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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

C(O)RI:S LPONDJ)NCEI TO Thi IeDIToli Of Tlli " l?P'irelli.'" Hir,--'PTlroughl th medium of your valuable paper I desire t' express may gratitude to those friends Who were so very kind to my, lato brother in his iliness. Mr, and Mrs. Ii. Sutton and family with whom uany brother stayedl In his last illneas, were very attentive to him ; they spared no time and trouble in trying to brilg ,aso and comfort in time of great pain and weakness. lr. Wheeler, who attended my brother, in a letter of s~ilpatlly to ile, stated that thei way il wlhloh e I lad boeen cared for " w.s beyond all .raiseo," which statement 1 heartily undorse.' I must also miewtlion the Rliv. J. llarton, who was untiring In his elTorts to comfort andlimetore, anid at groat inconvenience was willing to do his utmost", for my brother. Many others were alike iilnd and solicitous for his welfare,i and I tml satisiled that if medical skill dould have restored him to health Imy brother would have been alive to-day. T't one aln...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

I., SS1 "'DEAKIN. L1NW?Ol bs'R.E''..t (l?lF',,IlN .1lF R ,I S' (lnto of il terrio ilonid). ' Iit, naid Style-- i??nutood .... -L Tnadies own itr", iti tnr l ,l , U,. ,ý .. J. McGLONE,v Il?uln'cltis" t Te aolnd , n tI litlin teo otieit. , . I N , 311TC!~··ITA:~", The tHawthorn, lavoryi, Stables, odT;Dlci': IlATiT, T ,'OfINro S'iT. F. =A .DOWDNEY -Propriotor. liors?k imtl 'lntips lent . on hiro. iSpeclil Sattoutioiigivenu to liortset i atlivery. Iors?es and Y'ehilti, lbouglt, ,old or Ex S, cin.ngl. I" orj ?g? bokiia to lumidldlo or hltnos; . 'Tlil.L 0AblI IV'i1ili . IlAl.\'. SU'lI'htR ] lave opene1d premuises at. C ??i M "' 11 W E 1h .r 11 O l) ,A U PlEll' IIAWTIIOIIN 111 Whero t1hey iuteld to supply their ciustloilrts with best me't it, low pr)lic' . R... Simkin, ALl'ab*N l''ll. l'?'l' IrAUNI) IY. AUI.:IJUlN. All kinds .of laundry, work donle. A reduction unndu to fimuilies. F=.urnituro and tinwnro repnirod. Scissors, lnd kniv'es gi"onud. Umlbollais ie?ondedod A Card. W.]R. MASON " (...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Council News. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Council News. NUNAWADIING COUNCIsL. lMosDY., .:OUTo'n ,1?1. .Present : Cr. P'pperill (President, in the chair); and Crs. 'lRawlings, M'Arthur; CookCe, Jliliop, Morton, Iloadley, Ellingworth, and Sicrpcll. ComlmlEL'uEo.N)IaNc:. Froum I[1ury ','horn, calling atlon.: t.ion to to lovels of the road at the entrance to his land, and hioping that Cr. "11hriop` 1 iid'ole prdHoTITil votti lavto to ho nkdo'for Mr ! Thomnot6?~o ot, in iand out of, his premises, bhut h did not know whether the council :or Ir. Thorn hiliould do thie ork. 11[ moved,' -" That the engineer be ins tructed to havo tliho 'iosing attClnded to."' .hi imoving 'the motion, Cr. Ilishop said Ithit all the ratolmayers should bo trealted alike. In making tllhe road past r. .Thiorn's rosidence the footpath had boon raised fully 18 inches. h'leo council -1?o110t1 1rrivoit. -at distinct tiundl'riiliuf1iiti..riofj lvn r co to those cro.s)iiggH-oitlltr the council shoiild illaik the crol9Silig, .ror thl;i': : llpayers should lh ca...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of Mr. Isaac John Watkins. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Doath of Mr. Isaac John Watkins. It is with foclings of deep regret that wo chronliclo the death of Mr. John Isaacno \rlitlkins, at the early ago of :10 years. The deceased gentlenman expired at the residenco of Mr. Robert Sulttonl, about thlrco o'clock on Monday morning, the 13th Qcloboi. p ? will ,bo a, solure of eoinsolntioi forhis frionds hlid'1relilites, who.resido hi Eliglalld, to learn, that his dealthbed was surrounded by a largo nluiibor of friends, and overythling which tecndel to initigalo pain IIand sullering was done for hint. A few days prior to Ili doeatl it Wit qyide n:,to :liis r'leell s itha llil'knd « isllnliiar hal i lltllal Htt tV1duIo hnflls nnti asonpai allib li.iu;Isa'e'ohil d l6 was to ndtllinister spiritutil consolation ditinig his lucid inltervals. TIle lov. J. Ilarton was very atllttivo to hlit ll through his sicklOess. While inl the house of UMr.l mlid Mrs, ]lober.i Sutton lihe was malln to feel that in the far-olT liand,o oAulstraia theore were hliearts...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

THE "REPORTER." The ollicial adverlising unedinul loo the Ntuiawvadiiig, Iorooiulara and Doncastor Cotuicils. TILE ONLY LOCAL J. 0 U UI N A I, " in thin DfnsrlctE" Is P'ublilhcd ]YVE1Y FLRDAY, Aud Coolitaiwirs P:ULL lIEPORiTS 01 nall th LOCAL COUNOCLS. ALL KINDSl JOB PI'lINTING mot)Wii 'olonb;lib" ,!'' "'' MOST IIEASONABLE TERMSo Acoouut hooks a speofanlfty.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

0100UN1ALIA Silltn COUNCIL. 'MOiX., OTOntI:i ili 8'r. Presenut: Cr. ;illoni; 'President (in the chair), tiind Cr.. Vear, ]lrainm, MaIlinlg, Taylor, Sweetnaum;, icks, Clayton, anld I)ay. Co uestpn xca. From ]). Gullke colnplaining of ox cessive valuation. Received. Front C. W'. Teminpletoi, asking for rebate on property in Fairholni-grove. Received. From G.. R. ees, ]lalwyn.road, re carriage drivos, and asking council to lower footpath. Referred to engineer. From Clerk of Petty` Sessions, for. warding .£6 17s. 5id., lines. Re ceived. Fromn Mrs. Logan, re drainage on Canterbury-road, Cauntorhau y. It was decided, on the motion of Cr, Taylor, seconded by Cr. Maling-" That Crs. Maling, ])ay, Taylor, and Sweetnlut, with teo engineer, be a deplutation to wait on Mrs. Logan in reference to ' roni \V. Lelney, re dratinge and. cost"' of Fairholm.gRrovo souith, 'ndi asking if the counicil could lt hintm se the plins and specifications of same. Referred to inspector. From Public llealth Depart...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn City Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Hawthorn City Colobrations, -o On Wednesday next hiia Excellency itho Govornor will vliit ilawtliorn for tile plt pbae of proolaimingt it cty. The day a to be Inado a rel luetter , o, Ill n s the arrann mInta are allost comple1ted for an elaborate prograntnmo nothing rlunihna but , illo wceatlher to make it a brilliant success.; ThI arrangme; l nt nmad are as follows :--All the school children will meet at about 10.:10 in the morning and proceed to (trace Park, whoer they will enter intoallt sorts of youthful gain,1, races, ete., for which a large tllnn\btr of prit" i havet been donated by the tradeu' peiolll and ollthcr:. At I I:.3O hi ExcelleIncy thel (iovlnor i: t1l e lt alt the Illwthorln brilldge by aI leingthy proceesllon healded by his wlorOlhilt the iiayor, anti all address of welvomno will Ih) re1d Iby the towni clerl (IMr. Powell) Lto whichll his Excellency will reply. The protcet:lldllo will then form11 I11t i proceed aloig flurwood-road ii far as (Icnferriu. r iiad, th1i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The King and the Prince. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

The King and the Prince, George TIT., in oioe of his morning walks, nooompaniod by the Priince of Wales, metn a farmor s servant travelling to Windsor with a load of commodities for market. Unfortunatoly, however, the cart was stuck fast in the mud, nor could the follow oxtricato it, though labouring with all his might.l Both the king and the prince were dressed in a style of great simplicity, and as if with one impluso of humlinity, they immediately rushed forward to the nasistance of the embarrassed rustic. lHaving. through the dint of main strength enabled him to set his carLt fairly-on the road, the poor follow, full' of gratitude, asked them very cordially if they would accept a cup of ale from hint at the next house. adding that, as the road was dirty, they wero heartily welcome to take a scat on the cart. Both these offers were, of course, declined, and they parted, the king hav. lag previously slipped t guinea, and the prince two guineas, into the hands of the astonished lab...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Accident at Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Railway Accident at, Box Hill. Oni Wedleoadiy a fatial a'cidelnt happened ton man named llofry Wight lturn, aged 70 y'ears: It seeomi ho was crossing 'the railway liono over-the lovel rolshi n IIto (hoi lotorC gates, when the 12'50doivn train app'riaoielod. 'hIrousgh being .vsry deaf he did not hear the whistle, ?iid before the train could be pulled up(the unfortunate man hind bean hurled 'OIIIo yrdS away.. elu'o[unat?l.: t.9 q sworll. 'mn'obeOi'?ed tile necid nt;{nnd'-pio odht~ up, and Messrs. lorneoman Bros.' cart being ,,opo at hnlldd heoway egnvuycd as lquiokly as poesible to Io', 'Vlsugligni, 'who ordered llia removal to lhe lhoopptl. Upon his arrival at that insitttlo it, wis found ho was just on the point of expiriilg. It was found that his spine had boel seriously injrcd, hcbesides other iojurics, ind being nl ohl man tholro was n idt ilubilh Ilope for his recovery. We beliovo thero is no blamo attached to the driver as lhe did all in lis power to avert the acoldent.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Biter Bitten. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

The Biter' Bittel. Maria Martini Jailtio was IL boarding houso keoper, who livod in a busy part of London. Sho was t spinster, and her household consisted of a lnaid.of.all. work and i page boy. It was about Chrismastide, and sho only had an old lady stayinig with her. One day she said to the lago S"Tom; do you 'over stonal any bf MIim. Grey's pio ?" Now. lookl hero,',' said Ton,, I' :,,col. siders myself 'ighly hiisulted ; woldo [ want to prig her pie for? if T didn't. got; nough food I'd hoole it altogotlher.F' The next, day Mrs. J.uttlo thought she . would find out if he was thel ofln'oder, so she made ta pudding of plaster of ]aris. it happened that, Tomns l tot pth udding fall, and so discovered the trick, ait instead of taking it up stairs lie took it Mrs. Juttlo's kitchen, where an apple pudding was boiling. Slippjing the s hamn one into the pot aind (akinig out the real one, hle put it into the plato just as Mrs. Juttlo camen down the stairs, chutckling to hicrself. " Mrs.Gr...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Church, Blackburn. A SOCIAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

St. John's Church, Blackburn. A SOCIAh GAT'[IItlN(I. At the invitation of the guardians some 2i50 of the residents astuimbled in the llack burn lRecreation Iull for the purposo of spending a social ovening. Cr. T. Il. 11. Morton, otto of the gtuardians and hon. treasurer, briefly explained that the objects of meeoting toguther was to become better known to.ono another as chutrch-goers, and to try to spend a profitable and pleasant hour or so. They had now got a church which had cost someto .100, with furniture, organ, fenoing, etc., 1250 of which had been palid off, and the balanco would have to be paid off during the next four years, antd it was to be hoiped that with increase of population this will not be found to be a dillicult matter. The sittings in the church are quite free, and those who at present did not attend any placo of worship or neglectd in the past to do so, their esteemed inocumbont, the Iyov, Vin. Circonl, and thile guardinlls would most gladly make welcome to the...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

Council Advertiseomnts. SIIIIE OF NUNAWADING. T'.IE:NI.)IIS will he received at the, Shiro Hlall, ]lBo .1Iill, up to 3 p.lini.?~ Monday, 27th October, for Cont rmet t1i.-Cutltihi, Filling, Formnig, ele., Station Roiimt So? li, Tt (1 Contract *7,-Co.isli ifno apt j al ing El'argroad, Soulh of Ciire. C oli iht FIS .= l ,lliih `- -P i fiirnu ng, r-ii ' 1'le ni uion oft l tuhlrft; f( ation stre'et;`l lox'. il1, , , , Contrac r__1,-o-rtoling, , Chanuuclling,_ and-l ipo Culvert., .ioseostreel, B]ox Plans nld Specitluatihia nty.ibo .Boc n? . the liro s Oire ic A deposit of b per cont. imust?ooemllpllany, eacht tender, lid i h,,flhe ttita llfo atliinylbn"ilbt will not necessnaily bo necepled. (By order.)'i H(\ "iw 11U l T6?tN?a' Sliro Seqrclary. ]ox 1111il, 15ti h Optober; isl, . . OFiNil1Ai,l\,R-I'INGi of Ihlo Dla i . gates of the " Reporter" Trophy' will' be held on \'WEDNI D uIAY IIVISNINN( NEXT at 7 pin., at tho liaiiway, .1lotel, Ilox Hlill, wthen illmportant busiiness will be tranllct...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

I,,,, BURJTON AND KNOX H!ill B E STAIlI, IIm ) 188.' ' C'., CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost Awards Melbourno Centonnial and Adclaido Exhibitions. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at the lato National Agricultuiral Socioty's Show. - ii? i. gg l',ton i~ &0c., in itick iiid built' to oicrv . lEI'AIRS AND ILENOV.ATING., ; UA,,ATEm ALL 'WOU S- .'"ADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill o:d , .OTE TR A 7Aind l at, Surrey Hills and Camberwell. G 01,G . lCA IlG nit ad BUGGY JIARNE , " ... ... 77. , Seconl i-handl .lain sti, ,, oight, oi x cliuigcd for. No'. . j Grand Spring & Sumnmor Show;. MISSES, COLLINGS SrtiTIo STI IrT, 1k u\ I t.i.. 'Present their eomnplitmenls to the Inhablillnts of Ilo 11ill and otller di?lricts, and wish, to bringtutlder notice that then Setono's' Goods are Iul\i Openied for Inspeltitn,; having Itlnde their Showroom completo for Now Goods. lThi Display of Milliuery is Perfect. ' Novelties iil llats aend fllonnoL.i uiln...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

I roaont (tpif'cl rnlul, ti l un, \ ll, bal, the highly mtccessful and claiborato btalanoo.-sheot-tl It,-i-wis -prelsot, edl -to tho Coutiilh oiA A[onlday .Inst Ilyl tllq secrtolairy. hatl golitiomu n luservoi thI6"coifg-ritTilhitioin, lifo i-iily 6f tijo Coumnoil, btl of tll- ratopayor aut a body,'for tli ablo Winy in wlichl he lhas inanceln1d lth Council sincu hlo I1In 1ilik\Atlibl'of'eo U f 1I i6crUol&,%y. lTb 01 very grelat osxtlu the woll-boiig of amy -hliroa')fin s in tt great measuro upon tho winy in which thlo secrulty dis chalrgeslhiis dulits. o I'd srhoult'nldwnl: bo'Aill ct h gi' t.o , rcr6 t itii to tlliho aulid whty ,th .liat mbody. is I inclined to 'bibrrLm tlioth pnintot, ho "should, at that 9pp?ortl tillnonuollnt|1t, ??p riliid wairnih'oi of thu conq<tioneus whiich tre likely to eil lie kro11 ovvOe OXipdili tu.A'.111,119 1 wh1t AlI.l ITA 1UToN has done. e lihas, in every sense of tlio word,bceln a rkml liye ani l uci before- us rolloets &lt...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAGES IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

W.:% ixr I (ih:u?iAsr.-A litle bIook on (fir. 1nail Ibour illilIe pf Wnp jUlUp ulie soo801110 dotiils about wnagcpnnid houril ?of laborj thUit are peclinrly'iltelritcaliigf1 dililng theeprcentl eighlit houriH',ngtntiun. lloo, ro ,so1o ,ox. n1iii1los of theo py rcceived :-M hlilu sinithlis aim flttoersearn 1s. per Iday of 10 hlioir' Nwork; joicrvi, lockamitli, atli ttpliolsterorg, l1p: for 11 hours' womic, polkiitplar"cbine1ittlrug,'iiil glaziers, lia. 2j, for 11 110o11-1' work; buiildera IIud plasterers, ll. O(d. for 11 hours' work'; CartwrlIghtsnal f(nrriors, Uzs. l.3|. for 2lb hou0r.I' work. I Laboura or umskilledi: men work tlho samo hour as thlo skilled or cratniiion, and re jpaid sl. 9s;d,, s.,,,pr 28. Od., for 11 hourn' work, nccordinlg to circumlIllancesl . *',wo Ahillhings- per d(ny may bo tnlici nH thi veorago labour's pay. Ninueteren iillinig4 It week rejp cti lllthu uver?ll? e-riingls of i workm an.! m I I ,.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 17 October 1890

DONCASTER COUNCIL   MONDAY, OCTOBER 13. 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 Registrar of Titles, re two titles applied for to bring under " Transfer of Land Statute." Re- ceived. From Police Department, with re- ference to constable M'Grath being appointed Inspector of Nuisances, etc., to which the Department had no ob- jection. Received. From Public Health Department, forwarding regulations for private hospitals. Received. From G. M'Dowall, making appli- cation for an extension of time in taking the valuations. Granted.   From Shire of Bulleen, stating salary of health office as requested. Received. From Dr. H. P. Vaughan, making application for the position of Health officer to the shire. Received. From James Kent, drawing atten- tion of the council to obstruction on road in front of Dr. Rose'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

The Hawthorn Livery Stables; GOLDIN(i'S lAlTJ,, (iODI)ING ST, F. A. DOWDNEY, Proprietor. Hlorses and Traps lent on hire. Sipecial a..ttention given to horses at livery. H rses aind" Vehicles' Boight, Solda, or' E?. Schanged. Horses broken to saddlo or harness: T:llH.:' C',Aliw1'tDrWt, .,\lla.T SUPPLY" h: vo opened premises at , UPPE,1R IHAWTHOIN,.. W\here they intend to supply their customers w ith b e s t l le a t tin l lo w ip r ic e s . ' U R. SimTkin,, , ATl?,, S'R lIT .,UN1?DRY. .AUlIIiN, .All. kinds of laundry work. done A reduction Innmo to fa?uilios. Furniture " nud tinlllro replired. Scissors lnd knives ground.: Uibrellas mendled. A Cai'd. D.. MASON (Late of Collins strcet). Having commenouced practice at liox ;.'Hi':niay be conisultad at his roesidenco Whie I loil'0 Rhod, inext police stition, dailly, 'ltoUrs of consultation: 'Mornings .,. before 11. Evenings ... (ito 8. Corner Burwood Road, and Power Street, Hawthorn., H. Haggarty & Sons, cAlPIpN':rllts, JOINIIS A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

I:A-.-\W'.vr;1n.-Sea-water is at weak solution of various snlino bodies, noltably chloripes and sulphnales, while the bases are chielly soda and potash, ll , nll lesil andllll lillle. At th- snlle tiulle there iare preslenlt, id linullltel quantllliily, It great numlllber of other constituents; and indeei it may be questioned whether any elelment is entirely iuirepresen ted ill seawater. Frolll classical researches of ,'orchhalllnlllr, lsup ported by those other cllhemists, and Inow greatly extenlled by the Challenger inivestig atitOlls, it app)eaLrs. that the solid matilLter dis solvod ill the oceanl ispraeltically Iho1e sname ill all depth. On the contrary, the proportion of sialine constituents ill the water is utbjeet, to colsiderlablle variatiol ; inl other words, tihe the ocean is not uniformly saline, though the Salts theiselves are alwvays of thle sanle kind. There is oi sort of wrollg deed of which n, 1111ma cali I lear the puiislllllenl.t 1al? no0; you cnlllnot isollte you...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KITTY'S FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

KITTY'S FOLLY. Kirrr PL'i.tr sat alone inl the broad, old kitchen; the floor was as as whilt as the bleached and drifted sands of the sea. shore: the tin pans and platters, ranged upon their shelves, gleamed like brazen stis; the huge cook-stove shone no less bravely, and wide apart were tie speck less walls, and iinumIerous the windows, through which the flower-seenled breeze floaled, making, on the whole, at very desirable kitchen ; yet alpreeiation liI. goredl not in Kitty's glance, which rested absently upon her surroundings. Suddenly she was aroused fronm her preoccupied state by the'entraeico of her fathler and mother, deep in the discussion of someo contocinplated iInprovicment in farm mitters; - They woere a shrewd, sensible couple, and though IMrs. Prati was maturally extremely fond of Kitty, being her only child, sho never allowed her heart to do inaute he|,r head . with regardI to he'r daughter; wvhilo 1to' fatheor-fow wore favors that Jolhn Pratt could refuse ,Kitty, the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Trophy Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Box Hill Trophy Mthtollos. Noxt Saituirday:s tenors will- be :olccctd from 1 tlheollowiog; Ilos 1111~14 V. ItISxutttetr, at1 ltingwuod)L.- lox 1Hill 10e)1n-S. Anderoon, C. DIeuk, 11, Carson, iE. Cook , W. Mlaler, V. P'ayneo, .1. Steole, Srllbo', J. Tool), A. Y. Warul, C. Whlte, Willis, A. .lolousloe, Sweetland , ndo l lBarbIouir um)IIpire, Wi'. .9 Deck. Ring. ivood tlon)))-Cahioitoln, Ii ra11, .Johnsllono, King, 'Miller, II ounory, J. M 'Comb, II. dC lCotll, 12l(lurgau) , 1' Koule, lPatt, W. 11e requeslltleld to mela theliti rail way stationI ait 2 p.m1., sharp1. Thho Mllitam 1001)1 will bho hllosn froll --J1. Batty, .1. Cornwell, M. Croo)), H. CoI lings, IV. Davis, A. Edgoose, J1. J1. F~trghlo), C. 'Illutollor, 11. Walker, H. Leoonard, J.. (iuultlr; umpll1ire, A. Ch~ristie. 'thn Canter blry toll))) will be slecte (orrul 10)-.. liowell, M. flty, .1. Edmlullnld, V. (iogsl , W. I l. hen, Douglas, V. Mackie, M'1lIorson, Os Zn, loody, liggott, S9othlrland~, C. Hvulilr Ill~lds V. D)oXCAH...

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