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After the Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

After the Bazaar. --o'-0- As a lfitting wind up to t1he Ihmazlr, a very pleasant utl enlltert'Lining cOlncol't witas givell ill the Ie'ureatlionl Itall, on Trmisday oening last. 'The entortainuthmit was gotl up through the instrumen'tality of 1Mr. B1lckburne, who succehded in imnlcing ia mnumer of talented performers from the city to visit Blox Ilill on thie night rnnied, and give one of their interesting enter taiminents. Tho attendance was not as largo as it should have been, ninny well-known supporters of the C, hurch of Enghnll in liox Hill l ing con spicuous by their absn'e, C(onsidering tirlt the perlormers, who amne front a distance in order to h1lp to raise moWney for II good cause, IIhey should have met with ia full house. - It, is lnot nlllch cenllcollageelnll1t lor silngers or eltors to throw Inlnllh " verve " into their Iplaying when they Iha\v to per form to rows of empty bunches, as wtas the case on TlsIlldty last. ThoI sing ing, as well as the acting ,nld instri menta...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The United Ancient Order of Druids. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

The United Ancient Order of Druids. --:0: On rlThursday evening, Novemlber 27th, the Surrey Hills Rlecreatiotn hall. prusentod a grand appeitrance, wvlen a new branccl 'of the above poopular order waes lttlt success fully opened, iand it wa's attendel@ ,with L at, etlh:(thlatis a]lways o conlleullous: oil such usplicious occasions as the above. The idea of instituting a lodge of the U.A.O.D. Is entirely due to lrother F. C. Williams, of turrey hills, a gentlemant who lhts always taken the warmeist intorboistn " Dr uidisamt," and who also holtls the position as Past Ai'ch Itrlid, also a tmemnber at the Board of Directors of Druids in Sydney. On the above evening the itcreaioitn ltll wts tmost taste. filly decorated with flags, flowers, and tiev?ral ehloeutls of " druidismt." Theo open. ing ceremlony was ptorerllfted in a most iln. iressitve maner n y' the Prlesident of tihe Order (lro. . W. Main), who wast most ably assisted by the following (trantld Lodge Oltlcers :-'P.P., UJro. W. ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Flo' s Frolic. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Flo's Frolic. ---ao- It hal rained almost incessantly for a week-" fortly days and forty nights, without stoppingl once," Filo Malilland said; and if over a girl wna spoiling to get into nisehlief it was she. Miss Florence \lililtlnd---Flo fot' short-was exactly 17; pretty, sweet, roguish, wilfuil--her inine suited her. " Oh, leatr me i " she yawnedl for the 20)th time, " [ wish sonlethitg would hap ten." Shie wts on'her way to lunch, nnd as a sort of appetizeir, ipe'hps, ltook the banister in her roal, ,anking the trip in exactly half the time it would have' ntaken iher' smnall brother Ted. As she blounced into lhe di(iiig-rooam. iher mlothllr looked iup andl held out an open letter. W.'hat do yaol think, Flo r Miss Dilrrel has written to tlle far another servant." " Oh, itndeed, she mutst- take you for a regist'iy office. Whtatt is the maller now?' ".lane Slade was too pretty. I was afraid of that. ' Too lmanty followers,' Lell}y says." ' I suppose she t lhinks bLeeause she's all ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Elgar-road Gatekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Thio Elg*r.routd Gatoeoopor. -0 Mr. 'itzpatrliu, thu I)istrict :Trallio Sutpei~nttdloiIt ,'lild an inquiry in thu hlnro hiail,. Box Hill, on Monday last, in refurencu to thi -oinplaints that had been mado against a\lljood, thi man in ahargo of the Elgar.road gattes, Ilox Hill. rph l.ouv. Wmi,' Moort, of hlrwood, imado a complaint, in writing to the Nunawading Council, to thu effect that when ho passed throtigh these gates on at recent SHndlay Iight, the gaitekooplr mand use of ve3ry imprlopor hIanmguag to hinm. In, plain words,. l. hood uworoe at hin'. 'I'ho 1'Porident supportcd thu alluga. tioll ai1du. b:y tlhi JRev. )Vmn, Moore, and laid anlother a'nd more serious .oihargo against ,ML'Lo1od, which was that of dotailiing himi ait the gate, and there, swearinwg at hinm: " t Ilut the graveCst crilme was that tcstilied to by Mr. hIeniy (!nlder, the assistant engineer at NuItnawading, who itell the lBoard that M'Tlood had sworn him " up hill and down dalo," nnand had nlade use of the w...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

BlilISB UOF UNAWAD1ING, 8TA'TEMENT OF ACCOUNTS for the SYenar unding Oth Seoptember, 1810, prepared in accordanceu witll thu "Local Governnuent Act 18110." AsseS3sils\'r .til, Ilitres. General Asssessment of lrate able Propeorty within tlih Shire, adopted nlluary ith,, - 1810 , .7, 0 0 Itato of Ono Shilling in Ithe t.U on (StuLe, ILtru?onll11111II 20th, 1890 ,. -,,' , 071 .I 0 . l,,Dii. - - lituer , . To Balancer :0th Sept.,- 188011 ,It180 .10 I ,, Hates, Current .C3,:310 13 0 ( l,, ates, Arrears 17 18 ,t tIovornlenlt Subsidy .. "1,037 19 0 G (ovt; • Bjonus Statistics . 17 0 - 1,013. tl ,, ]Lice!ses and Registration- - Publicanss 11; .0 0 Noxious Trades.. 37 2 0 Slaughtering , . I (0 0 Nightman , i 1 0 0 I)ogfi gistration -18 12 ti D)aireis .. .. 1 0 - 070 t11 , I'olicclFines.. .. .. 18 17 0 ,, Oakloigh Shiro Joint Works Account ., ;30 0 1I) , efund for Letter Delivery 1t 18 1) .-10 10 7 ,, Cotributions to Tar Paving and Cros.ings . . 8 ( ,, Couitractors' depo:itsreceived S1li 8 I I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

BURTON AND KNOX ,NTAI iI 1A.II4M?. ? , CARRIAGE BUILDERS, S?''Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Hl, ; Iighost. Awards Melbourne Centonnial- and Adolaide Exhibitions. ,t1 ' .. ·" 3 :First Awaids'andld Sdconlid at the late ,Nationil ' , SiAgnicltural Societys Show , . White Horse Road, Box Hill And at Camberwell. .G - , 1. .. ., nA ? G sý ,ut, II 'UG: Y 1 A1i, ,1: .. ,I .... I,'+b I'I Slii (Ill'' . \ i 1 c"-? ? , ht; 1ht 1 I I 1o 'ht dr 1 ' , or E i ig ' i ii N ow. !?+ ,1, ; , .! , :, " ;" : ' S o'" i ' , ) -',' +'+' '+ + : #1' 1tI."... ) ,,++,,., . -s N O W , " " ." . White Horse Road, Box Hill And at Camberwell, ' iA ;"ii "T 0 .' 1.) : 1%. • + . * . , " ? " "L,, . . . , + . , . + .. , . . J ,+i+ * . + . + " i : ' . MI IrSSES, COLLINGS utBo I'ICCI tll onil' 1O)1111ThPI ihii t )i1hSIIIiil wihi (1 l~c jog nude not1C (;ire that the ~iso ',i (linoilo:~11~ * tlidv ii ·S liwo~~~r iionpl~~lei''or ~ i'w (inodsl. Ži'i)~lttii~ Iii Iltutu Iti~ lflC4 liocti~ul :cijflhhi'i ill tLlC diuitr~iet, ilsot Iuiltt...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Local News. A veyry iseriour necidcnt Lhnppuond to a young mait inued IHolTiian, whto reiides in Kew, on Bundayhlast, in Jlox l1ill. It appears tlliit he wits riding It spirited horso along Ilgar road, and when he was approaching the Elllgarlroad gates tile animal conimonuced to plungo rund rent on his hind legs. At last, the hlorse fell over on its back, crushing Itoly. nin on thle ground. The saddle catme in conltact with his thigh, at the region of the stuonlllll, anid inllicted severe internal inijuric i; his spiuo was ailso frniaeltreld. Conltable Jones, vwho wasr close at hand whle the ncuitoint oullrred,' rendrled thllel n. foi''lnoitt rnlor all the selItanceO in 1ll power, lie at once sent for-ll)r. Mason, who did what lie coull for the relief of the siulerer. A cab was then procured, mitld lie injulred lran was tlaken to his residence in Kuw lby Dr. ~Iatsonl and Constable .lones. Oil 'Iuesday, IDr. Massoni, with the assistan lc of I)r. IeU Flevre alnd aInother iimedical iai...

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THE ELGAR ROAD GATE-KEEPER [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

'I'IITl ilinuiry' in to tlu condutL of D)oAI,.I) Mtlo.i, Lliu th lgar-road galtoelijolpr, if it dois not poinlt ia Uioral or adorn it talo, is caloulattud to p1romotol ai better foolinll thiln that wlhich Ilas hitlihrto existed betwuon tliu public and tlio ilon ii olharug of railwiy crossings. Thlo inulliry teinds alsio to taow that tilh gatlokulepr'H lot, like tllo 'poljoloniiin's, is not I 1hliappy o11. lie o111i illalny crosses to bonr, iaLl ihas to suibmit to all Ior'l of.. potty aiinno3'yanllu. "Iliho Dprincipal point which w\as.l licited dlurilIg tile iinvestigation iito the cluargos imlallo i?aginslt Do.NAi.l 31',IlEl wils tlie lfct that hliu liI( to bl on duty f'romi sovun in ..tlhe .morning till tlint at night. '1TliN is certainly eiglt hours wiith it voIIglilleco Whlilo uvury right-minded maiiin will doproCaitl tll lIlianglltigu 1111 llin u of by ?'lt ilon,. itl(l uiillr n1o cirIu'sllitlanics wiis iho juHtilied ill condiuctillg himiielfl ils lie didt, still, at t1iu sHin1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

(lato of Collis itre~l)'.1 . laving comN mqed prtactico lit lBox Hill may bo consulted ilt his residencle White 1Toro lroad, lioxt police slitistn, indilby. lolrs'b of consultation: ,, / ,- . . L\LO rnllU g s ,,,. ?I,;b IO 'O ' 1,3 ,- ,; ,1 l v,., lonings , i (lto 8.,' i 1]tibtte lhbeo, tia rgcl lo Lpiiiits i led attliir ,hqmen aftor 0 p. ., l"~+, 1':\NOS TTUNE"ID ANd 1lllelAhllitD: 1,.-- GO STEVENS, t i,:.!snefpo," Vicloria Band, la?wlthor. S? (l'roiti Erdi and Collnt d and Collard.) Pianno, Orgu and llarinonumi Hop' iioilild to :` or er ri m relatird for tl.'ad.,. ti. .. lon sier s 'xpers I-ieno t t i to,,Piatno ,.trdeo will lie a itllieictnt g11aiantee that all k' 'cntriksted to his cearoe will bq caaied out in' firsta clas tmanneuo * MISS. OLEMENCE, i "' (d ldptl To1n i' el)> "r, Ii eitaialling execmteil on the Preiiiises.", S Mililntrytiat pe?inlily. *MISS KERR (it. of lobeatlsoi ? and JiflTil,' COSTU'I.M I IIII?, : 'llock, Slation Street, OaUnbetrwell. l i.h'ir: n u i inate...

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IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

IflrtrrAniT.-Ifn order to' avoid ' disnl; 'pUiIteul'l t genIIts tir eIqCtilted to send a their orders iat o1ce, if wittted before Xiiats, as tilhe LIuIsih (of bIusintiss hiatt aitready coai. tlienced att It. ITuery'c, Surrey Hills aail Jlitehitnt..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Wit and Humour. Fire letters of the alphabet will always continue faithful unto " death'" W\hen a ship weighs anchor sho prob. ably has steel yards to do it with. Tlh? waltzing pawnbroker only attends three balls during the season. A4 well-known judge came nlato to court last week, although in busy session ; Whliereant his clerk, in great surprise, in. quired of him tIh reason. "A child was born," his Honour said, " and I'm the LhappI sire.' " An infant judge ' " Oh, no," said he, "As yet lie s but a crier." What relation does the doorstep bearL to the door.mat--I1t's a step-fartlier. Size ain't everything. A watch lick. ing can be heard further thian a bed tick. llg. When is it particularly unlucky to have 1.i at table ' When you have made preparations for only 12. There is many a rule that wont work both ways. ihliskoy will produce a headache, but a headache won t produce whiskey. Why is an unruly schoolnboy lik: wheatPl--J3cenuse both would give you some chart if you attempted to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Box Hill Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

' "Box Hill Cricket Club.; ' -- :o:- -- it is a I1nll time since the he llx Hill Cricket Club appealed to the local .residents for monetary support, and as they are malking every endeavour to lmake lhognalo attractive, anld also to improvo their grunlld,'it is to be hoiped thaIt a bumpi r house ,will be the result Tixt sWdneYda~'.inighit, u7th ,Dceomber. on the occasion of the plroductioni of Tom Tay. blr's drama, " The Ticket of Leave Man." I',lo a charaeutur' to rodresent the Ierforninilce coinistin'g of eoveral' iell-ki?owin locals will at}l ilncreased intereat, to the.play, ani wlelln to lnaitileoft llrimil iMr's WV.iA Windex tire lientioned as appearing in the cast, anid the whole being under the imlliagement of tlie talented gentlollean just mentioned, It Uiiaranlte is thereby olured thalt i great treat treat Is lit store, nld it minay safely blo col. eluded that everything will be on a scale of inagnihieenoe never before approached in this listricl. A numllber of other alnate...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Flo's Frolic. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Flo's Frolic. (Continued from last wcrek.) "If it had not boon for Ap?jigo," she bognh, savagely, and took it buec. " No, I won't say that. It was I, myself, idlol-eaded, that I was ! -But Angie tiholght it iwould be sch fun, Fuln!' srto repanted conteoptliolusly. '" I wis s.ho--could have some of it. anm-as coldo as icoand as hungry.ns a bear. and Snevoere' mnad a lire in my life, T think [ could frg soine of thait ham if it was rit, but ip is nitd .; Oh, hoii Angie would laugh if she could see--bother tlleso gbiases !'" as' 'thoss unaccustdmed ajlpeldauges would wriggle down ipolt lieriloso, " I can't see anything through them anyway. Il'dake tko them off if I dared!" Slio finally compromlised' matters by shloving thllm up on her forollirl, ready for emer ecy. "Anybody can make a fire." she said to herself, reassuringly. ".You've only to put in the wood and light it with a wnatoh,", which shlto proceeded to do, loading the huge, -old-slshioned grate to the brnm with the nhiest ani...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wesleyan Church, Mitcham. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Wesloyan Church, Mitcham. _-o_ 'Ihe anlivernary of the S.unday Sehlool attached to the above church iwas celebrated lant SuIndav, The fiCv, .l. TraItlial prvIheliid inornilin and eveniilg to very good coligrl gatiolns. Oln T''usday ovellning following tlh annual hra and public lui tinigs were lihd, itt whliclh aI very large aissemiblnge witt lipreset. Mr. .J. .1. EMdgoose preided at tlhe public ineeting, ild inl his address exhorted thlu youllng people to talhui evil companiionns, anld to absatiit frl ni all vices. lie also coll gratulated thl Slunidila Slhlool oni the succes which hadl attended it during tih past year. 'Trl seicretary reral tho report, which showced thlu school to bo in a very goodl condition, both nuimrically and linancially. In his address tlh llcv. J. Trathan splokei of the picnsitre which it always gave hmli to assist nhe tle athinltii of the younlg. . Mr. ACarey gave a rcitation, "Tle last I lyin." in such nill rllicienl t ilniinlt r thiat it was ildet'IIma de...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Day. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Solmo Day. Tlhat 1Jil-looked-for, eploch-that blissful leisure' tililcn when siadowy purpo,? shall resolve, ih, aceomplisihedl certainty, wlihit an infinitiy of ' ork stantids awaiting that un detlined way I ' I foant ine 'twill never be iuflliiently pro. longed to erot:d' Into its little spael those inally.roninants. of dewy morns, and solny noontides, and starry eves, already set apart to make up that long-deferred period I Yet how lightly annd niuthinkingly is that word spokenl, ltui with what perilous pro orasthiation we use it, little deeming that for us tha p llp?"yp noyerdawn I; ,' An iaetern aphorism says, "Four things not bn ltt! 4spuukcn wvorod, the slted arrow; the }at` life, and Ilit neglected opportunity !" 'Twould be well to 'retiiemnber this when adding to that mlountaill of the iunachieved ; It first, merely a few pebbles cast aside fromn ouPr 1path, but accuIulated by time into a inighty rock, \~Vhat saddened menory that word soine tiuies roeeulls-a companuionsllhip...

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COUNCIL INTELLIGENCE. DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

COUNCIL .INTELLIGENCE. IONCAS'L'EI1 COUNCIL. MaONDAY, ')IC . i. S'Presentu Crs. "?$ellc(in cho Ohair),: Zurbog, Til'ly; WinteLur,?. (jlnidloy, tiud Lawfbrd. M ?NUTE:s. ..The iienutes of the pruvious miceet ing wuro read ardtl confilnned. CoI lllcus'lo INucus. 'lro6l thii e Ilnllocit Shiro Council, in answer to the letter received from- thu" iDoncastor Council re ico-operatlion. ori tlho nightsoil question. A collnittteo, !consisting of the President, Crs. Smith, iand cGordon,, lhad -betu appointed to, confer witl: repri dclanttives' froli.thlli council. lleferred to commlllittee ap 'pointed to deal with. F'rotcuthlo i amllou, iii: iinswer to eo li received, asking them to join in joint works inn. lti-strequtitu, 9g f!iCbring, thio?d ttlitI ihry were wtllg to b ar half thi cdst:' TVhi thtiuglit 'td l dcj 'caster Council should ,oarrY?oouttlthol wvork. They did not think the fenco on. Aitdorsoh'ttCrc'ek-road [wns wainted: Referred to Public Works Committeo, and loft intlhoir lcftids:t...

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MONT ALBERT V. ST. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

MoXT Ariulltrr v. Sr. Vi\'I.nT., These clubs met for the second time Jait Saturday, and the St. 'Viicent were 'gain victorious. The lMont Albert won the toss nod sent itheir anpponcnts to the ?wickots. The St.' Vicent mnado 51; the chief iscorers being-Irving (110), Egglesono(5), and M'Call (5). Cust took two vwickets for 11 runs; Blood, one for 1;li Fraser, lthreefor 11; and F. Leach, three for three. The Mont Albert then batted, but only managed to mnke the small total of It4.' The highest scorers were-A. , Lechl (10), Falconer (7). F. Leach (0i), and Skene (1), not out. Irving and Eggleson comnpletcly 'eclipsed, the. Mont Albert, the former taking five wickets for 1l runs, and the latter live for Ill runs. As usual the Mont Albert fielding was disgust !ing. C. J. Cuorio missed several balls at longstopi; W. Elliot was i.luite surprised when it catch camei towards hitlll, anld colle. quenmitly dropped it; he informed the ligders that '"i?d 'was ilot ready for' it." The fielders, o...

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BOROONDARA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Present: Cr. Dillon," President (iin thie clini),, lultdri.'ctr ,? ]Drnaiu, Maling, qT!Jayloi, Dat,' and Swcetnmtai. FI'rom thlle ore??ry of, the Central Ilourd. of, lctlth, stltiang .Lthatmoro hosptill acconnuiodation was required in the city and suburbIsfor enteric - diseases. Recived, Fromn th.Hov.w Council, stating that that council was willing to join in tho' ere.ction of at bracket lamp on ]urke-fband,' 'inld r1:eqesting' ,th14 ]olroondara, Council" to get the, Inmp erected. It was decided to' erect the hlmp forthwith. From John Thomas, :stating that ho latd appliedfq or- ?'?vine lig imb, and in ordler. +tq' obtahini.. sgl lie hiul.",to1 lhatvo ho'seal off tlli oun b i!l aittaulched to thuavlhiation curtiticato of his pro. porty: a Or. Brainm did not think .the matter had beeoon 'properly brought be fore tlio' cnil, ' l?ftfierraed to 'sdoid' tary to roply to From,,tla 1]).OaeCftsqair COpunil, aosgk ing co.opleaioi in ? cartryi out cer taul,worksain thovicinity ,of' Coonong Cre...

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UNION JACK V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Uxios .JACK v.. Sunlii lhIIls... The Iaboveo imatch waa played -last Satur day on theo Surrey cricket ground, aand reo suited in a win for the .Jacks by- an innings and six runs. S. Blackburn captained the Union Jacks, aipl A,' )ine acted in a similar capacity for thed HSurrey' Hills. The former haviug won the toss decided to takeothe ieldh,. The Surrey H11lls batssunn, on going in, miade a very poor show, the last wicket fallling for lI runs. W. Fletcher was the only oite who reached double figures, lie ihan. ing II) to Ilis credit when lie was bowled by h. Illackburin. After, a short interval the Union Jacks went to the wickets and batted incrrily,ý makitig 88 runs before they were all disposed of. I'. la'ilited headed the list with 28 (not out), 13. Thompson coming next with 1li to his credit. , The Sitrrey Hills then wenCt in again, and were all'put out for :IO runs, whlich, added to the total ot the hirst iniilngs, left theii six unli? behind their oplponents' score. J. Hodges ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 12 December 1890

Govenomont Advertisements. FORAGE. TrENDERS will be received until Elevenl .L o'clock n.m. on Fridtr1 etltha)ulnr next, for the supply of Fbr'a e, nt l iilia?a; i lities as may be requnired, foe. i lio-vice L the Goverunenit nat the undernientioneil nd otheir tations, ofr!m th?e 1st Inrl?l r,,_,, t. the 29th'February, l~'if. - Full details are published'.in'thq current issues of thei (,aierinmelt reiter, andil copies of the Adverti:ement may lb.ajnlaJinvOtlo. ajiplicalion at iheioiitions concerned. Printed forms of tender nll conditio l..p contract may be obt~il fromnlte SeQtnr,' Tender Board, Treasnry Melbt line,'or ofarif" the ollicer in chargo at any satiot.in,by wlholp also inforuml iipnj or; explanntion n, 1 ' JllLo' nafforded to porsons'leuderiug. Tenders, whigl-sk. d btehl? evpoen thoinjurutu" form, will be todl- red o hit e dats ,ibr, iny, or straw (the larticular, kind of hay or straw offenrod to!ho'stnted) ; bt if iall'boa is cludqd.in ont Qnder it .mn ybe nccepted. for: o...

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