ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Reporter Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 53,369 items from Reporter, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
53,369 results
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Local Nows. A meetingl was held at Surlcy Hills on tMonday evening for the pturpove of opening a now lodge in connection with the U.A.O. of Druids. The meetingl was presided over by Ilro. F. Williams, N.A. lie staited that permission had been obtallilld to ope a brancll of thlltorder at Hourrey I ill?, and as a numnier of gentlecnen had tsignified Ilhir intention of joining, he betlieved they would soon ie able to havoematrong oudlge. After i colitico had booeen elected, it was decided to hold a inceting in Curetarphan's roomns, Surrey I ills, on T'nueday evening next, when thllrl arrangementsl \ouild be made for open decided that a considerable reduction he mniide uiop the usuanl' eitram~c fee. At the meeting on 'To'nHeday evening next, tllh District President will bu ii nattendance for the plirposs of furnishing information to intending members., It is announced that, at an early date, Tom lTaylor's favourito drainn, " T'he Ticket of Luav? Ma;i,'! will be prbduced lt thO liox Ilil...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. BLACKBURN COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

A ti(IIiZi Iiitlih) ~(~ phliIt~l~ :LI thuI (LhUO t~Lj~tIIi a,1 :l u·l iitii1 Ia;il hutwu~c ii (ha Il~ui-·~l Yihlu I11111 hhhziukhia~lll uILaII alItt juuarltu(d hal a wia fat hu \I C~IIliiL,4. T11tc fa~cll wIag nyc th tizi hahI(11atI( (I ItICkharaI), I---i;, I -I. I Iziud; hlalibltitl (Ihztlatrltzir), .1-t·i, hi--uT, Ii-- I; ta~d Chitibuo tal ·lou (ltnllzcbbztt), ii-2~, ti-I. gIoatitLut.\cvlu __________________________

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWTHORN BECOMES A CITY. Celebrating the Event. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

HAWTHORN BECOMES A CITY. Colobratilg the Event. 'ho great and interesling eLrmwllotly of prouelainiig ainwtlhor It a City wtns ca'rid 0uiL on ý \\'edne.sday Inst Iby llia, tacellency thu liovernor lin the preIsnce obliti Iimnuieso crowdl of HspetatIuri. Tho City wan profu?ely decorated with linge, banllner, tlltd butillng, and beattiful arclhes were erected, the Ilopetoun colourl were in evidence, nlid everything pasued off in a splendild ttunor. 'iThei proceedings cou ienured punctually aL 11.30 Iati., ati which our Hiti Excellency Ithe (overnlor was met at the I lathoriu bridge by the Mayor (Cr.. 1. (tilllnun), thu Tl'own, Clerk (Mr.. .1. J. Iowell), Crs. IEdlgerton, Swan, lloolk , lI rllll'o, Cowprr , \'estley, llussell, and l'lMee, the members of theu IIception Colmnnitito, nond the (uieranl 'creCtaly, Mr. T. U. Atkinson. A guardl of honour (Capt. Taylor, M.Idl.A,, in ecomllallnltl ) composed of the isecOud bat- alioln and thu Sco',ch' College aud Camber well Cadet Lorees ulndel...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONT ALBERT V. SURREY HILLS 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

l o n 'r A n n i Tr ,le v. 8 ir nt ' l lt ; L s 2 N ,,. Ianlt SHaturday witned..hict"oluT('iil~"(ind TI hop the last) contesnt betwveen thu above .lubtb, twith thu rosult flt tilt Lt ourrey ,.Jlill ivard'dO catod by 7, rung. °;,'ho Surrey, Illtls r'lyuruh'reilruutdtl t I,:y t'leani' Which iniCldtdul 'iidnll yerpitii of tii in lrstnhiL n ; the ifonlt Albert by boys, the olidest 1i. Tlhu Mont Albert.cl, Blscthtio (.alconer) L: \' yt the toss, and decided' t' t ? ;? ,al?oninr int, lluood going to thu \?i6tblt.' After ilaing it vigoroull gano, Illood wias bowled for :1; Ity IIhniisoni. I.I:2H. ,aiif[ l;iuna.Iy ntxt buttil'I nod ,nua il i'gbl 't?lp op Il :5.-iO. Cur't[, C. Jf., then joined Valconer, and tlnh two tnayed LogetlheorIfor t Nh tile, until Lticoiier was caunght iuagnificeiitly by It loutlr at loilg leg after playinlg a fast tat for 2ti, four :l's, andil no 5, being among his i tut. - :.-.26.l. [teach, A., joined Courri. Currio soon was caught in the luong ihetl by Huntor iufto...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Twentieth Anniversary of Rechabitism in Box Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Twontieth Anilivormury of Rcclla bitismn in Box Hill, ---o- On \Vcducldiy evuuing thu Ilux Itill Teint celebrated its 20tih aaniversary. Therel was i ltargo attundIIance. 'ITheru wIn to have beicen ii iprccsiotit befor the colincerLt, bul owingll to siOiaU bUnngliiig the buald did not. turnl)p. The districLt euuretCry (MrI. ,V. Ikell) Ouuopied thu clhir, alold the T'uiiperanco Chouraln Muieuty furniihnllil the musicu durillng thie ien ing. 1'ihu report which 'wa read by the lseretarty showed a very tllll? numbeIiiiiiir of IIImembersii , although the Ifunds IIIncreaseC d for th first 151 years, biut durling the last flve yeari' the itIiiibCers' lint IIncreCIasIed b'y I oit) tiland bloundsH, o that at thu pre?tIti iii t tihe ient wnas Ill It very llotuitiniii;g iioinditioi, both s r? teggaitsHa Inulmibrn itln 'nlialuiallyl) The .livenilu IllraItith w\u a?s a ii a gooud conitiion anid making wity. Mr. Wilson ((.1. of Iurriay Ililltl Tent) deliveredt a very ieloquent manid rstirring nla...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS V. FAWKNER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Sunul""Y HILLS Vl . 1"'AsI(Nt~u This match was playci on Satntrcdsy Iat on tha sgrosspsl of tlh former, amd anlor a yvey imtvrcelsing gnino ommled ini a draw in favor of the vislor. 'lho followlvmmq mro tho scores ],J Iw .. (hnmri b lPowoll j H. D)unnm, c and b Canmpibell . , . 1 y', \a`slmio sdtbljya m :! (. 1 rW``Yicknurs lj U 113'a in 0 (1. 110990, o and b Powell .. Q (I. 11:.Mmnitlm,b Hart. 'mY. J"letelmgr, not" ontlt . ., f . , ,. "Q . FAWONLUt. ° toddlavL, run out.. . 7 Iiyammm, o;Chlmar o; b Legge /.'. . 1, i Turmmer, etpud., i Leggo 21 ! ! Cmmnipbsdl, not omit' . . . . . 330 + avlttrlb milh b Legge to , l t Total.. . so Lmokamy :Imnty.-Attnomtion to an old aunt who las tuuuh to loaveo

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lecture to Women only. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Lectiir' to Woto!l only.'' .fl .11 uv. C. Ait. V JIa ,.N a. 'aif course w wwlr ? nulo there ourrselvh'. --n-u aIum(IItbcr' of the sternerI'It Ie? a tside thie lheturrr, bhing ndnhilled within those Ihllowed prciaela ls on I tit lilspciul evening---bUo we hIve it from one w1ho .avias Itaha't'. at1 aid aaoyi it wats it ga Irt suiesse. )n euo'lenr'iig the 'l'te?poertaieu lIItl it livrly rongl?aimlaerttiti 'of pot, pillntsl, piteti otf ktoltIvi tll tmdtillT'iorelt Iorgans u tlhe Ihuman a1 Iodly, bull ulct of flowers. ,usical instrumenlx,, tIITladies aiot, the eye, Ill atrIlange? 111011 tlhe pitfora'm iin chuarming profausion. Ilefot' Ilae sI lctlnl ors' sarprise a .id alllll.ia tIsmen' t hltl substitledl Ilh I'Presidentll of lieo Itox nd SIurrey Ilills brlanch of thi \W.t0.T..?. ( i r'. 'lihouans) adl (ielnl her' ?lince .ns 'allA.lltl.ti s , anllt ill it hlar firm voice openlt'll tlhe meet lilang. on her lefi t it right 'al ia. liov ( loi?uinll li'resident), utd AMirs. Oimaisitun (l'ice...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

T OChin ii filh itss continud [s Dnci asojsssu o Siiaurdsyls, ssidsrcssltsssl as fallowlussa Ilsukbiari, 1sat tinnings i . 1117 l1sssscssastL's, last in ngs . . .. 20 2isd lnisiisgo Mayg b ilndcslly - . .1 Crasitoni, .. I. tirsa y r. . 0 Jllisusal 1,, Wa'.. Is tinasby' . . L aurit', ii., Ib 0)' Kurt.. ,,'.. . . 0 Whiteir 1)., b ineisusly. . ... .. 0 Wie, II., ss out ... .... 0 Wh~ittenii sot out . 1.1 Jillicin, W., b O'Keussl . . . . 0 Usick, russ out . . 2 Ilyess . .1 :I~i Ilackburn winning by I issuing., and 103 1(1110. ll!JII[ 0 11 RO( IILII1I At. tIhe saoiislssioil qC h L~a boive a stsh the vialtsos swe ttcritsltcsl st dinnar by tIsa Doncastcr Club, aisit a very iplocassist evculnng wn ~cl.,f r " tx'lr~.'~' t~ wan: .4 u Club. i ws gJ Isslsuwln Lsa tiss a . bss~ club plaip f Hlrlllors di 1 - 4 4 Cansttarbury 1: - :K I1or Hill 1 - 1 4 ti Mithals .1 - . 1 4 1 IDoncastr .. 1 - - 1 - I 0 ]Iingw iiod I - 1- .1 0

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accident At Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Accident At Surrey Hills. Whalllt liight h1iave proved It very LseriousI iacclildent lipeilced to it party of youig ImenI rulurlling frii the races?, on Hiaturday last. It sculli they wero ruturniillg leisurely lolng Cainterbury-road, when halvingll chailnged their iilidi dwithl regards the ellvenlig's Iarange nientl they delturlinedll to travL l i little quicker. It would soeim they had jlust brokenl tllheir horses ilinto it rot whenl thu foreioLOst n, i riililddei by lMr. 11 Cu, , st?aiblud and fell mid buefore it couhld e averted tlihe second dashel ipon bothi horsu alind rider. The rider of thi seconld holrse, Mlr. 1'. . Lee, got thl worst of thle encoulltr, as ho was colll plutely slitUiid and brulised, but lucklily bu yonld this, ho iull out ll right. Thllii was not so with thu Ist hor.le as uponil gettilng t i Ulnll,its legs it was found to haiive had ou of I?Lt fetlocksi brolken. 'I'hcl w\ o li hull orit butl to ilcntroy it whi ichll w isccorirl. illn?ly dlOln;llul ad i huir...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY v. RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

' i.ho abo0vl ltl wagL reuaLIeUd an Satur dlay 1nst anld lousblitll ill 0r win. fr CWuittr bury. Aplwnded clnru the scores :- 11iseiruuo. First innings l Carrinltolln, I AI(kic . . .. 13 Swindllu not ount . 11 Sltrlhllsll, c Walkur, b \Vintull . 8 AICalllh, b SuHitheuirland .. .. "I (.)Kaciu, b WVinton ..- . .. 1 M'oollnb, rullou1 t .. Miillar, a DoulaIu, b WVinton'., . lillhlnuluy, a Daiy, b HSltilornlud ., . Ttolulal, bI Sult luriitl .. .. 0 Suiidrius . 2 Totnl.. , r 17 for 19 runs Pigoatt, tlire for 1:13 Mackie, ono1 for 17; HSluthrlalId; tirea for eight Oiboriia, 0 for niinu ; lInwun, I for tIlree. Firtn.. vv wita. fur 'itN Suail sn Tssol, kisuu. Eldnds, I Alier................1 liowull, b Milk . . Wliter, u and b ti gtall . . 2 tdollabo , do d10 . AI'I'ltarson, I i Alillnt".. .. . 1 \1Vlliilr, nlult "al .. \lauhiei, nooolt out ' .. . -"t Siunric, . al .. .. 1 STota~l for live wktu. ' . 1:1 - tiis A111,NILsl.v0111 s-Carringtonl, tIwli willl. for fmur run1; M1iller lid for: II.; ...

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

Council Advortisoiou1ts. S111111-1 O1' NUIN A\VA D 1N(i. Shire .Ihall, ]ox hIill. up to 11 pan. on Mouda 27~ith Ocltober, for L.Contract Ili.-Colliin}, ,1?illiiig, Forminiig Conrath 17s.-1 usrato forl-llln inil elganr~road Souul or Catcter. F.Iniiýof : Culvert, ( Slnlioll· Coh lroes"1.0.-t forneteuler no Chan rlling 11111. III.1S tto Shiror Olliectr A deositof : percent. mast.sl nuepmpaný"3 chub tender, 'mill the ' lowest `or nay trailerC will not necessarilyl ~ be nceupted~. - i Stirre Secretary.rl 2!lox Hill, 1511 Octtour, 1 1801. '1'LEl1lat$ U'ill be receivedl by tint Counceil. 27th11 inst., for About Oi,100 Cubic Yanrds of Handr-brokenl Spee~iticntions to boseccl at thel Shire Onicl., Camberwell, on and aftecr (Ir the 20t October. The lowestl~cu or any tedeur notl necessarily Shliro Secretary. Shire Oilier, Camberwellrl l SO'rlCl, OF DISSO.l'UTION OF 1 PAI''INEIISIllP. Notice i h'eric"hy gi\etI that the parlner. ship lately ysubsisting1 htween us, thu under igtiLed VIC TORI Iili...

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

BURTON AND KNOX ESTABI,1SIHEID 18,9. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highest Awards Molbourne Centonnial and Adelaido Exhibitions. 3 Fiist Awards and 1 Second at the late National Agricultural Society's Show. i Cairiages, Buggies, lPlutonI , Gigs, &e., in stock and built to order. .! IE1'AIhS A)ND RE:IIOVATI. NG. GUA.RATIEI ALL iWOIRK. " t"? : ·"?; :. ..{ 1) " E SIG NS SUtl 3 1TT.I ). S , Sw N i1 O" W. S SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill (OI'lOSITET'l' 'RAM 'T'llt1lNUS ),' And at Camberwell. CG!G,' GA:1RUAG, noad IU'GGVY 1 ,IltS ISS 1A3.I)1E TO OR1I1)DE COJ.TARS CAREFULLY FITT.1]). Win Is, lu-usu1Ei s; ls? , r &L. 77' Second-lunnd II nrCss lought, or Exchlngrd for Now. iGrand Spring & Snunno0r Show. MISSES COLLINGS . ST.TION STI*:F.T, ]lox 1lh.i.. Prescnit their complimenlts to the lnhabitants of Blox' ill and other districts, and wislh to bring Iunder notice thalt the Season's (loods arn now Opened for Inspection, having m...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

A Fl.w Weks !,o i doiL itLaionl froln l hi tric(g ui' \vn toqiilppihp l 1 tllolel)o 'milister of Juslicu for tl10 ipurposo of inuducig. lhatii gollloil .to. -givo- hiis constli for the hlolding of i wclkly court in Box Hill, nild also to try land jgot , i4now cou rlliuso' olccld 'inl tl town in wl whic lN w p ll..i-l\ .'I t'holio Minister ga've IsiA cAnslnt to tlllohll-. ingl of a werkly court, bllu could not hold buit 'ainy iidnci?iieiit 'tofi i lddpill-. t.aion tllit tlicir wiishc wouldl bu Cjnmllied I wiith il regaill to"lthullO? luildinll. Il?, however, promiised tIhe 11iot 0host thiing, naid thlAlln Wli, thall li wouild 'iru'lle shoulpld' thl teriliil' b raiiorhle, 19 10 o ruintii plf l1i ii ?iljrtu Ill ll a: it. t pllorary ;IcoiLt hlouse. Since th dolputation whitid upqi thliu linisltr of Juslice,,.not a wornili \1, biull- ili' rdi 't about l iti 'ri nllattr, l1nd it would seIm, na first g?l lc,,1 lhitIi bUthi -tli ii;rojeut i'&r likuly i ho ' rolietlnd to tlo rclliim ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

SPORTING, -:o: OIOKI'PT. 11;1'PORflTil TRIOPILY MATCilIS. l Hectrctriic naro polilely reqcatecd to send in thu reports of their matches not Inter tian Tuusdo y. 4 I ,) a I t' lakish v'`. ' iau. +f 'ilior weather provailed ilst Hntu'day, and in cunselue1lllo , Io better exibiionl of cricket w\intshownl In this ltnlch. TIle ganm llwas lstarted Iunlllitully alt 8.1 1 p.m., whenit Htleel nlld AtdOerson took their llaces at thL wiokets ind played very stuntsy ioltitl tltw ocoro rcohij .l)tj t! Il' QraUiaot illl ll ngfor thiso ;aiiiibert it lit?ifii lolo'dehJ,'ho wlsiv Auieorti'l Mtlyurnlla oit' lor' ° tl.'".° 1Ylltfo ifollowod, tnud waso becoming otL when ho was given ruIn out for i contrilnllion of t. Cook faied tho llowling iid plnyedl inetrrily for I, Ilis elld bing similiar to that of lis predeclessor. fll-lJ--IH.l . ~itllspt oie nppenidd, but saw Andleroin innnediitloly cnught bohind the wickelt. .I--20--8H1. Toon was the noxt linnI but hli tiy wnilit short owing to it clover citLch...

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

Pliologitj its, supurior jiualily and lirlini iuly positlion.; .11 Cnlil~r, il. 11'aUi)OB ally1)OlL~O~l U ~binu~, Ua. 111 1, Oabiiwts, Jrn.' CJIlEPEWI'I7 nnr and- S'I inCit. By . Uoorgeo's Pholo. Coy.; , oposalo Opore,: llourko-slroLt. T. WVOOD, º Olflur. JIITZIlOY.-A really piat-il.citat ittvutjt ne ;Iminute~ friom banis a bargauin. easy Lei-ills. " lclorter" office. KNOX & RYE, jAI1)h[;IUH, ITAJINISS %i.n COItAHll Slhotp of Mcssrs. Taylor told lyliu's Iluild itgtt). Ujpptr hatwlthorn IJittocli-Ictwrctz Aubulrtt-rotttl tttd '1o'rr I Irotel I; ower tIltw thIorn Iltrntcl--llolwBcot, P'owcr-ttlrecl mndl llailway Stattiotn. tmttlbuoarut it ofI ever dcrtctiptiont of Haddlcry 1111 Itlarnteo at. Lowest P'ossiblu Pricec. lcpaiitt prouutvtly cxccufcd. OneIundred ld 'TIlwenly Thousand 120,000. 120,000. Deplositors. '1`!io ii goal Savingl: s Bankll in the SouthlcrnI IOnlibjtltcht anti on01oC tlho latrgst in. thue world. tlriftlcessnets imisery. Join toe baki at on1c ll~clnyrt . v are ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Hawlthorn Police CourL. 'v.t:sltAy, OcIoutI:In 3t. fto?t? hip \Vorship aht MIaybr (,. (tilt iman) a11d i full betnch. IN:lr. (1. W. lolley proceeded againhl P. Ilnles, for .Ili , lo'r usu nnii ll ocupllration of pl'jclllii cs ill Aluburn road., Vel'rdit fr llloulllut withl .11 Is. coats. WVilliam iMarshtall, of Itluwood, charged with driving over i footpath, was lillud 503., in default distress.. ])rm"'t-TA Toots, J. Bartlett wais chargled with ,Ieaining toolsi belonging to Albert Ilelsent. Cats adjourned for 7 days. .Ilames Challllbers, calnlllllll, vIs c?hagd with lelvilog his cab. Finedl l. I. ':1 Charlecs Walkerr, haker, plroceedcd again: st Edwtard Natsi, for assault. Mr. Mellor appeared for ithe plaintilT, and MIr. oestley for the detfetrlndt. Charles Wa\\'lkerl Il\' v\'idene thatl onl \Wednedany week lost Al':f :idant ciaeb into0 the baInkchoul the won f(or dti lk, and he expostullated with him. In consoqueceo of tois, the acctsed, wi'toiut iay prllIIOeiii tionI whateverl pic...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Capital and Labour. ALENANDER ALLAN. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Capital and Labour. So CONTIrNUII. The intelligent student in his port s l lt livus olf tho,wuorld' h'iorol, land the historical filcts connect?l with each, muslt Ihave perceivud, tllat theoro was Solaolntilhgll tl 't "clu0111so Itl oll'et " It somellthing onlbodyinll the pr'iiioilplu oright," idthdli gli i'o a thno, traInplell and crushed, yet, ultinmately asserted itself ts gnuinel . (ialilleo wais forced to recant although 'he spoke the truth. hI1rvoy, who found out tllh circulation of hll blood, walt nlot respected, anid his discovery wns treated with the greatest coLuunlpt. Georgo .Stepohenon, theu londer of railway's was dc'iiled a liiilitleid on thiiusiait, Ilnvlitlorsi, aon011 of sc?'nceO nitl navigalltion, ilot with littlo or 110 syllllpathly. T'.L'h??s noble lIev1l hlitVo long sinllc paissedl away\ ; htll the triuinphsl of theil' though'l Itiil action lar va iiotl nlow bouanuo of .th llblud. ings thy' conIfoi' on Illllnkhid. ''Iho prin'ciplo of right 1rillmphinglll is plai...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE "REPORTER." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Hir,-W\\o beg to 1ask for it small spaOe in your columns to colltralict. dilTerent reports that havo been publidohd in dillerlnt liapers in reference to a boating accidelt on the Yarra, on the 12th ultilo.: 1. Thotro was no,t any horeL-play iddulged In whatever. *2. There was not any our thrown to tho drowning Itan. The oartllan of the other bontroleased Ihis hold of the oarti to assist thu drowning man. It. Asrtated in thuo paper that the occnpants of the other boat had to relcaus their hold of the drowning nitn owini to his strugglies getoing }a grip of riostid? Sloti t1111l nearl Inot h?s "othen ho rose, "ilnot ah oul d minat overy effort to save 1hi . ' . i 1. Thoro was not any drunkennllls on th pln't of' asly 9( th?poarpyi egcl bcilgg pu"((ctI ,u \ holp wo Ilavo not trcslpalsed too Fat oil your valuable aspncu also tlh ht thl plbllu will. read thlis countt'td toryy statenuont wlth interuct, ill regard to tilo suvurrl errors ipulilished about 5au1h R sad fatality; Thanking you,...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

CUI1RESPOi) I)1ENC1. (WeV do noit bold ,,uselves Ir.sJpogsilli fJin opinions expressederde~ by our correspondents.)z~ To "rII: 1:1,?P1To or Till: hIMiOwRli. Stn,-I ito iifurictd, n- it factl, that the WhVliit Ait lints iadado:ito qpponarno Iin this district, noudis tho twist is not s it tntivo one It' iuiusst hveu becen biougIhit ini omis tiiiibcr, ,Wild cnllllol, its yet, have Uotn llny.hold,, It, is of tlhinltito iflit)OrLItIan thtiit hits ' lniLCI" should bO sec'tI intlo, anIIII the grunteot wood destroyer we have, shioulid be uelormiiiiiitod beforo iniisutiof is donio. ]out's, etc., - 0 -; 1j· ACKIJiUU \U. 0--0-

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Victoria a Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Victoria, a Paradise` A good niul truo policy is thant which ?,nolits the laborers, thant is, thio greatetuI inumbutr of workurN. 1f protection bhnelits themlll, 10le us havo protection ; if it does not, lot us Ilhavo frco trade. Sincepllotoctionlisrt gran?t tIlllt pro tection loes not.o raise wages, then LIto aly3 wiLy in which it Cali beinefit the lnior il- by jlroviding emlploymeunt. ilifortunliiitly this eOxpressionl is one(1 of thoose loose pLhrcIII thlat convoy dif oirent imeaining to difl'onritt persons. In t11 s1u1se of 1causinig l dnmaintdi for it certnin kind of labor, it is true;o but in thie sense of cli?sing i ihtlniild for all kinds of habor it is clearly notc tnu?, If 'protloction 'Cprevents iiuro ileal froln Ibeing linployed thlllan it gives eCinloy?enllt to, tllien it cmliotl bhoiinlit thll g?r?test llnumbeltr. Andil if it takes mllini ILawy front the prodiuc titins, which would, front the iinatureo of lth coullntry, give the grea?l t re tuti to thi r labor, to empl...

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