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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Council Advortisomonts. S I O1 NUNAEADIN 0'. 'rTINNEtIs will be received at the ohIre Hail, flox lull, up to I pin. on Monday, 15th September, for Under Loan Account. Contract .10.-Cuol ;b pp1ifi14)I aiAtio nul, Metalling aiid'OoiiitruoEion .ifTd. l'ii Culverts on the Hiddlchoro-road. Contract .1 l.-Clrbbiig, C*yarinig, Funning,, and Metalling on the East lBoundary Contract "1 -CIiaing, Lig it Formation, .Lovelling, and Construction of Oulverts on the Riversdale roads. 4 ., .:UnderShiro Fund Account. ý'4tirnet 17.-Ciubbing, Clearing, Fencintº Metalling, and Coislruclion of P ipo Cip' ,,vort on Springfleld-road W. ianm and Sppcilleations mia 1)4 1001) it the Shire Olliechi. JjA A dpopusit of 5 per cent. must aicouiiipany eaci tender, and the lowest or any tunder will nqt ncasearily be accepted.; i 1)'t (Ely order.) W. W IAUIUIITON Shire Xectrtary iox [1iii, t1h September, 188i0. -IMPORTANT NOTICE. J\ IU1LIC MI IR L 1TN Ij Will be hold iN Tiun'Y I1 5111115 HALL, IOX% HILL, W1Elhlh.I'A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

*'"'BURTON AND KNOX 2s . . .1I:;TAlthistiltl) i,,".2 CARRIAG J BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost, Awards Melbourno Content .tl tund Adelaide Exhibitions, 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Sh1ow. Gl{ aigqu1 ,1ag iont, aP rtup, (it;, A'., in IttoI oun imilt to"order, .JU *d~lA1UtI AND ItNNOVATINO'. '(t1A11ANIIEN bAll WVOlt n .1* 3 3 3' SADD LE & HARNESS MVAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (1)1'3(11'IE 'lAMln IMI n Pou ). And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. CIL C ~lllI ~(lI.133331 1UGGY OI01lN11 ' 3I A 77! 3",<,~t I tL1)id-11U, 11a 1U33330 ] .1oThL 1 1'"1`1:1 ud1. ~ Ne SAD LEt\R '& CARNEUfSS MAKER, WhiteHorse, BRUoad, BoxS Hil .. rni1Spi'ing Siuiinioir Shiow, . MISSES' COLLINGS , TTrION T8 1:'i ,'t f lox 1111 .1. tPresent their t'anonli1,uejst IjbI, tI' I iImnitaiiul of ]lox lu ll Slid gtl,:, 1is id"~, ii 1 wtisli In fninol ~niidri not ii,'-~f~ " 11 SV1%euo's (i ods1 Stm now Ojliwied for I t'~ecI ohi I tiuiiij niid...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

A ~:ttoiOvnIT, JIus b lun tattrecd :in llo; Hill by sovurn?'Nof' tld leidig ittiAilhl' inuts to establish a Meclhnics' IInsti; titto and Freoi Library, Iowling (irhon, Ilawn Tennis Coiurt nlid Social Club. *If tihe iundertaking can only be brought to .n successful issue, llild we hope thidr is isullicient p1irit in tiu dlistrict to aeconliplish this udl, a gtrat liHoii ,will be confurred upon thlb tsilldetts. At Ipresc?t tih town ofr ox I ill ferls theu;wlit of such, ti, iustittioun A Meclhmnlics Institiite aild Ir'eI LibrAry are urgeontly ueeded, and itj iqa?djs grace to our iillitt1hgct itas t ' coul munity that they w'ero it'ot etablishied soime yuars ago. As regdrds tlh Club, tlhough', it is ta n ecceshity", it wiold hb at viyl, iisei l institution to lhave ,establitldsed in our midst. At present there is not ,alny plitic in llox Il11 where anly 'one cai' go to"-' spendlil cbljdyiblq qillprolita b ouvenin gwhlichl would most e'rtninly be tlho"eeaso if thi Chlub were nl an pecomi...

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"REPORTER" TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

"REPORTER" TROPHY. 'The delegates fronm the clubl intundinei to competu for t11w above trophy oet at thu 1 lilway Ifolel, Bhox I fill, on W1e*nionday evening Inlt, nod arrit :; I itl the prli'nini nry details. Mr. W'. K. V',til, of Surry Villa, has promised ai trophy of i8 ins. for the runners-up. 't'he rounds wera drawn, antl the matches will Ie played on the gruond of the ilrst-,meitiind club. tritor izit"it. OGtoder Ii nd Ii .- --Critirulry v. Ihiig. woodu flux Ilill v. Alituhina; iuunuaster v. Illaukburn; Surrey Iills, a hlve. October J and Novinh,:r 1. -11it hanno v. Canterbury: Ilingwood v. BIox Iill; Hurrey H1illsvolrouncaster; Blackinurn,, I bye."" November N and li.-Iiux (ill v. Cantir. bury; Iliogwood v. .1itchani; )uuicastor, ii bye November 22 andt 20.-Surrey Hills v. Canlterluryt ;Mil hamn v. DIoncnater; 1u. fill v. fhlackhurn ; Ilingwoud, a byu. December Ii mtt 1:1.-S rrey Ifills v. Ilingwood; Iliacklurn v. 11itchaun4 D)uncase ter v. fBx Iill Cantterbury, a by. Decembe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. Present—Crs. Sell (President, in the chair), Zerbe, Lawford, Smedley, Tully, Winter. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From constable J. M'Grath, making appli- cation for the position of Inspector of Nuisances. Appointed conditionally. The President, Cr. Smedley, and the Secretary were appointed to draw up an agreement. From C. Hessell, re cutting a drain   through his property. Deferred, for further consideration. From Legislative Council, re tramways constructed under tramway loan for country districts, asking for general information. Received. From Huxley Parker, acknowledging   council's letter with regard to hedge being cut on his land in German lane, and pro- mising to have same done. Deferred for annual inspection. From Mercantile Printing Establishment, forwarding copies of seal. Received.       From Public Health Depart...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 September 1890

Local-Nowa, At the Box Hill Court on Friday last, tihe inspector sned 0i number" o. persons. for allowing their cattle to wander, and IIi- neah case o conviction was obtained. -The indden death offAndrew Fankhauocer, of Surrey Hulls, has caused juite n shock to his parents and friends. lie was plracising sonic musue which hu was to take Baort in on the Sunday, and mustl have strained Ilhimself with' some of the high i-otes, as ho was observed to fall down, onod when picked tp was found to have broken a blood vessel in the hcod, which terminated fatally ol Mon. day night. We regret to record the serious illness of Mrs.t Trevan, of Lox hill. Slhe is confined to hr beld with'rfieunintiu fever. Thu friends of this lady wilt be sorry to hear there is danger of thiisilhioess proving fatal. The night classes colnmenced at the New College are being very well patronised. This wps i bohg t it want in the district, anid we are inad that the` prinoelpnl of the college have every reason to be pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

3, MQtGLONE, )louse, Land and ), Eatn ?goncy, M ·-l··N ROll, ITHA Insurances etccted. TOiu nds u o(itu l ol ·i :, H ! , shllortest notie lr. , t JOHN ,GRAY,'i 1 For First-class Boots 'I • · " 1 = '- . .. . I 'H I andl Shoes. S UNION ROAD '' , SUIRREY ,HILLS )rder Wor , protult httfhll O. ' . . -,. ., ll irs n Sploin it y ' t:, ' My Motto "sanoll profitsn u qjilkc rIIrnsI.II :1 t.'" " '"t ,r,i ' 1L l l ?11 1| Ii,;·l t i t'; : ..Tio .Ha orli ,,Iivory Stables, ~ OOLDINO'RTllALTTIO LilANil ST 1T' I t!. 1ill " :l' 1 iT ,. F. A. DOWDNEY, Proprioto . HIorsess anlld Traps lnt onl hire. Sp?ocial i a. .ttRlnioni gion t.o,holrus at, livery,! . iloises and -Vehicles lIloltht, old or ?Ex chlliagold. , I ` ,. t Uonrses broken to saddle or hlarness. TII CA.IcnIhIWliI.tJr MEAT SU'PP'IY illunv openedlirelllsps' at CAM . I 1, El' Y II OAD. UPPEIR IIAWTITOUlN, Wh'luero they inttlid o allpplyll their customerls with best uinat at low prices. R. Siinkin, ALLEN STREET, LAUNIDRY. AUUURIN. All kinds of lau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

THE "REPORTER." ''Thlo official advurtising ancdiun for tfo: Nna;.wiadi,,g, - oroo,,Bla, nid Donouastr Coauncils. Tilll .ONLY LOCAla JO0Ui L N A L. : : this Di itrlclt, ; In dL 'u blish ed " ha, 1'uhslalaea EVEIIY ,IID)AY, S Anld Coatainaa . . I FULL IIEI'OIITI Of ail tlh " -LOCAL COUNCILB. IALL KINDS L !.L'~s ,q N -1 .~~ Dwno on tia MQST, :IEASONAJLIh 1, :, ... i. EI I ' " iI l-? nt , II, ~ f ..,J t IRONMONGERY . IRONMONGERY! Startling A1nouncooot! I E1 IO6rAL INTO I E .PRfEMISEj S J UN10DDON- & COA , - S•: UJRIEY Iliph[8, BEG to tlhaak thi lpublic for thi Liberal Support hithertoaccorded them and hope, by retailing thu bent of articles, to merit a continu alice Of th 1110, n. Their Stockl haa been laraely increancd in order to cope with the iucreaaing daleaanald. There in aio nledl now for peoplu to run to towll, as they ean ,urchasu clheanper and better articles an our new uluop. Attntiaton i directed to tlu followin articles -- :. , .u- 1 , OVOtns, arates, nantlepicroe, ...

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He Kicked Thrice. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Ho Kicked Thrice. " Y.s, we melet with all sors of Jpeople) e're," answurcd thu railroad ceondICttor, as hle satdlown ii tlhu stioker aftter usmaking his rounds. " ft is a great place in which to stuiLy humia llntl IIarI'C."' "Aren't therel a good many kickers anonig travellers " " Pllty of themi. L could lhave a fight every Ihoulr ini the day if I iWanted to talk back. Tihere is ont in tlie third seat nlaad now. I u lives at !---, 'nld hle never comses or goes withlout trying to kick up a row." "JlI seems quiet etnougli." "'lut he only scencs. I'sl expectiig every minUte to hear hIis wtar.wltoop. it is just anl hour's runli to I--, IanII I'll bet he ,nakes three kicks in that timec." "I'll go you for a box of cigars." . " IDone old fellow i" They were shaking hands on it wheln thle istn rose up iandu wen to the water cooler. lie took two or three silps of water atd tIhenI walked -back to the colnt dLctor atd said : "WVlhen you getl readly to clean the drugs nand cletieals out tf' t...

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The Desiccating Question. MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

The Desiccating Question. IU}NICIPAl, CON'FERENCE?. A. meeting of representativos of netropolitan uiiiuciepalities was hold on Wedesdllast y afteornool at (]leo i[elboiurno Tow'n J fall to collsidelr what, steps shouldh be tlaken to establishl desiccatig works for Melrbourne anld suburbs. Thie lPrcsi dontii of the IloardL of Ilenlthli, IMr. C. A. Topp, was in the chaini. 'There wore iresenlt--'l'Tho Mayor (Cr. Lang) and Cr. ierce, Melbourne ; ICr.' Voice, Coburg; (Jr. Iloadloy, Nuntiwading; Cr. l(night Wi ianistowi; Cr. llais eck, cluing tol and heisington; Cr. f'Calliuhmi, Heidelborg; 'r. Turner, 1.Il.A., St. ihlda; Cr. Westley, 11awthorn; Cr. S tilnan\l. MlI heini; ('ir. l'iurnoir, !1'r ]11'111; {-r1' W ethrrill, lHiehmond ; Ind uor. M'MSihon, Il' lrroy. s Thle h oouiniitte of Tlito conflrnce ro poured lhni( ho fuollowlng sits had boonl chosen for lho ercution of the dusieca. tors :-1. For Melbourno, Foolseriy, NorLth Mulbourne, lemingltLon and K(n1. sigltoen, opposit thlao origih...

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Lay of Ancient Date—A bad egg. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Lay of AuAicnt Dato -A bad cgg. Tile I)abo in t1e1 Wouod--Twihl i n oradlo. Shtorltoo thLin in thw World.-A profuasional borrowor'u nIInOlOry. The PI'aron.-Ol a very good livi?lg in clunlbollt is hu; so he preachu?, Gooud living'u inlculmbolnt on nue. First Tranp.-I'Int nll fixod, 1ill. I got a job no gardener for a gentluman'u pltuce i Jeraoy. Hccond TranImp (ituazed)-Iut gardenit' li work. First Tralmp (InowinglIy)-Nolt in wintur. "I undurultand," ldtl it I anlloidloIu young woman enltering the prlntin uOlllco, ' talt you oillJoy only girle, and tlnt you are iin need of aI forowolnian," ? ' 'Yea," rtpliedthItu, printer. , " CanI you Inako pl a forlln 7" L Jultl look at Il u ld Ce, allo lnllwered, turnilngll lorl around. Shot wzw oaqgagod. " You donl't sunt to beo gottini logllut very Wyoll,'' aid thu IIImtIn ill the operating cltdtr. ·P ,No," replied thwdulltiu," "1 Illvtv ltruck a snag."

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AN EMBARRASSING INTERRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

AN EiBARRASSING I NTEIR IRUPTION. Ioshad calledtha~ i?e:ry ovirnlng, anxnious to decidu lio in fate, And hisrheart in quickeneod moasure time kept beating, While tho hopeou he long lhad cholrished t ?ronmblingly hisi tonguie dlid state, And ho plcndod for the word his joy cornm jileting ; Dutl theo maidalen coyly dallird in tho latticr of reiply, As a unaiden otens will, ohl! whim tIhe olddc, Lelt tool rolllo t an1 acquliecscnlleC mighht ilappear ill lover'8 eye, iasmto illdecoroacs aniid not exactly nmodest. On hisi kllcees Ilu c ravedl the answer that would brighten, all hi; life, Asnd ihis plea was as suOh merL'its love's conll passion, As her beggedl that lsho'd consent to be hist lha?pliins, hIis wife, And im lored her in the regulation faslion. W1hat reply ~he would have malde himi the Ilnrrator callnot say, i'or lcer littleo brothelr entered unllawares, And his shouts aldjourneId proccedinga in a hurried sort of way ,laminna comle, for MIr. Smith is havin' prayers I"

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Council News. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Counoil News. UNNAWADINGC COUNCIL. afoNDuw, SEPT|EIIn I. lProesont: Cr. l'cpporill (L'rcsideunt, in tho .cchairg, mid Ct'ru. lawlinigs, AmXthlir,r Cookb, IDishop, Morton, IIoadlcy, Ellingworth, and Serrpjli. From Wain. I lyrno, of Tunmstall, comnplailing that damago had been done to tho entrance to his land throughl thu attemlpt whicih had boeen madei to drain Mrs. Kelly's property. Ti?e ontranc to his property w'as now actually dmangorous, and dtlritm thie past fow days throe drays liad beoo clapsizeod there, lI hoped thie council would attend to it. Thie matter was left in the hamlndus of time oenugineer to attendl LO. Front Walter ldwards, stating thalt through the stoopness of the bank out sido his gato, his lorso full over alnd broke hirs leg, and had to o b dostlroyed. .lHo lhad put abridgu over the guttor wlhich had cost him tC1, for which ho wanted componsation. (Cr. Ellingworth said that l? had inslpected thu place, nd ( a .second bridgo was requnired. -The council agreod t...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
East Doncaster State School. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

East Donoistor State School. • Mr. WV. it. "Walsh, who had for some years past litd chargo of tlhe Splring iI'oulit School, near Croswickl, hls nlately beenl Lransferred to the lihad teaehershilp of East I)oiicastuor School. Weo congratulate the llihabitatlntlls of 1th district oin the nadvent lamongllLst thet of it golllleniian of suclh unIlldoubotd ablilitly as Mr. Walsh, mul feel sure thaL it a very short lile hle wrill clevnao the JIaslt )olln. caster School to as high a stanldard as thait attaitned by the Spring lMountl School. lFrolu the " Croswicek Advortiser of 15th instwe extrsactlho followilng nadoount of a ]lresontation made to Mr. and ~Mrs. \\Wralsh on their removalor froln the distriect. A very plOeasant gathering took pilace at the American Horll lotel on Friday oven.ll ilg, when a llllnumber of friellds nioL for the pirpose of wishing Mr. Walsh, lato hleclidt Launchelr of the Spring LMounllt Stlnt Suhool, "God.t .speood, andll of present. ille ]him witlh a token of th...

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A Fine Sample of a Special Constable. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

A Fino Sample of a Special Constable. -Amonlg?t the numbers who wero sworn in as special conustables a few weeks ago was a ]lonedict who lived not a thlousiiid mliles from llox lull. Ono night this newly-hledged limb of tile law. canlu home the worse for (rilink, anid not hlaving aniything better to do lie eoIu memicced( to ilusoe hIis wife. Not conteit with the use of his tongue he took it into 1is i?head to hIa-t the \woman whom h10 e Ihad pledged at the altlr to lo\ve uII chesritm.c . Ilis better hialf could not stadll thi, a so slhe very wisely s?-lmt for olle of tlhe ordinary Iiitiiluei.s of the forIu to keep her hils hald ill order. \\'hien I it irri'ld Ji 1a1(l as iimuch as he could do to biring the "special " to his seillses, itllla it wasi not llltiil 11( had taken it coullplo of talls out of his iiiiuil thllit lie siICCOeeded in iiccoinplihin, his tinsk. 1Ic tholn lind to Imanini 1'so ?lile time in tlhe house to protect tlhe wolnial froll the man whoelehould haveo boon her...

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Annual Meeting of the Mitcham Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Auitali Mo'ooin of tho Mitohazni Cricket Club. -0 'The utiunnl mootilg of the ,hovo club wlta hold at K{unln's8 hotel, ol Natunrdny, Hopteluber llth, when tIld' trennurer sub. miltted the il:tintc-ishotl for the Iontl acnonl slhowilllg a bhlinco oh ,i1. 10. (hl.; receipts, ..2 19,I. Gd.; expotnditure, .Ci 1 .., lotiving the anbovo bhlntc, which wns adopted. 'lThe secretary tholl read the followinvh ru. porl: 1'rte ejub, ditc,1, tlurinrg, the pattl scion, lina beenll very llucctssful, Ilinvlgl dfutntod all the lool tenlmlle, ntid cnlao oult favorbly tngaint all-cotuers, with the oxcoijtlon of Foro Treo oully, to whom they had to lower thiloir coloreon two occasions. The 'IIImot not*. nblu victorhes have boon over ]llnokburn end Clnterbury, lhiving defeated both thIseO ternis twice, tIottv, in o ol uoh oconelio being mote decisive. They lnhave, durilnlj the .npaht sonlon, phlYOd 2) itlltiollra, tHIHntllninlg throe tlefents, woOl 18, nlld four d'rawnI, with ano tiggrcgatne score of 28H...

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Fatal Accident at the Box Hill Brick Works. A MAN KILLED BY A FALL OF EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Fatal Accident at the Box Hill Brick Works, C· --:o:-- "iA IAN' KILLED )BY A FALL OF EAlTII. A magisteral inquiry was held in the courthouse, iox 1llill, on Thursday, 11th Inst., ly ?iir. Win. Ellingworth, J.P'., touch. tilhe deatll of a man naniod \Williaml Peter. eon, who wan killed while workillng ill the clayhole on tile previous day by n fall of earth. , The following evidence was tliakenl: John King sltated that he was the foroleman of the alalyhole, and thalt lie know tlhe doe eeasned, who was 3.110 years of ageo, and had bell emlployeod at tile works for about tight week.. lie last saw the deceased about 1.30 p.m. on lthe day of thle accidlent, and it was the duty of deceased to bore aiidi break the elay. Tile acelidlont wnes ocausedl Iby a quantity ofl earthl givinlg way and allilg about 10 or 12 feet above the lspot whenro the decqased was working. Fully two truck io'adis otf earth fell. lie oeuld not state what oausied the earth to tall. T'lieor w as noneglect on tIhe pia...

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Hawthorn Police Court. IMPORTANT EXCISE PROSECUTION. DEFENDANT FINED £25 WITH £5 5S. COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Hawthorn Polico Court. IM1PORTANT EXCII8E I1IOSMCOUTION. DEFENDANT FINED £25 wren £5 fGis. COSTS. Mr. O'\Icara, 'P.M[., and a full bench of magistratos were occupied for a consideraleo timo on TreLsdany last oveor tho enaso of Helonry (Iravillo, anl cn ployo of Jolhn M'l'helsroli, wino land pirit merchant, Camberwell road, Camiberwell, Itnpector O'Cionor had it the laust sittings procoeded against lirenvilloc for selling liquor in less uialtity than was providiled by tihe Act. It was thlo atdjourned to the present sittings on several technical olbjections taken by Mir. Ciaunson, who Ippeared for tihe defence. When the aseo was opoened this morning, Mir. ,'. A. Smythlo (Crown Prosecutor) lppolrced to prosecutle, owing to Mr. Liunison contending on the last ccasion that Inspector O'Connor had mo standing to prosecuto utinder the statute. 1Mr. Smytle said, although he was satisflled that Inspector O'Connor was the proper person to prosocute, hlo was directed by tihe Crown Law Dopart me...

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A Burden Heavy to be Borne. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

A Burdon Hoeavy to bo Borne. [11 ,\Stx. sIIIeI 5UTItIIIIt.,NIi, s.\.] It i often ll rgllcedl ill favor of prilective dutties, that the aSttoe must raiso n reventoue, nlld if so, the taxnlaiol i iitilllosu.s unty just as untily be fratelld so s to alTolrd soel shllolter from thilt liero conlltptitioilll whichl is so aptil to aweep out of existncela the nasoontI ilIdustrils of a yo)'unlg country. lInt in til contentionli it is forgutton that u)s ooinl no manlllufactulllres spring uplll in lla country under cover of proleetvo a illlett, theoro is a hlonvy bulrdon li oginning of lillacknowlleged (nan. lionl, )utleo ae ro-luvid whloh iu, Statenl neverreciolved, antl of wvhlihl n it account is taken, because they applloar ill noll relturlle and Ilgure in io statistlio. Yet they airo nlone the less a forml of Lxatlio,. andil indllleed, a very grievoYuoIs form. For, in return for olur other ItxesU we receive gtret individual and public bcellits; bit in ruturn for thlis un. iekuowetidgeld ta...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wyclif Congregational Church, Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 19 September 1890

Wyclif Congregational Churoch, Surrey Hills. Thu founlttl on tia oui of i now brilck olhurch wash liid at tu°roy Hllls, on Maturdtay afternooll last, by the )Dr, levan, Notwithstanding that thu weather was most unpropitious thoro was, it hlrgo attendnlco Iprosolit,i anid the eoroilony wnas throughout a most plealsing one, Th! ulight discomfort, owhii to tlho raill Iitving lniade the grotnd -sllppory and ulcoinfortablo under foot, was moro thanl reconl ponsed by lthe good fToeligifilindid bshl to oblige, which prevailed upon every hand. .., Trli' stoi hla ving boon placed in position, Mr. J, B, Nicholson pro sented the Rov r])r. lovan? vith ai handsolmo silver trowel suitably en graved, with which to prfornl the ceremony. 'lihe rov. gentiuman thou declared the stone to be well alnd truly laid in the usual way. lie said that the conlunitto o had decided not to phico luany coin in tho- cavity of the stone, in whloh only lthe local lpalpers woere ' insorltd,. 'liy walnited all the lione...

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