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Robberies at Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

;!i t obporoiop,,at Ca~ltorbury.. , A lurilig burglari'y woe 'commLiiiitted o00 Alfiit i:iol lipgF rfniucyhaoot lhoip wan broein iiito, aiiii IaIl liio goodls tIiiineid topiny-tiirvy. 'Tlhe ;olp was uiittnetl Ie r td u b Irout wiildow. Qitolof the Hhnltttero wcre IaUkn downi, anid it ititilo of gIlun bIrkeni, thrioughl wlicIh the Iuirglorit cintered.T ' hlo wasloi won III fl flow huoote atndu shIIoe, which wrO ItruwnI all ovce theu plaict, it in iiot Intiowii whether any were tiiken. tulr. (lollding in iiot ohio to onacrtaizi Ii iOni, ntiil lie niIpaIcut hit ilvoiceCH. 'Thu i: tte jintntiioni f Mr. hitoiiing to offer ii reti'utic oC .A10 Cuo it Crmationtitti that will lend to the ctnvilctioun of tile ollfetders. )letweuti Satuirday inight lost IntI1 MItntiay itwrniiig It buiildintg, which' in bitung erectetd hy Mide. Xii. Oliiir, lion titsenterdt Itid car ipenttui.' tolt, Valuetd tl 1tilt., were attloti.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Strike and the Fiscal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

Nollhlit'i Ia' ;itiot' 1n~pa.~iiuh~li ~lhno thel 1rc'tl Ilabotr 'ciIat$ t lilt ctdata' Ilhroojyl 1oot hlo kol~th iltti broadtlil or Aritrat..al~w a, nodi inldioitoal llotLn n icl denltlr~~ or thdn etribtou lalost1 ha ntlrlbntlotl to thin Irt'Odll lionel p~ohidy of huei country.·3 Now leton nen witen thcu l cL'tflt ilte, lot· httetutttea, 4i.i Lyon" Il"hutyfir, RI~.llI., 000 oft he tanunt u,tiiiul teot et~uttnu u~ld vetotathtth, e(ttegtttol~lit Ioa~nLCiton U~ndo tu aucinthainl," 1butw\~.ytu.\ HIIV0!? etw I.y~1nOtl'iOtt tyt linotl Ltet it j pcwiahletnl tlqjnu,e it retar~de fveeuhoiudo frvottt freedrot or trnie, oad~ at: 4hlt c~lelto f~vr axhho~ o atdpa1 4 n o ioloccy. 1c hlicafi c flBc( if it becae Ibcce his lclioy of lrotection Lhuihls upn clonopoliosI mii acl cc10 ChdccbLticd uingccch'ci l AYo liWe idoitoic lhe euthiority of the OlCief SCoruecy t(cr. A ifre lUI )t'j lkiuc) i t' is1trntd 6c uccio?uio ii< h t Ineorccsue mlulc rulatew wc,'go. \Yell, if tils bhe the cle thilt...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

Council Advertisomlents. S 111?1 OF NUNAWADINO. T'.INt)ERIS will be received at the Shiro .1aIl, ]ox H.lill, up to 3 p.m. 6n lMonday, 20th September, for a Contract 43.--lornlntion, Metalling, and; Construction of ridge on tho lMiddle. hororoad. . ') \ i Plans and Spccillcation~s nty hoa soos iat the Shiro Offices. A deposit.of.5 per. centl.. st. accompalny each ltender, and tihe lowest or any tender will not necossarilyl einaccopted., / \ (By order.) ' I.I AUGl I'TO.N, S?hiro.Seureienry. Blox IHill, 17Ith Soptoube-r. 1S:,). S111RLE 0o, DONh OASTEl. SHIRE POUND. Applientllons are invited frboni liesonla willing '% TAS to the' Council a'. lAIOE OF LAND suitable for a Pound. Applications, stating full particidn?s, to he addressed to the 1'rosident, not later than live p.ln., Monday, October lth. , ]lY onler, It. I'DOWELT?, Soc. ,Plro. T'cl.m I COiEA TI0 N -,11 IALL, NN, J! XDAY, ,OC~il31' MIISS ANNIl ] BlIANDT'S " AUsTrns.io %- CosMuieiy Court?.m ?' Mliss Annio Jrlandlt :a just reotur...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

BURTON AND KNOX' ESTAlILISEIIED 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Melbourne Centoennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. .3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. Cniri.ingos, 11?ggies, rPhatons, Gigs, &c., in stock iand built to order. IEP1'AIRS AND RENO1VATING. GUARANTEE1 A1L4. WORK. DESTIGNS SUll3I1'TT'TEI1D. s. S .N S O 4W, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill "(Ol'P'OsITl'l '.TlRAM TERMI".ILNUS), And at Surrey Hills and Camberwell. GIG, CARIIIIAGE and BUGGY IIhA1N.ISS MADIE TO OlDE.IRIE COLLAlIS C.AlEF'ULT.Y FI'ITEID. WHIIPS, IIIUSIIES, RUGS, rAc. 77 Second-hnud lInrness lought, or Exchanged for Now. - Grand Spring & Summer Show. MISSES COLLINGS STATION STtIt.tiT, B1ox 1t111... Present their compliments to the Inhabitants of Box Hill and other districts, and wish to bring under Inotire that the Senson's (Goods are now Opened for Ins ection, having Ildtec their Shlowroonl comnip e f...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

U. 001 0~ow. W . Someo of 110 shoiar'ers in Calperdo'lt ii\ to ar mlemtbers thho union, isa t(hat as tihe'o its" no quln'rr?l btwoi en then. at I heir.eu., plhycre, they will refuse to obeyl lt manldate 'liin{ thoutout, ~dl\'od nttby )risk thie iir. lruce t lllh, uothe Ciomis:tiior Itof ].lbliei ,yorks its Now S hutl?h Waled, apus bI a very kind heartedlita.- lh cre is a smUplel of hit fellow-ffeeling: " That if tunionists wetl to exrcltt'ts, they wunlld bou ilult dovi ilike dogs. Who i the dlog?? T'le 'In ionist or tIheo lnisioOlr ? C. ,l i" ?R i.On' r , A cas?' for tnnintllenllalncc t'vitd tl llhollh Melbourne on Mmulay,w\hen l thto ben'h nhd an order ;f!tr tt.,pl w' ic a~ t tuivy |;linect-ri, Sost. A mcoo of a cinilar deseriplito wan lied at tho liox Ifill Court on Friday, tit in thio latter instalnce, tho girl got L lhi,?llc no tihe evidence disclosed the fact that there was siomething.lit ollliollncluin her olaltieter. F"rolm the aboitd it'will be seen thlttouor lorn)i are not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

'V'I'ense which was invs\'tigated by th I liox HIill ollnch of i1iigistrates on Friday hist, in whicth ai young girl sued, as shie allogedl, tihe n1 n who hald caused her ruinl, is nil evident indicai tion that sociotyti : l thi younllg cuolony is not whalt it ought to le. As tie e~videince was olicitdtl it Ihngail to unl fold n terrilo ltatoll of nlllirs. In falt, it wiis imost shocking, wheln viewod fromn i iaoi'al standpoinit. ( iv couhlild h111ly hiivo believcdl it unless thoy hliLarl theo vidence'it given. Il ler is i young girl who is not ol t orf her "teens," unmarried, with an infant in   her runll. [Her itorty wiis it most pilinblhe oal. Iisteiiiiig to thi rlo ilises of the inmall whoi llliid emsed her ruin, .she wias il alst'ray. I inte hatv ing tklikti it falso stop, (ldsce.'it wias easy, inti now sthe lilidS hirself almost in - outcaist. Without inonoly and friends, she is thrown upon the world, linil in ilddition to haviilng to support liersell, lIIha to pr...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Council News. DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

Council News. DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.     Present: Crs. Sell (in the chair), Zerbe, Lawford, Tully, Winter and Smedley. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.     From Arnall and Jackson, respect- ing sketch of seal forwarded for council's approval. Received. From Dr. A. P. Vaughan, applying for the position of Medical Officer to the shire. Deferred until next meet-   ing. From Abbot, Eales and Beckett, solicitors, re liability of council for   Tram-road. The firm's legal opinion was that the council would not be liable except an accident happened at the junction of Whitton's-road and   Tram-road. Received.   From Mr. Wm. Meader, junr.,   accepting the position of treasurer to the shire. Received. From Nunawading Council asking council to name time and place for   conference re bridge over ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 September 1890

TO LET.;," J. McGLONE, House, Land and Estate Agency, MAIN ROAD, MITCHAM. lnsurancea offeeted. Loans negotiated on shortest notice. The Hawthorn Livery Stables, GOLDING'S HALL, GOLDING ST. F. A. DOWDNEY, Proprietor. Horses and Traps lent on hlre. Special attention given to horses at livery. Hlorses and Vehiclos llought, Hold ,or. Ex. changed,. Horses broken to saddle or harness. TIE CAMBERWELL MEAT SUPPLY   Hnave opened premises at CAMBERWELL ROAD                   UPPER HAWTHORN, Where they intend to supply their customers with best meat at low prices. R. Simkin, ALLEN STREET LAUNDRY. AUBURN, All kinds of laundry work done. A reduction nado to families. Furniture and tinware repaired. Scissors and knives ground. Umbrellas mended. A Card. DR. MASON (Late of Collins Street). Ilaying commenced practice at Lox Hill miI y be consulted at his residence White H...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

I E 11 0 OF NUNAWADINGU. TI'NDI ' iES will bo received al the Shire Hall, 0ox l Hill, up to :0 p.m. on Moniiday, 13tlt October, for Conitract 'l:.-Aplihalting, Wlhitu Horso road, Box 11 ill. Contract lII.--Conistructioji of Five Pil. chior Crossioig, :Station slroeo, lux Hill. Plans and ple cilicationls Inaly lie Suell at tlho Shire Officcs. A delosit of 5 per, cent. inut alt ccoImpiiny eanli tuidelr, In'i thl lowest or iInly ctender will not necessarily Ih accepted. (By order.) W. JAll, llTO)N, Sliiro Socrolilry, Box 11ill, 2nd October, 1800. THE ".REPORTER." Tl'he official atIvoit'iniig lucdium for th9 Nunawading, 13oroondara and Doinca?tor Councils. THIl ONLY LOCAL Inl this District, Is Published EVEiRY FrlDA.Y, ' And Coiniaija FULL RIEPORTS Of all tho SLOCAL 0 CO UNC 0LS. ALL Kl'(Q ii Of JOB u h11 PRINTING TEI1, ou.1 tleo*. o!*Ol'-IB OADi''!''* - JO PtlNTIia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Entries At Fifty Dollars A Head. A METHODIST RAISER'S STORY OF HOW HE GOT 81,800 IN A WESTERN TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Family Entries At. Fifty foouara A Head. A ia[i.rtoui'r ltatrsn's Stounv or Ilow - Il:.[ C or 8L,800 INx .t 'iESTIssN Tow.s. ThIo Iev. [er. Crouch, missioanary for, the Brooklyn Methodis, Churuh Ext.en siont Society, told the congregation of the Sunllner Avelnu ,[Methodist Churhol iin liroolclyn the other evening some of his oxperietcosilln raising money for debt cninulberled uchurches. Amlllog others he related the following:- - h"I lnd agrored to do. what T' coulnh toward raiinng 8l,800(o debl r'ti + 't"l"`" !clurchl in a We\sterin villahige, and when . aligllod at the de tlt on Saturday eveli jing I was anet bly thie pastor of the church, who pointed to a carrhlgo near by and said the ownoer of it was waitiig to ake - n1o homno with hint. I was also 0old that any entlerallinur was at wealthy farl'lle' who haid refused to give Lany niore money towards raising the debt., satying that lll had already dlone all Ile could. ]ecitiusi_ of his refusal sever'al other prominent Inmoellbers...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Interesting Love Story. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Ai, Iintord6iilng Love Story. ---:o:-- ' Marry I)y daughtler--marry Evla ? No, Sir l' " ~And tPrfesoit Asa glared over hil cruciblo at theo twhowho had ventlured (o invade his laboratory, to ask his conseint to their utddinll--l1va, his sunnyhaired'C daughter, anld Pr'estotn Ier., her lover. Years ago PrestonL I eco's fatler uhad wont front littp tlhr ehlridphet?' idpl of his lheid'r' lid'oltuigad the tetrry youth to the silenit, oody o mnu. 110 married ill outrse 6bf Lin.!6? ltt1 his wife died after II tfew years of wedded life, and loft behind her this one daughtlor-Evl.n I'rofessor Aga was startled to sco that his dautlghter's face heamted with a womnn's purpose. Ife had thought her a child, but love had awakened hIor soul. ' it may be for years, it iatty be for over, Itt I will wait for PJreston. IPapa, you will consent tit last. I camilot lull why, butt L know it will beo so.' she de clared, smiling through hIer tears. SIt shall never be! John Aga will novelr givo his consent f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF NUNAWADING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

SHIRE OF NUNAWADING. i !Thifollowiilg balanco-alioot for tho year ondiuii 310h fOn tombur, 1800, waV 3ubmllbittld to tho iu uinil by the uoorotary on Monday lanl, and roculveo a.nl doptod:- . l____________11ECEO PT .-. '* .... * _ . (laoioraT NorthI C?onru H8uti -- -......llocoipta. lilding. Ilidi"" -llidi' :l . ..a d. .1; '1i d L ," . d. o hfr" (t ,t] ' f (. * 13t8!3 10 (I 8151 2 1(1 2 361- 3 331 * 3 b113i1cirirr t1 - d 1 : I10 13 Io 12 1.1 0 1313i1 131 512 A I! , arrears .. -- . , ' 18 fi. 187.117 )10 ( 12 1' 0. '0 )1 18. 0 (Iovmr'inl ondlowt ilo l . .; .. 0:37 12 ( 11913 0 11 1.111 "5 H IllIl 3i 1 Agricultural statiliua . .. .. 17 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1'Pullicaul' liconses . .. .. 111 0 0 110 8 H 21 5r 2;0 5 8 Noxious tradoa' Hunso .. .. . 117 2 0 10 0 0 17 2 0 10 0 0 8,.la 1,,0941 ..... ....0., e e.- *1 0 1. 2 3 0 1 0 0 w!tn3hit 3)3) 0 0 7 10 7 0 J aThagreJ t on , ol, .18 12 6 17 17 fl ,2" r ,0 10"106 T 1ioH icT . 2 15 0 1 0 0( 1 Ini,x 0 -0 0 '33 1'oliwo lines .. ... .. .. .. 18 1...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Getting Rich by Small Inventions. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Getting Bich by Small .LV entions The NOW Jersey man who hit upon the idea of attaching a rubbbor erasing tip to the and of load pencils is worth -2OO,O.O ...9.. - 'i .fit llstrl'who il?lented a mletal rivel or cyelet at each- end of the mouth of coat and trousers pookots, to resist the straiu! ciiused by the' carriage bEf piecj' Of ore tand heavy tools, has mado moro mnony from his letters patent than hei would havo mado had ho struck a good vein of gold-bearing quartz. iEveryone has sooeen theo metal plates that are used to protect tIhe solos of rough shoes, but every oneo doesn't know that within 15)_years the .mllan who hit iponi the idea lilts llmado 250,000. As largo a stunt s wIas eve\' obtained for iany irlvcnion wai s ,ijoayerl by the Ysanksc, who invleutel tlihe inivertleL glsas bell to hlng over gas Ijets to protect ceiliimgS fromt beiig blakened by sm eke. The iznventor of the roller snato has made $1,000,000, notwithstanding the fact thatL his patent had nearly expired ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wooing A Lady Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Wooiug A Lady Doctor. A 'youig, lady dector who hlifd 4jst 'uadnliitedt at Ia Northerni collego loO8lc1il Iserresidenco in thle Smill Texass town of ossum I follow and hung out her shingle. By her amiability and kilndness to [lle sink and sulToring she sooil overcalno thd ijiidio ninst fol t alllilo physicians and b?camo qulito Ipo llar with all classes. nlliko regular dsotors, ,sl'h)advertisodl in the local pmiiers, niidstlius shio mnado the ac quaiitanco of Major Jnil EdwarLds, theo elitor of the " .Possum Hollow1 lingle." I ta was an enorgetic, ploasa!nt sort of a fellow, tnd lie took an inmn nilediiIlo liking to the lady physician, who, while not very lty Inidsollo.n , wans intel. ligent and oenitertaitiing, although some. what dovoid of sentiment. .[om's visits to heor boarding-houso bocamn quito fro. rtuol, and it was plain to thoe most obltsel thut ho was very mutch in love. I)r. Jbnnio SaIwyer-for that was the name of thoe new arrival-while polite and' entertaining, did not ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Council News. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Council Neows. NUNAWADI)NCr COUNCIL. Proslent".: Cr. l'eloorill *(L'resident, in the" chair), an[ Clis. liawlings, l'Ar\tbu.., C'ooko,ý, ilshop \ Mortoou, ( otwn sero nounc Froinm D)insdalo anut Head, coin pliniihi Lliiithe liyhad huaii unjustly dealt with by the council asking them for a report uas to the delay of their u4onttraet'"and l tlhmu losing "it; Tl'oy *Lated that kju .meginucer'a .rlortl twas. falso fromn beiulnimg,t1 oend, int lif; thl council wouiuloolk at the ilates in the engineer's letter they would say rthre 4anuo. 'lhune ngineer said they were only dahuyed'fou:ti week thrlbughuI not lavi'ing th?lef a iuil r.eady foi them.a 'lThey were delayed from theo 'rd of Dacomeuliu' Ato, tlu;'2nd , of .,January.; They uuso stated tiat they `hind leun delayed for a fortnight over the cul 'ert,?IcilAdsd tl;l ongint e r Woiuld I idt' tell them Whluro; itlYWIs to go. .1144i ceived. From tho ]lox H]ill 13h idkCo., sti ing that they would supplythe touin oil with broken bricks for E...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Capital and Labour. ALEXANDER ALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Capital and Labour. o- AI,lsx.tNIlI AllLAN. t IT lto lth majority of thl co)olllll ityy titoo ltornls stUll - to Ilol'r t Yvery widely dITCorent neaniulg, but to the truly thoughti thlloy alr uuloed synIOInIOs. ]Jot ally thinking man honoestly look inlto theo difo?rent roh tih hipsh existing btwounlt capital and labpr, tryig is ing th1? hubji:btl 'n all iit 'iaritgd ranlllcollons --this limo boholding the applarenlt grcatnos of capital, tltt tito tho prodigious achieve llollnts of labol', and Itl)lo, b|COlllilng bu wildcred ami truly lperploxed onl lilldlig that" unch is inseloatrtoly iterwovenll, tho ono with the other, and he mUt perceive the ki >ship 'lstrike." As these Hialmloe prodigios hlad to thilnk, the one thought (if thalt thought bvolvedt ?n actiou in which each took I part), so with cnpital tittd labor there must, to lto pelfect e II tIll tl),khclrlppgeillultllsiwimtl u ,l t be of `th hetld or handtl, money or work, there lm ust, b com plotue? un ltlhlity.,..The tiulo...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Canterbury and Balwyn Literary Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

Cantorbury and Balwyn Lioterary Inistitute. -0-o On 'Th'ursilay night Inst it musical evening, ndurtll (le auspices of t'he;ahoar societly,`wit hl i(li'i iI oldin's I lfll, lhlwyu?n when it very interesting progratluu was rendered to the satisfcltion of a largeo audiinco. T e on terlaimiient ,as opened by MisIs Stall with a Itpinnoltuf solo, "The lhinruItio us llackmsuith.'" This was very nicely played. Miss Smith followed with a song, "?'h (Qcen of the earth," wlhich was sang in it pleasing manner Mrlr . Cunlingham tlhen( dhlightl the itulielcte with with *TThI asnt \altch.". i' rcclhttion, ` , entitled 't Thb' -;ailor," was given by MZr.Stnall with much force andi emphasis. Miss I'ropstring gave n much euTe.t, " I Love Thee So," and 'Ir. lSmith brought the first part of the euler. tainment to i close by singing " The Skipper's Fnug.', T'he second lortiolt was opened by Mliss Hmall with i piano solo. The next item was a duct, " Oh, Fairy Wand, had I theu 'ower." by Miss Smith. and ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERFORMANCE OF A STRANGE VOW. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

I'trouhrr attbe .6FA SiulIosL Vow- A wopinIL with L illaillIlL hisItory tiiisi jilt died nt OlfuL, ini JtLuLunnry. IraulteLil lilln tnlld 1(o¢ for ;LL) ycars gIoo ouitst ide Ihe oLLILLI. ThIe 'raLtuluhi. wils thu daLghtler of wtll~todo, pareunts:il 'lL irty years ago tlho wnas alpretty glrI, miod wns utbout to o tLLarridcl. I her- loveL oLLLo dah(L. L t Lteat her (Iorlltfl'iellco iii love,,, dletliredl tier on 4 coirtaiL lI[,-st dny nit t ti lt iLllo the atlrctl. XtIio promised sII l IwIod LLot, buIt (lid noLLt eupi ther ItrLlniliio, adllL wnIILt ilito thu towin. 'ThLe Lst. daiy hrlo iveL' crLLLL to' ((eu her, aiLit ,truaightviw i,-tea' it ter fruin herC uLLgagineLot, siiyiii thiit ii iil Wt-1) I who ild hiut mLL(kLL ho iloiail t IL .LriLic wi2Ws Lot. ((Lit. tble toL IL t w ife. Ii 55i t~iiiu, by waiy of efltigutloL an LIL·LII .l'l 0.0 (I II,'' thIuLILL LLoick ai vowLI Ithat Lnever againLL duLriLng LIr tife (inILo wvoild sheL ea~ve tier (((ouLe -((Ld itlt (I keptLt her word. t'liiLt...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

S PORTING, _CilCKIT.I' Ti'o Ilox lill Cricket (Ground will be a sohlrce of great attraction lo-mlorrow after on1100, na thili Lo1uniutnIIIcouI OIi1 of toiit enasoii takes pilce, andith~lll sth 1 ill: Willmet the 'nuxt'15 'Td give the tleaIis full opportuniity to conl. elude' the match, play will cqnumenco at 2 o'clock. The eBox 11111 'Teniipoaniollrass lBand have signitid their intention of being presenit. and will delight the attendanco by choice seleclions,. Il addiltionl to the above, the President of the glub, Mr. Johnll HIergeallt has sclt out a largo' numiiber of inviations to the players and their friendatopairtakd oflhis genellrolus hospitality, andl no doubt a hearty response will be the result. This gentalitan is showing a great hinterost in the"club and is anxious to make it popular in the district. Tho? 1st. 11 :are as ilolows:-Mllck, Cook, Carsonl, Meader (capt.), l'ayinu, oid, Scdlioober, Hteel, Toon, White and Ward. El'nrgonces, Willis and Jolhnstonie, r T 7~\ Arlingt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Matrimonial Adventurer. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 October 1890

A Ma _t__lloniM, dvggl tlrgr Mfidmne Vualhor, i blooming and buxosm lPairiimi widow, showed i \vwqlldy'rfl, iglior iuco of the world for one of har giiao Itld ox. prtiunucu, when shu allowed hlorulf to bu 'w nllaiud egregiouly Eby a nlilighlt'erlant ol induatry, who pullud out it limdfitl of jlu-' ious banik-Inoteo beforu lhr, and rleprolunted hilmiolf to be an important poraon ih1 (ilieo wholesalo butter trade. Thu widow fod ti?dd man brough b before thu magistratus 'recently. She related that he calld upon lher msoeno lonths ago, and that after hIaving exslibiltd. his uforged inols and . chaiR coimflnrcial uradenltiali, hu asked lihr oit.bloank to inarry him. Mhlada u Vaulher di niit aay " No," but permitteud thap-oldtLonag er t{ keep her coipiaiy, aptl 1 tir t h, prospict of ultllmtu nIarirltage ifthoy sulted oteu anlluther. The cu|Illt y-opiqg , tiouud for two i'm6inti ,'At thi eid of 'Wioah' periodl the suitor naked lher for an, idvanwqq lf .C£11i, for the p'rposo of stocking "...

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