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Dramatic Performance at Balwyn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Drammatio Performance at Balwyn, (olding's Halnll, Italwyn, was crowded to ex aes by a most enthusiastlic nudlenco on Friday night, tlhe 7th lust, whelln "Coricket on thle Hearth " was performed by the meol bors of the Cantorbury. Literary Association in a highly creditable manner. G(ireat praise is duo to all th!e ladies and gentloemeon who appeared before theo foot-lights on that occaslon, aind as they all acted their part so well andl worthily it would be Invidious andl comeo with bad grac from us to miake coin parisons. At the same time we must not omit to state thaLt Mr. G. O. Scott deserves special mention for tIle pails and tilmo hoe devoted ill getting up tile entertainment and for supervising all the preliminaries. Tile stago decoraltionlls and plroscenlill were olntrusted to the care of Mr, A, Pain, and lhe carried out his task In a pleasing and skilful manner. With such men as Messrs. Scott and Pain to deviso and manageo these cssnoutials, thle society should experience n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONCASTER COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

DIONCAS'ITER ClOUNCIL. S -----o . T?.sul, Nov,? 11. 1Presont: ireS, &ll (iii the ohair), Z%6lrbo, Tully, Winlter and dllledloy. i. lhNUTEs. The minutes of tho previous Imeet ing woroeread and conlinued.: ConaIln 'ouNpxcIu, From Cr. Androws, ]ulloon C6otmn cil, re works on Evans' Hill, Cr. Zorbo reported tlhit h had seemn Cr. Androws, trod ho lud given very little hopo of luy'thinig being (done. Ho said Cr. IKenit was opposed to it alto gather. RIeceived. ENG(ISI's I l PI:'OIRT. 'l'hlo enIginleCor' report was as.fol I have the honor to subnmit a ro. por't r, works oli Jlactburn-m.road. Htid mlet Mr, M'Comlb (thu N?utuLwading survoyor) on tihe ground. They thought that an eight or 10ft. span brick culvert would be most suitable. Tlhey Ihad also arranulged thalnt lie would take the lovels on thle Donncaster por tion of the ]lalckbnurn-roald, south, so thittr tlhot coul run the formnation rther? k othe hill to get a lIotter grad* ?t. Il hoped tihe de tails would no comlpleted by...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

CORIII1BSPOND1IKNCE. -o [Ve do not holt ourselrces reponstible Jfor opintionas expressed by nor rorrestinidents.J TO TIE E.DITI OF Tilt ItEPoIIT'll?TE. SII,-Tiho contest between 1the elhbs of the surrottninl dilstrict for theo " Iloportor" troplhy is, ovn at ttllis early stage, cnusing consiuloerableo interest. The meeting of Str. roy Hlills anld ilacrklurn on Saturday l nst Iheing thIle tnlch of tile tday, with every like. liihooa of beinig n closely contestod olneo, was looked forward to with special interlest. The rep'rt of tlhe match, nt dioubt, will be for warded to you by oneo ot the cotmpetig club's occrctary, therefore I will Ipass thiat by and lastoln on to the subject of my letter. At tile ootclhs'onl of the day's play the ltlaoklorn naptaini lodged a protest against Surrey Ilillbt o liat groutld of their umpire, whose Ilnntr was forwirded withl the list of Iplayers fir insertion in the local palter, not oflciatiltg, and lthat another 11111pire was appointedl witlhout the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

'--r . . . . ..- _ --The -IHawthorn?-"Iivory'-Stablosr 0i:9 : .. .,' b m- t ? H!,i i - .06 1 m.' nT J F. A. DOWDNEY; ,Proprietor. Hoirses anlulTrnps. Ichtott?lhi.lt'i S'ihial a,:i tnllt itn ivnllu to hor'?? ,at \l 9T.Q * li iIsonula' Vbh clep 116uglit 9 Rh or l, + '? , , . c g. .,. I n. t ii , ""oliorss rolki to endllOe qr hIrVss, ,e, , Oj 3l1 voopeljno d Ilreti sc'O hti tl ii :'C Mii ii 1 \,1, ]? T, 0: 1O D ur0ni ii T i: l Iii L O t ''i i, ·iii "W~ he'ra thy intend to suimply their custouwlpc "? ....1:th ot l i~it l~it at I¶1 "h)OLe'6-' .. n p lUAjIloP 1di, ,Al.lablN., TR Ei.l BI A U DRYe All klindls of'hlaurhcm w·l k dlan-." i reduction made to faiilie. 1,'tih nintut' nol ti 'ilm ei'o ,epniao'eil. ' is 's' d koiv' ground, Umlbrellt me ded. A COuird :u '9 80 · " l ~'': l )]:' .., ?'X S )' ''..... l' :: : ( a '. nt of Colliu S treet). : : I!nvhigconunced pr'dlico mid Ro\ 1lill inny ;l?i consulted at hi o'residlen'c Wbiotelfrso'rondi, m\t iolice p tatisi dlila:. lionr, orlconsultiitl...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH. Before Messrs. W. Ellingworth (in the chair), W. B. Lovering, and Captain Garside. ROBBERY FROM A T[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

BbIII x OHi ll 7CourI. Ileforo Mouesr. W. Ellingworth (in the chair)!, ,'.Ih. Iovering, and Captain Garideo, IlOIntcttv rOMnt A Tiii+,, John Frenontal as tt shtrn;eUwitlh nttempt. Ing to rob tie till of tile hotel kept by Mir. Wnm. TitusR ttitpluIs. pit thu it1h October. \illiaunTltTtscdlj pood d iha t unthe nighit of the 24th init, l s.wile hl was siting ill one of tile ian?-o'rots Q f tle Jotl, he heard the till fall to tile goutnd. 11o riushed into the bar, ,yb~p'lp Baw the prisonbri and hie anked him n, What this zpteant.: ,Tho prisoner did not reply to tie utetlltion. 11i tihen sent for thle police, and gave the pristnor in charge. 11o .ha not leistIseud anyi money ,out .bf the till, and he did not bltiovo that thle accused intendoelto ro hitut . To ,?ergeapl t--: Alm uiilt eoortUin that thle pisoner ldid not say anything wheti I gave hi into the custody Lof 'the police, and that I did not tell tile police that tlhe prisoner had sanid anythinganbot the robbery. Tile Sergoant sa...

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SURREY HILLS V. BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

i u nn hY sIlInr V. hI.tCKlitaR~N. 'li'o above clubs met on Saturday last on tile froittlffe the former.. The weather wIs' all odthat oild ba'doAired for a'lo6d display lit ariokot, Messresr. . Wilson ,and.l M'Comnb caplainied the respective teamsn. Ilacklbulrl worn tle first to bnat, and ent H. HniCOnhy and Loader to the wickets to face the bowl. ilg of ). tf. Wilson and Lcgg. Sneooly gavo a dilllault chancu off ToRgg's first halI blt was lot taLkeoll. Ilonder waas clean bowled by Loegg after contributing seven. 1-7-7. 'Park was next, but shortly after. wards hle had the atifortunLe to e SeHneosby givullen out for I.b.w. 2-7-1it. Tile delcision of the iumpire dil not evidently please the batsman; but it is to be regret(tedil that he allshowed nelic bad taste as to dispute the do. cisiol of the iulpire, when the kliows that nIpirirO's decision in final., Jose p)artnered 'Park, anld theose two batsumon brought the score up to' A bolefore a optratMiol took place, Jose being clean bowl...

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New Colors for the Box Hill Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

New Colors for the Box Hill Cricket Club, One of those ijilcasing ceremonies which it is our Ipleasing duly to rccordil was performed on Saturday afternioon last at the Box Hlill crieket ground. Through the kindness and liberality of J. I. D)aley, Esq., and - Cook, Es9., the colors of the club (dark blue and wlitc) was, for the first, (imo, wptCed tothoi brecoe; the former hiving lirese'tiied a plenldid flagpolo, aid the lattcrn flag. After the two teams and soime friends had gathered round the pole, and the flag had been bent oni the halyards, Mr. J. Scrjcant (President of the club) ill a few chosen reniaiks, asked Mrs.- Cook (the wife of the :donor) to raise thie flag to the brccz; the fair hlady piforimed lthant ceremony ill Ia very skilful Ilmanner, amiid0t lound cheers t4oni, the assellllago. The captatin (\V. Memtdlo,' jiii.?)lhaving• acknowlcldgcd theu gift iii a uitable inalnller, the eelreiionly ended,

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH. (Before W. B. Lovering, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

* MONDAY, NOVEMIIER OTh. I (otoro V. II. Lovrilg,l J.P'.) Jollllhn Buchanan was proceded againsat by constabloe lcaly oil a chargeo of insulting bo. Ilaviour, omimiutted at Surroy Hlills on lho 8th lnst: Thu defulndantt was lined 10s., or throu days. Snae v. Archibald Allan--Unlruly bo. hIlaviour at urroy Hlills on Hundady alter. nloonl. As ho ll;,deoll drinkinK very lmlluch of nlto. ho was rcmianded till neixt court cday. bail being allowed, balut it was not forthcoin?l iug.

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SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

SPORTING, ---:u:-- U?lO,1'lO'TER TtOP'IIY MATCEIIIS. Secretaries are politely requested to sollnd in the reports o Itheir matches not Inter than Tuesday. ltox IIlfr, v. CNTIIItuIIUtY. The Box 1Hill cricklet grolund plresented n very lively aIolearanco on Saturday. Tihe occasion belig the hoisting of the colors of tile club, given by Mr. Thos., Cook, oil the lagpolo, the gift of hIr. Vice.Presideont J. II, Daiy. The ling is a very aInrge one, conposedt of navy blue body and wllhito stripo running oacross, with the nane of the olub in full, anlld the polo standls about 150 feet out of the ground, painted also blue and whiteo. loth gentlemen deserveo the best thanks of the club for their generosity. The presidelllt of the cihl (Mr. Jno. oSergonllt) spoke in highl termls eof tilhe kifts, and called on Mrs. Thon. Cook to raise the lIng, whicrl was hristettoed to the mulsioe tOhearty cahooers. Mr. ; Vise. Presidletit Siepoll also is determilnedt that the ladies shall niot be neglected, as...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

NOT.ICE., Owing to pressuro oi olur coluImnIs a largo quntijiy of original ad imterestinj matteor is unavoidably hlld over until nxex woek.

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Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Hawthorn Police Court. Tv iu:dI.J, Nov,:.II.t:n 11. I)aL|NJa., John Shiels was charged withli being drunk nud disorderly. hIischarg?ed. ,ohnhor 1highinto ewo'?,h miharly charged. h)ishirguh e.d with a caution. SMaria ollppler, drunk, alli di:iuordrly, wao lined 204. or ,I8 houra' imprionmucnl. Isthueti~Ni lae Avioun. ,John M[oranao wa\vs ch'rgod with lnaeulling bcihavioulr snd resisting the police. CoasntallO MlcCsrthy gavo evidence to the oeffect that tho dlefelndant had created a dias* turIhiance iii All.n's Aulirit Hloteol oni tlhe night of the 1th inst. 1[o was inldlging in very, bad lnlgiage, an.d when 11 weont to arrest him prisoner resisted violently. iobt,. W. Allt, licensco of the Auburn Hotlcl, gave corroborltivo evidence. IF'or the lirst offence defenidant was fnled 20s., switlh U. cd. costs, hi defaull 48 hoIlurs, andt for resistlinl thle piolice, 20s., in default 19:; Itu i. I·: L 0· Thiomnas lllrris was clarged with creating a disturbance outside the Lnagham Hotel on H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Council Advertisements. S"IIE 01" NUNAWADINGC. .£5 REWARD. 'ill abovo 1leward will he paid to any one giving sueth infornnation asmpv'ill ,~l tqo the conviction of any porsboi o',prsoiins fully damaging Lamps, .inchi'g/liidl other property of thie Shire. It is exspected that llatepayerra.wildohcaL. best to provent or discourage the destruction of their proper!y. ,i ! '"( lty dloi' ?r oftl Co ncil," . IU..............., L IITON,.... Shimr Secreltary, Shire Hall, lox ltitt,ot~s~os,,yS' CiO ~ CJC B LAClKB U RN CRICIKET'L' CLUB CONCERT'1,' INOVEMBER 'NI GRAND) PROGRA(ih MME; IILUMLNATIONS . p)ENt)ING ERItlCTION 01' NEW BUllDING( i Tihe BOX tILLh STATI, SCHIOOl (No..111th) la hild in a , . (Thlo Soutlhtnti i of aot.est rt,., : . ' . Irlll,\l Tp?.rlc ltc. ,', i Gf 1 o A N1) . A ST. PIETIll'S 01IUltCI[ O! Io"NGLAND, BOX ..lhh . , tit DOS 11100. To be held ill the H EOREATION HA LL, ON TIIUrltSlDAY ll, illl)A, and SVITUItiAYX 27Tau, "rn , andi 2unit NOVEtO IltI To be opened on TIIUIRSDIAY, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

'NO; BU.RTON AND 'KN' . tt .lit " ENTA' Ii, l 188i , . CARRIAGE BUILDERS,:L: Bu::'Brwood Road, Hawthorn.:, Highost Awards Melbourno Contcuniinl nd Adchlnido Exhibitiouis,' First Awards ud 1 Second at thle lt Nat ~iomlr n1 Agricultural ,Socioty's iShow . .. . . Ci.iiirmgoie tiggii'sos, Cie to liw , ( i.., &0. i b nd' uilt, to order. itit -t,; ..thJ, ,i? .?,h.? ?? l? "i l _ .U ,iN ) )1 I': White Horse Road, Box Hill AnMd at, Camberwell. ICIi 1. tlAGE a r . L L J~l,;,,, .,,l? ,:,hll .... . ;;I . . . i.. ~ .... .L.\ , 1.'O O III)E]I - sii n Ix ii. I,1 l/ JH S , I u,,I -c '.i. -" CUI.h II I] II U.kIIIWUL[UA FI."'.1)'1'?1, ? ?. - .."? ,, 1? t i ; - it ?1 ,.1h itt~h. , .iJ? t ii ' .,: ... -i ., ? , . . ;. . .; i , ,.I t iii,? t ", ,?' 3Iii S h II, S I'8 'IU .'?~ ..: ,,i-i. . i , 7hi t ; itt ,In t oiU lFb, , 1r?].l f 77iit .Sb'cond-luind Harness) Uottglht, or Exhinuiged fi' wNow. _--7." " -::++ ?7T 7"".-?- -----~I - : . + Gra 1 Spring & Sunnmmr Show.? 1MISSES ,COLLINGS . ST....

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

SLocal News. Alsutller 5ann5iverlsary of thle !loteid 5t0s of Njvembcrs ((hoy Fawkou'sl tIy) hits nasscdi away. Tllhis celebrlatiolon sce s to lie raisldly dyinlg out ini this part of the world, although ill some iuarts of the colony thie youths via withll eachl other in their eflorts to raise n good pile of lilbeDr for tile Iurpose of bol fires. Thle utter nbscle of guys wtas very notiiconable. - This district furnished atbout n idozen lres lnast week, nld tirlhe oleclt roliL ais oellinllco was iiloleed pictureastue, a?tlhouglf rathler iangeorous, as thlu weather wans very warls, and ii anlly chance slplrt haId bilown laway idtl set fire to one of the inUllerous llilddocks there is no telling what datlsnage we should ha've had to record. The Hutlumer Meetinlg oi the V.11.0. lhas collno land lloe, nlld tile collnnillee Illany lie congllritulateld on tile gqod spell ot lihlu wen thor which hais beisl grainted tlhen. Tlhe bettilg public, or tile ninjority of tihci, mlllay be consilere...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 14 November 1890

Now that the excitement of tile Cup carnival aid strike has ceased, people are again turning their attention to political matters. The question is now being asked " How long will the Mauso.SiiEi.s Admlinitration last ? And will they be tan ;Ilprovemclenit upon the Cili.IE.s-D)KAKIN Ministry." Time alone can only answer this ques tion, but it is clear that as soime of the members in the new Cabinet are new to office, and as the nmembers of 'the Corner Party feel aggrieved that they have been left out in the cold, Mr. MuNso will not be able to walk oin a path strown with roses. lie will soon lind that he will have to cope with great difliculties. As le has not made known his futuro policy, and how lie intends to steer the State ship it would 'be premature to pass an opinion upon hlis Government. It should be accorded a fair hearing both inside and outside the Ilouse. This is deailuded il the interests of justice. The Premier is an able man, and has a thorough knowledge of financ--an e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

The Hawthorn Livotry St alos,* oG0E uD1SCI'S rJ, (iOLDIi\ bTI 'F., Ag;DnoWDNEY, pi~ietov Uorses no.1 ?inplont on hlmore .bpecial atteintio n, oivn to hout'ce at lIvery. rflejs bsroken to sddle or hni lssi TIlE Ot'J1I nwi l'E1 ~m( fjPt lin oponed promisos at up CA llEl'O1WE V. (lOA W here (lihy illnindio suppGl tihiu Oet wmr5 .: u: 0th best umant at loow~pricios R simnkin; AL4II4FN S'PREF'1' A )Y \ll kind0 or laninduwotk dfo Nv.M A' 1 (SiUction inudou to fiannblics, t OVurnli' I 11ilrid gromdUintbi rilhis 'm iiiid; A Card, 1)R. MA(:N; (late ot Collins (ivrCt).] - I Invitig conlumbce14ld pr!1iticat nt' l10% *Wlilv nie 1 oi o uid. Utet poie3Slic l litn, uanily. mliiirs or conssolltiuon: Mornings ... bhforo I 1. livenngs ,,(Ito fd. Im bnh'le tcts cluiiitd to plitients visi* It'd ni their homes af~t' lI pa.m Corner Burwood Road, and Power Street, Hawthorn. H. Haggarty &e Sons, CAIIPENTEIItS 1OINNItS a (ENElAlL CONTRIACTORlS. Venutian Blinds Repaired & Ropainted. NOTICE. I...

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Exciting Balloon Journeys. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Exciting Balloon Journeys. One of the longest, as well as one of the most perilous iiid iiexeitijig, ballooii voyages on record ias rceently Jaken lilnio ini Austrin. 'Iwo ollilers of the Army .llalwiny regimelit sseeiided froiii the .l'atcr at V ieiiia iin the inijllitary ballooni iuiiinel lifter .Rulltltsky. thc hero of Custous and Novren. 1 was their inteiition to make only a short experi nentiil tri p. hut the wiiid siiddeiily in crcased in strength. ''liey' lost control of their vehicle, and were swept uip into dense banks of clouds. It wai iinpos. siblo to take . any observitionis, or attempt to gniide thejir course. ''lie start had bccii nuiilde at niiio iii the cven inc, anid they. renisined alloiit t lie long night through. Ilcsceiit ias iltiiiinltely muade at ]lriicEnlow, a vihlIIge in lPoscnii ut a distance of 3:tiit miles fronm V'ieiniia. Iin time they hlil d demolished thlie urecoril of tle best railway express. They hlad doiie in elos'ei houri's what a fuist traini req...

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Napoleon's Expedition To Egypt. (REVIEW OF REVIEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Napoloon's Expedition To Egypt. (inVI~l ru' 01 anWsi~ .) Tihe Mecmoirs of Niilioleoii'a lxpulditouin to Egypt by Colonel Yigo .llssilloii, wvill sCcially interest Iiglish reulcirs, for the testimony which I hey hoar to whnt we ari lICCllstomlled to colunit alllong the goood resrvero tl alitiest of cir rulco Colollel .hloiissilloll uccom 1inaiid tIle cx* d10(litionl, 11nd the stoar, 115 it is rel'rodll'odl' III (lie " Iovlo ", iS litenllly I s11Ll'cribclt from th1e graphiuc ulfgeis of his diary. 1T 15 5. (lriii bl ild m IinIt igs inst, the lpersonal l hlulnllity of I tiolclol, who bllnlldolleul his wouniidcit svil Ii the lltnlost enicisll. The EgIIlisa coLalllnlllldel's, oil the con trary, did aIt llthv3 ron lit for Ilithen. At the taking of St. Jan d'Acrol' me)n11 of tannes' divisioll er00e saved trotll) m1n1S sacro 0olly by the energetic illterfcrl'clc e of the lEn gllsh llnavy couna nlder. whlo claimed t hemll Is Iihis plisoilurs. Wh the LFrenlch wo unllleCl know thit te1113y Wil ...

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What's in a Name? [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

What's in a Name ? A very intercsting debate took place in the ] oroondara Council Inst Puceday night, over a very simple maltter. The Ilailway Cotnmnussioners wroto to tho council, requesting that body to suggest ansonumfor two stations on the outer circlo line. The stations aro situated on W'hito 1lorsearoad and Canterbury road.n nd nie mid-way betwoe Unl awyn and lKoi. The council was a -very long tinmo in arriving at a decision. XYhat the new stations sh1oul0( be called seomncsl a pluzzler for the council to decide. Cr. Day was of opinion that the station on 1Yhite Horsoerond should be called Cothinm Stntion. Cr. 1aling was opposed to this title, and assignel asa reason for his opposi. tion tlint if it eoro called? Cothamn, all the letters addrciscd tothat station wovuld be sent to Kew. Cr. Hicks thought that they should *chose a niame that would associate the station with the district, and in this view of the case he waswarnmly supported by Cr. Sweetnam, who, seeing thl council...

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. NUNAWAD I COUNCIL. TnUasoAY, NOVEiliiiER 1$. P'resent:.Cr. Plipporill (Presiddeit, in thu clhair), nild Crti. 1{awlingls, Jitbdop, Ellingwortlh Morton, mad Serlp!ll. C(r. Coolo3 directed attention to time dirty state of te lammps. 0le said the light could hmndly le soon for (lust, 11nd( thuit the dirt omi the la mmps provemited thie light Ironi being soho at II distance. His i- rmeimarlus only re ferred Io the iImmlamps lit by gas. Ilu mnovel--- Th'at the liox I till (his Commpmimy be mejuested to eleom the gas In umipi. 'lhie notion wit- si-i-onied lby ('i. I·llinivo~i~t rt and carrid.li'. tie haid m~ovel rasolimtioim in the cotcimmil, to tte etibet that till) dirt curt shlumld call upon a nmumober ol placos in iuIIrrOy Hills. As blutt Inotiozlaur l bhoe ihadjboon carried. ho was surprisod to hidt tlhat thu ilust cart 11ha1( not cIlold; and takon away the rofuso. 'TleI raitOlpityoi5 itt Mirroy IHills 0or0 annoyod it this OiiiiioO, ainiul thoy wanted. to iknowv...

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