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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

CRICKET.   A meeting of the delegates appointed to conduct the matches for the "Eastern Star" was held at the Railway Hotel, Box Hill on Tueday night, Mr. S. Gill being in the chair. The secretary. Mr. Toon, read the lists of points scored by the respective clubs competing for trophy, from which it appeared that the Mitcham Club had secured the highest number of points, and had therefore won the prize. .11; Ulitor .'oiiiCh ioIu4Vll ~Wi i~jrt) tt, (1i131,oIi i 11111 withl. it, oIolaajtiW -Ilt, nold; i r'lw otl 1", Mtt1tmoilll toot onto ma~tch tt ilt i,"itiiit (tittirni, ohioti ti-ow~l Doonootwr toil Ix ott) Oii do'v nod Itindonqod A~1~Bltlioalam' l Ilo; odrY roitt .iu(ltc~ hit ruouttilo tlo otalit'i~ni~i tiii,. Rontodl htio irotilg, lilitulcohoiiumitcr itt c) ol of voi~l*·.. ldou ortluottui'j i i~alorlilo toi fcalt~tloiotolu itdd:nto M~r. -T. Tilno. whlo tIliittod the ,toii-w' hit a fosO' .Mr. 7I'oon tooniuold Itiojo liroooulWlt Itolu Itoro .:Tbo 1110Oil),niliths iii lll...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKBURN. A MODEL TOWNSHIP. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

BLACKBURN.         A MODEL TOWNSHIP (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER)   (Continued,.) [Owing to the pressure on our space caused by the full reports of the various election meetings, we were compelled to leave over our description of this model township until we had more room at our disposal.] In our first article on this place we   gave a description of the streets, which are laid out with judgment and a due regard to sanitary laws. We also referred to the excellent plan       which had been devised for draining tho whole of the estate, which re- flected the highest credit upon Mr. G. A. Goodwin, who, we believe, devised and carried out the drainage scheme, which will yet tend to make Blackburn famous as a sanitorium. The Brick Works were also described at length, but we were compelled to break off our narrative when we got as far as.   The Lake,   ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bulleen Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Bulleen Shire.   The contest in this shire was a keen one, and a deal of interest was taken in the elec-           tion, especially in the Doncaster Riding,       where a great victory was scored by the Meader and Sell party. It is not known         that for some time past ex-Cr. Petty has   been the dictator in the Council, and he has carried things with a high hand. Those   who were opposed to him got scant justice   at his hands, and the late action of the re-   vision court did a great deal to damage him and his cause in the eyes of the ratepayers who manifested their displeasure at the bal-     lot box on the polling day. The result was a great victory for the Sell Meader party, and was a crushing defeat for Mr. Petty and those who vot...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bulleen Council. MONDAY AUGUST 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Bulleen Council. MONDAY AUGUST 12TH. The Bulleen Council met in the Shire Hall,   Templestowe, on the afternoon of the above date. The following councillors were   present, viz. :—Crs. Hunter, Smith, Kent, Calder, Andrews, Sell, Meader, Goodwin, and Lawford.   The secretary took the chair, and con- ducted the business till the president was elected. On the motion of Cr. Goodwin, Cr. Hunter was elected president for the ensuing year. The new president on taking the chair, thanked the council for the honor they had conferred upon him, and hoped that the     business of the council in the future would be conducted in a more friendly manner than it had been in the past.

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boroondara Council. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 15 August 1889

Boroondara Council. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT   The first meeting of the above Council since the election was held in the shire.hall, Camnberwell, on Monday last, when the fotl lowing Councillors were present: Crs Day, Maling, Hicks, Sweetnam, Taylor, Dillon, Clayton, Braim, and Vicar. The secretary occupied the chair and conducted the busi ness. The Council unanimiously decided to in- crease the President's allowance from £25 to £50.     Cr. Taylor said that the only two council lors who had not been in the chair were Cr. Hicks and himself. Hicks parliamentary duties prevented him from filling that position, as he was sure he could not make it convenient to attend all the meetings of the council. He had great pleasure therefore in moving that Cr. Hicks be elected, P'resident for the coming year.He was quite certain that in     Cr. Hicks, they would have a gentleman who   was well qualified to discharge the du...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

TIE a WATERl SUI'PLY. TO TUE EDITOU; QY'..TIi: NPUTBR;.I': " Stn,-Can you inform two throujh Zoiw «ýor supply at tox Mill?' Youtre tQ.1 Box Hrill, Aug. lUth, 1889. * - Tliii ijii(tiuni in at the prent tdiuo undur considcration by tho Minister ,of Public WYorks.-Ev. 11.j

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] BETTER RAILWAY CROSSINGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

CORRESI'OND)ENCE. ---:0:-- [I(We do not hold "ourselves responsilble for opinions expressed by Correspondents.] DETT&ER Ir;AIiWAY CROSSINGS. TO TIlE EDITOII OF TIlE IEPORTER . SSn,-I riad with pleasure in your paper a few weeks ago your iidvocating better railway accommodation. May I urge upon you the necessity also of using your influenc for better crossing placed. It is absolutely necessary that there should be either sub-ways or foot bridges at Box Hill, Canterbury, and Surrey Hills, how that the double line isconmpleto. How many fatal accidents have occurred at the differeiit crossings on the suburban lines, And not until after an accident has It bridge or sub way been made. Trusting that the Railway Department will nott dilay until 'a repetition of the sad occurrences at either of the stations. By iunerting this you will greatly oblige a DAiY.LPASSENGIElt. -n

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUNSTALL BRICK AND POTTERY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

TUNSTALL BRICK AND PdTT!,'IY COMiPjA Y ., -; decided, in the intorests of the shareholders, to issue 20,000 now shares paidnup to 10s. eor share, a special train left AMelbournti yes. terday, convoyinftaboitiO0 gentlenmon to the Company's works at Tunstall, who, after in. specting the compact and efficient works,' were in a position to judge for thcmselvs.: At the time of the inspection the machinery was in full working order, and bricks were being turned out at the rato of 11000 an hour. The working of the machinery was cx. plained by Messrs. ltaples and Dilley in such a compreohoensive manner that it was understood by all prcsent, who got a clear insight as to how bricks are made by machi.' Ilery, and burnt in what is known as the " Holtman" kiln. It is the intention of the Company to erect an additional kiln, and when it is completed the output per'vdek ivill be, on tihe double shift; at the rate 0of 200,000 ,ricks. ' 'At the time of the'inspectiml the kilin'was burning in a very...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCIDENTS AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

ACCIDENTS AT. CANTERBURY. . . :o: -- 1)urilng the week Cauterbury has been remarkable for the number of accidents which hlave occurred thoro, but we are thappy to say, so far as we know, itono of them have been attended with fatal con scequences. Ont M\onday aflernoonll youth, whose hnme has not transpired, was i'id.ing his horse along Canlerb.ury' road, and when hie was appiiroachling Mr. Iloanas' wine shop the antimal sttnmbled, and fell on the boy. m1r. lionas hap 'pened' to comie out of his house at the time the accident occurredt, and with tlio assistanco of the neighbiors they lifted the horse off the boy and look him inside. 'The lad, though munch briisedt. after half.an-hlour's restL wns tible to monilit the horse miid rilde hMoiiIe. (ireal praise is tlne to lrl. l nliuoiis for the enertigetic mulilter in which lie railn to tihe lItd's slis?iiiiiie, andil ie oved hiilnt fron his erilous condition. L'ouriinately the hliorse s ia lliiet one, otherwise the lad might hatljuj-en ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

COLD \WEAThIIlSKT'l1ULIS. Never go to boal with damp or cold feet. 'pver loan with the back inpon anything that is cold. Never begin a journioy until the breakfast has been eaton. Never take warln drinks and then humom diately go out inito the cold. Never omitregular bathing, for unless the skin is in active condition the cold will close the pores and favor conjostion and other discuses. After oxerciso of any kind sovcer ride in an open carriage or near the window of a car for a loellneut, it is dangclrous to health or evcii life. Whlen lhoarse, speak as little as po.siblo until the hoitrseneses is recovered • frosm, else the voice imay I,b p.Iermanesntly lost, or diull culties of the throat be produloced. Merely warms the back by the lire, and never continue kepling the I lck exposed to the heat after it hais been colfolrtably attmed. Tu do otherwi.se i> debiliating. \VhlinI gUillng fIOi i Iw a11 viii' ltmlOspher( into it collder iuln, keel the mouitll clo?iiod, so ithat the air...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Temperance Hall Company. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

Box Hill, Temperance Hall Company; The first half-yeirly meeting of the Box Hill Temperance Hall Company was held in the upper roolie on Wedneodisy evening. There was a 'good attendance of share. holders. Mr. W. Ellingworth, J.'., chair man of directors, presided, and in submitting the baliance-shect congratulated .the. share. holders ulion the success that had attended the venture. The directors were authorised by articles to issue 1500 shares,. 1000 had been offered to the public,- and 025 had been taken up and paid for, except one amount of £12 10s., which Was a good masset. The land, building, furniture, ete., had cost £1721 4s. 9d., and when they received the £12 10s. duo on shares they would have a floating debt of .£22, 5s, Oid.. and tl00 on. itidrtgage at 7 per 'cent. for two years, by whieh.timme the other 500 shares would be sold at. a premium, and nearly, if not quite, pay off the mortgage. The shops in front of the hall worn both let, the large hall and lodge.room were a...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

JOT T'IN 1~ GS,. 'The ease. of extortion by. mean s of a tyhreatttld.ti Ii?nmation.of "eharautcr suit, whlich 'wits dueidt}d ls't week onl the prosecltionl of?tivO niscreants by- Dr. Motrris, brother of P.'rofessor Morris, of Alolblourne, has brought to .light it London, the existencu of 'an ortgaiis'd systein of intimidation by which` lugeo stolus of money. lMve bcenomuadelu by so called priviato loct eivc igo:ncies out of Ith weakiess tidt: fears of.y ieitnts-less eoulrttgooIisthanlri"1 ' Mlorrlisr ]lan proved. Here, accorditig to, an 'ovn'Ang lRaper, is.a '.se,?c in r .tint: 'bjhlt'" 5 yieitrs ago a tungn unt f u'. tho' eihipl nom'tdlt t'it ls ;e' irnl aIdsiostlut]d with a 'eonsideratblOUi u of his clshploycrs rnnoltdy.'r1: 6 '"vrrttr them is letter acknowledging :his guilt,' and oenfigraited to Australia. His father, refunded the money, and the lllattlr dropped. lie did 1well' in the colonits, and is to-day in hn extensive' way" of business, and a director of soiveral dmsh. pIau...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

SURRE Y HILLS. -:o: [(uoio oou owN. coUlisroxEsxr.] it is with deep feelings of regrot that' I have to chronicle the death of Mr. C. F. iradley, J.P., an' old and re spooted of Surrey Hills. T'h deceased gentleman was well known in the dis trict, where he had made by his un. assuming nature a large circle of friends. 1During the last few months, owing to the informities of ago, he had not been in the enjoyment of good loalth, though his death, which was a very sudden one, was not' for it moment expected. The deuceasod gountleinan was sitting in his residence, Albany (Irescent, on Monday.morning, reading the newspaper, when he was sol.ed, it is supposed, with a lit of paralysis, from which lie never re covered. At the time of his death Mr. Bradley was 72 years of ago; and during the tine lie had resided in the district he took a lively interest, so far ns his health would permit him, in any movement which had for its object thie moral, social, and coum. mnorial prosperity of the neig...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

ADVERTISERS' DIRECTORY. bharge, the Ilnae and address ot every one udvertising regularly in our columns, Any dverltiacr who:c nameuu may have been omitted is requested to colmmunicate at the offlice. Architect- it. V. Ulackhurne, Box HIill. ucltilleers-- llradley and Curtain, Mitcham. lnkers J. A. Ilowie, Station-street, Box Hill. A. Lauwson, White HIorse Road, IBox Iill. Mrs. Tobinas, White IIorso Itoad, Balwyn. lanl:s English, Scottish and Australian Chartered hank. Melbourne Savings Bank, John Alsop, Actuary. lco' Supply Company L. T. Chambers, Franklin Street, Melb. Biscuit Manufacturer- Swallow nnd Ariell, Port Melbourne. Ulacksmith nmd Wheelwri.ht- C. Sutton, Whitu lloise Road, Box Hill. onard inhlouac- A. T. Lewis, Canterbury Id1., Surrey Hills. Blookseller C. E. Ellingworth, Main Road, Box 11111. lBrassfounder.- John Danu;s and Son, Bourke st., Melb. Brick Worke- W. C. Tayler, Mont Albert Road, lilwyn. Builders and Contractors \V. Iamfnord, Station Street, liox Ilill. E. lit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

.MELBOURNE SAVINGS , The prba?s prity of Me?bbolurl is phlo nominaI.' There is searcely` anty doubt that its growth is unprecednlted in the( history of..the world. Nq doubt-matiiy things hlavo contributed to thjs ?ntistfuae tory state of thingS. 'Amongio t the chief reasons- of Our" prospority,' espeealcly in the early. days,' *?vs mineral' resources, ,l.t tthis, while a great boon, was also ni ban?i, for mnotubllundc wealth easier and n.a tasily squandered it.- The eas?, ac.1 ltiisitiont of wealth in many caseos is no nri. unmixed good. XYlilo the diseovery of gold Ihs been one cause of our 'pros pirity" it.,lns ni.beon tlhe, helief unausu. Thlis i,"to bi found ii the frugal habits of the people. An old divine used to sa;y, ""p all you can;,ire all you can, kccep all you can," and while we would not lke to sco i plarsilmolios spiri takl ing root in '.0our midst, still we would .strongly recomuAnond hllt. lhabits of thri ft and carefulhils"shlould be cultivlated, mnore esp'ililly nm...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SCHOOL at RINGWOOD. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

NEW SCHOOL at RINGWOOD. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. The foundation stone of a new public school to be erected at Ilingwood, was laid by Mrs. J. K. Turnbull on Thursday after. noon, 15th inst. Thero was a largo attend ance of spectators. Tile school children were arranged in a row round the stone, and opened the prdceedings by nicely singing one of the school songs, under the leader. ship bf itrs,. Swoonoy. theo lev, It. L. Heod noted as chairman, and in his opening address said they had met together in order to rejoice over the laying, of the foundation atone of a asliwooV whlch was tuuoh required at lllngwood. lie believed they were all well satisfied with the Education Act, and the system of education which the state taught. Dr. Dobson and Mr. Cameron were to have beeo present, but were unavoidably preventedi from attending by proscuro of public busi noss. Before the ceremony of laying the stone was gone o(It with hiu would call on Cr. T'holtmas rnnt to llltuake a peentllatil. Cr...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. "FLOATING A LOAN." CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

,'F7LOATI'tSG .· I.AOAN." TH1E STORY-TEI, ER. Mnad, my robust-minled brother, rmad as a March hare, nlust be our verdict. Wh'at were the docltor doing that they pImnitted such a nlunatic to he at large? Suicido whilst in a state of unsound minld? (lood, gentlelnl n-very proper verdict-notling rould be clear.:r; sllts Mr. Coroner excellently i no troulde about it, and, bless me--half-past two-AMr. Coroner must get on to the last but two on the dayn's lit. (hood-day, gentllemeon; ood-day. Our young friend Felix nlffered front occasional mild attacks of the disease, and he had one now. A coal-heaver would have taken a much more practical and ellieient view of the situation, but unfortunately for our young frienld lie was not a cool-heaver. "Oh, Felix, love, don't, pray don't, sobbed the crying cwifo. l'lhe outburst cwas done with, he was cane once mor, and set to work sensibly to coln sole his wife. Poor thing:, they were like a pair of olhildren in their emotion, much as they we 're i...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. MONDAY, 19TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. Nunawading Council. M[o s .'? ', i.rlr A ouSTr . Present-Cr. Tfnlighto; (president.), ip the chair, and Crc. llisfop, P'lpperill, Ellingworth, ntawlings, and Morton. ,coa i tl t i,: t.e'l f. From Me.rsn?r.--elenl?and, Roberts, Thompson. and . Mrt, . consenting to iilignl'ent of rioads as show on tin the pln adc.nipanyinat'floeir letter. lteceived. FIrom the Genlrnl Post Oili0 e stating that the Postmaster Generel had decided to change the name of the post oflico from L. L. Varle id th at of V'ernulont, the change to commence from the 1st of September. IReceived. Front the Railway 1)'partnent n-e. knowledging receipt of letter of 13th inst., applying for tracilng of planis of road to Btlaekburn station. Re(.eived. From Jns. Lowis, givingg a detailced statenent.of the extra work dono by Ilins in preparing a large tnap of the shire. Rleceivel. . untr Jlr daman Swan. euoltrnator, faskitg: for permission to lnak ia frorit citranco. itlto,.tho pro'it'ty 6f Mi;i: iii,,. . llo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

.CANTERBURY. .[rnou oun OWN connes~:Looma~in.) CaintOrbury on thle moe. . This ploainiant rind conveniontly situated sulburh; which for someo months past has:boon practically, at a standstill, is now makling a decided move forward, and thbso nioghboring towinships which soomed to have the race for supremacy well in hInd, must look to their laurels or there is a possibility that Canterbury may yet overtake them. In addition to the now hotel (one of the finest buildings of its kind outside of Melbourne), aind the handsome 'titructuro being 'oectd for tlhe Rov. ;Dr. Maoully. .A nuinber, ofrIess imr poiiing buildings. are.going up in all parts of tliis 'p?etty'township: . .lfr.'W.P'orstcr lhailng very nearly finishdd a'stibstailhtiall3liuilt'hdii com modious brick ruesidence in Margrcot st., is. novw. hard at work upon six cottages, also of brick, situated in McGregor-st. Mr. Meleath is also erecting two brick cottiuges on Chromlont PI'ark, near .which is also being built, whlit ipromis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. CAMBERWELL V. MOONEE PONDS. GREAT VICTORY FOR THE BOYS. EIGHT GOALS TO ONE. THE PRICES AGAIN TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 22 August 1889

FOOTBALL., CAMBEI1WliLL V. MTOONE . . PONDS. G'IEaAT VICTORY FOR TUI Bors. EIGHT GOAL.s TO ON0. TnI PRIcEs AoAIN TO TIlH FRONT. On Saturday last the; Mooneoe Ponds Foqtbahl Club journeyed toCamberwell, when a very pleasant gamet:was played' between the two clubs. The" field urnm pire was very strict in his decisions. For the slightest push behind he would give a free kick without fear or favor to either of the contending paities. The conseqtlence was that tllorganuo through.. out was a fair one. Diliriug the last two weeks .the Camberwell team has been showing to much better advanitagel They have played together,. and thpir dexterity on the field has been a treat to witness. The only drawback to the game was its one-sidedless-the local boys monopolising the ball, and having" the play all among themselves. . The visitors made rush after rush to get the leather, but were frustrated in almost every attempt, and when they did get the ball they: could do nothing with it. If thile Camberw...

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