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A Neglected Child. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

A Nogloctod Child. IJiiiinp, whoa ia ll ly l14ifllL1U11V8 ufajia, lirriIjall iii Blox Iii ll by tu(11 ii ~lllrli hon 111lint c usic~ Ilung it r~ thu l~acltili butaiu tl wIsc IhiocavuillUO that liiiWUI t 11 'litil L',hl HtnLL~U .101028, who0 lOnkJ Ilini) La tiII pajliuO II llian, wln~u ha 0211' kindly ill((liCndu LuP fly licttil dauceiit ia 1212i'y ilIt uli~lllgunt· forhi 111 (I111 li ii 8112 14111111 l ltllillltl 11 il~ll~tl'. I I Ia lt'sl.H IV11 t'll ll1I'Yle'stilg111 cul~ (11(1,,111( alury of Ill' hunlL tlift' Ilet'ic111 Ilhr utlIr \ Ii' 11110111' nra dt''sd, Illat i:I llll' 111:~1211(1's I 111111Y~ With 11112111 fIn llll: 1 1111 Ii I l 'sI tilll~tll ill llrl far 112111. hII~t 1111121 11111 It11,111121 Illanli0\.1 iho miunao oi lhis eumployer. I io usend to weed ho l.gardcn, aild dto odd jobs about the hoius, hlut li th tillies were dull his lemployer lihad to dispensel with his services, ald tIhe yongllllter was aglin called upon to Inco the world. With a shilling in his pockot h...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Memorial Service on Mr. I. J. Watkins. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

e' eomorial Service on' MIr: . J, , atinas,. . A very largo congregatioln assembled in the 'lethodist Froee Church on Sun. dtl ? evening laist, when: theli Rev, 1. ]Burto improved the death of the latd Isaaio `John Watkins. About .10 melmbers of the local Rcclhalitoe Tunt appeared in regalia, anll occupied at part oftho ,ilorth ;iiig of the clhurch. 'The hymnla, sung by, the choir were all appropriate to thu occasion. 'The preaeher took his text from the epistle of St, .lunaes, chapter iv., verso I-I, l" What is your life,'' and comnienced his discourse by stating that ,lames proposed tlhisquestion for the considera. .lioaioflthl iinreloiautsNmnilil trdleri(of .. such, men word to rekuwith certainty upon a future which, ill point of fact, was most ltuner'iin, anlid litns to lose sight of the operationsof that supreme will which sets ta hound to every manl's life. The exceeding brevity of life was next dwelt upon, " It is Oven a vapourn'."' low brief wer the e moments ill which a vap...

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

Funeral Notice. THE friends of the late EDWARD   CROSSMAN , are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the Box Hill Ceme tery. The funeral will leave his into resi dence, Bushy Park, Elgar-road, Box Hill, at 10 o'clock, THIS DAY (FRIDAY). OTTO PREUSS, Undertaker, Burwood-   road, Hawthorn, and at Surrey Hills, Box   road, Auburn.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Industries of the District. CR. CLARENCE HICK'S TIMBER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 24 October 1890

Industries of the District. CR. CLARENCE HICKS' TIMBER       WORKS. One of the most successful men   of the present time in this district is Cr. Clarence Hicks, J.P., into Presi-   dent of the Boroondara Council. This gentleman, owing to his wise judg- ment and discretion, and his large and extensive knowledge of comer- cial and business principles has suc- ceded in placing himself in a position   which few in these days and expect to attain to. He was succeeded in climbing the highest rung in the ladder of competency, and has the       pleasure of enjoying a dignified posi- tion in the social world. Placed be- yond the temporal cares which are in- cidental to the fluctuation of trade he has concentrated his mind, capital and energies in a business which re-   quired all his foresight and discretion   to place it in the front rank. This he ha...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Cockroach Letter-Carrier. TRAINED TO HELP CONVICTS TO ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

A Cockroach Letter.Carrier. -0 TiiAINEDi) TO hsIs' CONVICTrs To EAC.u'si. A commnon cockroach was trained to not as a lctter-cnrrier betwcen William Itodifer and " Starlight Janck " 3'an, convicts in the Southorn Indiana 1eni. tontinry. It is probably the first instanco on record, too, whero thiere was any use found for. this little oreature. Ilodifor occupied a ccll in the tier just above the one whero Jack was coifined, and for a long tima they had no means of consinnnicatingu'ithoie nsinotlhcr, ]Rodifer was a daring fellow, but ho had not nlluiciont imagination to gOt tip a pIlan of escape, and hle relied on the bright mind of his friend "StarlighltJack" to suggest an idea, Onie evening hfodifer noticed an iunoccntlloolcingcoehc roach running naout oil the floor. After watching its gambol ings for a time, he concluded that lie could use it. So writing a short note to his friend, lie tied it to the cockroach's wing, and kneoling clown on the floor, hle put it on tho wall under the...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARLINGTON V. WAKEFIELD. (For Mayer's Trophy). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

SAHsLIsnToo v. WAK1EFIELD (For (laycr's Trophy). The abovs'e mnatch was concluded on Matur. lay last sIsnld reslteld ini a dccisive win for (Is Arlihngton by ans innuingSu s and I1 runs. Thie scores were as follows: Wuslwfleld, first ininiigs -.... 33 do second do .. .. 100 Total .. ... 1 ~Arliington .. .. -.. ,. 1 Ilux lIsts, Coun v. SuaceY IHIus OLhs (at floxi 1il).-11ox 11111 will bo selected Irom (ha following :-Willis, Kefford .(2), 0. Suttoun, Swoetland, Kirby5 eock, J. W. Williamnslsrton, Rlobertson, ii. Williams, harbour, Walsh. Ilsuonsosn 2sii Ermrix.N v. BLACKUIIIIN (at 1lllckburns).-Thl e following will replresenlt hllackburun :-Suncsby (2), Jose, 'ark, Loader, M'Colub, Calder, Mhihan, l kwelo, (ansinon, Parry; 6nscrgecsby, Quarterman. 1'lay to cosmmnseince at 2.30 v.'51· Ilunwoon v. DirACIIUuIS, OClub Elsvens, 111' llnkrwood).lackburns caim-n-cits, i(), 5Lillinsgons, Iloberts, PIope, Havory, Park, Davoy, M'Lollan, MIntoshs; omser gency, Goodwini. Play to coiiintence at t...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNION JACK V. PROSPECT HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

UvnIoN JACK v. Prrosra'cr hl1L. On SHrturedrvy Inst the Union Jack corn. Ileted thenir tird mIratchn nuid gained their third victory. On thne 4th October they bmert Velton rnd (rieianwido's 0.0. by 055 rons, anid on the 15th October theyJ brat the 1o0 11ill Club Eleven by cight wickets and three rins, ntrd ont 2Otlh October (InSt Saturday) they jourrneyed to Caroberwell and beat tire Prospect Itill 0.0. by one innrirrgs ritrnl 11 runs. Tire pithlr was very sloppy anid u favorable to batting. A. Whiteeand cap. tained tihe locals arid S. Blaclcburn the visitors. Tie fromer winuilug tire toso do cirled to senid ihis mIreri to tire wickets, brut tihey coruldi imrake rio stanld agaRinrst thie bowl irig of (1. lackbrrrn anid J. Brewer', tihe Inst wicket falling for tire total of it runs, throo of which wero byes. On tieo Jackir going to btt tire wickets fell raridly till .1. irewer anti T. Itoilges got togerirer, 27 errurs bteinig rniado before they were sepnrated by T. Hodges beirrg bowl...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

SPoD>U!I&d. i;'sP'~ a--:o:-- CiICKF'rT. 11'1iI'MI rilo TtOPH MArCHES. Seorotaries nra politely reituested to send inc thu rejorts of their iccalchies not clater than T'ruc Hday. i i Notwilvititandinicg the uscnfvor lq state of tihe weatlstr this uccithh&obeal d) ' iast Sn. Icrdcy nI finccgwood, the result being c very ensy victory for ths flox hill. Too mcc ptirao cannot be given to the losers aor tics sportocltcmanlike icinapor-ei th which they took ; S dfeaat; ahno spoqner WicitnwIcan out, thaci thieer was a inmn ready to comce to the wiekots, nid Mcndcr, a thic close of ttce clcinco, tlhicnckcd i IlCoinb nicd tlco otlcer lling. wood plnyere tor their conduct, whiccl , bhe said, stood ocut in maccrked ieqnctratn ,to. the tactics t 'the' Mitlcacris 'clcib thel Jcreviols ctcurlny. The gaceio wias, 'started nt c.i1c, snd MbCoclcc Icavinig won the 'toss trocn header secct tics iox 11111 iccto tice tiel; bcct tIce howling of Toon and Cnrsocn was too oetletive, and th...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONT ALBERT V. ST. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

M0osT Aranetr v. br. VINwEeT. Tihe first match between the above clube was pilayed on tI1m Mont Albert ground on Smtnurday, 2'mlh inst., in half a gala of wind; whilst all through tihe amne thrremtenmiog cloudm Ihuni ovmr the groundmr, cuhnloinaling in one or two showers, which, hlmiweyvr, di( tot Iiinter time iilay. Itoth teamna were fairly ieplreseiitmiti Se. liay wmrm imot emmmOmmmmmrmenIe till twmemmty Immii mmt'hi pstitrm. Th's l!e 1nMmmii Allen, wiiiimimiJg tIhe tmom, mhreidmmh o 1mmtitke time fleMli, sendin: tir mm<mPmtm to fth wiC5ietli wiseho emmimimimem mmc l their immimimgm imithi 1gglmI. tar anmid Morris, to tihe bowling of Cust and Blood. igglocston was caught in Oust's third over by A. Loach after iiiakiing 5, and l*Call Ithen appeared. lIuLns canie quickly ronin bloh batminca, and when tlie score was 'hOiouit 30I, Fraser took the ball traon Cust. Morris fell under Fraser's swift bowling after contributing 8 by smart batting. Morris, in his innings, showed t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RICHMOND V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

A mnatclh between the above clubs was phjyed on the IBlackburn ground. The wit~ket a inl a vCery wet 5tatc, n1(d it was veiy dillicult to get and work on the ball, uoetortll ess, lllackburn perealvcred, and mninaged to gelllichi'iond dlsposed of for 298 rcns. Ilichniond was well ropresented, and I bolejevo l1e strongest batting teamn that Ihas over visited this district, and finactourn weoro jully alive to this, and we must congratulato theo upoiin thleir dolormination upon playinig to theo ed, altholhli playing one man shorI. The ieolding of Ulackburn, wae splendid, altheogh T'ritton was missed in long fiold when ho lnadscored 90 rinias. ' Bubjoined aro thq scores : Sinclnir, b Sneosby .... .. 10 Ourson, stumped Load.... ... .. 20 Tritton, not oat . .. .. 128 Matthews, bIn rry ~.. . . . 10 WYolls, b Snoesh 1..1 Nowing, N. Mimnahan . .21 Salnsd, b Hlmeesby......... 7 Itaddrik, b. Londer .. 41 1iroek, b I'ark .. 11 je'1orlen, b Jose . 10.) 0 1'aton, run Out , 7 Extra....... . 7 '2118...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

The HawthorUn Liver'y .Stables,. OTAhlNd'HALT,,diLD si 'F. A. DOWDNE;Y hiPropritor. Itorses nod Traps lent olp7 htfo !rc' Sjccl ntcllntionl given to hortestit livery. IoTo nid Vehilos ]oaO lIt,i ;lor Ior ,.haneiopd.j ha ; woe s brokeotd addile bi linciis . 'PH11 CA'hIlIlR1Witt,L 'ULP T ,SUJPPLY I In opocit pi e eL.s nt. ' Ii b C' ' MII 1' V t'lŽLT UPPaI"In1 111 t.V Il noiN R. Simkakn Al L1V'N MI'Rlt'IIVl 1AkU"ITR1Y. All litulb of launudy worik dono. A ed netion ianttlo to fonilids i lFuronitte'ur and tin\tl'rc teanir c'd S istoL'e nd lins os groutnd, llinurlinc'h tnnied, A Card. (Tate or Coltins Strect). flaying co)itttnCtoucd practice at. l ox lill tony Io ronsultod at. Itis residoinco Witito I lot'e Bond, noxt. policoottation, inily. .I1 ours of onoulttatiotnt ?tloi'tinogs ... hoforo i.1 Evenings ... (i to 8. Corner Burwvood Road, and Powver Street, Hawthorn. -H. Haggarty & Sons1 Chll'KPENTIMI:S. .10158148 & (iESN1ZlhT CONTRACTOR'01 S . Veneitian Itlind'il Rop irde...

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The Nunawading Council and the Foxes. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

The Nmunwaiding Council and th6 Foxes. Ann exciintg scenic occuirridel at the car of thu Nunnnawnnninnng Cnounnncil Chamlnber on*, Mon. day aflurnnoni Inst. Thu ruward of lia. given for every fox which inn brouglnt to the council Inas hind II n th dienired efect. hend cIIi live foxes ire bteiiig brnought to the council in batches of live at in lime. Last Monday live of tlisce atihuals, all nilive and kicking, were lell with Mr. Ilnughton, the shicr secrctary. ounr wore plcrdcil in one cago, and one an another. Thu fox that was all by hlimlHnef euceeudC d in nuakiUg good tisl uocinpe duning thu afternoon. When this fact was mnade known to the councillOrs, a general rush wan made by all our civic representatives to recaliture Ilryiinrd. The equncillors looekd here, there, iilnd evurywhlre, aboot the yard, and the hunt was on the ove of bolng given tip iii hiopelcus desiiair, whieii our ruiircsintative, who moanifested gvript interest in the searoh, spied 'the little iuiiiuial coiled u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

THE "REPORTER." Thie official advecrtising miuiuin for t10 Nunawading, IDoroondarui and Doncastur Councils. TIlE ONLY LOCAL JOU INAL In thin District, EVERY FRIDAY, Anud Couunainus FULL lIEI'OlITS Of nll the LOCAL COUNCILS. - ALL KINDS Of JOB FEINTING Doni or thei MOST I1EASONAIILE TERMS, - Aco~unt Dookus ii speciality.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

NUNAWADIING COUNCIL. MOnDiA, O(iUIrIoD 27. VcPrsot : Cr. Pdppcrill (PrcsidunL, in the chiair'), and Ctu, 16 twlipgi, M<Arltlill''3i r BishopE!I~Ylngwo nrth or toni eand 8uripbI. F'roin C. 1]Ithorington, ricqtsting tie cotincil todsubstituto gas for korosono in thu ItLunp on his land at Surroy Hlills. The. cusinu guullneme required in.. formation on thu following points: . 1. Jio-mnaling piece of road and footpath opposite Jkcreation Hall, Surrey Hills. 2. Clotting cuilvurt linisheod, nai it is in a dangorous coonditioni. 11. ionmoval of briiksi near his front gate, as thoy arc being scattered and lbrokoC . 1. Clearing out.gutter, which is constantly being blocked up with sand. 5. Asphalting footpath iin Albany Crudacouin, north side, and joining aspihalt on south side. (. Asphalting nortih side of' Whiid sor CrescOnt to railway gato. r 7. Names of streots on lainps. -Cr. Elliuugworth- anirI he thought tlihso wero points that shoithld ho attended to. T''hwro wore a lingeo ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Surrey Hills Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

Surro y Hills Presbytorianl Church. 'The anniversary serviceti of the above cliuireh wire told iin tulndnay, Utht October, nihen the 11ev. Wii. I lewllison, MA., of ltruiitwik, nnd the 11ev. S. (1. M'rLaron, 1. A., 'rnitcipal of the i'teshyteritn 1aihies' Colltege,~ delivereti eloquent nod impltreasivo seriunos to large antd tltpprciative congrega tiona. JIr. lewitson, iin the morniuo ng, pri'ncIeti fiont Ililal xXXii, 1.-il, tdowinig very clearly the iiecessity tint helpfoloesti of a high moral chiairocer1 in tiait. Mir. t1 I aren, in lila ceratittn, establisIcul Ity resist lean logic the claitout of it the Iay of Hleat,. nIttIt onluiphsiseid th' lurtolricty it ot itt strict observance. 'The tea IIIetinItg seas held ott the followiing Thuradity evening. T1hi. tailtl . wir ntt mtptly latlen wilh choitice viantl. In the veiy tansto fItl ilecitral ions the laties seetiteld even to suortass their urevbiout liigih eicellence. At thle Itibli nictine g, I lii chair weas takent It) the min...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Honesty and generosity. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

Honest and gecnerosity.-Sonso years since alady, removinh', was ridding her -house of old materials. One of the articles -was an iron chest, which she sold to a Smith in Cnrnaby-streot, York. On taking it, home, old Vulcan bogan examining his purchase, anud, touching a secret spriig, a draw pireseinted itself full of guinena. Thiey amounted to 235, which hle wrapped ip In paper and took to the lady, who "gcnoroiuly" prosented the honiest frllow with a guinea i Dressing for Court.-The followinig dialoguo took pineo l iot very many years ago between a lenrneld sorjeiint aiid a loarned lBaron of the Exchequer while on cireuit. TYhWzn ihi o-srjeant entered thie court, one morning, the judge said, in a sharp tone, 'B]lrother, you are late; the court haswaitcdaconsiderable time." " I beg, your parldlo, my lord," anisworcd the sorjeant, . was not aware that your lordship intended sittiing so early; the instint I heard your lord ship's truimput, I dressed myself." " You wero a long tino abo...

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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

I3OLIOONDARA ih 11118 COUNCIL. MONoUWY, OUTOtnilt 27Th. P'rosout: Or, DIillon, l'rusidcnt (in itoe clhir), stnd Ci's. Venur, iruintt, Maling. Taylovr, Hidks, Day, nud Clayton. From Paibtlia Ilonhith ioard, forwarding cohiclsof IIot1iOe5 rOsp)Ce iniginieettous diseases. Eromi llnwtilorn Countcil, infortming them they had adopted resolution pasoed at last mouetimig. Srom Hecretary Nunawading Counoll, ir entch pita anid re footpaths on Alexanmder Avenlue, askinig this conucil to attend to work. Iteferreit to emigineer.. Fronim sanmmo, iiiorimimng this council that tender on WestlhIoundaryroad was approved. IReferred to coanmnittce. Fmroimi tihiro of Malvern, nasking coumncit's co-ocration re ne'ow bridge over Gardliumr's Crek. Iecleived. 1-rom 1unmane Hiocicty, retuestiing con tribution. Itocuivcd. From Hlfenth Departmuent, r council's ntomination of repreoentative on the hoard of Public Health. . lDferred till next umeet. Fromin 20 residenits miear the Outur Circle railway lino, nsbin...

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Box Hill Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

Box Hill Cricket Club. --0o- A contmittic nteting of tho abovo cluib ws. held 1,1ot TuesdlaY~ ovenlng, and tio tullwtlig buIIlneusj transaWICteCl it was dcliciel to nccept, witi thluiuiks, the k(nd otler of Mlr. (larcide, totIacconist, to contributu two silver-inountedh pipes for compolition ainongat the meonbers; nalo the thanks of tle meCting be tcnderCd to MI. A. F. Ward for lis la renerons otlf' to give zI two guinea trophy for roinpetition in the club. A letter wan received fromt aIr. C. J. Ches coe, ainl the following niotion was carried uinaniinoouely.-" That the clubh will actlit the kildnulor by 'aiil uileinbirrs to perform thle'drnnin of' te Tickel of leave Mla " on the 21at1 Novomber, 18010, at Ilox Iill, and they wvll forum thcmselves at once into a colnimitte to push the anle of tickets to ensure itisuccess. The wlbloi of the bi as-inou arranigenients being left, iib the hands of the meomabers of your compifany." It was further decided that the hoisting of the tiag pres...

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Things that it is Well to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

Things that it is Well to Know. That it is easier to retalin health than to reglin it. T'hat serious headache often comes fromi ill lltting spcctaeles. That tin cleaneml with 15cppr will shineao - great deal better than when cleanct with flannel. That cistern water mmmay hoepuriled by char coal put into a bag aln hung in the water. That powercd rico, sprinkem upon lint and applied to fresh wounmds, will stop bleeding. That salt willt remove the stain from silver caused by cggs when applied dry with a soft clotlh. That hot, dry flannols, appliedl to the face and neck, is a very elfective remedy for a "jumping toothache." That ferit or rust stains on table liuen or other white clothes may very easily be re. moved by soaking in weak solution of oxulie acid. That hard waters are to be pieferrel to soft waters in the tin-aot, as time hard waters havo been proved to slissolve less of the tannin of the leaves. That after tea has been stceped in boiling water for threu minutes a very large ...

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Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. Before his Worship the Mayor (F. Gillman) and a full Bench. ILLEGAL DETENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 31 October 1890

Hawthorn Police Court; TVItHn.\v, OCunnli:nl 'i. Ieore his WVorship the Mayor (F. Clillinan11) andt at full Iloionli. Ir~lnlacit. Ihl:TENIs~lox.s .J. JDieiniiinu, of ioz Hill,i, sued TL'. liartlelt, of Ilawtliorii, for the illegal detention of a set of clrpenlCtur's biols. Mr. Westley appeared for' thu coin plaillllnt. 'TI'he' lench adeo an order for the return of the toolk, ; iailing wluichi .t'2 dauages, with four guiileas costl. .1. Popproill, of Nunawading Shire, uppealed znigniist a valllllltiod uIIIzl by the valuher of the Shiro of Iloroondaru. The coilplaiinant did not fapflear1 anid the case was therefore strlulek out.. Richard Ilyland, of HIigh Street load, also aplpealed against a varlation put 1u1101 hiis propelty by the Shirc m'inoer (Mr. Wilsoin) The shire solicitor (aIr. Atkins) appeared fqr, the coulllScil, ahI i Lr 'Miiuriner apfjlill'cti foi ilyland. The case was struck out, ownig to the comlplainanlt iot corn. p1lying with the 27tith Sction of tlh Act. Similar appe...

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