti}l Utha duringll te i iast fliv- years tihe iutiber uad just doubled, M r. Johui Alsop, the aetuary, iinforingl us, thlat all depositors now exceed. the gatwd total of 120,000, or an averag illncease of 12,000 depositors per 1nauuuu for the itiniqunitnnil periold. Coinsideriing it took so?tethiit like 0l yliurs li 1nucutlilait ;t6,000t depositors, it ,peaks ivoltnits for the increase of thrift in our midsi t oild tii \ binuit refrain froim coni grltulinlllug ll concerned upon the atltain iment uf suchi a noble totilt ?l a 120,)00)i die. tpositors. , We haive taiken ai gireat interest ini the iprogress of this grand Institutiou, tiiud truist its oinward tu?rch will not be in any way interfered wih. Thie imitie of theu Norwood railway sintation has bieen chainged to that of Asliburton. This uliange hais been ctlected ait the instiga tiuol of the ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

\ANoTIIR'n W'UkI 111Hk plusHed away, and tlhiro is no sign of the ugratt" labor striko coming to nil ncd. At pCreshoit both 'partis seola in ru ,(lli6n ovC'r determintied to stland inl oolf, 'anid nullow inatters to take their own coursr.! '.'lll is to be regretted. JTh.o, tlodilint of sunlliiiiblg wlhjcl lias lI'cei ,l, Olitilued upon a1 lalugeo ection of tile coin inunity , tllruglgh thjys 'hrilidVis ,'i,., serious. Tl 'Ihct ie ire li ny,.who ltro in a s11mall way of bitsiness, 'wlo have hild ,to,cloose up tand giv o theiri'ent ploycos ia holiday. hSotteo qfitho largo fiactorimes lihve" lihl'lo 'il0idposo of n Inrgo ilumlberll of workkltull, ould. in soliu instances, c i otirely closed. TlnYos men1 will iot gcet any: strii6 .pay,, and tlhe coniuiilonco i thillt sorious hard. shlip and sullurinig lha been occasioned to a la'rge numntber o'f tihe working class. Ji fhact, tlhe turmlloil lias been1 felt, more or leus through till gradeo' of society. Wlhen butinullusis dtll brouglit rt...

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

"Reporter" Trophy     The adjourinel iineultin of tllhe diligestt-in conlleclioill ith thlu labovu watIl hIll hlst MIlumly nigtil tll tho lhilway Hllotl, liox 11i11. Mr. W. Meader, junr., il thu lhair. Tlio chllsb rcpres?lteuil weru the- llluckblurn, llox llilj, Cilllielbury, Mitchaml , anlld Binll wood. ' Tl'h lhllrood Club wrtl siltaliig thnt they will be uiilblu to play. It %wa delJcioldlj Otln ctnullh n -lt h lidq' of vfq dii.:8 diitnti lqn (pitl Lb u'l)'ild oIl thu pioint y'iUtCitl. It wris ijljq ictuitlcdi tlbriti. Mr. 1 '1'ooLi bo tlhu l. ioron'ry of lthe lroplihy coiUlttle , niii (t it all clubs oeterillg pay anli eltraline fo:ofL 10s. Old. Tlhe sub-.uiiiilliittue is to culsiuls of the pc?rotarit' of ithe local club; cotlulpetil;. The rullt illldori''ll lih thello liay Were aligro6d llonl, ntil tllo th lital arrailgeulluilta will. b Inldue oli Woednisllay ovclinl i ioxt at i 1.1t. at. tllh Itilway IHoll, Blox 11111, wlell all cluli intlonuling to co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mechanics' Institute and Free Library For Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 September 1890

Meclhaunicis Instituto and Froc Libm'ary.For Box Hill. A public meeting of thu residents of IBox 11ill was held in tho Shire luhl, on Wetd. n'esdny night last, for tltu purpose of receiv int the report of the conuitie t which It ad ,been lOlutuhld to collect st?ucriptlioltr, ett. lr. \\'Wm. Elliugwortth, J.'., wtas voted to tho chair, and, in upoening the iltmetin, said .ho regretted that there was tInot a ltrger atteuaitnce, lo thein called upon Mr.. Jlhl Hergeaut to report progress. SMr. Sergeant stated that since the con litic let It, n bhenlApiloulted ito ttivas.? the district, lthey had dilot aso, and e llthe whole, h ad bu?,? lhntly sucttceisul. They hal h ,ern ahtle to secure subheriplions and provisions amouotihlg to about ltl00, alU nafter they hal, paid the balance on t lh land they Wouvht havu in hand about itiO00-that wa?s includ ing the value of the land givtn hy M,'. Ellinugwrlhv. There would bt tn dilliculty i tite way tof erectihi .n :i talt' buihtlitg ill ttulland-r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Swaps." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

0441 of1 s4131111111ill) 'fI k11)ttlp lbuminlliy; hd lIi.11d isl (1514+uk, {womonlly gown1111, lug lilts1, Will41 il Ihultllek InpuS, sillul lung, wilriukltil 34111('l. 1nr.h i, orllt arc 11w11 ~pai P .1144J4 4r3 11411 it sIhlIII of vlolelt piaty so0t1ll1,11 tile 14141idoii's Inrigl+L ey31s its 4412 looked atl l11l1111144*l fri'ind. ,.No, IElsie, (lelir."' .'siii 1141 wor'Ihly. R'fto tal UIIIdl Y(l11'11 Ill'hrw I1k, 104. (olae 3'OI4 moy, coor bas43 41ic, '" huts 41'4l forny Well, I'll314 '4ell1 y41 till.41 getso LitI WutlI'' w -hut. 144 you thun 1 --11Jlu Iitii I''' jiol and '011 I hoyor o 'l~ii4i whri oo1 girl 14111e, you.414 'tluor 144111o4' '' 411 ye llr( 111311 hi 11mi .'4.113'lnig 1 f1as1 gll 'It'!' 'rl2 'I'lol t 1 (ll' wii i144114t 141 last0 g41114 lys glsothe11 Ilol.' 14 "'o Ill1t wa stesi.s er"p ite it' lady. '((o , INl~~I143 lt . 114114ro l11I4444' 11111 14044(10. 11114 "'T l4,44 3014 4.443'. 1 so 1411 It L4141e (III 3'Oul, 'anld sheIit ua 3(lly let11 41 I'fall, herln ot lo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Frightful Death at Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Frightfil Death at Canturbury. Some sitnrtliug diseluures were made at iiin uqilst eoidiucited by IDr. Youl, tihe City Corioier, it. lie ,,llelbouine Iuspiltil oi Frilny,ieliiiing Ilie niinge. mont of our railways. (.)n W\ednesday minrning lasnt ii de maf ii1ii inieil Edward l)ei, aged l:) years, whilst crossiing the railway level close li 1l) C(tie t'erbury stati.n, waii knoekatd down by it passing arain. Iluth legs were int oft. the skull ninnahed, and tahibdyuoi ir isnobruisad. Joisepili . .Ahiuith miiioager of. Ilie Ilex Hlii l snwoiks. wni iil nun mpaniy t jilb decinsed whli the neejadeit took plaice. They wtere goinig t. work. It was necessary ti cross the level ut IhlCniter. bury station. Theare waln at Irani ti the station whivia dacenseal iiil iv iti ess arrived, and whcn the Irvin had passed hlie level crossing decciuseil otened hie gale nid proceeded iocriss tlhe hue. Un1i. furtiiitely, the Iraiin from Itiugwood to lilfouaritsil uith u uieu t ruanded the curve, nuu 'decen...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fatal Accident At Box Hill Brick Works. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Fatal Accident At Box Hill Brick Works. A fatal accident hap piled at 11t hill hltiuk Works on Weoidni 1y aflernofn, whun It single 1nnn matnad William l'etersonl wits killed by it full of ailt. 'T'he uifortunate omta was einiosd il te ilay-iile ll with i number of tiher mien, when it lago quhantily of earth gave wai 3111 fell upon 1'etersonl. The stay struck him on the back of. the lond sd Ii ho thi cootr u tlio back. ThaI' mant wai literally buriedt in the debrisIta was at once extricated, when It was foundl that he was severely lnjured. Hle was taken nt 0ice to the railway station at B3ox 11I11, but died oin the way there. It appears froit the evidincoejwh tit glven at the magittorial inquiry h1dld 1yuesier. daly before Mr. W. l'Ulingworth, 1.1'., that the fall of earth which aiusied thle mttlh'l death was purely the result of an aunidentt. 'The evidecea weont to show that the do. ceased wa3. engitaed breaking the 0113. and lie ws onatho theat of r~ll~outaing ty wheni a 11111p of...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5TH. (Before Messrs. Ellingworth (in the chair), Garside, Lovering, and Pepperill.) DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Box Hill Court. --:0:- FtutW.,, AouarT GiTI. :." l (Ilofore Mussr,. i~lligwortht (in the chair), (liartido, Lovering, and PLpperil.I) Thomas Maddtlt was charged, by coinstatbl t 1onest with using obscene liongtago oil the Dlox 11lij i ttj1tty station oi the i 20th O iilet lito accused, wVio was dritjk at: the tiuut 1part his leg, itJn had to appear ilt itia court wi"Slly the aid qf c'itches. l this was his licit otine le was (Ild. Zqut. gor sovoyl 1ltys. (ttgtilets l'Vietisoit wtit cil tiorgtd wtitif Ilciai, 061111 llnd disorderly in' ` lutblic paice, it liox Hill, ot t the 4Wtt inst. Io wits lined 2t . (it . I lo Frances lRoach was charg-ed, by cinst ltti Hletity. with tsitg insult. ill. 111d obscene htittglnge 1I1µ realer ing l1r0 puolj i ll Ill(, discharige of tlleir" dities it Mttti to dills, on the t Hth Augusyt. 'l'ie dlefl-t litt dud ust of very haitd hiln ate, aril wis vet y t ito iout, t10 was titinik it the time. it.g wits lin to in ttte two thatoges 20s or seve l days, .I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Cr~ickot, '171w Ilox hli club me requesCtedto hi) eeI3t on the Itroamd fur piaiiii Ci' i. iiiiiw", whlen nil meumbers aii iitvohigl muinburs are rb. jtuatludt be pr.'uunt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What is doing in the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

What is doing in tho Trade. Mr. W. 11. isuvering will hold ni auction sala in lin. hill on Monday next, 15th inst., of horses, cattle, poultry, eto. The last sale held by hinm was a great success. LIarge prices being realised for all ithe lost submItted. We desire to draw the attention of our readers to the saldurtisemtunt of Mr. F. (t. Perrett, Ilout aild ;shoo Importer, Ilurwood road, Auburn; Mr. lerrilt dl.dres to inform the public that he has opened at the above address with a first-class stock of boots aot shoes, at prices within the reach of all. Children's school boots a speciality. Riepairs neatly executed. The advertiseoent of Mr. W. C. 'Thomson (late of the Exhibition Orchestra) appears inl another column. Mr. Thomiso receives pupils at" Cartha," Iurwood Avenue, Upper Hawthorn (close to Caomberwell Station). From the long intd various experienco Air. Thomson has had, those desirous of placing themselves under his tuition should aail themselves of this opportunity.. Terms i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
They Pay their Rates and Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

They Pay their Rates and Costs, 'T'he 1tinnawading Codipcil haviing acind upon lihi principle that " hope dohrrctl nith elh the hear't rich," tit lit-t devilled to stint. nionl tl minthttg of de~faltiingtl 1'ttoyeltyes. 'fite notiticil hau 'i pahped itiitittnt hope,' antul hait'ii itiht there its it' chance of the rates bring paid before thet andof 0( th prusont ttinineini *ear, wire fortet to titr Stu ett. 5 ures. Home 'it uel''s wets brought before the hlenth ot Friday Lht, talt in cith tase the council got It verdicl N ith couts. Those who ettui'edt to pay hove now tite plestie. and consolation of kunoingi~ that they muts( not only dischairg' their ittiebitedtess io the cottcil, but in auttidiot they tutu.. pay the stintt of 'rs. costs. This iatter item would have beiff iaved if they ha10 only h1111fadthe pm. dence'to act upon the ptinciple that "short reckonings mttke long tiendts." We tmtrenl mention this fiet because we have btrn in foreitd that there ire another hatch of suno...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stealing Daphnes. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Stealing Daphnos. At the lox ill Cohurt on I''iday last a littli girl niuned Kato King pliaduil guilty to a charge of attitn i two dauplhne, the property of M irs. Marshall, of Ashted road, ilox hill, and Mir..J It. 1 )aley. 'Tite girl was accompanied by her imother, iml said site was sorry for what she had domi. It appeared frln0 the evidence that the girl took the plants iti her mother, aud said that they had heett giv-in to her ly another girl. Mrs. King con caled the plints, and whtn she was aslod by Senior-('onstable lloyd to produce tittiti she refused to do so. 'I'ht daphto takent iromt Mrs. Muar shtll'a residence was vuted at Li. 'I'the hirntut of the l-nch gave the neensed it severe reprilnit l, and told her that site had commenced life in t very bad way. 'l'hI oftence was it sertiolii ou1, andi rendered her liable to be imprisoned for six mionthsi. The1c worst ruaturlie in tthe case was thu action of the girl's maother, who, if shit had not ated tlhe pint of aa aacessory, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Excise Prosocution. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Excise Prosocution, At the liox lill Court on IVridiy, befors Messrs. Ellingworth (iii the chair) and it (tll bench of magistrates, (Iet. Mint, groeer, and wins and spirit mirehatnt, of Hurrt' hills, licensed utnder the Customs and Excise Act, was prosecuted uiier section 182 of the Consolidated liceinsing Act, on it ehargo of selling n less tiantity of liquor than was allowed by law. 'Tlhi otleneu was alleged to have been comumitted on the hiut August. The prosecution wits conducted by MIr. John O'Connor, Chief Inspector of Excise; mttltlq defndanti was repretueted by Mr. Dae." The' eeteidant ploisted hot 'guilty, and dnied having unild the liquor to the pursun who laid lthe intontalion. IRobert Pearson deposed thaL ieo was tn ini land excise officer. On the tith August he went to the shop of dletintant, bought some groceries and a bottle of whiskey. 1le aidh is. td. for the liquor, which Ito ilescribet as being first-class. Whiiett ht purchased the whiskey the deftndaitt said he h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

- J." MVcGLONE,_... _.,-..; JONGRAY, For First-glass Boots ands Shoes.,' a UŽNIONI RlOAD), Order Wur'iiovkrnivllv" attonded to:;' 2lioplians a 5piiCeirilt. l My Motto "small pi'olitii and 'iiick' returrna!' -The 'Hawthorn Livery Stables, GOL1)E'(18s 11Al I, (lOl ,1Nti STL. T.-A9 DOWDNEY ' Prwioprttor. lor~ses and Traps. li'it oin bite. iiiccial attention givean toliariwsi'tt llvory. It Jlorse and Vehices hlanglit, sold or Ex. Ilonass broken to saddle or lanino:+. - T11ill CAMiINI\ElIWE M1 N AT SUl'l'L.Y I 1lavei openecd Vi~eniireO at. C A \I 11 31 \;Ill ,T, 1t, 11 0 A 1) . U1PI'll I IMVTI'l bil, %Vhero theoy intend to supply their citatoauoro with best. neal it low prices. R. SirilinkH :AtlITHtN. All kills otf litiiidi'y' ~ork dionw. A reducetion meade to r'amoilic::. Furnitn or anid tinware rliraictl: Seinsorat and knives iirnm. 1, Tnihrelao muendled. W. M~acklin, Geneiral G3rocer, Teni Dealer, &c., ALBIANY CIIEStJENT. SU IiIIEY H1ILLS, .T'baiceo lamid Cigars. -Tinwamre, ll...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROONDARA COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Ilo01ooN l)[.IA A CiINUI f. lMan.wv, Stir- tanant 7. llren Si : Cr.' )illon, l'rsidduni (iii the chair), Ors. 1Hicks, Taylor, Day, Clayton, liraito, and Maling. CoinouroNan.:xlxc:. From lDarvall and Ilorsfdll, re Ed wards' cliiiti, stating that they had no other alternative blt to ,take legal. proceedings against the council for inijuring MIr. Edwards' property, and wishing to know the concil's solicitor who would receive the suiimons. On the motion of Crs. Clayton and Maling, -it was decided to give them the naoe of the council's solicitor. Cr. Ilicks said there was no legal claim against the council. On the motion of (.rl. Hick" and lay, the matter wais loft In the, hands of the president to settle. Front John IIulderson, stating that the fence which ha( been pulled down by the authority of the engineer, a flowed his cattle to get out, and lie had, in cinalnince, lee) threatined with legal proceedings by the inspector. 101) hoped the council would have the fence repaired. The matt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Chapter of Accidents Railway Collision at Ringwood. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

A. O pter of Accidents Railway Collision at Ringwood. W'hat unigot have resulted in at very litctit railwayr nculent ocIurred at ti1nig C d l Monday' ovn ing. As it wart, consulernhi i dismage ha~s been dounb to the rolljttn study wo t guardlittlt ioi ,ilw to d1wve l yams htly IrtoticL to- the f ollistotl. It wa more the rphlt tlt lol old huik than anything elute that itte were not kii l on ti ' Stpolt. As motl of our renders are (ware, Iltinii wood ilation is tlijit on the ltop of it till, and t11e necident is po~licyqs npre to ho gttri buteI to this fioet to l n iythi ltli else, lltwepattaisd l teven tatti ii e evening of thIinigitotv thu hilto iiirthes hat d been shunltet) for the vturn 'lrae tioni tra.inl, Two of thehe eirrii. cs h reu itliad ilsit til of thu ioiiif the t ill, and t oi i t-t l.t itiol icouettd with ha11ndi iht kl. ii trai nhomo 1111 explttined ciise (he t ntriinlti 1i t riri thoved, but how they chnt it run over the ' und chucks is iIII slory. They had not none ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

THE " REPORTER." Thuli oliiciatl advertisinIg Ijodtinls for Ithe Nlniawadliug, J loroondara and Doncaster councils. TlE, ONLY LOCAL. .JOUIL N.A Ii In' this DistLrict, Is P'ullished1 1l PI IY Fil IDAY', Awl( Coiilaiin EULL IIEI1'Qlit'I5 *Of all the3 LOCAL CUtlNJI LS. AdKNDSE Of .1011 t'IIIN'VINO - Iloio ono theo IRONMONGERY! IRONMONGERY ! Startling Aun1otuncomiont! 11 SMO~v'A h IN'ItO N IW IY'll EM IS ES VSN .l) I1) (N & Ct)., UN. I5 ON It) A ID, SUIJIIIY IIIhhIS, 11 KGi to iIangk 11w Ioulii for the L~iberanl hlope, by retailing the Dist of aricles o, to meroitit e1 !i~n11 111100 of the1 sang1. Th'leir Stoclk las beent lrgely increasedt in 0ord0r to cope ihi (vill iwncs ,i,,g 11(0,1 is o ce m for lie do ,,trun to A~tIItentoni directedl to the follow ing 01db, wre (1111,auiae faints,1Oils, etc. ElslrrlaluN, AT11:e: THANI 01.10MK.l-l1UIINl1 .1. SN EI)ION & CO., UN ION.111.).1). SU111Ili;i7 HILLS. (0011114100 Srt11Vliu.) ANDERSON & CO. . (lateo Adeorson, and Suns...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Weekly Court for Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

A Wookly Court for Box Hill. A joint dptalatinn froam the Nunawniting Conniil nad the ionx i liti unch of Matgis. trates waited n ma (he lion. th1 Miaiioter of Justice on Wedanesdny maaorning. 'thodpt iii. aion was intruiured iii' Mr. John Keys, M P., the maemaber for the Aistricit. In introducing tho dataiiiion. Mr. Keys snai thuy Itad coni11 to riauset the Minister to giveai n now courthiuso for liox Hill. In winter time the present building was so damp and utn. conafartaible that it was with gruat diailloulty and under the Ilion tpiaiahnl circuaslani coa hint (ho annisratuias iea aible to aaetain and dispoano iustice. During thouunaner months tha nibii hag was re0n womre thani it wan during the winter iiason. Tiare wal no ventilatioan,. and the conaoquaaenewal that the magistratno laid to ualfer the iifliction of a turkiih bath while they were sitting on tha iunch. There was plenty of manny il the tronaurv, and ae ie livid - they nid ony 113 asknit the iister to look to their wan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saved by a Bell Button. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Savod by a Boll Button. -0 S mu y iars goi," said A. lion wid, namy life tuld :31,I. ) cetnts belonugintg l miy )lirtlir, .lim lligiey. 1ad myself, were sivid,'l l it gitgof rubbers iroltin up by menils of nol electric bell. Jlimandmu I hod been teirgraplh operators, bill. lina abaotlud (thI libusiness for njinjtg. W'e tad laIk in Irdilietti i. '444 tifter a few years haIol ouli itr 'iniont fur 27,14K) cIoni, of which we look 7,1kh ) cents in promiusory niues niil([ stlated 'Ilast with the a.'linliti, lhiilly in bank notes. It appears Itat thrne utt lins learneir the realt aline of unriabld nrnksand contents. I had left *iu at the clerk's desk of i1 now'fungled Ihotel in it Western town, ii iii followed the parties is Lhy cirried thie Iaiggige to (he friot owl of oui rooem. an the, furthe Y lour. -Aftidr this. 'Sidpillem'.wriihdrtwlarkm~irr.Y.'vrifti r'r hiird '4he dour smug iloitly up011 behind 4ile. In) hinkit g it was Jim. I rinsed ilet ither from iii y ig ieh. nu Hirned, only to...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Robert L. Hair's Banquet at Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Mr. Robert I,. Hair's Banquet at Hawthorn. On Mdondaty evteninig last a banquet was given to Mr. Robert lees Hair by his friends and supitorters at the late uniicipal election. The dinner was laid nut in the sopper roon of the Hawthorn Town Hiatt, ant relercted great credit ton the caterer, Mr. Henry Skinner. 'The room was tastefuily decorated for the. ocasiuon, and olly l1l 1;0tnleimen were present. Captain Taylor, 1LL..\., occupying the chair, and supported o(i the right by the guest of the evening, IMr. W. F. Carter, M.b.A., Mr. F. C. MIson, M1 L.A., and Cr. Swan; nod on the left by the Mayor of Hlawthorn, Cr. (hilloms, hiossell, and Edger ton, and Ir. It. It. Stamp, J.P.l After the usual loyal toasts had been honored, M-. It. ]I. Stump, ,1.1., proposed the "Parliament of Vietoria,'" Coopled with the names of the mentilert present, ail in doing so, mnid they had t splenlid representative in the person of the worthy ehairtan. Ile was indeed a honor to the I loose, and to the towin...

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