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UNION JACK V. BLACKBURN CLUB ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

UIIUNo TACK V. lILALcIunC ChIe ,:YveS. Thie above clubs mCt for lbs first time last Saturday on the Lllnckburn C.C., and played a match which resulted in a wiu for the Jacks by isl runs, after a very close game. The Illackburn were the first to bat, and they started their innings very well, the score standing at 10 when the fourth wicket fell: bttt the rcmsining batntscn made a very p0oot show, only increasing the score by 10 runs. (. Blackburn was the most success ful bowler for thie Union .fncks, tuking six wickets for 31 rmmnc ; wshils Brower got two for lTO. The jacks, on going in, batted very well, muanmuging to make Sf1 rIuns before they wyrc disposed of. For thle Blackburn Heita got thme best bowling average, getting four wickets for 11 runs; l'ark otniuog next with three for 2T. Thte Blackburn ielcded and enattht very well, the of thle Jacks being caught out. Sob-joined are ime ecores: Sneesby........ ..........12 1'ark . . . . . l Savory, not out ..... ...:15 il .. .. .. .....

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Attempted Suicide at Ringwood. A MAN CUTS HIS THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Attempted Suicide at Ringwood. A MAN CUTS IllS T'iROAT. Another tragedy occurred at Ring wood on Wednesday. morning last, whel a man muneld Michaelll I)ully, 5ii yneas of age, attempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a butcher's knife. Socially, there is not tih slightoet accounotahble reason for the deed, as the man was in faiily comfortable circumstances, but lie appears tolhave been attacked by suicidal manila. It appears that Ilis brotlher committed sucide by cutting hlis throat some little time ago, iand since then lie iminiself 'has firuu!elitly asserted his intention to destroy him-' self. Hle appears, however, to have lived lIappily with his wife and fiunily, and Ihe was possessed of pro perty in tlie district, At the sante tiie lie was by no means an idle main, and in addition to what he found to do at home lhe took any work out side. His property was valued at sonmeowere near O1000. Duflny retired to rest as usual at nti early lhour on Tuesday evening, but sh...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS V.BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Stianew IhtlrlS V. IlrAICxllillluy. Thu Surrey 1111hscricket graoinid preseuted a very unimated apjaniieo on Saturday last. The sulppiortera and "bhrrackers" o the club turning oulit In great nlinubera to witneas the mnatch, they having hIcard, no doubt, of the unlendid tanld imiade by the Burrey flillsa C,. on the previous Haturday against thU wekollknwnI Ihlackburn C.C. With only two wickets down, and the score at 10N, it was thought that the Surrey had a very easy task to beat the lliackburn score or 1.31; but, as will lie secn, that was not accomiplished, owing mainly to the good bowling of Sneeshy, lie haviug srciired live wickets, oil Saluirdiy last, for the small tolltl (l of line 1u11. (luninier and )I. 31. Wilson, the two not out Imnii, irsamied their pilnces at the wkts., ilut after a few rIiiis hail hIeen adlded to the sciiiV, I iloncer was run out iii attempting an aliiut im lsile rni. 'hliis was iiiiuOrit. n a the bhtsiiiiiin hail played souiiih ci liii Ifio all of Ilih...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hawthorn Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. Before Mr. O'Meara, P.M., and a full Bench. EXPOSING GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Hawthorn Police Court. 'iilcstis, NOiVEMiiiE 18. jifore Mr. O'tMear, 1'.M., and a f11l honch. ''WV. ..: hthcridge, of 'Cainberwell road, Onnthtijerw·ill: wail' sninitiitoitedi for expiosting goods oni ti foolpath, thoreby causing an obstruction. Iinil Us. ifil. John Blrown proceedud against' Albort Dlleviclic e for .2 (15. lii. tOrdor for anmoulnt, with si. ltd. costsl. 1'. Walker procieedeil gaginist .1. T.i1iswlin. son, nautiopippr1 ft lIridgo road. Itichmonndl, for thie itun nof& 27 IB. ld.) beijg an account for printiih,4 advertiti ig.'et O iiwing to the Jloroonidara SLtaniiiard Newslapuier Cumiui iany. A order for thle amount, with Iwo go Iunes costs was mnade. T'SlailviEki, Ovili ?i nstrPA rn.. 'Airied Huoking; wai charged uivith drivinig over is footjiathi in the city. Fiinud lis. TlinlOwanS Hlowsl~. Cunstalic O'Shean rioceeded i giaint two youths naiucd AlfreCd iFry and *lamnes tGrilp for thirowiug stoiies ont lirivate houses iin Prospect till road, Caiburwehll. i I,...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RINGWOOD V.MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

IINO~lscol, v. JAllTcH.UI. This snatch wns contisnued last Siatnrday, and after ans exuting tiniath waa won by Mlitclhamn by. six wickets ansId 1 runs. T followlsng are the scorae: Itixiwuwini, (S&cnnd Inninigs). It. M*Comn, b 1'att .. . i Kiing, b Thatchesr .. *.. U Swinsdon, WV. .. ..... .. . Swinsdoni, T.. u ei'tu b Crouini .. I Stracuian,1: Walker .. . It O'1ieaef, b Walker ..... .. J.1IMCosntb, b Croniun .. W. Jolhnson, nto out .... . 1 (#. Millci, b Cronin .. .. .. O T. Munssunossry, e Edgar b Tilus .. . . lrant, bw b 'titus . . .. ( uindriecs...... .....1 Totil .. .. slfrou.us (Secosid Innisgs). 'M. Cronin, b t. Miller .. . .1. Cornswall,.o J. M1*Conaul b Sing .. ( t'argher, unn ot .. .n. .. . MLuore, nest out .. *. .. 2 lIavia, b Mliller . .. . 1 EdSgoose, loi unt .. .. . - 4 Sunsdries........ ... ... . Total (for . wickets) . . II Mitchsaiu thus wosn the musatch s by 5 wickets anud I rusn.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Recreation Reserve for Canterbury and Surrey Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Recreation Reserve for Canter. bury and Surrey Hills, i A public meeting was h111( o ll thil Canterbury Club Hotel on Thursday evening last for the lpurpose of taking steps to secure it site for a recreation ground for Cantorbury aid Surrey Hills. There was a falir attendance. Mr. Allan, of Canterbury, was voted to the chair. In opening the meeting he said that the residents of Canter. bury had been endeavouring to get this grounid for about a year. T'hey had submitted the proposal to the Surrey IHills Progress Association, hut had not been able, so Ifar, to get: any assistance or a defulite reply from that society. , He was of opinion tljat if the residents of Surrey Hills iand Caitt.i ' bury were to combine they would be iii a position to- purchase an el;gible sitc, situated nidway between the two placcs, and which hliad beei' duller oflice for the last 1'2 months. Hle hoped sonic alctioin wouild ilow bU takei6, and that something- practical would result frnom the meuting, Thlie g...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

SPORTING. --:o:-- CH~ICKE:T. Xecretaries are politely rcqunestcd to seuld in the reports of their mnatches not later than Tuesday. line lInt,' i. C.l,.rclnusur. 'Lids match wnas continued last natuirday it lDox Htill, anmd ecsulted in a one lnnings ulefeat of the Caiiterbury. The uncertainty of the game of cricket was once more eX onpliled in the comparison of the two innings liy3ed by the laoers. In the tirst they nmade 211 am *il the second lie respect. able score of 1211 wrs totalled, tihus show inul tlat they can plly an uplhill gante. The tirnt two reptesentateies were O riboeO an(t l)olglaS, mIt they did not stay long, the last named failing to play a fact one froimi Whlitc. 1--3-5. Moody followed, but White bowled hliiii. 2-1-I. rnckio now appeared and cominencd vely rnutiously, but Osborlne, in tryinig to force tihe rulnning, was cloverly tllrownl out bly Carson. 11-I-li. Itadlain was Ilext lnlId a pro. loalguledl stanut was made, both bntatnen playitig with care. Xeveral ch...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Robbery Under Arms. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Robbet y Under Arms. thite excitinguni, andterest lug drains was plnadti bcftrc one of the hlrgest iund niost enthulinistictientdience. that hIns tervnsemtbled within the walli of the tAo exnd 'lhcatreon Saturlndy celiiing last, atter an avbteice of abont thrie months. T'h comipany and Mr. l)nntpier, antI especiallt Alisi I)anspier, have overy reason to be satustlad with th' warm plaudits whiich greeted their appearance on Snatualnay nigit.'. Elvcry lpart of the large hbuittilg was crowdcd, an. fiurtoall parts could be heitrl si elcome riniging cheers. 'The a:lrciantioin of 'the nctinig of Miss Ialmpier was clearly manifested by the large uninhier of costly and beautiful boutluets that were presented to.hlor, TI'he ncting thlroughout was all that 'tiutd bhe desired.' anl tromt the rise to ~the (Tal of the curtain the interest of the. andionce was fully sustained. At times they would be convulsed with Itinghiter by the witty andt pungent remTtarkis of O'llarn anti M Guineas, the risi...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Trophy Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Box Hill Trophy Mntches. 'ITle follow ing i a table showing tihe podI. liol of cci dclub plyint for fo the above trophy Club. Ilox llj .. I i 2 - 1 11 12 Hurryullall.. 2 1 1 1 10' 12 Illaukburn .. . III' - 1 10 2 12 Mituhaut . . It 2 - 12 Cntolerbury .. II I- 1 1 12 lDoncastcr .. 2 1 - 0 I 12 hlingwood . . JU - JI I 0 12 *i'eo ITheslepinttO a doubtful until after the iImoCinllg of the whole of lih deloegates to be helt on Wednonday, arld 1)eccembar, 1810. Next 8aturday',, ftflms ilI bo selootetl frout the following. Io0 iTrt. v. Ihisiuinuea at liox 11111. Ilox Hill teaom-S. Andereont, T. Ilock, R. Cardoni, 14. Cook, WV. Mfender, L. I'ayne, J. Stoole, 8elioeber, J. Toon, A. Y. Ward, C. Wh'lite, willia; OC; weetlitntd, nd larboor; umlpltire, WV. 8. hock. The Illacklburn tanmi will be selceted troin-T. uhl, Calder, 8.. (Itntnon, C. Londur, J. J. Mlinhan, J. 11. a'Comib, 1'. Havory, F. 8keele, D, MiClellhnt, 14. W. l'trry, II. Perk,. H.tand J. I. Sneesby. 1T. Quarterutnn, J. 11.Jose. Im...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Govonrment Advortisomont. TLitlENNIAL. OIENEIRAl IllNEWAL OE ELECTORS' RIGHTli'S. irrict.y Nonter TO l·i.EBTiriTonE r.): ITis hecreby no~tiloled th Illfrs of . .T Elcltori' gights bcring dite on or li. fort tho 1st DIcctmbor, l88i), 'nust 'oblithi ri'ttirdirights in lion thercof, in order to lnroe their names plnccel upon, tlh now tienerltI Lists to be- mndo up oni tlie 1 Neglct of this precnntion will result in tihe omission of thio unones of :th peolibnsfoo' neglecting tront thlmOnOlimlsts. ThIo olil right uunst in overy 05s- bu do. livereil up to Iti iogistrar, but tho ronowodl right will be oqully; nvilnled' for"'&luy alcution thit tony Itlo Iooboforo tIhe coot. ilg into forco of tho inow Ilolls.'' ' I Intelding itpplicitits for Elcotors' Rlights mire criutionod to atItily mttn.v to thoe itogistrar. 'Thea law reluires tho prescribed ioestliont as to tn anpplicait'smtuoliietttion to be anowercil in writing; tIereforo, if ajpltication bo post. io'neld unitil to Instl dny i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Irelged 1 4 00' I BU TRTON AND KNOX CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Igost Awards Molbournc Ceiiton iuial id n Adlc aide Exhiibitiuons. 3 First Awards and 1 Second at hxe lcate National S, Agriculttural Society's Show. rl'rc]liNuoA In , iiN.Y &.. i AsNok1'i u Alilill . ofl S. IS N1 1.111T AI) SADLE& HARNESS MVAKER, White Horse Road, Box Hill 3(1'I'st3S''I iiA 'I11 T l3 IIN IN, And at Camberwdll. ll 1.10V IndI1I1* IL)I0111I.hI3 Ci)1.I~~.1' C.1I(F TiII l liiilI ,ecoydll und Iho ut"s mI . hdt, In F . seiqi 1i (i Nl Griid Spirinig & Sununor Show. MISSES COLLINGS '··S~bit''r HTut:::T, 110%, ~IIII.I.. I'r~ca rnt thecir couinplinwlll~~s to, the llinhbit anlyt o.f Itox lth umid clain hi dit.rtic, u ii wid bring ltAu'de tiuuu uiptha the Senstoils.(al UIii'rtlasy Ihibbons, (Iloxuii: hlosiety, I sees's are ni pw Op mlal Corsects. huvi . Isi. t Geihi-- trench Kid- A·SPIINALLS Statyion Street, Bor Hill d (hoelter it, Iohst.i ('as Untuiet ut (il auli; it I l all ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Looal Nows. Thue 11ev. J. J. Blrown will deliver his p'opular lecture, entitled " Ilunds anI Faces," in the Surrey Itills Weslryane Church on ThIurstlay ovening, 27th in.t This genutle ttan Is so wretl kntown that he reihitires no reimiarks on our part wvillt regard to hlila lecture. A lecture will be given itt the Teniperatce Hall, Itusoell street, on 'T'uealSay eveninig, tecemhbcr 11th, by MIr. Pnuncy, one of the imetibers of litu Archliecetural and Engineer. ilg Association, on " Chemistry of Conunon Life." 'ersons who. tnkoe an interest in chemistry, and who would like to he prnesot, can obtnin orders fronm Mlr. 0. V. Blackburn, Ilox Itill. A grand entertainment will be given in tue ltccrleion HlaIll. flox Itill, on Tuesday even* ilg, ttcemitnber 2, by the pupils of Mrs. (1. 11. (cutis, In aid of the funds of St. P'eter's Church. Lovers of firset-lass music will be giveit it treat, as all the lieormerera itre well. known professional singers. Irogranmmtes will be ready in a few ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALBION-ROAD, BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

ALBION-ROAD, 1OX llLL. -Tin making of this road Ihas boon ru pcatiely bofore i thie iNunaiwadingi unci?l, and ,whenover it hlas been discussed very littlo good has, accrued frolt the discussion, Thero is one thing,-howuver, which is very'clear, anid that is that the Council, whlel it decided to consent to the wish of the ownersi id spent a certain stin on thl rond, mnade a great mistake, and by so doing has illado itself respoll sibly for tioe sdfu keeping of, hllt, thoroughfare. This is clear froim tho Act, which has buen interpreted to iean- that whlen onco a ilulnicipal council spends money and carries out certain work on a road, oven though it has not been taken over andl pro. claimed it public street, is responsible for any accident that may occurt upon it, This, we believe, is the correct reading of tli Act, The rule under which thu Nunawading Council deals with private streets is that the owners shall pay one-half and the Council the other half. It was clear from the debate t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Increasing Railway Deficit. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

All Inoreaslng Railway Doficit. -o-- The Attorinuytyioiural (aIr. Sliioa ) in hisi addriou to his consljtituentt at COlerninio nit Saturday night, spoke us followit on the rail way deticl:-t HXpaking fIomti iiieiiior*, lhe believed tnat ini 1tI8 the railiwayit iti a lrofit of £.0,Ul000 to the State, but laht year thli department closed with a deticit of £J221,.tN2. As the satie LituseS were now in operatoio lie (lii not see how in the contiing year the railways would retunt a larger reveitto itor how thle would rteislt in less loss to the Sttle. The collinmio sioers estlimaltedl theu desklit for the comtiitn year at t hit ,tOUR. they had still to open illany ol the linewl lile.orlllelel 11 l'ailttimett. 'Theic wule itho somte addiht tional ealu,,es Ifr the non1 iilncraSe of reveItle thlis yeitl vlthlic iusoel huit Rot to talke a ronj ofw Ith outhntllli liillaltncially. Tite stdril had ab~c inljurlioll ly· nII·IIIII·ilectd te ilwa departInetIt, n it wLLa e 'liiannied haI t the inueni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Immoral Leader. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

An Immoral Loador. T'heL' hews whIiichi hits ('OLime ti) 1O11 h1( MI. lPinrill, the Irish leadler, ought to bo suficient to oust hinm from political life. IHis coitihuct, to say the least, is most ropreliensible, itiid will ho up braided and condenmotd by my man who hnasa ny respect for niornl character. Thi11u scandalous manner in which he hIts bohaved to Ciaptain O'Shio is despiciable in thu e.\treme, and this, alone, should cause his party to turn their -backs upon lii it. This is how sections of thu Efnglish L'ress write about hit: The I),tilij Chroiniv'le sasy that the retirement of lIr. Varnell is inevit able. The Iirri'rjssl ur'i,'ri,' says Mr. Pi'u nell htasshown himself to L unflit to mix in respeutable sociaty. The Seatanum, published aLt IEdin burghi, states that it is impossible that thu shocking rseveltions of the O'Bhca case can have been read by the public without serious injury being done to the cause with which Mr. 1'amrcll is so prominoetly associated. I',','itut'r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New College Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Now College Athletic Sports. -·o- 'T'lth1 lthlctic sporls in conntcetionl withi t he New College, Ilto Hill, wore celebrated on Friday afternooun list, on the open block of lanld a short distance from thc college. The wahthoe was elehiglhtfra, andtl, as e conse. quence, there was a large attendance presenlt. Thu splorts wero .hold utnder the super* intettdonce of the principals of the collego, who took evcry care in seeing that fair play was accorded to all 1he comnpltitors. All the ovents wore keenly contedted, and a very enjoyable aftcrnoon ws slpent. h'lto follow. ilg is a detailed account of the races: 1. Flat race, 100 yards. 1st heat-Il. Kerr, 1; 0. Steoluhesotl, 2 ; K. Johnson, 0. 'Tie, 1t2 sces. 2. Flat race, t10 yards. 2nd heat-F. Ihichop, I; (i. Miller, 2; A. lItwlingsO; 08. Turner, u. 'lime, 12 scca. It. Flat race, 10)0 yards, juniors. B. Ilnc. kolt, 1; .l. Phitlips, 2t :1. llodgkls, It W. W\'hitc, 0i; It. Massey, 0. rime, 1: sees. 1. Flat race. 120 yards. hantdicep. It. ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Free Trade v. Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Froo Trade v. Protection. A very spirited debato between champions of these two policies took placo at the Park. villo lHall on the 1 Ith inlst.. There was a large attenldanci . Mr. ]obert Jones obaorvud tl at in this coantry Protection was regarded nas a ncces sary part of Liberalism ; but teo liberals of tio past hatd rogarded restiletion" as their greatest too and freedoi as their greatues friuend. They truggled lieroinally for freo don ianlid won glorious victories, gaining free doim of worthip, freedom of spooelh and of Press, and freedomi of suffrage, etc. And now trIo liberalisnl was aninlig at freedomi of tradc. The nionopolists of lanid and of Ilnportation in all countrioe were arrant plro (ctionists; and monopoly was the workers' greatest enemy. Yet hero the worker imagined that a piolicy of restriction and monopoly not only increased wages, but gave coltiitnouts employmient, I l t the l c ceint rvelittions of the extent to which sweating was practised in Melbourne, and tl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Secretary Gone Wrong. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Another Secretary Gono Wrong. --0 A warnrat has been isniied for the liplire iciision of Holomion lormnin, who han occupied the pocition of ecrctniry o the 13ond(ilo handt andlt Unlidcingy Hopluty for thle Inst 14 yearn, on a charge of embeccleniient. 'the nccused in a promuinent ineiinb r of thi Naiidhorst llneiueolenit AsyliuiI Comimit(ce, viccpienuleint of the aotcir Fair Coimmoittce, amd held important positions in the. lIruihdi nod Mlanonie Lodges. Ilo wan in receipt of a nalary of £.1700 a year, nod in a manried mao, and the father of I1chlildreni. As soon as the nodit of hii books wan coinnienced, lie embraced the tirntiiopporeuniity that pirsonted itself to make 1,'ood his ecanpe, nid wliei theI warrnnt was issiiul, lie wim suPjiosed to he I hidiing ini Ilallarat, HIte hlon sine been ariented.

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Anti-Betting and Gambling League. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Anti-Botting and Gambling League. The follo lowint iriticli, which hod brett loft in thue trainl Iy Ii celthiiioii, hIts buIte hanidud to ui,. 'Tle writeit Io tihe ittticle cunit haeu thu o1ritinaIl uipon tclli t it this ol As it trunto tiponi i very iniipoiitant itibjeet whiieh youniii people tyiohi his nll thu buttur fot potidermit o ser, wei take the liierty of lpublish iiu it, Thiiie tmnriipi sittt ioihaded to its rend no ttllhws: 'The rifsts 1.4hilt tive liii pot fiurth in hide tthe noisttg if the piibli uoitseii'iie roticeiti i the' ic acted xil cotinected oith raiibliiny'iie itainttg nape ini i very itnoifuet and hiiietitul fitre 'Te twuosecto ti ed, entititid '' ThisAits' tlinAinli Atitit hi i Anoueiathoit.'" hins bruit ilready sidely circiliitd, ond it i cauisiing Iarge tit centtitl pretites hinve b secttril in Citmmti, utre, test door to the othice of the lt it, it TliiirIt tie piiper anid ii rilitit is leintu hinted to hay this hint of n wis i hieiid iiti ettieieit itorhc...

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Dramatic Performance at Balwyn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Dramatic Performance at Balwyn. We excedingly regret to find that there were sto ianIy 11agrant errors in our report of this perfornmance which appliared il our issue of last w\eek, ItitiCthle Is souni. cotiiolation in knowing that we are not respoinsible for all of the mistakes. We should not have referred to this matter were it not for the fact that we have received an anollnllylu contribution, drawing attention to all tle errors in the critiluo,and referring especially to the wrong spelling in the unaues of thu ladies and gentlemen who took part in the performance. Thlis, we are glad to say, is not cnlr oly, o0u1! ault.i, . . - i ' . , ' - T'h.eprograinfi did nbl nimeltioli thi inames of those persons who so kindly gave their survices on the night in iqestion, nlld as our representative did not know any of them, h1 asked tihe Secretary (Mr. W. O. Taylor) if lh would oblige by eniding a list of the namres _ f tile laies and gentle InIlh who Cetertainel the audienco in such aln abl...

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