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SCHEDULE REFERRED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Sti('llm~~ i UI.8 1180:1R1 15 To. Snuiiniiol Fioneih, Strniini. Iiigliinid, lhenairicl booi)cOlCS l, liii. iiiiblinlier. WYilliI lilt ICiiILC CiI tlher, K nLIsiing. tor~n. England, d~ratui uh FElwned Wnilim n ardeii, Wanils. wort, Sirrey: nad Alf rod I enny Penn. jioint., lodoii. gllentionan. Fnim hem Culiy, Uiii nimiin ni, I oiiiloii. A itlimi Wing Piinoro, illanisbiiry, Di )vild Inmn mi and lhommas 'Ilhoriae, inriii, manigers. thoome Ilaberi Siimw. Ml ililesex, nImamntic me uthlir aniim .Edgar Iruco, Snmiy 'S I inn. I heat icila l maimuger. IIonry Thortonm ba r av, lii xlon, Surrey. Iiluobert Walters, W'n'ae, in (hloi coiiity Siiamiel lKymd (imimsve auidor Ilium luiiiii'm. lieq~uion to t ho .1a0 nI Geeail Tlheatnieuil F and)I. at Team pe, lJandaao. linaliet I i nMtlimiss (aidon nail ueiecu tri at tlie Into Chlirli's .InInea m1nt* tlies), of Qaceue "hue's M nnsioiis, WVeatmiiister in Ihlie riunmum ty tOf M idllIC YSI. uIindanni liraugli ( niubmw mmnii exeeii* tr IIix fte nolll l ~u...

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

Amatour Theatrical Societies. Thle followsinag is tile virculasr rforrfr'al to iii urlL' Inst issuei in raoforncao to tIhec inljllloCtiOnI whialol, lass bleCCi grantod against nll porsons playaag or Is1.in part in any of ha pays written by3 the ulndernintionoal iaithoa In roference to 1he aboro, thu follossling oiiirc'ala'r Ih's boon issuical to nil (llo aemnaici pal coaucils iii (lao colony a "To Amnauionue' 'Plihniriral uosiotios, Toswns Clerks, Booroainriams of Iilisticues, didl nil otlheraa l' Int Sira,- in ghe I igh Cioaurt or .1ulsh ie, (Onaaon'aa Iiianch disisioni, iin 1 la osn of 1 illinsaas v. Naigi'aahn i:faa 'otlherus, ona (lah 28IhII Jaaaao, tl a. . us ico Siophioti gurv jaaalgmnaaat ngninata oscac h of thae alo roalniants for sopsrahne. eianltions. naaal also for rosin (!a nationa, mail 'anrnatall s plr petuini inajaaaation. reha'laiaiing such do. foaidaanas anaid their naigrit.n frant repro. 5Olntini or rsaasiaag to Ian replrsciuntod, (lie pla~inif ~icuc. or· nlay purL...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Killed on the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 21 November 1890

Killeidoil Btih Railvr y. A coronial inijitiry was hold at the White Horse lHotel, Ilox lill, 01n TuOsday, byMr. Candler, the district coroner, on the body of a man namued William D1vor, who was folund letid on the railway line butwocn Mont Alboet Station and Elgar-road, Box Hill, on Sundaiy morning last, the 1iith inst. Thu body of thu unfortunato titan was terribly muanglud. H is right thigh was sovcrcd from thu body, and thu loft' log w'as cat clean off. 1low thu knee joint. I-is two anrs wore also out onY, mnd-thu body was dividud into two parts by the whuools of thu ungine. There wore also suveral sevure abr1as iois abo6lt thu. hoad, and the holirt was torn ouit of 'its cavity. William Walsh deposd to the find. ing of the body about half-past ninoti on Sunday morning. 1e was walk. ing alonlg thu line, when his attuntion was birected to a Wollington boot w.tich contained the log and foot of a man. On looking round lie sins' the mangled lIody of tIme decoased lying betwoon thu rn...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY V. SURREY HILLS (Club Elevens). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

C.ANT'rteuoY V. 8itegu:Y IILI.s (Club Elevens). The Canterbury Club Eleven woe to have played Blackburn last Saturday, but they cancelled the match so as to enable the mnmbers to attend the match between 1ox Hill and their Trophy Eloveni, and fortu. nately for Canterbury their scoretary was able to arrange a ailo with Surrey hills Club Eloven, which resulted hi a wiln for Surrey by live wickets and 50 runs. Ci nter bury went to the wickets first, putting to ether 82 runs. Brooks played a good tunings for Canterbury, and ming top scoro-2t runs; A. ourner (1I). and C. Turner (111) were tho next highest. Collins (o l), Fletcher (28), and Hansen (10), did the scoring for Surrey Hills. The following are the scores C.ar.tremmmmumi. A. Smuart .. .. 7 A. Ockwell .. .. 1. A. Turner .. . 13 G. Brooks . 21 C. Turner .. .. .0 J. Small .. .. 0 J. Crouiio .. .. 0 G. (iregson .. .. 0 G. Goode, not out .. .. hi F. Spear .. .. 0 J. Stuart .. .. 7 hlycin. .. I) Total .. .. 82 W. Fletcher .. .. 98 Hla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITCHAM V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Thiih :uatdi wYLS uozuiiiciicd 1118 Sazttuiiay on tho ground of tiro formetr, auid will bo continue~d ne~xt. aturday. i)o,1c.i'r1:Ic. Wi. Iloullii, b ]lzatty ,0 F. 2iihoiiiii, i \V. 'Vitus .; 1). Wiihite, o old I do . 'iVhittei,, not, out 1. 7 (1. J3ullro. 1) Wi. 'rite; . . Cronin, ', l Ig~os, ii. 'i. Titus . 11. 'i\'hitc, b \'i. 'Tituo; Lowe, u (ilddco, b Wi. TJitus .. 0 Total .. 1)2 MTI~ Mi. Crioni, b doue . . 11 Cicatt, b do, .. 7 Wo., Titu, b duijt .. , 1) :1ddll b 'd .. 10 Tliakokr, not lit, .: 0 Da)iiis, not out - . 0 Eioimiuiw .. 2, 'total for uiiio wiktn .117

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Municipal Suit. OF INTEREST TO SHIRE COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

A .!: 'Anl :vJunicipa1 Suit. --0---. LO UNCI LS.* An action of some eonsiderablu in. tcrest. to m-auniqipal bodies was con oludeld in the County Court on Thuis. day before his honor Jtudgo Molos iyortl;u eip a1 jury of four. The plain lif was )hli.abeth Anne Diruem, a do. inestie servant, and she sued the Presi dent and Councillors of the Shiro of Coborgtto recover .0350 damages for in juries sustained owing to the alleged negligence of the defendants in cueo -lessly leaving:a hIwa of road metal un 1udtoctod' in ulnl-streut, Coburg, over which the plaintilT full and injured ler self.. Thu plaintilf in her statement of clainm alleges that the defendnnti were guilty of negligence in altering and loweriug JJllp-strect without fixing levels as reqiired by the local CGovern nient Acd, IN0 I., uni varsed the said levels to be lowered in a negligeut moan nor, no ns (u lave It liap of road mtaul on the sai'055 i .ul. l, accident took place in lcbeiiiary lest, and the plainti. alleged t lhat...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. W. G. Pilgrim's Cordial Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Ivt.' i.lr. Pilgrim's Cordial Factory, Thti, nii t indisputahbl evidence of the growth of the City of I iawthorn is the massive pile of buiildings tihnt iiow adorn its-.streets, lie sterling and truthful to. kIcns of thiotiiars'ellois increase of biisi. ness that hias taken pmine during the past few years. Omnmof thie most pron., annt being the ity it'rmied WiiXaters rmnd Cordial Factory, in 1liniisimnry-sat me, snear titti~Ahurn slntioi, belomiging to Mieisr. C. W. Pilgrim ind Co., of which co. Pilgrim and i . Monichon are the principals. The building is a very inm posing brtio-stbry brick structure, anl was ereeted in 180i i under the supervision of Mr. G. W. Pilgrim, who had ftie fore. sight to perceive that I hniwthorn would not alwmiysm rieimnm in satan injmuo-and rbiilrti t? oimlo rffou plrcmit! ieiretmmieils, blii for the future as well. '.T'ic business, was estabilslied in 1'h81 by Mr Pilgrim, mnd when in full swing the statf con sisted of two persons, but each succeed. ing ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SURREY HILLS V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

SUlREeY 11GIii V. CANTrilURY. Thin match was played on th1 ground of the former on Saturday last. TIme Surrey were first to bat bonner and Chargo being the first to faco the bowling of W1inton and Piggott. Five was well scored off Winton's first over. Piggott started bowling from the south end, his second ball havin" the desired effect, on Chargo skied one, whicih was taken by Winton. 1-1-0. D. M. Wilbon filled the vacancy, but Gunner was enught off liggott's next ball. 2-5-li. Marsh part. nered Wilson, and runs canno more freely, both batsmen playing a good defensive gaune, and it was not until the score had reached 4 I that Marsh was caught behind the stumps by M'1'hcrson. U-22-41. E. Dunn was next, but after making four he played on0 on froni Walker, who had relieved Piggott with the ball. 4-4-54.. W.° Dunn partnered Wilson, but, after a few more runs were added to the score, Wilson was cauglitby Ifodlam ; the retiring batsminn had plyed very well for his total of 28. 5-28--il:. ...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

SPORTING. CRICKET. a P..ZWI'Q2'LRTE TitOPHIY MATCIHES. iecretarics are politely requcated to secid in tice reports of their uatnches not later than Tuesday. Box Isla, v. D131,KURN~n. These two clubs mot for. the first timo this season at Jonx: Hill, and old Hol. ovidently considered tho match was worthy of his best behaviour as ho favored the gamne by a ticlendid afternoon, Blackburn arrived on the ground punctual to time, but the start did not take place until 1.15 pain., when there was a largo attendance of supporters of both tenam. The Box hill flag floated gaily in the breeze and seented to icher its owners on, but the first disappolntmeot was soo1 aimiionccd, that being Meader had lost the toss, and Stcele and Anlerion put the tads on. All attention, and the barrackers becanme noisy, and the gamne proceeded. Second disappointmceut, uind Andecocn is out for a small score. Third disaippointmtent, Steele is bowled, and " What about Black. burn now 11 is the cry. Sneesby was bowl i...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

NUNAWADING COUNCIL. Mosnuy, NoviMana 2.1. Present : Cr. Pepperill (President, in the o chair), and Crs. Rawlings. ]3ishop, Ellingwortlh,: Hoadley, 8cr poll, and Mi'Arthur. ANNUAG MNFFrINU. Thohannual statoment was taken as read, and after a slight alteration, was miado in the aliotment of the account having reference only to the ridings for fencing in the old shire hall, the annual statement was ro coived and adopted, and the secretary was instructed to have the same printed and advertised in accordance with the provisions of the Act. The ordinary business of the coun oil was then proceeded with. . ; CousevpNsnNHole. From Phillip Cu mmnins, as follows -Hearing that you are about to have the Quarry-road formed, I wish to draw your attention to the following -As the fences are at present I have no dilliculty In keeping niy cattle in the paddock, but understanding that you are about to removo gites,; eto., I wish to inforntyoti that by so` doing my cattle will be at liberty to stray aw...

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''General'' Booth's Emigration Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

"Gonorral" Booth's Emigration Sohomno. At the meeting of the Nuniwading Council on Monday night, Cr. Elling worth brought under the notice of--the council the offect which " leneral" Booth's schenoo of cni 'ration would by sonic of the most lprominent moon in Englaiid, and hind overy appearance of being a success. W1hile he had great respect and muhmiration lbr the n lwo wkho, itlpud 'cn i rJ ici on they had accomplished, he was still of opinion that a. great many of their "'converts " did not stamnd. This being f"o ie bu ch slonri'of London sent out iin sliipi~ipilq to ih eqlony aintl turned adrift. Triey al I hoiw dlint thi work of the army was confined to the low and degraded, and lie sympathised wit m any imovemlnt( gMat woy j tend toldl viitov'tld6f itlfib tluhi't flA ihiraiily dill'ront thin; fromntcollegityg th~ot togethoviou1d. Lttrnfog% thlitiioaarift in11 S new coloniy. 110 Would like the council to give in expression of opinion on the subject. If the colony did not take a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Tho, Hawthorn Livery Stables, GOLDINCI'S HALL, GOLDING ST. F. A. DOWDNEY, Propriotor. horses and Traps lont on hiroe. Special attootiots given to horegs at livery. Horses. andi Vehicles .lought, Sold or Ex. changed. Horses brokoli to saddlo or harness. TlE .CAMIIERWET.L MEAT SUPPLY HIae ophinod jiremisos at CAMUERIWIELL ROAD. UPPE1 HAWTHORN, WVitvro they intend to supply their customers with best meat at low prices. R. Simkin, ALLEN STREET LAUNDRY. AUBUR N. All kinds of laundry work done. A reduction made to fmunilies. Furniture and tinware repaired. Scissors and knives ground. Umbrellas mended. A Card. hR. AMASON (Late of Collins Street). I lining connenced practice at l3ox Hill may be consulted at his residence WYhite florse Boad, next police station, daily. Hours of consultation: Mornings ... before 11. Evenings ... (0 to 8. Double Foes charged to patients visi ted at their homes after tI p.l. Corner Burwood Road, and Power Street, Hawthorn. H. Haggarty & Sons, CARPl'ENTE...

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The Camberwell Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

The Caniborwoll Musical Society.. The members of the above soeiotv gave their second subscripition concert in the Upper lHawthorn Hall on Thursday evening, 15th November. Owing to the inclemnoucy of the weather the attendance was not no Inleo as it would have bccn if the weather had been iiioie propitious. If the attend. ancn was not large it was very select, mud was therefure competent to approeiate the sptleniidd array of talent that appeared before thenm. 'l'it unlcrtinihlent throughlioit was most meritorious. 'This wvea to ino expected, secing that it was undor the control of sech it talented artist is Mfr. Gordon Gooch is re Iultei to be. 'his gentlienan wias very lbly assinted by Mliss Johnsop, Misi Voin Doati, and Mr. Nicholls, while Miss TYcisterfillly justitted all the elicomiuns ho ihas earned ts an oeminent pianiste. Thioe irst item oii the programnue was a soli and choris '* 'ow t1ramp," and was adinirably rendered by .Miso Johnson and the eociety. Miss Vern (load then a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Wit and Humour. Jonsca Was it not disgraceful the way in which Shithl snored in church-'' Blrown: "I should thiphkh it was. Why, he; wakened us3a1l." Bobby: " I say, Mr. Updyke, what do you snpposo Clara said about you just before you cano In ?" M r Updyso : " I haven't an idea in the world, Robert." IBobby (amazed) : " Well, you've guessed It. That's just what soh did say." Sh1 : " And you will always love-all the livelonig day?" I[o: "Yceca, I think 3o. You'll give me30 a chance to stop for mcal, I suppoL 0 ?" .i:' ",t 1, , u ,ýte~ . .~ There 5 inobody or nothing in this world that is so often crosced in love as the front door lmat. , My sm1il1was once extensive, My heart was alway glad; But now I'im thin and pe31ive, And oollow-faccd and sad, You, witlUlot ally 1elclutioln, Or els(I Tat ill lowa?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

COUNCIL; INTELLIGENCE. 13OROONDAB1A Shi ,"1` COUNCIL. Present: Cr. Dillon, President (in the caliafr), 'and Crs. V;: h, ]lrii, Maling, Taylor, 1flicks, and Clayton. From Ilox Ilill (ins Ciompany,drawing attention to loutps in the shire, several of which wore broken, ]Rsolved that the attention of the police be called to isame. ?roa ]lawthorui Counbil, infoitiiifii thl council that the work in Burke-rond would be don0 subjct'-o tdlie report of this council, and that the tender of Willis Bros. be uppi(ptetjd. f r. 13rUim submit tedll Uit 1-ho mtunici*shonld,:dio do ferreil. Ci'. Mnli salid that they lltlit liever ngreedto take awitylho 1drain in' Burke.road, but they intendld to maoe it culvert there. He (Cir. Maling) thl9uglt tlhe metalling should be tldn6 ' fromt Jurke-road to St. .11olen's-foeld, 1nd if thle tender was in accordance with tle pugincer Ite thought this work should 1be carried out at once. Cr. Ilieks r'e1arked, thait theln-grooeicnt betwculi this cotineil and the hawt...

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Box Hill Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST. (Before Major Ba[?]trop, P.M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Garside, and Popperill, J's.P.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Box Hill Cour.i FliitnAY, Nom 'iia Ii laIbr (I(of n Miujan D2av Uop, 1'.l. n~ntiA m~terio.' ti Dui, hibt'. Lilv. Ii 10W II.--Sr out. No npjpcar 111cC (f eitlwr pally iKe ly v. I Iurii loonn i- I fr U riimnj cuulf for IIIe CCC << MCId. Belly dliia ii tliiL 11 I oil0010 JIf cct-ii liIni her IIIIoek for it week wlic ii h oIlder Wed tluoI. the co~l ivuld b u selldi It were notclaintiid within seven days. On thi eighth day the dofondant cain and claimed the calf, and agreed to pay her for the grio. Jng, and when oho sent her boy to thoe (0.. fendant's shop for the money he ordered the boy out. As ho would not pay for the. grainig of .tho calf, shn had to ono him for the amonut thorout including the cost of the advertisement. The defmnlant stated that when he took time cimlfnawamy imo~could cs~dKmihqly! .that lie V9hlIimv1ho.rumhnniltl killelem,' smd t would bring her as much of lio veal as would corn Imnoati lher for the grazing of the calf dur. lng the timo it had ...

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The Short Path. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

The Short Path. Chamois hunting offers some of the thost? lirilling oxperiences, for thoro is always an cloement of danger present in pursuing the graceful little aninal up among; tho bootling eras and wildiwind. swept cli s, among which it is the only quailruped at hoie. Var above it, soar ing on hugo outtstritoltcd wings, avcn over tho highest snow-crowncd tops, tit great vulture, the 7itnutmmergoyor, looks (lown upon an eimpiro both lotsolato amid sublime. Thoro is an irresistablo charm about Itosoe. sow-uapped.;. itiountains, which grows stronger every litto they ato seotn. Etoernally old, yet 0ver younig, t hey stant utuhanged. through cotitless ages - slitanly grlnid when their vast extent of penkt ctd duot lies odmliiibd against a cloudy sky--ratdiantly beauti. fLt whuen a, rising~or settitng sun lavishes all the lints and colors of the rainbow tipoi their dazzling, icy lights-yet leonvs c thu lleys Milled with a black and misty shadow. In the glistening gardens of the snow q...

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Surrey Hills and Canterbury Recreation Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Sturroy HUl1s and Cnaittaibiry Rocrcation Groould A put1)io tucutiug, collvcued 3,b l.,ve3isc lilua wi thls Joourlnal, was olcld, Ia Corutgr. lkhun's room11, SIirrey It ltub, 031 'ItedUayovn 1mg1, for time plriompou of conside1ring.4 the advisailliity of pulrdlllloil3 a rcoruttiut groutul for 8uirru 31ilbs; anl Ctantrbare'. Thlere was it fair attiiuhuiuu, 31w meetoinlg 1bei113 jlreided over by Mr. Jbobbu . .rlimo clloirluon, in his op0111113 remaarks, was lcryy soyrro 0o1 lihe tuebera af the Sutroy H ill Cricluot Club for not rollinig up3 rn mciser. flu considerdull that those who belonged to -l1w club weureo 11ec directly inturested in the object of thu lucuting t1han were thu outsidbu pablic, Pau lis thietiwn'tho uase, thtoy lhoulld haIve ma1d111 it Illuir 111ui11rl to attendl, 111111 do all1 they could lq assis thioso prouset iII fi9cilrlilgg'rj o~Ipti,ý1t3t3IIoud. lio agreedl willi"thoiobjeu I they I1I'ljIntut to` consilder, andlle ho s Wpleased0u to sieu lthat thu Mr.sdgto C.Ml...

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BOX HILL V. BURWOOD (Club Elevens). [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

lox IIuli v. lluilwoo l (Club Elevens). Tho nbove inaltc was played lilst Hatur. day, and resulted illn will for Ilox Hill. The following rell tie cores: Uox Il.l, \V. Williams, b cepperill .. 0 T. llcek, b Mills . 2 M. Williansll, b 'upI crill, 2 A. Johnstone l c, (Id . L. Willis, b Mills . 5 .1. Ii. KelTurd, b I'uppcrill .. 0 J. lrowcrv, 0 andl b Mlillu .. I Johlins, run o .. 10 iarbour, c andui b I'cppcrill .. A. N, Klfford, b Mills .. 0 II. Swccthland, nolt out .. Extra . .. o i Total , .. UUIIWtUUD. lyluind, rull out . Liakel, b IV. Willil . Iu Stleveus, c llrwcr, b W. Williii .. 1 Ielpperill, ca andl b Io . 0 G. Mills, b Urower . 2 Clarike, b do . 7 Wcetloi, not out .. Nicliololn, b lrcwer .. Hcott, b do liliut, ib W. Williiia .. 0 T. Mills, a A. N. Kcllurd, b W. Willliams .r . Extras ' Total .. Box Hill, in thlcir second inllnings, scored .18 for Ille loss of two wickets, lI.' Swceland and WV. Willinim bcing, not out witlh 3' andi 15 to their credil rcspectfully. lox IIi.r, v...

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Bazaar in aid of St. Peter's Church, Box Hill. A GRAND DISPLAY OF FANCY ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Bazaar in aid of St. Potor's Church, Box Hlll. A C1IiA\i) .I1)ISPU,:AY OLD FANCY For some0 1)1)e l)I)st the0 I))lio1 connuected with this) Churchl hatv been very busy, ii) proiparin~g tar a tacnr IV LI) was opened in the lucercmtion Hall, Boux Hill, 3ae)terdhay 1)llC0000)) by Lady D)avies. 'The display af choice articles, on. all the stalls was nomtino~ig grind to look ait, anad it io Clear) indicagtion) that) thelad) e 1)))wh)o took tilO b)1)aa)) in) ha1)d have1 dlischarge)l the~ir IlltiCO init mos successfu'001t)l m)anner0. Every stall was literally crammed)0) will) it choico selectiol)o vat lual~ble an1d utsuful art it'1es ILady Daovies ar)rivedl at. 1 pam., aul wasI 1)Cco)))n))iLd by thu ilcy. Wil. Green, anad Airs. Careen. P'rvolusg to delaring)) Lteu bazaar open, the llcv. Mr. Breen) sta)tOd thatitsn Ladly Dlavies ha1)1 to reutrn') to town) by thu ))ext train) ho would] n)ot detain) th))m by m)akin)g nay l)11)lthy rema1Irks, hut would at o)nce calt upon) Ilady Dlavies to open)...

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