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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. Under this heading is insorted, free of charge, the nalllme and address of every one advertising regularly In our oolumns. Anyl advertiser whose name may have been omitted is relquested to coil]onunnoato at the offce. Architect 0. V. Blackburne, Box 1iill. Auctioneers Bradley and Curtain, Miteham. Iakers- J. A. Ilowie, Station-street, Box h1ill. A. Lawson, White Horso Road, ]lox Hill. Mrs. Tobias, White Horso onad, Bnlwyn. Banks Englisl, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. Melbourne Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. Bees' Supply Compaiy L. T. Chambers, Franklin Street, Miolb. Iliscuit Manufacturer Swallow and Ariell, Port Mellbourne. Blacksmith and Wheeoolwright C. Sutton, White Horse Rtoad, Box IIill. Boardinghouse ' A. T. Lewis, Canterbury lid., Surrey Hills. Bookseller C. H. Ellingworth, Main Road, Box Hill. Brasstounders John Danks and S6i, Iourkoest., Melb. Brick Works- W. C. Taylor, Mont Albert Rload, lailwyn, Builders and Contractors W. Biamford, ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

J O T"T I N G?rS. ---:o:--- SAt the meeting held in the l{?eronltilon I[all, Surrey IHills, last week, Mr. liaon Bull tntdel a very Wiseo rl?lrk ill 'pro. posing a voto of conlldeiio ti{cbMessrs. )oy, Maling anud lHicks.. Mr. Ihunsen suid that the ratepayers felt gratefull to those gentlemen *who hald .dvuoted.,su. mnuch tUle and attentio in attending to their business in the council. Tlhy got nothing for their trouble excepting that, inl 0om instanccies,, they, were rottudly abused becahmeo they could not do overy. thing that they were asked to aecomplish. Some one had said " tucasy lies thie hlat: that wears the crown," and, we are quite certain that some of the couneillorl'bht the present are not lyitig on a I' L bof down. Whenever they appear before ile, ratupayerut they ared nut-walttlrnsll-ortsodf quostiols and are taxed with having done lad with having left undone thin, r which they should not have dboie, miiW, bt;ieen the two extromes the retiring councillors tfld that their...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. "FLOATING A LOAN." CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

THE STORY-TELLER. " FLOATTI'G A T.lOA'," CIlArtan III. Then the humor of the thing seemed to seico him, for ho said suddenly: "Very well. It you don't show up with this money six months after date, you forfeit nll rights in this precious production. You shall give mne a note to that effect." It was drawn up in a few minutes, and to it the playwright tremblingly appended his name and address. The thing was done, and Felix put the two bank notes into his locket, and a weight like lead seemed to rise front his heart. "Now then, you run along," said Bob Billington; you've wasted quito enough of my time over thills precious job. This day six months remember, or I'll swallow you alive. I'm a man of my word. Take a cigar. You'll find soito in that box there. 'ut some in your pocket. Here's your hat, There, that'll do," as Felix attempted to reiterate his thanks. "I know all about that. For hoeaven's sake, man, got out I" and boefore Felix exactly grasped the situation he was standing in sp...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. AFTER THE BATTLE. Lawford Slays the Philisthic. Victory for the old Councilors. Heavy Polling in all the Ridings. Cr. Rawlings Victorious. Clayton tops the Poll. Crs. Day, Maling, and Hicks again Returned. Crs. Sweetnam and Taylor Re-elected. Cr. Dillon secures second place for the South Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

'THE& ELEOTIOrNSI Law~ford Slays thlo P~llstli~ticti ~ \~itory fojr tiic oald C~icillors,, 1Tjnr y Polling in'a· ll theo Ridings. 6hIntops- the 'Poll. Crii, Da~y, Maling, annd :Hicks a1gain~ ]Ttotunried. Cii. Swootiiam~, andt ·l.ylor~ Ro Li clctod. Cli Difinol sconrecsu'bcoud2. plac6 fo~ tho South RRi idl$ iii.~ I.i hc fu. e~liij 1htjjj fo~ji theati it l;ai 6:bee 00CCd jioiiJ dcoueree for aijoihecr ~ciij Wliilt eh)Oidi ll inl juj~Neht j1jejjjll\VUI the etei z.UoL f~oetlu cNow~lr (int thel~ wiuli of( thel mm~' pzyeruo~ hwi ben iutio knl~llown Wa bojwl hu)Hl.l I hiu lld feeyl~ci ling, clac wi l h pinyo eii~ obivni~jjdi djzrintho cob. Izllteet wl~l jiaW icel~ riy, atil Licr n t )eIeufu ~ao ieleateduj i jijilal Illy bilV~~le ii 3ajjioluu e~,ruljoii li to iia i'ia(Ii.oljli jn of tiliei( Vr~t. ''ll ipple l lOmo diec qd eltoid l jjohenl'lqwejil toe gowin lj ferd le, col~vua, and ti hcii dt aphi iti,~ !,U)it Lhoolwl I~aojlid u in e h-s it inajjcu te eold~tt

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nunawading Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

SNunawaddinq Sh1c . As ' ~tit.?.d ti,1 o"11 att is:e the cuuto at for the l buth riding lit the NIli?wt?iliut Counil wasa 1 walko)i1y; fr. CCr..; l'pperij :,:.1o! tLho Nortl riding, na ovveryone know3, the retiring nlieiher (Cr. lt:Lwlings) was~ opposed by Mr ji . It T inall. h wi I i This e luSfi, Cr. flawlings gaining the soat by a majority S3t) vote,. 9 thyr'r q, h r e of 'apollilng, wae vi-., Mlitchamd, d lb fllx surrey haills, tho interlst taken.M6hh5. contust was gonolerl throeL?iul(thi shir'. Bi £hio rs tilt o0 the ling is aIs followvs :--. , l']|kwlingi , .. . . 77 A pi ll ,. ," . .", 58 '"" ,!!T lwli l oi7 I ..... .. . . ... 1 A pinall .. .. .. 22 ' " l lpiu .....;s bUrttl'Y.. I1LL8 ... .. - iD -osul HuLL . I wlings .. .. .. 109 Whln t poll was doolarud at Mitchamn Cr. nIsrti t1hanlJkedri't it 5i5i1 jliyern sl having given him a.ljiajg'rity, and;ho would serve thIo, in theo uture ais heo had done in the pa t. iA grqnat dol of 'interest was taken- in the olectiio tor .the se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

3131 m;id k.I i'i ~II3 o·ir1ub,;; oi II3· T~lorly t 1 auul~ollly t&11cn ao r of IJ~tukborn b3'tIc~.i~ 3tu11Ca1(1i~i~ lollcU j !i't!t3Iii33) w33O3OI ;it Uki(oz~ ; 3108,!~I AlJ .TLO311113 1111~1 31o11110018s -(tu~rroy.--: lIli~) '111 1aniuu lu It) (r)iCiop3 rid A. L.~: 1'lT13I1L (SILily I~litI4)1 11P~~l )iO3C~yli tQ ~liII311 t'l. t~l1lol1t4& 311 'lllT·/iI 313111 (Sqlbo) 10131113) 13or3Qy hubo, .12 th . . r 3iiv11:3(flu1~,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boroondara Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

13 oimda,ra Shire. .L 1w re.'21L of. tIa oin CsILO Lw 'Lh tihiL) 2112111111 u isLIkIbly21 lI111l2. Lhit OL Lily l c0l2. ciIIgrsOlaJ the~ Iov Iv I l.) v of thel ratepa'yersi 21511 .11)211 11 ll Cntr lii,-'LIIutl o un~'ie ad'alty c211111 tar2 ly credtIlL theo s122111'IlL deliverel by `i"1 I~l 1111, 2t20 rotrn~ia;1 11110or, whe1111 110 211i3tillel that, \.'S . Clay1prt Iioii15,l Ltlo' 10ll with11 15 1 votof. 'LI'h;; d''l001'sr'lc3 Lh 20 noL thIIL hb nlltlv 111102 111001111 h221 10r.2 i21 a1 1IIIILILL.. 121il 1,I121L111111 21a0ner2. Cr I~211 Cr. %':i'ylir' tltir"1 'with' '2 . 41: 3I,1 21I.v:III, who 2111122 r111immi itl con2ju2121i11n with12 1211214. Seto III an.l l'I,1 y11r 2L1 Loui the1210 th pll.l~l llI11 tI022 t.. :1 . .K Layor 2121 221 LI 01111 .I. 1121 1122110 WLC211 22'Inlld 11I ill2lljliy 01'1111'1 At1211 Lth 0 delation oL 1101 pu~l lly 11the. Landi-LL (1a11i11 11'1j12121 L1' 211.anlr Clen Lilio 0111 111112 Lbc.te 0j112s1 faII 1111 adv1ance of LaI y 1 pr1, ovis' election, \')02l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAMBERWELL V. MARLTON. GREAT WIN FOR THE BOYS, WHO KICK SEVEN GOALS TO NIL. T. PRICE. THE COMING GOAL KICKER HE KICKS FOUR GOALS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

C AU1ERtWErLY V '1MAltL1OYt G.u:.T "Viz. roa rice '.3ois TVt o , PR ,C, - I 0fxo0 sKls , Pout it'u Foi-ii G0., KiI'II ....RI~ Jill I(' I.OIIrl)' ItII \'+OOIIS ' ' ! 0 l, tlihic +L lo.s'Fo ut "C:o . aOnl Slrdi titril lIst i"l hliioii l Fiootid luau Cluh furired oit; in flue sly a and itrove to Cainlbiwelt IIna ll ina lend id foirt ? hIre dral,;. !Tht were ao isio+.(ll strlp sin l" lot of y'ui ,fulq ~la,.,nlld hrnl ro ,uIti ni'lCraniliuo oo0 wollil hiave Lullight hliat hey woulhdi. rJiun l 'lit; round ti ,, Iot boys. wFlii soeniil e1 inr'i0 tillatc whol ' saindliiig bsidtlo thtir dcililbniiftsd, . 'it wilth Iplennsliru- thal 'twe ' lotico tlhe fliet' Itu thio i'isliors pinyed a straihtL for rlard nlltl ullliilyignil anld,. thouigh they, were liolpelsccly ,alctci. in 1lb! odlpark. Inonts 1 llh'e gi?aipn!g th!,y'!ealllowidt ;,, their tempirprto ovoIeomi tl2ir'juld'?,i-lt, ndt did hlitir hcst to rulriev tllc r fur tlilti till t!i gmine:as W iil:thlotd"doniit ...d for dt;iiii this Ithis l...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

TAIIOIIINGI. T IIWII II I1aal wl~drz ia il ay con~ccni.-IJEO I. 11 1)IY, HI urr3Y lrilli, hlaa had aul all round~ tooLilnOII3' fl~inn liidnIUnwrozia caigtalnoli in tho aljoe abv dejaunioxitll thant fur vir, bsXir, and 'us hln OAhN~OT l1I13 JINA5TEN ~in 'tlio wt~r hanj (icat ibcansro In· "'rcco~iiiincnlnc ~ hid Ocbclqn$ ijweod Suits at (10/- 11o- hasi voer 2 00 pbLto'ns to. cho~ona from. l(Ai woSrJ~: ');

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Council Advcrtiscmnnts. ilIRE OF NUNAWADIN(I. Declaration of Poll. The following are the numbers polled by the respective Candidates at the Municipal Election held before me on the 8th August, 1880, for a Coun cillor for the North Riding' of the Shire : VOT'F.. Alfred Rawlings ... ,hO1 Squire Aspinall ... 802 I therefore declare Mr. Alfred Rawlings duly elected as a Coun cillor for the North lRiding of the Shire of Nunawading, WILLIAM IUAU(lITON, . - "turning 0f1icr. August 10th, 1889. HIRnE OF NUNAW ADING. Declaration of Poll. Th'l following aroe the numbers polled by the respective Candidates arat the 1Mupticipal Election held before, nme on the 8th August. 1880, for a Councillor for the (Cntre Riding, and an Auditor for the Shire. (1) For the O0lico of Councillor. ,VOTES. Sidney Cooke - ... 201 John Robert Daley 1011. (2) For the Oflice of Auditor.. VOTR?9. Patrick McCormnnick ... 188 'Charles Miller ' ,85 Samuel Pope... ... 200 I tlhrefore declare Mar, Sidney Cooke duly elected ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

BURTON AND KNOX, ESTABLISHED 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, B3U?RWOOD ROAD, HAW'I'H-OIRN. III|lEtIT AWAARDS M1E13BOU1N1? CENTENNIAL AND ADELAIDE EXIIIIITIONS. Carriagoes, i1uggios, Plitons, Gigs, &o., in sto6ok?nid buillt to order. REPAIllRS AND RENOVATING. GUARANTEE ALL, WORK. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. MI?ILLINERY AND DRAPERY ESTAL3LISIIHMERT, STATION STREET, Box IIILL. Tho Ladies of DBox lill and Surrounding Districts are invited to call at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of MILLINERY IN TIlE NEWEST STYLES. Also, Gloves, Hosiery, Wools, Stationery, and Fancy Goods. 5t.' GRNTrS Kin CG.oVl A S?PRCI.A.ITT. .I Aspinall & McMurdie, IIOUSR, LAIND ,t ESTATE AGEN2S, STATION & RUTLAND STS. BO0X H-ILL.. LOCAL AGENTS FOR Victoria Insurance Comlnlny Limited. tMelboutrne Permanent Ihuilding Society. Mutual L.te A.ssrance CInompNUy, Ltd. Trurtes, Erxecutors tO A4gcnc Co., Lid. AUCTION SALISS ARRANGED FOR. W. BRETHERTON, STATION STREET, Box III.L, ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

LOCAL NFWS. Colonel Moyle was buried in the llx Hill cemetery on Frildy setornoon. A large number of friends followed the romains to the grave. A slight accident occurred to a man named (loo. Swinbourne, at t!he now gasworln, on Friday last. lie \van standing on a plank, which eatted up and Injured iis foot. The accident will ineapacitate him from work for somei tilhc. The following letter has been addressed to tLm .Ige by a correspondent, signing herself MHlIte, and is \cry interestilg :--fI willh you wo1tld allow me to address a word or two of admonition to ministers o! religion of all deillcinalotiois against the 1 r :?ic of pIrrehll iug long sermons. To a generation whichl likes to take its nutrimnt in the frin, of an es1nc1e, and which bLastas it can boil dow1n an ox into a lol;nglo tor the wvaiatoat Locket, it is a diagrtceful waiste. of effort, as well ac vahnlablu. timo to- 1pread over an hour, ro mal;ka that could have been con).lwlsed into a quarter of that, gme, as tDr. 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RETIRING AND NEW PRESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Q c' c:povrtcr. THiUlSDAY, -AUGUST 15. TIlEl IiTIITliIN(i AND NEW P1U';SI D),NTS. Drnuxt? the last twolve months the Nntwawdinig Council has boeen pre sided over by Cr. Tlhrlor', who has been a very afifable and judicious chlirmllan. lie0 has not been too severe in his ruling, and his decisions have o at il times iot with that respect which they dteserved. The year that has just passed lhas been it prosperous one, and tihe Council lies got through ia lot of work. From our own know ledge wecsan states that all the coun cillors have devoteu a lot of time and attention to the floating of the loan, and everything that Conul hle done to make it a success hab he ell attended to by the CounciI, and that in It most comnllqdablo Irauner. All tbho roadls in the shhire were oirofully inspected, antl a cacIlation minteltfy made as to the probable cost of putting them in a state of repair. \Wheln this was, arrived at a schedule was made out, atnd the various sumus were duly allotted, which, oin ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

FOOTS L ,, T'hu Box.l11 i1 Footbnall Club playned, PI lton; (1 ijittltlo S.lb,. " last Suatnix ay1 on 11w gtoniid of tholfornier,` ] ttcli'teici Hilayed 15 aside, sbrvera nei iukibra of tlt oueteaiii bein ''a f1 t l.l'' iirii4 'thý lirst jnarlcr tho Bon I ill Scoredcl two ~;eel. Tio secuL'd quarIIIrter. was VhlyIed in ia showern of r1tin, lbat it did not hitcor.' lorue with the ggal kicking, f(at .a half litha the gaiie astoobt at;' hoc" to onc.' Al the last hair tile 10110 teant had thIn best oif it by' ar long wyav~ 'Idi'Iliey:itlorlerci1 their lead, atud thett Lin te wans called thai gililo SOO~lIIIo gl at eig ht bOII1idilsh gatnmo stood nine li+lu~illrbI~~ll:~i two goals fuourn hhids. .'`llb'stitwebss ftiP', 'goal khiekrry wbiu'oJUldaa'dn' ('I)E hPa'Tihl' (3),"'.'ominny Itodges (2), and "Asj, natlti 'ilioabbwto playedl haLlJ 1,101tlo n'zriet·rs' 'were1 Jouhsuo, 1 'u 3nhC; ·5 l jrl ' Tdiiiniiy' 'I Wl'res " being weltd bkekad" lip bf J.laiisou, Kil pai-icklt and Davey. Alfter 't~i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

SURRE Y, HUTI.iS. [v(ioMI OUR UOS COlttoE?EouDI-S'T.] ' Wedndesday.t •T!h0 ele ~ions being, ;v}" 111t: ?,9":. p -,{ c ot • ' . .. . 3 't' "' " " tlin?g ,is qgi. The iSurry Hills Ieoplu o. Li:'' very' w dll pleased at getting .Mr;AS.' Cooke oni " ta \unawnding, and..,r. John[ Clayton'forI loroondar:; aund it is to'bue holed boli lof tlloso gentlienutwill k'tliep Lth wantas 'of tho district well to the front in thd'ir ruosltlive colncils. \u aru ,l;oilig to .have 'an' itdditiotint mail hure,? so ii delivery at night., which will conmo iilto Olperation about' the 19ith of this mot th,; or iili ooii its !hraltigo. itenlts tar domltleted, and it will be ai boon to the rusuoaetit.!( .. ,I1 r : • : Thou-.S'rcy Hlills lrivate issenibly ur going to have a fancy dress.'ball oil the 5th 'of iepteniber, and it promises to bo a gridl afal ir. The Ei?atiiion ]Di ,drptnte-iat i'e still considering l)h'o nittl! r of scthool vite, lil'd like all the rest of 1lti Dbphrtttiiit 4tl!'sI very long-winidd...

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HOME MISSIONARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

HOME MISSIONARY MEETING. 'l'lh anual mneeting of tthe WeslhyatI 1foao MIlissioli Society was held ihi the (thurch, [ox111, [illlon olnye etiiig,5llh Auiigtst. ir. II. S tiou?cupie, thebhahir. IMr. (. Ilood i-en I.ho Iriiilnlilos reportI whichl sho very slatisfliuctory reltlllrIs fromt l[at yuii. Thi lIhr. \Y. 1F. 13ronmilow -tlion ga;'e a short itlilti-'tss. ''lThe l[er. .l? . S. Iliekford, the gnciral slretlu'y ,of the i illsil, tlllhen gRve I -ery intlerrsting naeuotit of theo wori' lono dlrillng ilh in jlyea;Ir. Jj si'ild. lther oi!jel., of tlhu ?Mlissioti sias to t:eI:l uiiiisioluiihis into the ba-ck aliinis' of'htii? c!ilty, a:id into the countllllry dlistrit-.idi w i-e io regulriihurchei h hlt lt been Lestabllishdd.' [lho so0cily hlutd L lr:tldy esltbl, l ished I,9 inissioli shltlioilS in ttheo couiitry, ainii \lits doing ii giriaiidL work in th hlos'c pailrts iof the city. lIe aidi tlhere wi're pla-es i1t the city of "Mellbouro whiLch iloiy hin 'hilt. audsoncie wouild scarely...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

MAGISTXlRIALh INQUIRY. ma ii nerial inquiry w?a hell on Th'pr play at Ilox-lill on-the bleod of a young man n sl'ed t'lioinLi f. Ilavies, who comnlittod sueiilo bylnhaooting hiselo f at lok Hill on Wtedncesday nilht, 7th insl. Tho inquiry wai held hy Capt. (iGarie, J.P., at the lipal pillc staltio, and Scnlor-cotutable Lloydi wathcld the calh on behalf of the crowni. The following e\idncil? wei talken :l - .lohn Monnoll dewaciod lthat hIe had known the decaoned for ci~tstener monttha. 11o cud Lh dcceasod were living at M'Loain's oarding lhouse, lox 1 ill.. On YW&dluesday afturnoon he accompalied the diseased to rMelbourne, and, after walking routid the city for io time, he went with hint to a shulp in Little Collins street, and boughltL aI revolver, for which tihe diseased aild iInn t bllhlnge. While in Mel boirni they hIad .only two drinks. They ariveUd at Hurrey lla ait a :10, and the decesed said hle was going to wlcchius Marsh to shoot rnabbits. They thad a drink enoh at...

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Warrandyte Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Warrandyto Riding. Tito Presidoit, Cr. Sitigstantn, otTrrcd hini. nolf tor fleIoctioln, nndrod WopltOpcil Qi by Mr. Anidroew, who plolled 70 voter to' h1is~ oppo nonts 40. ted tli ineslilcli s for Lthe enRsing ear.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Templestowe Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

i Ternlo 'lstowei Ridflg. J In ti is rlidrng Cr. Smith dfa'nted his op. ponont, Air. R. Horpoll, lby 101 colts. Mr. tierpoll wnas Into In coning forwoad ho was in no wny suarpriced ntt tho rosolt of the ioll.

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COUNCIL NEWS Nunawading Council. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

COUNCIL NEWS Nunawading Council. SPECIAL MEETING. -MosrtA, Ar'ousr 12mtr. Present--Cras. lishop (president), lloadley, htMArthur, liawlings, Ilaughton, Cooke, P-l'lporilli Morton, and Ellingworth. Mr. Taylor (the shire secretary), was voted to the chair. Ah .OWANcE TO PiliESIDNTT. Cr. Rawlings said that during thel coming year there was bound to be oxtraordinary expense)OI incurred', and tliy ought to take into consideratioin the growing importance of theodistrict, le-could see no other way of nideting these expenses than by zmaking an allowance to the president. lie would move that an allowalnc be 'linad to the president for the coming year. Cr. Morton seconded the motloll. Cr. Ellingworth would voti.agalnst the al. lowaitcd: With the exception of one year there had been no grant 'made to any pre sident in the past. Cr. Ilishop did not think it was fair to ask the president, whoever the might be, to pay the' expenses which accrued through holding the position, out of his own pocket...

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